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Cougars start November with two wins

The Vankleek Hill Cougars had a good start to their November schedule of games.

The Cougars crowned the Bytown Royals 6-4 at the end of a road match November 1, which included a hat trick from Jonathan Lacroix. Scoring solo points for Vankleek Hill were Nicolas Castonguay, Justin Chaumont, and Samuel Lemay.

Assisting on the goals for Vankleek Hill were Castonguay, Trystan Lavoie, Keean McEachern, and Christophe Quann. Frederick Durocher-Bourdon guarded the Cougars’ net.

Scoring points for Bytown were Samuel Constantineau, Nick Dempster, Nicolas Loyer, and Samuel Paquette. Goal assists came from Constantineau and Andrew Franzese. Zachary Bourassas was in the net.

The Cougars beat Saint-Isidore 7-4 in a Saturday night home game, with single goals shooting into the opposition net from Nicolas Castonguay, Vincent Huneault, Trystan Lavoie, Jonathan Leblanc, Zacharie Leblanc, Samuel Lemay, and Keean McEachern. Assisting on the goals were Lavoie and the two Leblanc’s, along with Nikolas Ayotte, Zack Labbé, and Jonathan Lacroix, with Durocher-Bourdon again guarding the net.

Scoring for Saint-Isidore were Kevin Howson with two goals and Frédérik Laflèche and Alexis Leclerc with single goals each. Goal assists came from Jacob Lamoureux, Bruno Leclerc, Xavier Leclerc, Patrick Ranger, and Ryan Wells. Irving Dawson was in the net.

Next games for the Cougars are November 8 in Metcalfe against the Jets and at home the next night against the West Carleton Inferno.

Clarence Creek

The Castors had to settle for one win and one tie for the start of their November hockey schedule.

The Castors grounded the Metcalfe Jets 7-3 in their November 1 road game in Metcalfe, with Samuel Gaudet and Jacob Servant each scoring two goals apiece. Tossing in single points for Clarence Creek were Byron Gagne-Lavictoire, Brandon Legare, and Zachary Payer.

Assisting on the goals were Gaudet, Legare, Servant, Garrett Dearborn, Nicholas Gaumont, Cameron Leduc, Nathan Melée, and Gabriel Rouselle. Ryan Zammit guarded the net.

Scoring single points for Metcalfe were James Horvath, Alexander MacNeil, and Chris Martin. Assisting on the goals were Horvath, Rocco Barresi, Colin Foubert, Cameron Gallant, and Payton Melvin. Josh Legault was in the net.

Sunday night at the Saint-Isidore Arena saw the game between Saint-Isidore and Clarence Creek finish with a five-all tie. Nathan Melée popped in a pair of goals for Clarence. Scoring singles were Austin Laprade, Brandon Legare, and Jacob Servant. Goal assists came from Legare, Servant, Dominik Bourgeois, Samuel Gaudet, Nicholas Gaumond, and Gabriel Rouselle. Andrew Larivière guarded the Castors’ net.

Saint-Isidore’s Jakob Brunette fired in a pair of goals for the home team, with single points tallied by Mathieu Grandmont, Kevin Howson, and Jacob Lamoureux. Assisting on the goals were Brunette, Howson, Jeremy Arbour, Philippe Burden, and Alexis Leclerc, with Joshua Ivanski guarding the net.

Next games for the Castors are November 8 in Ottawa against the Bytown Royals, and then home Sunday afternoon versus the Gatineau Hull-Volant.

Saint-Isidore

Saint-Isidore finished the start of its November schedule of games with a five-all tie with Clarence Creek, Sunday night at the Saint-Isidore Arena.

The first weekend of November began for Saint-Isidore with a 7-4 loss to the Vankleek Hill Cougars, Saturday night at the Vankleek Hill Arena. Scoring for Saint-Isidore were Kevin Howson with two goals and Frédérik Laflèche and Alexis Leclerc with single goals each. Goal assists came from Jacob Lamoureux, Bruno Leclerc, Xavier Leclerc, Patrick Ranger, and Ryan Wells. Irving Dawson was in the net.

Scoring single points for the Cougars were Nicolas Castonguay, Vincent Huneault, Trystan Lavoie, Jonathan Leblanc, Zacharie Leblanc, Samuel Lemay, and Keean McEachern. Assisting on the goals were Lavoie and the two Leblancs, along with Nikolas Ayotte, Zack Labbé, and Jonathan Lacroix, with Durocher-Bourdon guarding the net.

Sunday night at the Saint-Isidore Arena found Saint-Isidore and Clarence Creek settling for a tie game at five points each. Saint-Isidore’s Jakob Brunette fired in a pair of goals for the home team, with single points tallied by Mathieu Grandmont, Kevin Howson, and Jacob Lamoureux. Assisting on the goals were Brunette, Howson, Jeremy Arbour, Philippe Burden, and Alexis Leclerc, with Joshua Ivanski guarding the net.

Nathan Melée popped in a pair for goals for Clarence. Scoring singles were Austin Laprade, Brandon Legare, and Jacob Servant. Goal assists came from Legare, Servant, Dominik Bourgeois, Samuel Gaudet, Nicholas Gaumond, and Gabriel Rouselle. Andrew Larivière guarded the Castors’ net.

Next games for Saint-Isidore are November 8 in Gatineau against the Hull-Volant, then home Sunday to host the North Dundas Rockets.