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PAGE TWO The Community News, Friday, October 12, 2012

Floradale earns shutout win over Bethel in church league hockey action

FLORADALE 6 BETHEL 0 Floradale opened the game with a quick goal in the first period. Willis Martin and Ryan Martin set up Tim Martin at the blue line. Martin rifled a low slap shot that planted the puck in the back of the net. Floradale added a second goal

later in the period. Tim and Gary Martin worked the puck deep and set up Javon Martin all alone in front of the net. Martin beat the glove of netminder Kevin Shantz for the goal. Floradale added another pair of goals in the second period. Dan Martin snapped in a powerplay goal and Gary Martin

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rushed the net to slip in a low wrist shot. Assists were earned by Tim Freeman and Willis Martin. Two more goals in the third put the game away for Floradale. Ryan Martin and Ryan Weber scored the goals. Assisted by Nick Martin, Gary Martin and Javon Martin. Jason Newton turned away 19 shots for the first shut out of the season. DRAYTON 9 COMMUNITY 2 Community scored the first goal, but Drayton answered with three before the first period ended. Kevin Gingrich scored the unassisted goal for Community with a slap shot. Drayton responded with goals by Robyn Curry, Rob DeWeerd and Scott VanOostveen. Assists were earned by Mark Timmerman, Rob DeWeerd, Jerry Ro-

bous, and Rob Stevens. Drayton added a goal to start the second period. Robyn Curry and Brandon Rumph set up Jerry Robous at the top of the left face-off circle. A quick shot scored the goal in the near side corner. Despite a short bench, Drayton still added four more goals in the first half of the third period. Eric Dekkers scored one and assisted on two. DeWeerd, Timmerman and VanOostveen scored the other goals. Curry collected a pair of assists. Single assists went to Stevens, VanOostveen and Rumph. Community finally managed to break through for a goal late in the game. Kevin Gingrich and Cal Martin set up Joe Clemmer for a wrist shot into the open corner. However Drayton responded with one final goal. Rob DeWeerd finished with a break

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away goal. Assisted by Dekkers and VanOostveen. MISSIONARY 4 LISTOWEL 3 Missionary scored two goals late in the first period to set up the lead. Bryan Deen and Ryan Roth created a scramble at the net and Tom Chambers finished the play with the goal. With only a second left on the clock, Scott Vandenberg set up Paul Vandenberg for a shot off the inside of the farside post for the second Missionary goal. Listowel responded with a goal to start the second period. Max Brubacher set up Trevor Streicher who sent a shot over the blocker to edge back into the game. Listowel tied the game midway through the period with a two-on-one rush. Max Brubacher carried the puck deep and feathered a pass to Trevor Streicher. Streicher tipped the puck through the five hole to even the score. Missionary regained the lead in the final seconds of the second period. Curtis Bults worked his way through the crowd and slipped a pass to Paul Vandenberg along the right side. Vandenberg sent the puck into the webbing with a quick wrist shot.

Missionary padded their lead with a powerplay goal in the third period. Ryan Roth picked up a rebound and sent the puck into the top corner. Assisted by Dave Scholten and Tom Chambers. Listowel came back to stay in the game. Matt Shantz sent the puck to Jay Miller skating down the left boards. Miller hit the face-off circle and blasted a low slap shot into the net. Although Listowel pushed for the tie, Missionary held them back to claim the victory. MISSIONARY 3 COMMUNITY 2 The scoring didn’t begin in this game until midway through the second period. Then it was Missionary who struck for the opening goal. Bryan Deen sent Curtis Bults away with the puck. Bults feathered a tidy pass across to Tom Chambers who flipped the puck underneath the crossbar. Community tied the game shortly after. Trent Lutz fired a shot on net and Nick Stevens tipped the puck past the netminder to tie the game. Missionary regained the lead early in the third. Curtis Bults stepped into a loose puck, Continued on next page

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SaturDAY, OCTOBER 13 Firemans Pancake Breakfast, 7:00am-11:00am Public Skating, 1:00pm-2:50pm (Sponsored by CIM) Open ice available from 3:00-5:50pm, call arena for details. Mapleton 81’s vs. Shelbourne Muskie, 6:30pm SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14 Open ice available from 12:00-1:50pm, call arena for details. Bantams vs. Listowel AE, 4:15pm Public Skating, 6:30pm-8:20pm MonDAY, OCTOBER 15 Northern District Church League, 8:00pm wednesDAY, OCTOBER 17 Parent and Tot Skating, 11:00am-12:00pm Adult Skating, 12:00pm-1:00pm ThursDAY, OCTOBER 18 Parent and Tot Skating, 11:00am-12:00pm Adult Skating, 12:00pm-1:00pm United Church Turkey Supper, 5:00pm

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