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Lambton Minor Peewee AAA Tournament Champs in Niagara

Tuesday december 2, 2014

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The Lambton Jr. Sting Minor Peewee AAA team participated and won the Niagara Jr. Purple Eagles Thanksgiving Tournament over the weekend. The team went undefeated in round robin play out scoring their opponents 18-4 before winning the championship game 4-1.

The Jr. Sting opened the tournament with a 7-0 thumping of the Rochester Jr. Americans. Nate Highfield opened the scoring 5:09 into the first period from winger Andrew Lemieux. Jake MacLean would score Lambton's second goal 5 minutes later on the power play from Aiden James and Highfield. Nicholas Medeiros would close out the period with a goal of his own from defensemen Connor Nesbitt. Carson Peer would continue the onslaught in the second with a goal from Highfield. The third period was all Lambton with Highfield's second goal of the game from Carter Viglasky and Peer. Ryan Whelpley would also get on the scoresheet with a goal from Bradyn Santavy while Ryder "Deuce" Nienhuis would finish things out from Wesley Brooks and Lemieux. Blake Foster was strong between the pipes earning his first shutout of the season.

Game 2 saw the Jr. Sting facing off against the Webster Cyclones. In this tightly played contest, the Jr. Sting played to a 3-3 tie. Scoring for Lambton were Highfield from Madeleine Godfrey, Viglasky from Brooks and Lemieux and Highfield unassisted. Odin Hessel was solid in net for the tie.

Once again, Lambton came out flying versus the host Niagara Jr. Purple Eagles team taking them 7-1. Nienhuis would get Lambton on the board from Lemieux and Medeiros while just 11 seconds later Peer would score from Highfield and Viglasky. The Jr. Sting would dominate the second period scoring 4 unanswered goals. Medeiros would put Lambton up 3-1 from Lemieux and Santavy would follow that up with an unassisted goal of his own. Round out the period were goals from James from Whelpley and Peer from Highfield and MacLean.

The Jr. Sting would put the final nail in the coffin in the third scoring 2 more goals from Highfield (Peer) and Medeiros (Nienhuis and MacLean). Hessel made a couple of key saves throughout the game to earn the win.

In the Championship game, Lambton faced off against the Webster Cyclones once again. Unlike their fist contest, the Jr. Sting were ready for their opponents and dominated the game from beginning to end. James would open the scoring early I the first from MacLean and Santavy would put Lambton up 2-0 before the end of the period. Nienhuis would put the Jr. Sting up 3-1 late in the second from Medeiros and MacLean. Nienhuis would put the game away midway through the third form line mates Medeiros and Lemieux. Foster was stellar between the pipes earning his second win of the tournament.

Team members are : Derek "Tugger" Esselment, Bradyn "Conway" Santavy, Andrew "Coach" Lemieux, Wesley "Seabiscuit" Brooks, Connor "Red Fury" Nesbitt, Nate "The Guilty One" Highfield, Madeleine "Angry Barbie" Godfrey, Odin "Thor" Hessel, Blake "Fozzy" Foster, Matthew "Shin Pad" Moore, Ryan "Donair" Whelpley, Jake "Colgate" MacLean, Carter "APB" Viglasky, Carson "Bar Down" Peer, Nicholas "Gypsum" Medeiros and Aidan "The Pizza Guy" James.





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