Twelve goals were scored in a Bermuda Ball Hockey double-header at the PCC Hockey Rink in the latest round of League action.
Lone Star Brahmas 4 Allen Americans 3
The Lone Star Brahmas edged the Allen Americans 4 – 3 in the opener. The Lone Star Brahmas got single strikes from Matthew Benson, Chris Cairns, Chad Cundliffe and Andrew Leavy, while the Allen Americans got 2 goals off the stick of Jeffrey Ingelman and a single strike from Ian Beaudion.
Manitoba Moose 2 Red Army 3
The Red Army won the nightcap edging the Manitoba Moose 3 – 2. The Red Army got two goals from Bill Calko and a single strike from Christopher Merritt, while Andrew Bonner scored both goals for the Manitoba Moose.
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Bermuda Ball Hockey Stats & Standings
With the League matches at PCC Hockey Rink rained out, www.islandstats.com takes a look at the Current Stats and Standings in the 2019/20 Bermuda Ball Hockey League.
The Lone Star Brahmas are the League Leaders with 23 points, while the Muskegon Lumberjacks are in second and have 21 points, the Milwaukee Admirals and the Red Army currently are T3rd place with 17 points.
Jeremy Estey from the Muskegon Lumberjacks leads the League in Points with 29, he is also the League leading goalscorer alongside Ryan Marshall with 14 goals, Christopher Merritt from the Red Army has 26 points and is in second place. Robbie Bailey from the Milwaukee Admirals is third with 25 points.
With a 2.57% Goal Against, Y Leclerc from the Muskegon Lumberjacks leads the Goal Keeping Department, Scott Steele is in second with 2.78% Average representing the Lone Star Brahmas. Derek Farmer from the Manitoda Moose is in third with a 2.83% Average.
Bermuda Ball Hockey Division Standings
23 Lone Star Brahmas 21 Muskegon Lumberjacks 17 Milwaukee Admirals 17 Red Army 15 Quad City Mallards 15 San Francisco Spiders 07 Allen Americans 05 Manitoba Moose
Bermuda Ball Hockey Points Leaders
29 Jeremy Estey - Muskegon Lumberjacks 26 Christopher Merritt - Red Army 25 Robbie Bailey - Milwaukee Admirals 23 Matthew Benson - Lone Star Brahmas 22 Ross Rufiange - Milwaukee Admirals 21 Jon Talbot - Lone Star Brahmas 20 Christopher Jackson - Red Army 16 Ryan Marshall - Quad City Mallards 16 Brandon Willett - Muskegon Lumberjacks 15 Curran Trenouth - Milwaukee Admirals
Bermuda Ball Hockey Leading Goalscorers
14 Jeremy Esty - Muskegon Lumberjacks 14 Ryan Marshall - Quad City Mallards 13 Robbie Bailey - Milwaukee Admirals 12 Christopher Merritt - Red Army 12 Ross Rufiange - Milwaukee Admirals 11 Matthew Benson - Lone Star Brahmas
Bermuda Ball Hockey Goalkeeper Leaders
2.57 Yan Leclerc - Muskegon Lumberjacks 2.78 Scott Steele - Lone Star Brahmas 2.83 Derek Farmer - Manitoba Moose 3.10 Derrick Holmes - Milwaukee Admirals 3.75 Yves Paul - Allen Americans
Monday, December 09, 2019
Bermuda Ball Hockey League Round Up
The Bermuda Ball Hockey League season resumed with a double header that produced 19 goals.
San Francisco Spiders 6 Lone Star Brahmas 5
In the opener the San Francisco Spiders edged the Lone Star Brahmas 6 – 5 on a shootout goal off the stick of Adrian Stromberg.
During regulation time the San Francisco Spiders got 4 goals from Sebastien Senechal and a single strike from Stromberg, while the Lone Star Brahmas got 3 goals from Chad Cundliffe and 2 from Jacob Notermann.
Allen Americans 3 Quad City Mallards 5
In the nightcap the Quad City Mallards defeated the Allen Americans 5 – 3.
Ryan Marshall led the Quad City Mallards to victory with a hat-trick, they would also get single strikes off he sticks of Jeff Morash and Amthony Kapsimalis, while the Allen Americans got 2 goals from Chris Allington and a single strike from Jacob Marchant.
Sunday, December 08, 2019
Bermuda Field Hockey Round Up
Ravens 4 Pink Robins 8
In the lone game of the weekend in Bermuda Field Hockey action the Pink Robins defeated the Ravens 8 – 4.
The Pink Robins would earn the win with 4 goals off the stick of Lexi D’Angelo, while Emma Ranger added a hat-trick and Sam Spencer added the other.
While the Ravens got 2 goals from Jessica Hollis, and single strikes from Sharmani Samuels and Anti Rabain.
Saturday, December 07, 2019
Bermuda Fall to New York at the Sports Center
Bermuda Hockey Academy 2 New York Islanders Field Hockey Club 7
The New York Islanders Field Hockey Club were crowned the Islanders Cup Match Champions following their 7 – 2 win over the Bermuda Hockey Academy.
The New York Islanders were led by Kemar Mitchell who scored a hat-trick all via Penalty Corners, while Leon Kerr, Ali Lokey, Dwaine Mendez and Peter Alleyne all added a goal each.
Finding the back of the net for Bermuda were Rees Young and Donnie Simmons.