Local Stars Shine At Bell Capital Cup

U13 AA

The Ottawa Valley Silver Seven finished the Bell Capital Cup with a 1-3-1 record.

The Silver Seven opened things up with a 3-3 tie with Kanata. Bradley Colpitts, Callum Robertson and Kohen Godard scored with assists going to Ethan Roose, Maxime Poirier, Thomas Anderson, Joshua Moncrieff and Jack Hebert.

On Dec. 30, the Silver Seven beat Halton 6-2 at Canadian Tire Centre. Moncrieff had two goals with one each going to Robertson, Colpitts, Carter Pope and William Ferguson. Anderson, Hebert, Aidan Howie and Talan Bowes had assists. Lila Sergeant earned the win in goal.

The Silver Seven was not as lucky in their next game, as they lost to the Upper Ottawa Valley Aces 6-1. William Ferguson scored the lone Silver Seven goal.

In the semi-final, the Silver Seven were knocked out by the eventual champion Penetang Flames 4-2.

Poirier and Robertson scored with assists going to Colpitts, Roose, Anderson and Moncrieff.

U13 A

The Osgoode Richmond Romans had a 1-3 record in four games in the Bell Capital Cup.

The Romans opened with a 4-3 win over West Carleton Dec. 29.

Russ Dunse and Jake Holmes each had a goal and two assists with Vico Melone and Carter Jones also scoring. Kian Mojaveri was the winning goalie.

Later in the day, the Romans lost a tough 5-3 decision to the Orange County Ducks. Cullen Ralph scored two and Dunse had one for the Romans, while Melone added two assists.

Osgoode Richmond Romans U13 A goalie Braden Bachmann makes a save against the Orange County Ducks. (Messenger photo)

On Dec. 30, the Romans started the morning off with a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Owen Sound. Henry Ward scored the Romans’ goal.

The Romans finished the day with a 4-1 loss to Stittsville. Jones scored the Romans goal from Melone.

House U13 A

The Osgoode Rideau Senators played three games in the Bell Capital Cup and came up short in each contest.

In their first game Dec. 29, they lost to Iceberg D’Aylmer 6-1. Justin Cole scored the Senators goal with Cole Dudek picking up an assist.

In their second game, the Senators lost 9-4 to Kanata. Rylan Kirby scored two goals, while Ryan Lavergne and Justin Gallagher had a goal each.

On Dec. 30, the Senators were shut out 2-0.

House U13 B

It was the battle of South Carleton as the Richmond Royals edged the Osgoode Rideau Senators 2-1 in the championship game at Canadian Tire Centre in the Bell Capital Cup final.

Finley Hull notched the winning goal at the 2:51 mark of the first from Colt Hobbs. Greg Rattigen scored in the first period for the Royals from Wesley Miller. Cooper Richer scored the Senators’ goal in the second period from David Cooper. Desmond Payne was the winning goalie.

Richmond won all six of their games in the tournament. Hobbs led all scorers with nine goals and six assists for 15 points. Robbie Chatburn had six points on two goals and four assists; Ryker MacLean had five goals; Tate Dorsey and Kipp Dorsey both had two goals and two assists; Finley Hull and Greg Rattigan each had three goals while Liam Charlebois and Wesley Miller each had three assists; Ilyas Mahmood and Cameron White each had a goal and an assist; and goalie Desmond Payne gave up only seven goals in six games. Other members of the championship team were Brody Brown, Levi Rotar and Harley Burton.

For the silver medalist Senators, Evan Matte scored seven goals; Jonah Miall had three goals and three assists; David Cooper had a goal and four assists; Cooper Richer had four goals; Finley Little had a goal and three assists; Joshua Lepine and Jeremy Whyte each had a goal and an assist; Maxwell Small had a pair of assists; Oliver Zwolak and Jacob Poulin each added an assist; and Liam Woerlen posted a 4-1-1 record in goal and had a 1.50 goals against average. Other silver medalists for the Senators were George Bill, Braden Jegachandran, Luke Moffatt and Emmett Wiebe.

