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JUNIOR HOCKEY GAMES SATURDAY

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C-B-R Renegades defeated Northeast Eagles 6-3 in St. John’s Junior Hockey play Saturday night.

Dominic Nugent led the winners with two goals and singles came from Nick Greene, Nathan Tucker, Ryan Smith and Evan Bennett had singles.

Stephen Kennedy, Tyler Anthony and Ryan Kelly scored for the losers. 

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Brady George and Jesse Putt scored twice each as hr Breakers downed the Avalon Capitals 6-2.  Cameron Forward and Donovan Warren added singles. Stephen Baldwin and Jared Lush scored for the Capitals.

 

 

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St. John’s Caps scored four first period goals on to a 7-3 win over Paradise Warriors. Michael Williams netted two goals with singles from Kyle McGrath, Dylan MacKenzie, Khristopher Thomas, Joey Walsh and Jacob Hann.  Cameron Hemeon, Jacob Penney and Nicholas Williams replied for the Warriors.

 

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First place Mount Pearl Blades won their seventh game of the season on Friday night beating Southern Shore Breakers 3-1. Mount Pearl have seven wins no losses and one overtime loss on the season. THe Shore have a 3-5 record. 

Adam Nolan, Andrew Kennedy and Mitchell McGrath scored for the Blades, Kieran O’Driscoll replied for Southern Shore. 

It went to overtime and Trinity Placentia Flyers edged CBN Stars 5-4.

Justin Edison scored the game winning goal at 2:09 of the overtime session. Joseph Toope, Liam Shea, Lyndon Thorne and Ryan Hillier also scored for the winners.

Ryan Williams netted two goals for the Stars and singles came from Cameron Simms and Luke Akerman. 

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