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Midget/Juvenile house league scores
andrew brethauer December 6th, 2011

Sarnia, ON - Sarnia House League hockey action from Sunday night featured the Midget and Juvenile divisions in four games.

Tim Horton's 5 vs All Seasons Trophies 7 - Midget

Seven goals were scored in the first period, as All Seasons Trophies went on to a 7-4 victory over Tim Horton's. Matt Laird scored a hat-trick, with two goals in the first period and one in the third, while Austin Casidy, Jake Vanderveer, Matt Hachey and Chris Maitland each had single goals, while MaCauley Clegg got the victory for All Seasons Trophies.

For Tim Horton's Jeong and Lever each picked up a goal and assist, while Fawdry and Szewzak each had single goals and Hughes picked up two assists for Tim Horton's in the loss.

Southwest Credit 6 vs Progressive Auto 13 - Midget

Progressive Auto doubled up on Southwest Credit 13-6, as Jonathan Ross picked up three goals and two assists in the victory. Scott Petrocco scored twice, while Luke Westelaken picked up a hat-trick and an assist as well. Patrick Lange and Kurtis Bronzi each had goals to round out the scoring.

Christien Coles picked up four goals and an assist in the loss for Southwest Credit, while Dylon Caron and Darien Gray-Chappelle scored single goals in the loss.

 Ledher 5 vs Kelgor 7 - Juvenile

Dat Laird and Chris Pamenter each had two goals, as Kelgor edges out Ledher 7-5 with four, third period goals. Aaron Dunn, Dylan Musico, Bradley Columbus, Mack Young and Marco Descentas each had goals for Ledher in the loss.

Lakehsore Optimists 8 vs Sarnia Kiwanis 7 - Juvenile

Lakeshore Optimists scored five third period goals to edge out Sarnia Kiwanis 8-7. Nick Mathaeo scored twice for the Kiwanis, while Jackson Travis also picked up two goals in the victory. Jadon Harrison had three goals for Sarnia Kiwanis, while Tim Leighton, Dylan Lacroix and Colton Bond each had single goals in the loss. 




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