Midget Stars pad their first place lead with pair of wins

Hudson Conger of the Novice BB Stars (left) battles a pair of Stirling Blues players for puck control. Photo by Adam Prudhomme.

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The Napanee Midget Stars continue to lead the Eastern Ontario League standings, adding four more wins to their record this week. Friday in Campbellford, they controlled their hosts 7-2 in a penalty-filled contest, in which goalie Emerson Kennelly gained the win.  Sunday, in Wellington, facing the County team, they earned an 8-0 shutout- the third time they’d defeated PEC in eight days.  Hosting Douro, they played well to top their visitors 6-4.  Kyle Garrett and Oronhyathe Green each had a pair, while Corbin Gibson and Ryan Kirkpatrick contributed singles. Goaltender Murray Craig earned the win.

-The Joyce’s Meat&Deli Atom Stars also remain at the top of the heap in their division, with a perfect record in league play following their 17-1 win over Centre Hastings in Madoc, and a 12-0 shutout on the road in Brighton.

-The Napanee Exit Realty Acceleration Bantam boys were full marks for their 2-0 blanking of Gananoque Sunday night on the road. The Exit Realty squad are in second place in their league, with Tweed close behind.

-The Atom AE squad hosted Tweed on Sunday falling 6-1 to their guests. The lone goal was scored by Brock Boutilier, assisted by Peyton Brooks.  Carter Cork was busy between the posts.

-The Peewee AEs were also roughed up 5-2 by Brighton Saturday afternoon.  Carter Slaven got them on the scoreboard, with a goal and assist. Jacob Cox chipped in a tally as well, while goaltender Ben Buxton worked hard to keep it close.

-The Napanee Novice team faced Stirling at the SPC on Sunday, losing 4-2.  Keagan York scored twice and Mason Whalen and Liam Mulder had assists. Ethan Sabramsky-Nichol patrolled between the posts.

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