by the sportsguy
The Bell Sensplex in the Canadian Tire Arena hosted the Thanksgiving Tournament for another year as Kemptville faced the Renfrew Wolves for a 1 pm matinee. The 73’s couldn’t keep the Wolves at bay to suffer a 5 to 2 loss.
Dante Parent with a solo effort to put it behind Jacob Biron for the Wolves to draw first blood at 5:36. Kemptville with man advantage when Campeau combined with Yakubowski on the point to find Chase Lammi PPG at 7:20, past Sebastian Resar to knot it up at one. First frame ended with a tie and Kemptville outshooting Renfrew by 15 to 9.
Second stanza closed out scoreless, with both teams riding the pine and the Wolves outgunned by 18 to 12.
Renfrew came out in the final twenty on the hunt to post a double lead when Brendan Waivada, with helpers from Grainger and Tomasini at 4:05, for tiebreaker. Wolves on PP as Brendan Waivada PPG notched his second, with assists from Grainger with Tomasini at 7:45 for the insurance. Fennell pulled the trigger from the top of the wall, and Grady Logue deposited the loose change at 11:20 to bring the 73’s within one.
Renfrew on the move, as Aditya Mehta at 1501, assisted by Slack and Grainger, to make it a 4 to 2 lead. Tyson Tomasini, assisted by Grainger with Waivada to drive it home for the Wolves 5 to 2 win at 1553. Renfrew counted 13 to 11 SOG with 1 PP on 5 attempts, and Kemptville 8 opportunities with 1 result.
Kemptville 73’s met Cornwall Colts for their second session for a Sunday evening contest in the Bell Sensplex to be subjected to 2-1 close contest.
Cornwall count first, with Nicholas Gingras, assisted by Gagnon and Eaton at 9:14, to twitch the mesh behind Conor Blackwood. The Colts outshooting the 73’s by 11 to 9.
Kemptville evened it up after Lammi reversed to Tanner Fenell to beat Dax Easter top shelf at 16:50. The Colts rustled 8 to 7 SOG to finish the second period.
Cornwall broke the tiebreaker at 3:20 with PPG from Nathan Garnier, with helpers from Gagnon and Laferrier, to open the last twenty to hold on to a 2-1 victory. Cornwall maintained a 8-6 lead of SOG with one PPG on three attempts, and Kemptville with two without capitalizing.