Bantam B house Glens skate to St. Isidore tournament championship

Things are going rather swimmingly this season for the Alexandria Glens bantam ‘B’ house hockey team, which last weekend skated unbeaten through the field at a tournament in St. Isidore, en route to claiming the championship.

The boys were a perfect 5-0 at the even that ran November 29 through December 1 and was hosted by Les Aigles de St-Isidore.

In the Glens’ opener on Friday, Alexandria skated to a 5-3 victory over the host St. Isidore Aigles #1 team. The next day, in their second round-robin action, the boys pasted the Gloucester Cougars 10-0.

Later on Saturday in quarter-final play, the Glens got past the St. Isidore Aigles #2 squad with an 8-2 win to advance to the final day of action.

Sunday morning’s semifinal was closer 2-1 victory over the Brockville Bears #2.

In the championship match, the Glens finished with an exclamation point, triumphing 6-1 over Ottawa East #3.

Jayden Leroux scored 14 goals for Alexandria in the tournament. As a team, the Glens potted 31 goals. At the other end of the ice, goaltender Hugo Decoste allowed only 7 goals total throughout the entire competition.

MVPs of the games were Jayden Leroux, Alexandre MacDonald, Kael Cameron, Donnie Levert, and Nathan Sabourin.

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Alexandria’s bantam ‘B’ Glens house hockey team members celebrate winning the championship of a tournament in St. Isidore. Standing in back, from left, are Tim Lampron (trainer), Alain Borris (head coach), Caleb Marelic, Joey Ladouceur (assistant coach), and Nick Leroux (assistant coach). Middle row: Kael Cameron, Mikael Lampron, Samuel Dupuis, Donnie Levert, Tristan Ladouceur (A), Alexandre MacDonald, Zeph Lajoie (A), Brandon Borris, Jayden Leroux (C), Nathan Sabourin, and Maxime Menard. In front is goaltender Hugo Decoste. Absent from photo: Nathaniel Nadeau, Desmond Clark, and Logan Campeau. (submitted photo)

In regular-season league play, the Glens are 9-0 thus far.

At the tournament, Char-Lan’s entry went 1-1 in the round-robin, before losing 3-2 to the Kanata Blazers in the consolation semifinal. In league play, the Rebels stand with an 8-1 record.

The NGS Braves won their two round-robin games in St. Isidore, before being eliminated by finalist Ottawa East #3. The Braves are fourth in league standings, with a record of 4-5-1.

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