OMHA Playdown Weekend Recap, News (Gananoque Minor Hockey)

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Jan 29, 2018 | Administration | 951 views
OMHA Playdown Weekend Recap
Congratulations to the ATOM REP team on their 9-5 win over Ennismore on Saturday to clinch a spot in the OMHA Atom B Quarter Finals.  Up next is either the Elmvale Coyotes or the Parry Sound Shamrocks. Quarter finals are not likely to start the Feb 16th weekend. 

The BANTAM REP team defeated Newcastle 6-0 on Sunday, but will have to wait to see until next weekend if they advance to the Quarter Finals.  In round robin play our Bantams sit with 6 points but Ennismore has 4, the deciding game will be played here at home on Saturday at 5:00pm. If Gan defeats Ennismore than they move on to play the winner of Penetang and Parry Sound. If Ennismore wins then Gan and Ennismore will be tied with 6 points each and will have to play a one game playoff game to determine who will move on. 

The NOVICE REP team played two games this past weekend, losing to Ennismore 9-3 on Saturday. On Sunday, they played Lindsay and tied 1-1. On Saturday they will get a chance to avenge their loss to Ennismore here at home and Sunday sees the PEC Kings travel to Gan.  

The PEEWEE REP team fell to Ennismore 6-2, they too will get a chance to turn the table on Ennismore with a rematch here on Saturday at 3:30pm. The Peewees season will continue with the EOMHL League Playoffs. 

The MIDGET REP team played the Newcastle Stars on Sunday, it was a back and forth game, but Gan fell 4-2 to the Stars. The Midgets will take on Ennismore on Saturday at 7pm. 
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