Mite Bobcats: The Mite Bobcats suffered their third defeat of the season. The Bobcats battled back from four goals down but came up short losing 13-9 to Martha’s Vineyard. Juni Suarez, Krystian Pothel, Derek Gauvin, and Krystian Fiore had the Bobcat goals. Charlie Carroll made several saves to keep the Bobcats in the game as they were short-handed on players.
Squirt Grizzlies: The Gateway Squirt Grizzlies traveled to Orleans and beat the Lower Cape Coyotes with a score of 7-2. Chris Gauvin had a hat trick and an assist to lead the offense. Newcomers Braden MacDonald and Nick Bacchiocchi scored their first goals of the season. Stephen Old and Ben Martins finished the scoring. The defense was led by Stephen Old, Thomas Galavotti, Tyler Kelly and Ben Martins. Ryker King got the win as goalie.
Pee Wee Predators: The Gateway Predators had a tough challenge on Sunday, playing an aggressive Lower Cape team. The Predators came out a little sluggish, but found the back of the net early in the first period when Matt Maloney tapped in a rebound with assists given to Zack Lovendale and brother, Robert. The team seemed to have trouble finding their way after not having played a game for a couple weeks. Tyler Lovendale gave the Predators a 2-0 lead, taking a deflected puck on a breakaway, beating the goalie blocker side. The score remained the same until Zack Lovendale beat the goalie late in the second period on unassisted goal. Quirino doCanto finished the scoring late in the third with a goal beating the goalie 5 hole, assisted by Robert Maloney. Alex DeMarco earned the shutout denying at least two breakaway attempts.
Pee Wee Warriors: The Gateway Warriors defeated the Braintree Silver Pee Wee team 4-1 on Saturday morning at Gallo Arena. A scoreless first period gave way to Jared Westgate finding the back of the net in the opening minute of the second, assisted by Ben DeMoranville. Noah DeMoranville added another Warrior tally in the period, from the sticks of Jackson St. Don and Beth Davis. The Warriors added two more goals in the third, as Danny Flynn and Jake DeMoranville each scored. Robert Ramsay had an assist and Davis would finish the game with two. Zachary Pateakos and Steven Strachan played well in net, allowing the Warriors to stay atop the Yankee Conference standings.