Midget BB Stars open minor hockey season with a win

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The Napanee Windoorman Midget BB Stars started off their season with a 6-2 win facing Tweed.  John Hearns put them on the board early in the first. Mason Barker and Josh Reid made it 3-0, before Tweed got one back late in the first. Hearns put the game out of reach in the second, and Reid and Quinton Pierce closed out the scoring.

-The Calderwood Automation Bantams got another single point tying Douro 4-4 on Saturday at the SPC. The locals received goals from Will Myers, Jack Osborne, Zered Haller, and Jacob Wood.

-The Peewee BBs earned three of four points as they defeated Douro 6-2, and tied Bancroft 5-5. Down by four in Bancroft after one period, Dylan Kemp and Tie Wood started the comeback in the second. Mason Goodfellow, Kohen Cutler, and Kemp completed the scoring in the third.  Sunday in Douro, Kemp earned a hat trick, while Sam McCaw, Wood, and Cutler chipped in singles.

-Saturday, the Atom BBs went to double digits to win 10-3 over Otonabee in Keene.  Colton Lockridge and Brock Alaver each netted two, while Peyton Brooks, Brayden Hartwick and William Babcock tallied singles. Cooper Seaton had a hat trick. Sunday at home, the locals gave up two goals before Seaton got the first of two, set up by Ben Kerr. With 1:03 left in the game, Seaton added his unassisted tally, but it ended 6-2 for Campbellford.

-The Napanee Canadian Tire Peewee AEs had a win, tie, and loss in their busy weekend. Friday, Nate Vanberkel had their lone goal in a 9-1 loss in Bancroft.  Saturday in Wellington, they came out strong to win 3-2 over the County. Drew Osborne, Lucas Asselstine, and Ethan Kouri tallied. Sunday, they matched Brighton 4-4. Kouri got the first of two, going high, glove side in the first. His second came midway in the first on a 2-on-1 with Jacob Cox. Then down 4-2, Asselstine scored from Kouri on the power-play before getting his second to secure the 4-4 tie.

-The Atom AEs travelled to Amherstview where they lost 7-0 to Loyalist.  Sunday, hosting Lakefield, they were outscored 12-3. Caleb Scrimshaw, Jacob Lyons, and Jadon McNamee scored for the locals.

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