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Shamrocks fall to Mounties, second time this month

CAMBRIDGE – The Hespeler Shamrocks suffered a loss to the Paris Mounties in PJHL play for the second time this month when they were defeated 3-1 at the Hespeler Memorial Arena Sunday.

The Mounties also defeated the Shamrocks in Hespeler 5-1 Feb. 5.


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Sunday, Hespeler scored the lone goal of the first period before Paris came back with two goals in the second and an empty-netter in the third.

Jack Restauri scored for Hespeler with help from Gavin Logher and Trent Collins.

Tye Wetzel had two goals for Paris while Ryan O’Keefe netted the other one. Grant Eastwood assisted on a pair of goals while Kaidan Gignac and Jacob Wilkinson each had one.

The Shamrocks outshot Paris 49-41, but were scoreless on nine power plays while the Mounties were 1-for-9.

The result leaves the Shamrocks and Mounties tied for sixth in the seven-team Doherty Division. Hespeler is at 5-29-3-1 while Paris is at 5-29-2-2. Both have four games to go in their regular seasons.

The Shamrocks are to have a pair of games next weekend. They’re to play the Wellesley Applejacks (27-7-2-2) at Wellesley Friday at 7:30 p.m. and host the Norwich Merchants (26-11-1-0) at the Hespeler Memorial Arena Sunday at 3:30 p.m.

 

  • Guelph Sports Journal

Shamrocks fall to Mounties, second time this month

CAMBRIDGE – The Hespeler Shamrocks suffered a loss to the Paris Mounties in PJHL play for the second time this month when they were defeated 3-1 at the Hespeler Memorial Arena Sunday.

The Mounties also defeated the Shamrocks in Hespeler 5-1 Feb. 5.


Paris Mounties 3
Hespeler Shamrocks 1

Sunday, Hespeler scored the lone goal of the first period before Paris came back with two goals in the second and an empty-netter in the third.

Jack Restauri scored for Hespeler with help from Gavin Logher and Trent Collins.

Tye Wetzel had two goals for Paris while Ryan O’Keefe netted the other one. Grant Eastwood assisted on a pair of goals while Kaidan Gignac and Jacob Wilkinson each had one.

The Shamrocks outshot Paris 49-41, but were scoreless on nine power plays while the Mounties were 1-for-9.

The result leaves the Shamrocks and Mounties tied for sixth in the seven-team Doherty Division. Hespeler is at 5-29-3-1 while Paris is at 5-29-2-2. Both have four games to go in their regular seasons.

The Shamrocks are to have a pair of games next weekend. They’re to play the Wellesley Applejacks (27-7-2-2) at Wellesley Friday at 7:30 p.m. and host the Norwich Merchants (26-11-1-0) at the Hespeler Memorial Arena Sunday at 3:30 p.m.

 

  • Guelph Sports Journal