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Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Bermuda Ball Hockey League Round Up

The Bermuda Ball Hockey League Season is underway with four games played, producing a total of 39 goals.

Montreal Canadiens 6 Winnipeg Jets 3

The season opener resulted in 9 goals as the Montreal Canadiens defeated the Winnipeg Jets 6 – 3. the Montreal Canadiens got a hat-trick from Chris Coleman and single strikes from Bill Calko, Chris Allington and Anthony Kapsimalis, while the Winnipeg Jets got two goals off the stick of Jeffery Morash and a single strike from Matt Benson.

Ottawa Senators 5 Edmonton Oilers 2

The Ottawa Senators got single strikes from Criag Rowat, Andrew Curnow, Cory Caouette, Ed Sweeney and Ian Beaudion in their 5 2 win over the Edmonton Oilers, who got goals from Hugh Vickers and Jon Talbot.

Toronto Maple Leafs 4 Vancouver Canucks 8

The third game produced the most goals thus far on the season with the Vancouver Canucks defeating the Toronto Maple Leafs 8 – 4. The Vancouver Canucks were led to victory by Ross Rufiange who scored two goals, while Dustin Luck, Christopher Jackson, Andrew Leavy, Darren Maksymetz, Nathan Kowalski and Shannon Goose all added their names to the scoresheet. The Toronto Maple Leafs got 2 goals apiece off the sticks of Warren miller and Brian White.

Calgary Flames 2 Winnipeg Jets 9

The final game saw the Winnipeg Jets defeat the Calgary Flames 9 – 2, the Winnipeg Jets had Jermy Estey find the back of the net four times, while Matt Benson scored a hat-trick, Matt Katzsch and Shawn McKee scored the other two goals, while Robbie Bailey scored twice for the Calgary Flames.

Sunday, October 15, 2017
Clarke & Queens University of Charlotte Win

Maha Clarke and her Queens University of Charlotte Field Hockey teammates avenged their early season loss to Newberry College defeating them 3-1, at Bessant Field.

Queens jumped out to a 1-0 lead early in the game when Mazvita Mtisi found Jocelyn Lawrence racing up the field and fed her the ball for a goal scored right in front of the net. Newberry would answer about 10 minutes late when Olivia Fraunfelter broke away from Queens' defense to beat Miranda Childers in the cage for a goal. The pair of goals would be the only ones scored in the opening period of regulation.

In the second half, Queens pulled ahead, 2-1, when Lawrence found her second goal of the day after receiving a pass from Sta'sha Waterfield. Korey Fine then scored Queens’ insurance goal in the 63rd minute after collecting a pass from Kayleigh Lawrence.

Queens outshot Newberry, 17-9, putting six shots on goal to Newberry's four. Queens also won 16 penalty corners to Newberry's five. Childers picked up her fourth win of the season after tallying three saves.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Bermuda Hockey Academy Double Header Round Up

The Bermuda Hockey Academy Islanders TWO Team are currently 5th in the North East Field Hockey Association (NEFHA) Men’s League.

Islanders One 3 Islanders Two 4

Islanders Two started the game strongly and quickly took the lead in the 5th minute with a Field Goal from Donovan Simmons. Islanders One fought their way back into the game and drew level in the 12th minute from a Penalty Corner with the ball slotted into the back of the net off the rebound after the initial save by the goal keeper. Islanders Two retook the lead in the 24th minute with a Field Goal by Nathan Simons whose goal was well earned after a number of hard fought runs through the middle field. Islanders One quickly tied the game in the 26th minute off of a well executed set play from a free hit just outside the circle. Islanders One almost took the lead less than two minutes later but were foiled by a last second clearance of the ball off the line by defender Aizaya Smith. Islanders Two went back in front just before the end of the first half with a well executed Penalty Corner scored by Hemijah Bean who deflected the ball into the net off of a drag flick by Simmons.

Islanders Two would start the second half of very strongly as well, but squandered several chances and would pay for those missed chances in the 48th minute when Islanders One tied the game up through a Field Goal. Islanders Two continued to apply pressure throughout the remainder of the game and were rewarded for their efforts in the 58th minute with a Field Goal from Zahkari Minors who slotted the ball into the net just under the keepers pads. Islanders One would have one last chance to tie the game but were denied by a brilliant save from the goal keeper.

Greenwich One 9 Islanders Two 0

Playing their second game of the day in hot and humid conditions the Islanders Two team had a difficult time against a fresh and lively Greenwich One squad. Greenwich One dominated the first half with quick counter attacking hockey taking advantage of a tired Islanders Two midfield with Field Goals in the 4th, 8th and 22nd minutes of the first half and Penalty Corner goals in the 10th, 18th and 29th minutes to take a 6-0 lead into half time. It was a tale of two halves and after some tactical adjustments at half time, islanders two fought their way back into the game and had several chance to score in the opening 20 minutes of the second half. Despite this effort islanders were unable to score and eventually conceded goals in the 54th, 58th and 60th minute of the game to make the final score 9-0.
Monday, October 09, 2017
Clarke & Queens University of Charlotte Fall

Maha Clarke and her Queens University of Charlotte Field Hockey teammates traveled to take on No. 10 Millersville University falling 9-0.

Four Queens players recorded shots as Queens' Mazvita Mtisi and Korey Fine recorded only two shots on goal for the visitors. Goalkeeper Miranda Childers totaled 10 saves after facing a majority of the Millersville 35 shots. Kelsey Fringer recorded one save in 12:31 of play.

Kathleen Bishop led Millersville with four goals, while five others recorded one goal apiece. Kylee Bair recorded two saves in the cage for the Marauders.

Saturday, October 07, 2017
Clarke Scores in Queens of Charlotte Win

Maha Carke in action for Queens
A day after www.islandstats.com announced she was a part of the Bermuda Women’s National Hockey team Maha Clarke and her Queens University of Charlotte Field Hockey teammates welcomed Molloy College to Bessant Field on a rainy afternoon winning 8-0. Kayleigh Lawrence, a senior, led Queens in their scoring efforts with a hat trick while Clarke, Abby Carls, Korey Fine, Jill Sherman, and Renee Smith all added a goal each. Miranda Childers played 70 minutes in goal recording one save.

Queens got going early as Lawrence found the back of the cage twice in the opening 10 minutes of action to put the home team in front 2-0. Fine would net Queens' third of the day soon after and the 3-0 score held until the halftime break. Molloy goalkeeper Tara Byrnes totaled 14 saves in the period.

Lawrence got Queens going in the second as well with a goal just 53 seconds into play. Carls' goal would follow in the 41st before Smith tallied her eighth of the season in the 57th. Sherman and Clarke then put two more on the board in the final 10 minutes of regulation.

Queens handled possession for much of the game outshooting Molloy College 33-5. Twenty-seven of the shots were on goal.

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