The U15 Napanee Stars had a solid weekend with two wins in Eastern Ontario action. Saturday, they prevailed 11-2 over Tweed in an edgy contest. Falling behind early, Brock Alaver got the first of three with a shot from the left circle. Alaver tipped Oliver Kimmett’s point shot on a smooth play. Callen Wilson had another skilled performance with four goals. Others contributing goals were Keegan York, Quinn McConnell, Zac Wilde, and Liam Mulder. The Stars outshot their guests 35-20. Carter Cork was between the posts for the win.
On Sunday in Ennismore, they shut out Ennismore15D’s by a 15-0 score. Colton Lockridge and Wes Davey each had hat tricks while Jacob Lyons, Liam Mulder, Brock Boutilier, DeClan McGarvey, McConnell, York, Wilson, and Alaver (2) also found the scoreboard. Bauer Desveaux earned the shutout.
The U18 D & D Electrocraft Napanee put in a solid effort at home facing Ennismore U18’s to win 5-2 on Saturday. After a momentary lapse in the first when they allowed a goal, Carter Slaven put away a rebound on Blake Wood’s point shot. Later in the second period, Wood found Owen Kish near centre, who fed Jayden Holden on a 2-on-1 to bury the disc. Holden would add another early in the third, and Zered Haller and Kohen Cutler would round out the scoring. Goalie Aiden Vallier got the win in a game that favoured the locals in shots 36-19.
The U13 Goodyear Napanee Stars travelled to a South Muskoka tournament played in Gravenhurst/Bracebridge. Friday they tied Brock 4-4, but Saturday they lost 2-0 to Petrolia, 3-2 to Elmhurst, and 7-2 to Huntsville.
The U11B Cpk Interior Products Napanee Stars defeated Frontenac U11’s by a 6-2 score on Sunday. Hunter O’Hoski scored in each of the first two frames. Henry Boyles would get the winner five minutes into the second, and Hunter Armstrong, Ian Fairbairn, and Ben Kairelle rounded out the scoring.
Earlier in the week, in Brighton, they steamrolled over their hosts 9-3. Leading the scoring were O’Hoski (4) and Boyles (3).
The U18D Napanee Stars hosted Norwood on Sunday. They started strong with Jaxon Knowles giving them an early lead, but it ended 9-1 for their guests, the Hornets.