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Ayr Peewee AE Flames Muskoka Tournament
Submitted By Jeremy Ritchie on Tuesday, January 10, 2017
This past weekend, the Flames travelled to the Muskoka Lakes to play in the Muskoka Rock Peewee Rep Tournament. 

Their first game was played on Friday night against Tweed.  Gage Montroy had the start in goal, and the team had a decent game, but Tweed won 7-1.  Goal scored by Scott Hall and assisted by Josh Ritchie. 

Ayr’s next game was against Temiskaming Shores on Saturday after some fun at the hotel.  Nate Sherk would start in net for this game.   In the first, Ayr had a great start with a nice goal by Tyson Kaufman.  In the second, Ayr continued to play very well and was defensively sound, but conceded one goal, which tied the score.  In the third, things heated up and Temiskaming started to gain shots on goal, but Nate Sherk stayed strong in net.  The final result was a 1-1 tie.  Sherk earned the player of the game award.  Later that day, Ayr played Thamesford.  Gage Montroy would start in goal for this game.  Ayr played well, but came up short and lost 10-1 against a strong Thamesford team.  Goal was scored by Jesse Janzen and assisted by Tyson Kaufman.  Ayr qualified for a consolation final, which would be played on Sunday morning. 

 

Nate Sherk had the start for that game.  In the first period, Ayr came out strong despite the early morning start, and pounced on the BCH Ice Dogs team.  Tyson Kaufman scored at 3:32 assisted by Caleb Garchinski and Noah Covemaeker.  Two minutes later, Ayr scored again with a goal by Scott Hall and assisted by Ethan Dunnet and Jesse Janzen.  In the second, Ayr kept up the good work and continued their scoring run, with goals from Josh Loughrin (2) and Scott Hall.  Assists were from Aaron Henhoeffer (2), Caleb Garchinski, Camden McLeod and Liam Hansen.  However, BCH managed one goal in the period on Sherk despite great play from the goaltender.  In the third period, Ayr got two goals early from Josh Ritchie and Tom Carpenter, assists from Ethan Dunnet, Caleb Garchinski, Jesse Janzen and Liam Hansen.  After that, the Flames kept up the good work but were held off the score sheet, finishing the game with a 7-1 win.  What a great job by all team members!  Congratulations on being consolation champions and for a job well done!

Written By: Noah Covemaeker

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