Three games on horizon for Bulldogs

by Doug Kennedy


The Bulldogs won a pair of games on the weekend, putting them in fifth place. With more games in the near future, the team has the opportunity to move up to third place.
On Friday night, the Bulldogs travelled to Walkerton and came away with a 9-2 win. Mike Fiegehen led the way with two goals and three assists. Jerrid Fossold and Brett Burrows each had two goals and one assist. Trevor Donaldson, Brandon Stewart and Cameron Hoskins had singles for the Bulldogs. Assists went to Dan Skinner, Jason Pringle, Jordan Caskenette, Logan Freiburger (2) and Kent Ribey. Sean Andrés picked up the win in net.
Saturday night at home they defeated the Hanover Barons 4-1. Jamie Brock was solid in net, stopping 23 shots. Brett Burrows led the way with two goals and one assist. Defencemen Dan Skinner and Logan Swanton both scored, with Skinner also getting an assist. Jordan Caskenette had two assists and singles went to Kaleb Martin, Freiburger and Feigehen. The Bulldogs have a busy weekend coming up, with three games scheduled. They start Friday night in Walkerton, then play at home Saturday night against Wingham, and then travel back in Wingham on Sunday night.
The Mount Forest Patriots did some wheeling and dealing last week. They sent 16-year-old forward Luke Eurig to the Elmira Junior B team, and 17-year-old defenceman Payton McIsaac to the Waterloo Junior B team. Their biggest move was to bring Blair Butchart back from the St. Mary’s Lincoln’s. Blair was a top scorer in the Pollock Division a couple years ago. He led St. Mary’s in scoring last year with nine goals and 47 assists to win the league MVP. This year the Lincoln Captain led the team in scoring with six goals and 20 Sassists. He started out with four goals and two assists in his first two games with Mount Forest.
Silver Stick is always an exciting time of year. Our Miller Insurance midgets lost a tough one in Wingham on Sunday, 3-0 to Twin Centres. The tough thing about this loss was they defeated Twin Centres 5-3 in the round robin. The team started last Thursday night with a 5-0 win against Hanover, and on Saturday morning defeated Twin Centres 5-3. In the afternoon the team defeated south Huron 4-2. The Sunday morning game finished with a 3 – 1 win, and the final game was a difficult loss as Twin Centres scored on a penalty shot and into an empty net.
The Ripley Wolves won their only game of the weekend 5-1 in Lucknow. Adam Alexander lead the way with three goals. Singles went to Blake Nichol and Nick Seiler. Assists went to Garrett Meurs (2) and Jordan Turcotte (2), Keaton Willis, Dylan Sayle and Jarred Colling. Jason Hamilton picked up the win in net. The Wolves play this Friday night in Elora. The Wolves have signed Gatlin Burt, as its goalie, Ryan Mac Donald, is having knee problems.

Three games on horizon for Bulldogs was last modified: November 20th, 2019 by Tammy Schneider

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