Tuesday the St. Chris boys hockey
team played its first of four round
The St. Chris squad
played a valiant game despite being
short 3 of its starting forwards who
had not yet returned from their
March break holiday.
St. Chris played last years
bronze medal game winning team (St.
Thomas Aquinas Oakville). The
Cyclones lost 4-1 but the score was
not indicative of the game. St.
Chris had many scoring chances but
could not finish. The score was 3-1
throughout the third period with St.
Chris hitting a post at the 8 minute
mark, that if it had gone in would
have made it 3-2 and would have made
for a nail biter finish. Instead
with 3.5 minutes remaining in the
game, St. Thomas hit the inside of
the St. Chris post that went in
making the final 4-1.
Wednesday, the St. Chris team had
its full squad as the 3 forwards
that missed Tuesday's game joined
the team for St. Chris' second game.
The Cyclone's dominated defeating
Queen Elizabeth SS (from Sioux
Lookout, ON) by a score of 11-1.
Key Cyclone players in the game
1. The 3 forwards that joined the
team; Brandon Moore, Jeff Schroeter
& Keegan Brandon. Brandon Moore set
a boys OFSAA record by scoring a
natural hat trick within the first 5
minutes of the game to put the
Cyclones up 3-0 very early in the
2. Nic Sproviero had 5 points (2
goals, 3 assists);
3. Team captain Pietro Restivo
was a natural set-up man, leading
the team with 4 assists;
4. Pat Brennan (Cyclones goalie)
was tested throughout the game and
made some key saves preventing Queen
Elizabeth from establishing any
5. Pat Brennan had four
incredible defensemen in front of
him; each of them logging alot of
minutes to secure the 11-1 victory.
They are Randy Harding, Mat Cimetta,
Tom Flamminio & Tom Moxley.
It was a great team effort for a
St. Christopher vs
Halliburton Highlands Secondary
In the second game of the day they
won 4 - 1 against Halliburton
Highlands Secondary School.
After the first period of play the
Cyclones went up 2 - 0 with Thomas
Flamminio from Jeff Schroeter
scoring the first goal and Jeff
Schroeter scored the second goal on
a powerplay. Pietro Restivo
and Nicholas Sproviero assisted on
the powerplay goal.
In the second St. Christopher went
up 3 - 0 after Brandon Moore scored
assisted by Ben Morrison and
Halliburton answered back in the
second and the period ended with St.
Christopher leading 3 - 1.
The final goal was scored in the
third period with Jeff Schroeter
earning his 3rd point of the game
(2G, 1A). Assisting on the
goal were Pietro Restivo and Thomas