Tuesday, November 19, 2013

SISEC Weekend Nov. 15-17

SISEC White would hit the road again for a weekend of games in the NAMHL while Blue stuck around to try and take care of business in their home barn.  A storm was brewing in Alberta leading up to the weekend, but Blue squad failed to provide a frosty greeting to their neighbors from the west, and Selects White were spinning their wheels up north.

SISEC Blue, Nov. 15-17 (Calgary, AB)----

With a big weekend of games, Blue looked to reclaim first place in the CSSHL Varsity division, but the competition had other ideas.  Current first place holder, OHA Red, would shake off an early goal from Blue by newcomer Teddy Bailey to take a commanding 4-1 lead going into the third period.  Selects would get a goal closer in the Third, but it was not to be.  

Later that day, they would welcome OHA's varsity counterpart, OHA Black.  Having beat up on Black earlier in the season, SISEC was licking their chops, and the game did not disappoint.  After a rough first two periods, SISEC again found themselves trailing going into the Third, but it would be Sebastian Powsey that tied up the game in the final minute.  He would add the shootout winner as SISEC took the affair 5-4.

The next morning, they would look to close the weekend with a win, but POE would end Blue's weekend on a sour note, winning a close game 3-2.  Markus Pecnik and Vincent Dekumbis would get the SISEC markers. 

SISEC White, Nov 15-17 (Grand Prairie, AB)------

White squad had their first two games of the weekend cancelled due to poor road conditions.  The conditions in question actually gave driver Timmy Beers and the team bus all it could handle on the road up north.  At one point, the bus actually spun off the road and needed to be guided to safety by the veteran driver.  In Grand Prairie then they would stay for the entire weekend, and there was plenty of anticipation by Sunday to get the party started as SISEC White came out and hammered the aptly named Grand Prairie Storm 6-1, getting 2 goal games from Marshall Skapski and DJ Doak.  They would also receive goals from Emerson Pugh and Jord Smit. 

SISEC White is back to the NAMHL this weekend with a game in Wetaskiwin.  In the meantime, Blue rests up for their big roadtrip in California.  For all up to date scores, news, and schedules, please make sure to visit sisec.ca

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