IBHL action has some big scores

May 15, 2017   ·   0 Comments

After three weeks of action, 360º Tire Service are sitting on top of the standings with three wins in the Inglewood Ball Hockey League.
George’s Arena Sports and Mr. Handyman are sharing second place with four points each. We Are Creative picked up their first goals and win of the campaign May 2 to enter into a tie for fourth with Carney Plumbing. Caledon Hills Cycling at still looking for their first points in the standings.
360º Tire 7, Carney 1
360º Tire rolled over Carney this night, giving no quarter.
Point getters for the Tire guys were Wendle Simpson, Frankie Carricatio, Mike Ferguson, Travis Bannon, Dustin Buss, Jeff Ferguson, Marco Franza, Andy Williams, Simon Nicholson, and Jake Sterritt. Carney’s lone marksman was Terry Leonard from Chris Unwin and Ryan Zimmerman.
George’s 3, Mr. Handyman 2
In the closest game of the night, George’s were able to hold on and get past Mr. Handyman for the win.
Net nabbing for George’s were Luigi D’Agostino from JP Labardo and Nick Franseze, Matt Scida from Adam Fraccaro, and Chris Mete from Labardo. Handyman hammers were dropped by JT Gore from Nathan Irvine, and Nathan Forer from Philip DeFrancesco.
We Are Creative 7, Caledon Hills 1
The last game it was much the same as the first one, with no quarter given by We Are Creative, getting creative over Caledon Hills.
Goal getters for We Are Creative were Dillon Cole with a pair, Sandra Perdeaux, Tony Sousa with three and Josh D’Eri, with helpers from Mark Zijlstra, Perdeaux, Anthony Mellace, Gavin D’Eri, Mike Gignac, Kyle Bachorski, Cole and J. D’Eri. The Cycling cycler was Travis Cassar from Kyle Dalcin and Dave Phillips.



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