Big wins for Cummings Lodge in Oceaneering U-14 Indoor hockey


The second day of the Oceaneering Under-14 Indoor Hockey League at St. Stanislaus College saw strong performances by first time participants, Cummings Lodge Secondary School (CLSS).

With Cummings Lodge entering two female teams in their first-ever competition, it was the CLSS Samurais who tasted their first victory with a defeat of Richard Ishmael Secondary School 8-1.

Jaron Isadore of SHC Minion being challenged by GCC’s Kyle Couchman

All eight of the Samurai’s goals were scored by the standout female player of the day, Sarysha Phillips.

It was the CLSS Scouts turn next, and they also came out victorious by edging past North Ruimveldt Multilateral 2-0 and returned later to defeat Richard Ishmael’s RISS Top Shelf Titans 4-2.

Keitana Percival was the outstanding player for the Scouts and scored two goals in each match.

Kadence Belony meanwhile, scored all six goals for the GCC Challengers to give them an easy victory over Hikers Junior Jets.

Eli Atwell of SHC Minion trying to find a way through the GCC defence

In the Boys competition, YMCA Old Fort, led by an eight-goal tally from Richard Marques, dominated the RISS Blade Running 10-0.

The GCC Outlaws meanwhile, had their hands full against the SHC Minions, and narrowly escaped with a 3-2 victory in one of the most exciting matches of the afternoon.

Points standing (Girls competition)

CLSS Scouts- 9

GCC Challengers- 4

SHC Sensations- 3

CLSS Samurais- 3

RISS Top Shelf Titans- 1

Hikers Junior Jets- 0

Multi- 0

Point standing (Boys competition)

GCC Outlaws- 6

YMCA Old Fort- 3

SHC Minions- 3

GCC Pitbulls- 0

Multi- 0

RISS Blade Running- 0

The league will be put on pause on Friday due to the Independence Day holiday. It will resume on June 2 at Marian Academy.

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