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MCREYNOLDS NETS TRICK

(STAFF) -- Ryan McReynolds scored his second hat trick of the season and added an assist, as the Barrie Dufferin Concrete peewee 'AA' Colts blew out the Markham Waxers, 10-1, recently.

Bain Cunningham had two goals and two assists, while Mackenzie Barton had four assists.

Cole Gilliland chipped in with a pair of goals and Michael Bowers, Bradley Kuepfer and Steven Bowen had the other goals.

Luke Shaule had three helpers, while Kuepfer had two and Gilliland, Brady MacDonald and Christopher Scalzitti had singles.

Bradley van Schubert picked up the win in net, allowing one goal on 21 shots.

BARRIE FALLS TO O'VILLE

(STAFF) -- The Barrie Cyncor minor bantam alternate entry Colts reached the semifinal round at the Barrie Minor Hockey Association Canadian Tire Classic, this past weekend.

The Colts opened with a 1-0 loss and followed up with a 3-1 win over Oak Ridges. Cody Tibbits scored twice and Dylan Kelly had the other tally, as Damien Butcher, Evan DiDomenico, Eric Roy, Taylor Schuster and Sam Sweazey had helpers.

Barrie punched its ticket into the semifinal with a 3-2 win over Oshawa, as DiDomenico, Jake Payne and Sweazey potted goals. Kelly had three helpers.

Orangeville blanked Barrie, 6-0, in the semifinal.

Martin Lauzon and Caleb Nunes were solid in net for the Colts throughout the tournament.

COLTS REACH SEMIS

(STAFF) -- The Barrie Marble Slab Creamery minor atom 'AAA' Colts reached the semifinal round at an International Silver Stick tournament in Whitby this past weekend.

Allan McShane scored twice and Braden Henderson and Derek Sweeney added singles as the Colts opened the tournament with a 4-1 win over the Boston Minuteman Flames.

Noah Minns had three helpers and Christian Taylor, Sweeney, McShane and Aiden Graham had single assists.

Despite trailing 4-2, the Colts rallied for a 7-4 win over the Rochester Americans in their second game.

McShane notched a hat trick, Jacob Kelly scored twice, and Braden Henderson and Barret Kirwin added singles. Noah Minns and Cameron McElroy picked up two helpers each.

The Colts skated past the Detroit Honeybaked, 3-2, in Game 3, with McShane scoring twice and Henderson tallying the other. Dennis Busby, Justin Winn and Jacob Kelly picked up helpers, as the Colts entered the playoff round ranked third.

Facing the Mississauga Reps in the quarter-final round, Barrie picked up a 3-0 win, with Graham, Matt Nastasiuk and McShane scoring the goals.

The Colts fell to the rival Clarington Toros, 2-1, in the semifinal, with McShane picking up the lone goal for Barrie.

Barrie native, and former NHLer, Shayne Corson was in the stands to take in the game.

The Colts take on Markham and Ajax-Pickering in league play this weekend.

PET VALU TIED UP

(STAFF) -- The Barrie Pet Valu atom alternate entry Colts skated to a pair of ties this past weekend.

Ethan Garland and Matthew Walilko scored two goals apiece in a 4-4 tie with the Richmond Hill Kings, while Kurtis Blimke chipped in with two helpers.

Jackson Toderson scored Barrie's lone goal in a 1-1 tie with the Orillia Terriers, as Dayton Town and Tahner Lamorie grabbed helpers.

DEFENCE HURTS RAPTORS

(SUN MEDIA) -- Unlike certain teammates, when Chris Bosh is playing poorly, his body language speaks of determination, not defeat.

To wit, the Raptors all-star forward started last night's game against the Washington Wizards shooting 0-for-6 with one rebound before being substituted out with 3:56 left in the first quarter. As he walked off the court, Bosh slapped his hands together in frustration and yelled (apparently at himself) in disgust.

In the second, Bosh returned to the court and quickly reestablished his presence, picking up five points in the first two minutes and 18 in the quarter.

He finished the game with 22 points and 14 rebounds -- his NBA leading 16th double-double.

However, his team's inability to play solid defence for 48 minutes resulted in 106-102 loss to the Wizards, dropping Toronto to 7-12 on the season, with the next three games in a row on the road.


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