The Haverhill Gazette
---- — Minor League Floor Hockey Week 7
Rice & Brouillard Electric took the victory over the second place team, Fantini Bakery, in a very close game. Rice & Brouillard trailed by two goals until the third period. The score was 4-2 at the beginning of the third period, and Fantini Bakery had the lead. Ryan Wentworth, Victor Pereyra and Tyler Rice each scored a goal in the third period to secure the win for Rice & Brouillard. Fantini Bakery has a 4-2-1 record, and Rice & Brouillard has a 4-3 record.
Stymies Pizza secured another win, this time over Javier’s Market. Jayden Arias scored a four goals for Stymies Pizza in the showdown. Javier’s Market suffered its seventh consecutive loss of the season. Stymies Pizza walked away with a 3-4 record and Javier’s Market has a 0-7 record.
Arty’s Roast Beef came out in full force against American Resource Staffing. Angel Simpson and Nicholas Terrileeach each scored a goal to secure the win for Arty’s Roast Beef. American Resource Staffing had trouble getting the puck in the net the entire game, resulting in a shutout for Arty’s Roast Beef. American Resource Staffing has a 3-4 record and Arty’s Roast Beef held onto first place with a 6-0-1 record.
JV Floor Hockey League Week 6
Sparky’s Wings and Things took the victory over Starr Painting. Eric Fila played strong in goal in the entire game for Sparky’s Wings and Things, which made it very difficult for Starr Painting to get a goal. Matthew Conte and Anthony Conte each scored one goal for Sparky’s Wings and Things for a 2-0 lead at the end of the second period. Joe Santoro scored a goal in the third period with 5:06 left for Starr Painting, but Eric Fila made sure Starr Painting didn’t score again with his strong goaltending. Starr Painting has a 1-5 record and Sparky’s Wings and Things has a 4-2 record.
JV League Floor Hockey makeup game, Week 6
Don Wilson made a huge comeback from last place and won in an overtime shootout period against the first place team, AZ Landscaping. It was a shutout the entire game, with both teams playing great defensive. In the overtime shootout, Daniel Smith scored the goal for the victory. Early in the season, Don Wilson had a difficult time getting a win, but now is tied for second place with a 4-3 record. AZ Landscaping is in first place with a 5-2 record.
No Major League Floor Hockey was played due to early school release.
Minor League Basketball Week 8
Jacqueline’s Grocery Store walked away tied for first place after beating the last place team, Richdale Convenience Store. Cristian Ovalles scored 16 points to secure the win for Jacqueline’s Grocery Store. Enrique Alvarado scored a season high 10 points for Richdale Convenience Store, but it wasn’t enough. Jacqueline’s Grocery Store is now tied for first place with a 5-3 record. Richdale Convenience Store has a 1-7 record.
Carlos Rivera played a huge role with 22 points in Shoe City Hardware’s victory over Fireside Restaurant & Pub. The two teams are now tied for first place with records of 5 wins and 3 losses. Fireside Restaurant & Pub showed great teamwork and communication, but it wasn’t enough to win the game.
Early Contractors took the win over The Common 1854. Early Contractors started the season off with three consecutive losses, but is now tied for first place. Ryan Whitcomb stepped up as point guard for Early Contractors, and has shown great ball movement. Early Contractors held on late in the close game and the final score was 33-31.
Major League Basketball Week 8
Destiny’s Spanish Market got back on track with a huge victory over JDR’s Auto/Welding & Towing. Stephon Allen showed great ball movement with his teammates, and also scored 28 points in the victory. Michael Whitcomb scored 16 points and Ken Plante scored 19 points for JDR’s Auto/Welding & Towing, but it wasn’t enough for the victory. Both teams are now tied for second place with records of 3 wins and 5 losses.
High Street Market took out Early Contractors to hold onto first place. Navin Cruz and Brendyn Downer showed excellent teamwork in the showdown for High Street Market. Early Contractors gave it their all, but High Street Market was victorious. High Street Market has a 7-1 record and Early Contractors is tied for second place with a 3-5 record.