Lambton Shores Regional Silver Stick Finalists, News (Mitchell Minor Hockey)

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U15 LL - Lambton Shores Regional Silver Stick Finalists
Submitted By Samantha McCann on Fri 12 03, 21
November 26-28th the Mitchell Scotiabank U15 LL attended the Lambton Shores Regional Silver Stick tournament in Forest & Thedford.
   

Friday started off in Thedford @ 1:20pm matching up against Lambton Shores Predators.  First period started off strong with Max Hannon & Colby Ryan scoring. Lambton shores got on the bord with just under a minute left in the first ending the first period  2-1 Mitchell.  The second period Mitchell would dominate the period with goals coming from Griffin Bree &  Ryan Klumper.  Mitchell would come on strong again for the third, with Logan Verberne & Cohen Ahrens hitting the back of the net. A final goal from Lambton would end the game with Mitchell winning 6-2.  Assists were logged by Jackson Kaufman (2) Cameron Schoonderwoerd (2) with singles from Elijah Bender, Logan Verberne & Rogan Catalan.

Second game Friday @ 5:20pm against Petrolia Oilers.  To say the first period was fast would be an understatement with a total of 7 goals to be had.  2 coming from Petrolia and Mitchell sinking 5 solid goals.  Goal scorers from Mitchell include Colby Ryan, Cameron Schoonderwoerd, Elijah Bender, and 2 from Logan Verberne.  Ryan Klumper, Jonah Gibbings & Brody Schoonderwoerd would keep the ball rolling adding goals in the second as well as Petrolia finding the net once in the second.  The third period seemed to slow down with Cohen Ahrens adding the final goal of the night leaving the final score 10-3. Assists from Max Hannon (2), Griffin Bree (2)Colby Ryan (2), Ryan Klumper (2), Tyler Scherbarth, Jackson Kaufman, Ryan Klumper, Bradley Dearing, Jonah Gibbings.

Game 3 would begin Saturday morning @ 11:30am in Thedford against Sarnia Black.
Sarnia would start the period off sinking the first goal, but Mitchell pushed back 16 seconds later with an awesome backhanded goal from Max Hannon .  Bradley Dearing would fire a shot in from the blue line along with Tyler adding a wicked backhanded shot from the corner. The Second period would see 2 more goals from Sarnia along with 2 goals from Ryan Klumper and a breakaway goal from Colby Ryan.
The third was just as entertaining as the rest of the periods, Sarnia again would open the period with their last goal of the game.  Colby Ryan sunk another shot and Ryan Klumper would add another Hat trick to his belt with a final score of 8-4. Assists from Cameron Schoonderwoerd (2), Rogan Catalan, Ryan Klumper, Jackson Kaufman, Colby Ryan, Bradley Dearing & Cohen Ahrens

Game 4 @ 4pm in Thedford against St.Marys Rock.  Period 1 would see 1 single goal coming from Rogan Catalan with a nice pass from behind the net from Max Hannon.  The second was a bit faster with Cohen Ahrens adding the 2nd goal, Ryan Klumper the 3rd and Ryan Klumper again, shorthanded adding the 4th goal.  St Mary’s was determined to fight back, adding 2 goals in the third. Rogan Catalan brought the heat in the third claiming 2 goals making it a hat trick day for Mitchell.  Final score 6-2, buying Mitchell a straight shot to the semis!! Assists from Griffin Bree (2) & Brody Schoonderwoerd

Semifinals facing up against Lambton Shores again, on Sunday @ 11:30am in Forest.  The game would remain scoreless until Lambton scored 5 mins into the second, and Colby Ryan would tie the game 5 minutes later. With Lambton slowing down in the 3rd Ryan Klumper put on away, followed by Elijah Bender breaking down the ice for the security goal.  Finally Tyler Scherbarth with a howitzer would end us off with the final goal and a win of 4-1, Assists from Elijah Bender & Jonah Gibbings.   Now onto the finals!   

Mitchell will battle against Lambeth at 4:30pm Sunday for the final game.  
Lambeth got on the board early and never looked back. Mitchell’s lone goal from Jonah Gibbings from Brody Schoonderwoerd and Ryan Klumper broke Lambeth’s shutout. But it was too little too late.. as Lambeth took the title with a 5-1 victory.
It is hard to loose in the finals but it is a hell of an accomplishment to make it there.  Aedan McCann and Keagan Meinen stood strong in goal with save after save . It took a lot of amazing teamwork by everyone to claim the “Finalist” title and a well-deserved Silver metal.  Congratulations Team. 
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