U12 A

The Osgoode Richmond Romans lost a 2-1 overtime heartbreaker to the Markham Waxers in the final of the Bell Capital Cup.

Caden Paisley scored the tying goal late in the third for the Romans from Griffin Villeneuve and Mason Boucher to send the game into overtime. Markham’s Destyn Dong scored the winner 4:20 into extra time.

The Romans beat the West Carleton Crusaders 4-0 to open the tournament. Roman Easton, Griffin Villeneuve, Lucas Chant, and Austin Reid scored. Nick Jacula got the shutout.

The Romans then fell 2-1 to Perth-Lanark. Reid scored the Romans goal from Boucher.

The Romans bounced back with a 2-1 win over the Mississippi Thunder Kings Dec. 29. The Romans got both goals in the second period, as Jackson Murray scored from Lucas Chant and Emmet Daley, and Caden Paisley scored unassisted. Jacula picked up his second win of the tournament.

In their next game, the Romans held off a late comeback by Nepean to win 5-3.

Ronan Easton had a goal and an assist with other Romans goals scored by Robbie Wallace, Austin Reid, Reid Leptick and Emmet Daley. Lucas Chant, Mason Boucher and Mason Harvey had assists. Colton Kelly was the winning goalie.

The Osgoode Richmond Romans held off a late rally to beat the Nepean Raiders 5-3. (Manotick Messenger/RichmondHub photo)

The Romans punched a ticket to the final with a 4-2 win over the Ottawa West Golden Knights Dec. 31.

Murray Jackson had a goal and two assists, Ronan Easton had a goal and an assist, while Griffin Villeneuve and Robbie Wallace also scored. Austin Reid had three assists with one each going to Mason Boucher and Jack Dunwoodie. Nick Jacula got the win in goal.

U11 AA

The Ottawa Valley Silver Seven beat Gloucester 5-1 to win the final of the Bell Canada Cup U11 AA division championship Dec. 30 at Canadian Tire Centre.

The Silver Seven opened up the tourney with a 4-1 win over Nepean.

Aidon McCoy, Jaxon Smith, Max Rousson and Torsten Rae scored for the locals. Smith, Rousson, Reid Cavanagh and Camden Stead earned assists. Ryan Rathwell was the winning goalie.

The Silver Seven then beat the Ajax-Pickering Raiders 6-1.

Gloucester’s Abdul Latif Kaddoura battles Mason Hewitt for a loose puck during their U11 AA game. Gloucester won 4-2, but the Silver Seven came back to win the tournament, beating Gloucester in the final. (Manotick Messenger/RichmondHub photo)

Mason Hewitt had the hat trick with Reid Cavanagh, Reece Guthrie and Bryce Boisvert adding goals. Jaxon Smith and Lucas Garner both had two assists with one each going to Boisvert, Phillip Sheahan and Eric Dale. Rhys Munro was the wining goalie.

The Silver Seven then posted a 2-1 win over the St. Lawrence Steel.

Lucas Garner scored from Reece Guthrie in the first period. With the score tied up late in the third, Bryce Boisvert scored the winner from Garner and Guthrie. Ryan Rathwell earned the win in goal.

The Gloucester Rangers then handed the Silver Seven their only loss of the tournament in the final game of the round robin. Max Rousson and Bryce Boisvert scored with Camden Stead and Reece Guthrie picking up assists.

In the semi-final. The Silver Seven beat the Ottawa Sting 8-2.

Max Rousson had a big game with five goals and an assist. Torsten Rae had a goal and two assists, with Cavanagh and Boisvert scoring the other two. Eric Dale had three assists, Mason Hewitt had two, and picking up ne each were Egan Shaughnessy, Lucas Garner, Austin Bergeron and Reece Guthrie. Ryan Rathwell earned the win in goal.

In the final at Canadian Tire Centre, the Silver Seven came up big in their rematch with Gloucester, winning 5-1.

Rousson had a hat trick and an assist, and Hewitt scored twice. Rae added an assist. Rhys Munro was the winning goalie.

U11 A

While the Silver Seven won the U11 AA division, the Romans won the U11 A division as they beat Castor River 3-0 in the final.

