Gateway Youth Hockey Update

Lady Jaguars: A day of firsts for the Lady Jaguars as they came up with their first win of the season against the Cape Cod Waves girls’ team despite a few players missing. In the first period, Julia Elicier put the first goal on the board less than 3 minutes into the game. Then Caitlin Sweeney came up with two additional goals. The scoring continued with Makayla Lorance scoring her first goal of the season, ending the first period with a score of 4-0. Bethany Davis then opened the second period with her first goal of the season with a great shot from the defensive line. Before the period was over RJ Vickery also scored. Ryley Bridges and Emily Roberge also did their part on a great offensive line. But it was Caitlin Sweeney that came up with a hat trick to end the game with a score of 7-0 with Chris Gauvin in net.

Mite Bobcats: The Mite Bobcats lost a hard-fought battle to Nantucket 15-10. The Bobcats came out flying with first period goals by Juni Suarez and Krystian Pothel with two apiece. Charlie Carroll had 45 saves in a spectacular performance stopping another penalty shot. The Bobcats were up by two at the end of the first. Nantucket came back with a goal off the face off to start the second. The game was back and forth with teams trading goal after goal. Nantucket scored a goal on a breakaway and poured it on from there. Derek Gauvin and Christian Fiore also had goals for the Bobcats. Carroll made save after save with the Bobcats being heavily out-shot. The Bobcats played their best game and never gave up against the undefeated Nantucket squad.

Squirt Grizzlies: On Saturday, the Squirt Grizzlies traveled down to Tony Kent and lost to YD 9-4 in Cape League action. The offense was lead by Tyler Lovendale who scored all four goals of the day. Chris Gauvin played well in goal. On Sunday, the Squirt Grizzlies traveled to Pembroke and defeated Hanover 3-0 in a Yankee Conference game. Thomas Galavotti, Chris Gauvin, and Ryker King each scored one, Stephen Old, Bailey Tie, and Ben Martins each had an assist. After turning away his first penalty shot and other quality chances, Matt Quinlan earned his first shutout win.

Pee Wee Warriors: The Gateway Warriors defeated the Barnstable Pee Wee team at Gallo Arena on Saturday morning, 5-1. After being blanked by Barnstable in the first period, Warrior defenseman Jake Demoranville scored on an assist from fellow blue-liner, Jameson Woodward. Three minutes later, Zachary Barris gave the Warriors the lead for good, assisted by Danny Flynn. Robert Ramsay closed out the period with a goal of his own, assisted by Demoranville. The third period opened with Ramsay adding his second goal of the game, assisted by Barris. In the closing minutes of the game, Jared Westgate picked up an assist when Demoranville added his second goal. Zachary Pateakos and Steven Strachan shared the net-minding duties and the victory.

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