ALL East Game Recaps - Week Ten

by Gary Groob

ALL East Game Recaps -  Week Ten

Saturday Afternoon 

Paris RiverWolves 8 vs. Peterborough Timbermen 10

Millbrook Arena in Peterborough, Ontario 

The Peterborough Timbermen are winless no more in the 2022-2023 ALL season.  Special teams was the order of the day with the Timbermen scoring three power-play goals, as well as three shorthanded goals en route to a 10-8 victory.   Paris also had their special teams play a part scoring four power-play goals as well as two shorthanded. 

Riley Curtis (2g,3a), Justin Bragg (1g,3a), and Cole Hanrahan (2g,0a) led the way for the Timbermen.  Ethan Woods was superb in goal.

The RiverWolves were led by Josh Rex (3g,1a), Nolan Rutty (1g,2a), Alex Kew (1g,2a), Brendan Graham (2g,0a), and Noah Simonelli (1g,1a).  Chase Cosgrove in net played a big part in keeping this game close.

The Three Stars:

1. Ethan Woods (Peterborough)
2. Chase Cosgrove (Paris)
3. Justin Bragg (Peterborough)

Saturday Evening 

Whitby Steelhawks 17 vs. Toronto Monarchs 19 

Toronto Rock Athletic Centre in Oakville, Ontario 

It looked like Whitby was going to run away with this game jumping out to a 7-1 lead just minutes into the second quarter.  Toronto got on track near the end of the half with 2 goals, and continued the momentum into the third quarter.  Parker Pipher's natural hat-trick during the third quarter tied the game, setting the stage for an epic fourth quarter.  Six times the game was tied until the Monarchs finally pulled ahead for good in the last two minutes of the game.

Parker Pipher (6g,6a), Henry Follows (3g, 4a),  Dan Williams (4g,2a), and Patrick Corbett (3g,1a) led the scoring for Toronto.  Tanner Buck (2g,7a), and Joel Taylor (1g,6a) were the playmakers. 

Tyler Goodchild (5g,2a), Trent Boyd (2g,4a), Liam Osbourne (2g,4a), and Jeff Fernandes (2g,2a) led the way for Whitby, with Devin Pipher (1g,7a), and Dylan Goddard (1g,4a) as the playmakers.  

The Three Stars:

1. Parker Pipher (Toronto)
2. Tyler Goodchild (Whitby)
3. Tanner Buck (Toronto)

Sunday Afternoon at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena

Early Game 

Oshawa Outlaws 18 vs. Ohsweken Bears 9

A very undermanned Ohsweken Bears club gave everything they had in this game.  They were able to keep it close through the majority of the first quarter, but the Outlaws were just too strong.  Oshawa's Cam Milligan led the offensive charge helping the Outlaws pull away for good in the second quarter, scoring three times in the first half.  After halftime, the Bears put together their best quarter of the game, scoring four times, but Oshawa weathered the storm, finishing with an 18-9 victory.

Cam Milligan (5g, 2a), Josh Gilray (2g,4a), and Alec Simons (2g,4a) led the way for Oshawa, with Luke Laskiewicz (1g,6a) as the playmaker.  All together the Outlaws had eleven different scorers in the game.  Both Ryan Schuetzkowski and Deacan Knott had good games in the Outlaws goal as well.

Dawit Martin (2g,4a), Danton Miller (2g,2a), and Oakley Thomas (2g,2a) were the offensive leaders for Ohsweken in this game.

The Three Stars:

1.  Cam Milligan (Oshawa)
2. Ben MacDonnell (Oshawa)
3. Oakley Thomas (Ohsweken)

Late Game 

Brampton Express 17 vs. Six Nations Snipers 8

The Six Nations Snipers gave Brampton everything they could handle during this game.  The Snipers had the lead in the second quarter when the Express put it into another gear.  Eight of the next nine goals were scored by Brampton to give them a commanding 11-5 lead in the third quarter.  The Express kept on rolling.  After giving up two goals to the Snipers, they finished off scoring six of the last seven goals for the 17-8 victory. 

Gage Board (5g,2a), Nick Volkov (2g,3a), and Mikael Chullin (2g 2a) led the way for Brampton, with Zac Sunderland (2g,5a) and Pent Eistrat (0g,5a) as the playmakers.  Lucas Nagy was superb in the Express nets.

Cheyton King (3g,0a) and Brent Longboat (2g,0a) led the scoring for the Snipers, with Vern Hill (0g,3a) and Mason Hill (0g,3a) as the playmakers. 

The Three Stars:

1. Gage Board (Brampton)
2. Lucas Nagy (Brampton)
3. Jaxon Longboat (Six Nations)