Hornets extend streak to nine games

October 19, 2016   ·   0 Comments

The Alliston Junior C Hornets were 9-0 after Friday (Oct. 14) night’s home game against the Schomberg Cougars at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre.

The Hornets hammer the Cougars 9-2 in a lopsided affair the kept the visitors on defence for most of the night.

“We outplayed them I thought. We had a few breakdowns but thought we still did good,” said Hornets forward Mat- thew Nastaiuk, who notched a hattrick for the night. “We worked them hard for the whole game. We’re a fast paced team. We held them down low. We’re a good down low team.”

The Hornets opened the scoring at 9:50 into the first period on a goal from Ryan McRynolds.

Schomberg responded with a goal two minutes later to tie it up.

The Alliston squad finished off the first with two more goals from Nasta- siuk and Stephen Nosad.

Nastasiuk got his second of the game

just 15 seconds into the second period. Brandon Washer took the feed from Devon Gillham to score and give the Hornets a 5-1 advantage early in the second.

The Cougars scored their second on a powerplay at the midway mark in the frame, but Alliston’s Kyle Lin- ney notched Hornets goal number six to make it a 6-2 game with one period remaining.

The Hornets wrapped up the night shutting out the Schomberg squad in the third period and scoring three more to end it.

Nastasiuk scored early for his hat- trick, followed by Drake Board and Mitch Livingston notching singles to end the game at 9-2.

The Hornets remain undefeated with 18 points as of Friday night.

They are followed by the Stayner Siskins in second place with a 7-2 record and 14 points and the Huntsville Otters with ten points and a 5-4 record – good for the number three spot.

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