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October 05, 2018



Lakefield Chiefs continue winning streak


The Lakefield Chiefs continued their winning ways Saturday night defeating the Picton Pirates 5-1. Zac Treen has four goals and an assist for his second consecutive five point game. Dawson Turcott had the other goal. Tarren Jank and James Allen each had two assists with singles to Ryan Shaughnessy and Cole Ellis. Michael Christie made 21 saves for the win.


The Lakefield Chiefs hammered the Clarington Eagles 7-0 on Tuesday night. Jeff Hawthorne led the charge up front with three goals, Zac Treen had two goals, Ryan Shaughnessy scored his first junior c goal, and Dalton Smith also scored. Jesse Merrill has three assists, Jordan MacLean, Smith, Evan Marlowe, Tarren Jank, and Ethan Young had single assists. Michael Christie made 35 saves for his first shutout of the season.


Next action is Saturday night when they take on Campbellford in Warkworth at 7:30.





Jake Exton fights back to place in the top five over the weekend

Exton finishes racing season third overall



Jake Exton went into the season finale at Mont Tremblant on a high after his win at Mosport. Starting third on Saturday Exton ran as high as second for the majority of the race, unfortunately a stop and go black flag penalty was issued four laps from the end of the race dropping him to 12. Upon rejoining the pack he drove the race of his life in those four laps and finished an amazing 5th.


The damage had been done by the black flag, but post race proved to a furious Exton that it had been deemed a racing incident and no penalty should have been given,  unfortunately the decision did not change the result.


Sunday broke with a bang, highly motivated to prove himself, Jake put his car (the oldest in the series) on pole by breaking the lap record at Mont Tremblant. Having lost third place in the championship on Saturday he proved his ability and raced from green flag to chequered flag leading every single lap, promoting himself back to third overall in the championship.


A fantastic end to the season, Exton thanked both main sponsors Alf Bowser Contracting and Bob Hunter for their support during the year, stating he would not have been able to finish the season without their commitment. With the season over a series of firsts for an Ontario Driver, the first to win a race, the first to get a pole position (2) the winner of the 50th race in the series, the first Ontario driver to win a race in Quebec and finally the first Ontario driver to  finish on the season podium (third overall).



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