Hawks Midget C champs


WESTVILLE – Matt Munroe fired four goals as the Thorburn C1 Hawks downed the C2 Hawks 7-4 on Sunday in the championship game of the Bradley Crowther Memorial Midget C minor hockey tournament at the Westville Miners Sports Centre.

Keegan Martin, Aiden Whytewood and Riley Cameron also scored for the C1 Hawks.

Bryce Thomsen scored twice, while Kyle Geddes and Logan Quinn answered for the C2 Hawks.

The C1 Hawks advanced to the championship by shutting out the host Westville Blue Miners 2-0 earlier on Sunday.

Munroe’s three goals paced the C1 Hawks’ 5-2 victory over the Bedford Blues on Saturday.

Evan MacCarthy scored twice and John Musick added three assists as the Pictou Maripacs blanked the C1 Hawks 4-0. Dylan Rafuse and Justin Gillis also scored.

Musick, Josh Graham and Ethan Dewar scored for Pictou in a 3-3 tie with the Westville White Miners. Brayden MacDonald scored twice and Colby MacKay once for the Miners.

Mike Green and Alicia Parker scored for the CI Hawks in a 2-1 decision against Westville White. MacDonald scored Westville’s goal.

Quinn tallied twice as the C2 Hawks edged Westville Blue 4-3. Caleb Coolen and Storm Enfield got the other Hawks goals.

Christian MacLeod scored for Westville Blue in a 4-1 loss to Bedford.

Eight teams played in the Keith MacLean Bantam C tournament.

Jachob Greene scored twice and Cole Greene, Logan Beaton and Jamie Bate once each in Westville’s 5-0 victory over the New Glasgow Bombers.

Baillie Langille, Ethan Chapman, Cooper McNamara, Ryan MacKay and Justin Leduc scored in Pictou’s 5-2 victory over Thorburn. Luke Fraser and Forrest Link replied for the Hawks.

Mitchell Hardy and Tyler Prescott scored in Pictou’s 3-2 loss to Dartmouth.

Roland Atwater scored for Westville in a 5-1 loss to Canso.

Breton MacDonnell, Colby Niles and Dennis Moore scored for New Glasgow in a 7-3 loss to Canso.

Michelle Stone, left, of the Westville Miners White team watches the puck elude her in front of the Thorburn goal during Midget Action. (Goodwin photo)

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