The N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers took on the Grande Prairie Storm, and Whitecourt Wolverines over the weekend. It was a productive two games for the team on the ice and in the standings as they came away with wins by scores of 5-2, and 6-2.In their game against Grande Prairie there was no scoring in the first period, but the Storm opened the scoring early in the second period.The 1-1 score held going into the third period, and before the frame was five minutes old the Trackers took their first lead of the game. They built on that advantage with goals at the 10:24, and 5:06 marks to hold a 4-1 lead. Grande Prairie closed the gap to two with 2:29 remaining, but that’s as close as they would get as the Trackers added an empty net goal in the final minute of the game.- Advertisement -Scoring in the game for the Trackers were Matthew Apsassin, Elias Thompson, Clayton Lepine, Kohlman Brinsky, and Jacob Lang.In Saturday’s game against the Wolverines the Trackers opened the scoring but were tied at two with Whitecourt after the opening 20 minutes. The Trackers pulled away down the stretch however as they scored twice in the second period and added another two in the third for the 6-2 win.Next up for the team is a busy weekend on the road as they’ll be on the ice for three games against Vegreville, Fort Saskatchewan, and Camrose.Advertisement
TAYLOR, B.C. — It was an epic 48 straight hours of slo-pitch action in Taylor as the 11th Annual Allen Lafleur Memorial Tournament of Hope took place last weekend.39 teams competed in 96 games over the course of the weekend. After all was said and done, the Racksmackers placed first in the ‘A’ Division, beating the Farm Team in the final. The Summer Swingers managed to win the ‘B’ Division over the Brew Crew. In the ‘C’ Division, One Hit Wonders placed first ahead of Team Day Drunk. Two Balls and a Glove were the ‘D’ Division winners, beating The Minors in the final. The ‘E’ Division saw Pitches be Crazy lose to the Young Guns in that final.Meanwhile, there was also an exciting competition over who would win the Toilet Bowl Award as the tournament’s 39th place team. Organizer Velma Alexander said that both teams in the bottom-bracket game wanted to win the coveted award. In the end, it was The Mustangs that would celebrate losing that match to the Dirtbag Death Squad.- Advertisement -Alexander says that though organizers have not gotten a final tally together, she estimates that over $21,000 was raised at this year’s tournament. She added that over $8,000 was raised at the tournament concession alone.Alexander also extended thanks on behalf of Lafleur’s family to all of the tournament’s volunteers and sponsors for making this year’s event a success.
BELLFLOWER – Senior midfielder Tiya Gallegos’ goal at the 4-minute mark of the first half set the tone for Mayfair High girls soccer team against La Habra in the semifinals of CIF Southern Section Division III playoffs on Tuesday evening at Bellflower High. The Boston University-bound athlete scored two of the Monsoons’ three goals in the first half and duplicated the feat in the second half as second-seeded Mayfair won 6-1 to advance to the title game against top-seeded Sunny Hills. Despite this, the win brought the team’s win streak to 17-0-1 and improved its overall record to 25-4-2. “We knew this was going to be a big game for us,” Mayfair coach Sal Marroquin said. “We didn’t want them to overlook this game and start looking at the finals. We really focused on (La Habra). We knew what their strengths were. I just knew if we were prepared to play, we would come out victorious.” Senior forward Monique Cisneros dribbled the ball down the gut of the defense to put the Monsoons’ second goal on the board at 23rd mark, and Gallegos’ header off a corner kick from junior forward Nicole Hubbard gave them a 3-0 advantage at the break. At the opening of the second half, midfielder Briana Rhoades scored in front of the cage off a pass from the corner from Gallegos, who went on to add goals at 54th and 62nd minutes. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “I couldn’t have scored without the help of my teammates. I think it’s not more about the goal, but the buildup that came from the goal,” Gallegos said. “We just got to focus on what’s ahead of us, get healthy and get ready for the next game.” La Habra didn’t have any opportunities to break through the Monsoons’ stingy defense. But Tiffany Kracy’s goal with 30 seconds left broke Mayfair’s streak of five consecutive shutouts.
Well done to Rory, Ross, Eamonn and the Donegal team on a tremendous performance against the Red Hands on Sunday in Ballybofey.They march on to a meeting with Derry or Down on June 23rd. Unfortunlately the Minors were let down by some wayward shooting as they made a disappointing exit to the championship.The Seniors will begin the defence of the Dr. Maguire Cup with a home game against Malin on Saturday evening. Throw-in at 7:30pm. The Reserves travelled to Malin on Saturday evening and came away with a big win on a score of 2-12 to 0-08 and they will do it all again at 6pm this Saturday evening in the championship.The Juniors made the short trip to Glenswilly on Friday evening and got another win to keep up their impressive start to the league. They are on their travels once again this week as they head for Glenfin with day and time tbc.The Senior hurlers went down to defeat against MacCumhaills last week in a high scoring game and they have no game this week. The Donegal hurlers had another fantastic win in a memorable season as they defeated Monaghan to reach the final of the Nicky Rackard Cup in a couple of week’s time in Croke Park. The club has 4 players on Ray Durack’s panel, Sean McVeigh, Colm Flood, Conor McVeigh and Kevin Meehan as well as coach Adrian Gaffney.The U14 boy’s footballers defeated Letterkenny Gaels in the 1st round of the championship and will take on the winner of the N. Padraig, Muff v Convoy game. The James Gallagher Cup was played for on Saturday with Buncrana, MacCumhaills and Robert Emmett’s the guests and the trophy was retained for the third year in a row. The U12’s travel to Cloughaneely this Monday night while the U11’s will host N. Padraig, Lifford on Wednesday evening in the Park.The U14 Hurlers had a fine win over Aodh Ruadh last Thursday in their last League fixture. They await details of final League table positions for their playoff opponents. The Minor Hurling League B Final has been set for Thursday the 27th of June in MacCumhaill Park at 7pm. U16 and Minor Hurling Training continues every Tuesday at 5pm.St. Eunan’s U12 Camogie recorded their first win against Burt this year in O’Donnell Park on Monday night. Camogie for U12, U10 and U8’s training every week in O’Donnell Park.Thanks to James Friel and John Coleman for their excellent organisation of this year’s Golf Scramble. It was a great success once again.There were 5 match 3 winner’s in this week’s Lotto draw and they win €20 each, the numbers drawn were: 8-10-19-23. Eugene Dowling, Kiltoy; Patrick Halvey, Meadowhill; Sharon Ferguson, The Grange (all card); Michael Kyle, Oldtown and Zico, c/o Adrian (both Adrian). GAA: ST EUNAN’S GAA CLUB NEWS – WELL DONE TO RORY, ROSS AND EAMONN! was last modified: May 27th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAA: ST EUNAN’S GAA CLUB NEWS – WELL DONE TO RORYROSS AND EAMONN!