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Pro-Fit Corvairs have prosperous week

Pro-Fit Corvairs have prosperous week

ANCASTER/PELHAM — The Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs made the best of a road week by taking down the Ancaster Avalanche 6-1 Saturday following Friday night’s 16-1 hammering of the hapless, and pointless, Pelham Pirates. The wins places the Corvairs in second spot with a 9-2-1 record for 19 points, three points behind first place Welland with

ANCASTER/PELHAM — The Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs made the best of a road week by taking down the Ancaster Avalanche 6-1 Saturday following Friday night’s 16-1 hammering of the hapless, and pointless, Pelham Pirates.

The wins places the Corvairs in second spot with a 9-2-1 record for 19 points, three points behind first place Welland with a 11-2-0 record for 22 points as of Tuesday.

Ancaster drew first blood Friday night late in the period when Hayden Guitard beat Kevin Entmaa at 18:58. That proved to be the only cheering Ancaster fans would do, as the Corvairs took over from that moment on.

Connor Bramwell evened the score at 6:14 of the penalty-filled second frame from Mitch Purdie and Jordan Peacock, but blew the doors off in the third, scoring five more unanswered goals in the final 20 minutes.

Jake Brown scored what would be the game winner at 3:31 from Patton and Todd Ratchford. Jordan Peacock netted the next three for a natural hat trick with goals at 3:55, 4:17 and 9:59. Brown closed out the period and the game with his second of the game at 12:14.

Everyone but the trainer added points to their stats Friday night in the Corvairs 16-1 pasting of the Pirates in Pelham, who were outshot 62-16. Goalie Matthew Camilleri made 42 saves despite the trouncing, while Brendan Polasek made 15 saves on 16 shots at the other end of the ice.

Matthew Hore was the big point-getter with 5 goals and 3 assists for an 8-point night.

Caledonia took an easy 8-0 first period lead and added 6 more in the second before taking the foot off the peddle in the third, scoring only twice. Pelham’s goal came at 59 seconds of the second period when Anthony Sorrentino put the only mark on the Pirates side of the ledger.

In numerical order, other Corvairs to take points were: Riley Vanhorne (1A), Ryan Moran (2A), Jordan Peacock (2A), Jacob Bianchi (2A), Justin Abraham (2A), Connor Bramwell (1G,1A), Connor Patton (2G,2A), Nathan Gomes (5A), Jayme Forslund (1G), Mitch Purdie (1G,1A), Cosimo Fontana (1G,4A), Jake Brown (1G,4A), Tyler Lepore (2G,1A), Anton Trubin (1G), Austin McEneny (1G,1A), and Jacob Buch (1A).

The Corvairs remain on the road Friday night, Oct 24th, when they travel to St. Catharines to face the Falcons, before returning home to the Haldimand Centre Arena to feast upon the Pelham Pirates again beginning at 7:30 pm.

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Jim Windle is a veteran news and sports reporter who has been published in a number of mediums and publications. contact Jim: windlejim@rocketmail.com

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