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Stayner Siskins forward Kevin Boyd misses on a chance in close during recent Provincial Junior Hockey League action against the Midland Flyers. The Siskins skated to a 3-1 win, as Stayner extended its winning streak to 19 games. The team made it 20 in a row on Monday night with a 5-1 road victory over the Schomberg Cougars. GISELE WINTON SARVIS/PHOTO

Siskin domination

With a 5-1 road win over the Schomberg Cougars on Monday night and a 3-1 home victory late last week against the Midland Flyers, the Stayner Siskins have extendd their unbeaten streak to 20 games

Dave Dawson/The Packet & Times An Orillia Hawks defender forces an Oshawa Lady Generals forward to the outside during heated second-period action Sunday in the championship game of the bantam B division at the 21st Orillia Hawks Girls’ Hockey Tournament. Orillia won 3-1 to garner gold – the lone local squad to turn the trick at the 101-team event that took over seven area arenas.

Bantams three-peat at Hawks tourney

What a weekend of hockey. The 21st annual Orillia Hawks Girls’ Hockey Tournament wrapped up Sunday with championship games in 16 divisions, and when the final gold medal was handed out, 101 teams from across the province had competed in more than 185 games at seven arenas around the region.

Colts lose 10-6

This was far from the most tactically-sound game of the year for the Barrie Colts. And yet, they still had a chance to win.

The Barrie Colts Dominion Lending Darick.ca minor-midget ‘AA’ team won the 22nd annual Glenn Bellerby tournament this past weekend. The team includes, in the front row, trainer David Brassor, Harrison Hardy, Ben Battaglia, Darcy Maus, Lucas Rampton, Michael Brassor and Colin Russell. In the back row are coach Joey Rampton, Gunner Penrose, Jack St. John, Isaiah Bell, Ryan Connick, Mitch McMahon, Nathan Greenwood, Ryan Graff, Jack Wilson, Adam Lewis, Gage Argue, Liam O’Hara, manager Sean O’Hara and coach Mike Argue. SUBMITTED

Midgets ramp it up

The Barrie Colts Dominion Lending Darick.ca minor-midget ‘AA’ team won the 22nd annual Glenn Bellerby tournament this past weekend in dramatic fashion.

Barrie Colts defenceman Cameron Lizotte, left, watches as a Sudbury Wolves player dumps the puck into the Barrie zone. Lizotte was dealt to the Erie Otters on Monday night, ahead of the OHL trade deadline. POSTMEDIA NETWORK FILE PHOTO

Lizotte off to Erie

Just hours after shipping their captain to the Owen Sound Attack, the rebuilding Barrie Colts made a few other deals leading up to Tuesday's Ontario Hockey League trade deadline.

The Barrie Colts Cubeit blue and GTA Building Operations white minor bantam AE teams recently went head-to-head for a worthy cause. They collected a combined total of 616 pounds of food for the Barrie Food Bank. SUBMITTED

Bantam food drive

The Barrie Colts Cubeit blue and GTA Building Operations white minor bantam AE teams recently went head-to-head for a worthy cause.

Barrie Colts captain Cordell James has been traded to the Owen Sound Attack. BARRIE EXAMINER/FILE PHOTO

Colts deal captain to Owen Sound

The Barrie Colts deal to send captain Cordell James to the Owen Sound Attack before Monday's noon trade deadline for overagers was as much about doing right by the player as it was for what they got in return.

Colts mauled by Greyhounds

It was a tall task for the Barrie Colts. Playing their third game in as many nights, the Colts had to take on the powerful Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds.

The Barrie Sharks peewee ‘AA’ team recently won the Bell Capital Cup. The Barrie Sharks peewee ‘AA’ team includes goalies Emma Wedgewood and Calli Hogarth. In the front row, from left, are Ruby Mills, Ireland McCloskey, Mackenzie Keenan, Abby Robinson, Georgia Babcock, Taylor Battaglia, Eden Dusome and Paige McGuire. In the back row, from left, are head coach Mike White, trainer Susan McGuire, assistant coach Parker Robinson, Montelene Dymond, Ashlin Baker, Jayden Bell, Sydney White, Devon Sponagle, Emily Hill, Taliya Hildebrandt, as well as assistant coaches Derek Hildebrandt and Scott Hogarth. SUBMITTED

Sharks fin-ish strong

The Barrie Sharks peewee ‘AA’ team closed out 2016 in Ottawa by winning one of the country's most prestigious tournaments, the Bell Capital Cup.

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