The Romans opened up the tournament with a 2-1 win over West Carleton. Carter Parrington scored from Brody Carwardine in the first period, and Jonah Gray scored from Carwardine in the second. Jack Batstone earned the win in goal.

In their next game, the Romans blanked the Ottawa Sting 11-0.

Eric Malfait of the Osgoode Richmond Romans skates around an Iroquois Falls defender. (Manotick Messenger photo)

Conor Best had three goals and an assist, Carter Parrington had two goals and an assist, and Isaac Dyment, Griffin Reilly and Jonah Gray each had a goal and an assist. Declan Greffe, Carson McCourt and Chase Matthews also scored. Eric Malfait added two assists and Brody Carwardine had one. Jack Batstone had the shutout.

The next game for the Romans was even more one sided, as they beat Kemptville 14-0.

Isaac Dyment had five goals and two assists; Carson McCourt had three goals and an assist; Joe Stevens had a pair of goals; Jonah Gray and Carter Parrington both had a goal and two assists; and Conor Best had a goal and an assist. William Castellarin and Declan Greffe both added two assists while Lucas Medynski and Griffin Reilly both had one assist. Jack Batstone had his second straight shutout.

In their final round robin game, the Romans lost to Iroquois Falls 4-1. Isaac Dyment scored from Griffin Reilly and Conor Best.

The two teams met the next day in the semi-final, with the Romans coming out on top 2-1 in a shootout.

Griffin Reilly scored an unassisted goal for the Romans, and Chase Matthews was the only one of six shooters to score in the shootout.

In the final, the Romans blanked the Castor River Canucks on Ryan Skinner’s shutout.

Lucas Medynski, Declan Greffe and Conor Best all scored with Reilly Griffin picking up two assists.

House U11 A

The Richmond Royals advanced to the semi-finals of the Bell Capital Cup.

Richmond opened the tournament with a 3-2 win over Kanata Dec. 29.

Noah McIver, Christopher Rakoczy-Penney and Branson Fraser scored for the Royals.

In their second game, Richmond blanked Nepean 8-0.

Brayden Moore had the shutout while Owen Hull had three goals and Noah McIver had two. Branson Fraser had a goal and an assist while Cole Villeneuve and Christopher Harrison also scored. Elliott Scott added an assist.

The Royals were blanked 1-0 by the Kanata Mighty Dragons in their third game.

The Royals qualified for the semi-finals but were eliminated by Carleton Place after a 5-2 loss. Maxime Houser scored both Royals goals with Peter Buist picking up an assist.

House U11 B

The Richmond Royals opened up the Bell Capital Cup Dec. 29 with a 2-1 loss to the Nepean Eliminators. Cameron Sarafin scored for the Royals.

The Royals faced the Kanata Bulldogs in their second game and tied 1-1. Brantley Hobbs scored the Richmond goal.

In their final game of the tournament, the Royals evened their record at 1-1-1 with a 3-2 win over the West End Phantoms later in the evening.

Talon Middleton had a goal and an assist with Logan Greene and Easton MacDonald also scoring. Owen Maeck added an assist. Tyson Jones picked up the win between the pipes.

U10 A

The Osgoode Richmond Romans reached the semi-final of the Bell Capital Cup.

The Romans dropped their first game to the eventual champion Bradford Bulldogs 5-3 Dec. 28.

Kyle Wilson scored a pair and Graysson Berry had one. Jax Decristoforo had an assist.

The Romans bounced back later in the day with a 5-2 win over Markham.

Eli Leptick, Nathan Gehring, Jacob Daggitt, Kyle Wilson and Graysson Berry all scored. Wilson added an assist. Copper Smith was the winning goalie.

On the morning of Dec. 29, the Romans lost 2-1 to the Castor River Canucks. Wilson scored from Gehring for the Romans.

The Romans ended the round robin with a 1-1 tie with the Mississippi Thunder Kings.

Eli Leptick scored from Gehring and Daggitt.

In the semi-final, Bradford beat the Romans 8-2. Leptick and Gehring scored the Romans goals. Eight different players scored goals for Bradford.