Photo submitted by Christine Casselman.
The NGS Bantam B Braves captured the A championship on home ice in Maxville on December 12. Pictured in front: is Alex MacDonald. Middle row from left are: Zach Meunier, Doug White, Dean McManus, Josh Green, Grayson Rutters, Matthew Cloutier, Ivan Schellenberg, James Paul, Amanda Evans, Kiel Coleman, Seamus Hardy, Connor Elliott and Barrett Rutters. Back row from left are: Phil Schellenberg (assistant coach), Mark Evans (coach) and Doug Paul (assistant coach). Missing from photo is Joe Rutters (trainer).
Bantam B Braves winners on home ice
The NGS Peewee B Rep Braves took home the championship banner from the Clarence Crush Tournament December 11 to 13. Pictured front from left are: Brody Villeneuve, Nicolas Leroux, Brennan Atkins, Kody Giroux, Ashtyn Nugent, Sean Barton and Dustin Villeneuve. Middle row: Derryk Gauthier, Gracie Leroux, Jacob Nolan, Parker Ouderkirk, Olivier Chagnon and Jake Lalonde. Back Row: Lance Ouderkirk (coach), Greg Nolan (assistant coach), Amanda Smith (assistant coach) and Marc Chagnon (trainer).
The atom B Braves captured the A championship at the Roger Ladouceur Memorial Tournament in Brockville on December 5. Pictured in front is goaltender Hayden Begin. Second row from left is: Nicholas Rolland, Dana Molinaro, Aaron Paul, Mason Mekker, Zayne Rutley, Owen Mekker, Makayla Molinaro, Noah Ault, Hamish Nowry and Kyle Linett. Back row from left: coach Tony Mekker, assistant coach Brian Nowry and assistant coach Steve Rolland.
Congratulations goes out the this year's winners...
1st prize $1000 - Ryan Haley
2nd prize $500 - Emily Stang
The NGS Peewee C Braves took home the gold at the Cumberland Dukes Showdown Nov. 20-22.Pictured in front is Kyle McManus. Second row from left are: Corinne Anderson, Cassandra-Eve Leduc, Jessica Green, Lucas Martel and Tristan Leduc. Third row from left are: Cole Watkins, Jeremy Sabourin, Matthew Bill, Johnny McAdams, MacKinnley MacKillican and Chloe Anderson. Back row from left are: head coach Todd Anderson, trainer/assistant coach Andre Sabourin, assistant coach Ray Lariviere and assistant coach Thomas Bill.
The NGS Novice B Braves recognized one of their teammates and coaches with blue tape on their sticks during World Diabetes Day on Nov. 14. The team cohesiveness helped lead to an A championship title during the EPR Fusion Tournament in Hawkesbury and Vankleek Hill Nov. 14 and 15. Pictured from left are: Noah Mainville, Carter Rolland, Lukas Sullivan, Vinny Anderson, Blake Nuttall, Dryden Coleman, Josh MacMillan, Caleb Grady, Hayden Darling, Aiden Casselman and Kyan Helmer.
Photo: Lindsay Mcintosh-Mainville
Pictured in front is Dryden Coleman. Second row from left is: Caleb Grady, Aiden Casselman, Blake Nuttall, Vinny Anderson and Kyan Helmer. Third row from left is: Carter Rolland, Josh MacMillan, Lukas Sullivan, Noah Mainville and Hayden Darling. Back row from left is: assistant coach Joey Sullivan, head coach Todd Anderson and assistant coach John Grady. The NGS Novice B Braves captured the A championship at their home tournament in Finch on Oct. 24. Pictured in front is Dryden Coleman. Second row from left is: Caleb Grady, Aiden Casselman, Blake Nuttall, Vinny Anderson and Kyan Helmer.
New for the 2015/2016 hockey season:
HEO Canada is making it mandatory for one parent/guardian of every IP, Novice and new players to complete the online course Respect in Sport Parent Program. Attached is a letter from Hockey Eastern Ontario explaining the benefits of the program for players and parents.
Who has to take the course?
- One parent or guardian of a participant must take the course. If you have multiple children in these levels you only need to take the course once - you can link your course to all of your children.