The first round of NOSSA “AA” for High School Hockey started Monday.
The first game had Notre-Dame from Sudbury face off against Central Algoma. Notre-Dame’s Jeremy Noel would get the first goal of the game 6:35 of the first period and CASS would tie the game early in the second period on a goal by Alex Hansen and at the end of the second period the score was tied at 2.
Bryce Campbell would get the go ahead goal for CASS on a feed from Mark Khull and Alex Hansen. Notre-Dame would come back a little over three minutes later to tie the game on a goal by Alexandre Savard from Nicholas Marion and Sebastien Desormeaux.
Alain Sicard would put Notre-Dame in the lead but CASS pulled Drew Gregory from the net for an extra attacker and were rewarded with a goal by Bryce Campbell from Mark Khull and Dylan Cooke.
The final score was Notre-Dame – 3, Central Algoma – 3 with each team getting one point.
The second game of the day seen St. Mary’s defeat St. Joseph/Scollard Hall from North Bay by a score of 11 to 0.
Mike Fabbro, Jake Lewis, Jason Uhl (Short Handed) and Mitchel Robinson Would score in the first period
Jason Uhl (Short Handed), Mike Fabbro, Jason Uhl, and Nicholas Brunetta (Power Play) would add to the goals in the second period.
Nicholas Brunetta (Power Play), Erik Paradis and Mike Fabbro would get his hat trick on the scoring in the third period.
St. Joseph/Scollard Hall went up against Notre-Dame in the third game of the day. Notre-Dame would take an early lead with two goals in the first period by Jeremie Noel and Nicholas Marion.
St. Joseph fought back in the second period getting two goals by Owen Bainbridge and Jared Mechefske. Notre-Dame would take the lead before the end of the second period on a power play goal by Christian Lariviere.
Alexandre Savard would add an insurance goal while on the power play in the third period to give Notre-Dame the win by a score of 4 to 2.
In the final game of the day Central Algoma took the lead against St. Mary’s with two goals by Bryce Campbell in the first period.
St. Mary’s wouldn’t get on the scoreboard until almost half way through the second period on a goal by Dallas Jollineau and with two seconds left in the second period Jollineau would get another goal to tie the game at 2.
Austin Rowe would give St. Mary’s the lead and Jason Uhl would get the eventual game winning goal as Central Algoma’s Bryce Campbell would get his third goal of the game to cut St. Mary’s lead by one with the score now at St. Mary’s – 4, CASS – 3.
St. Mary’s would add two more goals by Erik Paradis and Dallas Jollineau, his third goal of the game, and the final score at the end of the game was St. Mary’s – 6, Central Algoma – 3.
In other action for NOSSA “AAA”, St. Basil defeated Widdifield by a score of 3 to 1.
Scoring for St. Basil were Josh Fisher from Jonny Hammond and Trent Sepkowski, Mark Spadoni from Mike Trunzo and Blake Antonello and Dom Gervasi from Mark Spadoni and Jonathon Vernelli.
In the second game St. Basil tied West Ferris 4 to 4.
Scoring for St. Basil were Matt Keenan from Marcus Sacchetto and Brad Bertrand, Matt Keenan unassisted and Matt Keenan from Mark Spadoni and Josh Fisher and Dom Gervasi unassisted.
After the first day St. Basil and St. Charles are tied with 3 points while West Ferris has 2.
St. Basil will face off against St. Charles at 9:00 am while West Ferris has Widdifield as an opponent at 11:00 am in North Ba