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Mojacks move within two points of Lakefield Chiefs

 

November 17, 2017

 

By Tyler Revoy

 

The Lakefield Chiefs have made a number of moves over the past week to help bolster their lineup early in the season.

The Chiefs traded forward Adam Meijer to the Ancaster Avalanche of the GOJHL for cash considerations. Meijer acquired earlier in the summer from Ancaster returns to his former team, because of the drop down rule, allowing junior c teams to have only 4 players on their roster that have played higher level of hockey. Meijer had 12 points in 16 games with the Chiefs.

 

Lakefield has made a trade with the Cobourg Cougars to bring in 6 foot 3 forward Matt Carroll for the season. Carroll was a big part of the team that won the RBC cup last year. Carroll hasn’t suited up in a game yet this year but will make his Lakefield debut Friday night in Georgina.

 

The Chiefs are also excited to announce defenceman Mitch Ogilvie has committed to return to Lakefield for the rest of the season. Ogilvie who finished his first season with the Guelph Gryphons field lacrosse team will join Lakefield in the next couple weeks. Mitch was the Chiefs Defenceman of the Year last season.

 

The Lakefield Chiefs, sponsored by Hendren Funeral Homes, defeated the Georgina Ice 5-1 Friday night.

Matt McIntyre torched his former team scoring twice and adding an assist, also scoring for Lakefield was Dustyn Birkhof, Evan Marlowe and Jeff Hawthorne.

 

Tarren Jank and Aaron Vatcher had 2 assists each, Jacob Bennett, Evan Durant, Kevin Smith and Hawthorne had singles.

Nic Mutton made 21 saves for the win.

 

Nick Thomakos scores for Georgina.

 

Jacob Lebel made 35 saves in the loss.

 

The Lakefield Chiefs, sponsored by Hendren Funeral Homes, ran their winning streak to three games Sunday night defeating the Clarington Eagles 8-3.

 

Matt McIntyre continued to pace the Chiefs offence scoring his first career hattrick and adding 2 assists. Jeff Hawthorne had 2 goals and 3 assists, with the other member of that line Aaron Vatcher chipping in with a goal and 3 assists. Also scoring were Tarren Jank and Zac Treen.

 

Cole Ellis, Ethan McDougall, Evan Marlowe, Carson Hartwick, Matt Carroll, and Cole Robbins added single assists.

Michael Christie made 21 saves for the win.

 

The Lakefield Hendren Funeral Home Chiefs were doubled up 6-3 by the Port Perry Mojacks on Tuesday night at the Lakefield-Smith Community Centre.

 

The win moves the Mojacks within two points of the Chiefs for first place in the PJHL East Orr Division, with Port Perry holding a game in hand.

 

The game was fairly even up until the last half of the third period when the Mojacks ran away with it on three unanswered goals, including an empty-netter.

 

Lakefield even outshot the visitors 34-32.

 

Michael Christie stopped 26 shots in the loss.

 

Aaron Vatcher, Matthew McIntyre and Carson Hartwick scored the Chiefs goals.

 

Cole Robbins had two assists. Tarren Jank and Evan Marlowe had single assists.

 

The Chiefs (14-4-1-1) host the winless Little Britain Merchants (0-15-1-0) next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Lakefield-Smith Community Centre.

 

 

 

 

Lakefield Ladies Hockey League

Pictured above is this week's featured team from the Lakefield Ladies Hockey League, Pizza Hut.

Leauge results for October 29

 

CLASSY COMMODE – 1 Jacklyn Ruttle 1  PETERBOROUGH APPLIANCES – 1 Cally Lanridge 1, assists to Lauren Davis 1, Marilyn Strain 1  RANDY GILLINGHAM HEATING & COOLING – 5 Kim Sanderson 2, Paige Dunford 1, Julie Mather 1, Leighann Wheeler 1, assists to Paige Dunford 3, Brenda Donnlley 2, Jen Campbell 1, Andrea Dunford 1  PAUL MOHER REMAX – 2 Erin Maskins 1, Sarah Syvertson 1, assists to Jody Harris 1, Austyn Reichelt 1, Sarah Syvertson 1, Laura Wood 1  GIANT TIGER – 6 Kristi Doyle 4, Marylynne Gallagher 1, Margo Hudson 1, assists to Monique Gatt 2, Shirley Turner 2, Tamara Bick 1, Lise Darcy 1, Marylynne Gallagher 1, Margo Hudson 1  RUTTLE GROUP – 0  Shutout goes to Kelsey McHolme  TERRYS GAS & VARIETY - 3 Trudie Hall 1, Alison Harvey 1, Milly Rose 1, assists to Karen Heysel 2, Melissa Dunford 1, Yvonne Leicht 1  VILLAGE PETFOOD & SUPPLY - 0  Shutout goes to Rose Larmer

 

RESULTS From November 5

 

VILLAGE PET FOOD & SUPPLY – 2 Denise Fuzesi 1, Deanna Vandenbroek 1, assists to Tanya Thonbury 1, Danika Wentzel 1  PIZZA HUT – 1 Christie Lee 1, assist to Karen O’Brien 1  GIANT TIGER – 0  TERRY’S GAS & VARIETY – 0  Shutouts to both goalies, Michelle Barager & Heather Landry  SALON SORELLA – 2 Mandy Cole 1, Char Sumbler 1, assist to Mandy Cole 1  RANDY GILLINGHAM HEATING & COOLING – 1 Mary Osinga 1  PAUL MOHER REMAX – 6 Austyn Reichelt 4, Sarah Syvertson 2, assists to Allison Wood 2, Alicia McGriskin 1, Danielle Walsh 1, Paige Williams 1, Penny Wilson 1  CLASSY COMMODE – 2 Jacklyn Ruttle 2, assists to Tamara Lightbody 2, Neila Curtin 1.

 

 

 

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