News from Gateway Youth Hockey
The Gateway Youth Hockey Mites 1 team beat Lower Cape on Saturday, Jan. 26, with a score of 18-0. Brendan Burke scored five goals, and Ryker King scored his first goal since joining the Mites. Both Matthew Quinlan and Juni Suarez each had hat tricks, and Meghan Craig earned the shut-out.
Tyler Kelly was the winning goalie in the afternoon half-ice game in Falmouth vs. the Canal Mites, with Burke scoring another eight goals, helping the Mites clinch first place in the Falmouth Cross-Ice League. On Sunday, Jan. 27, the Mite 1 team pulled out a 7-5 win against Lower Cape with Suarez scoring four goals to put Gateway on top.
The Gateway IceWolves walked away with their 13th win of the season, with a score of 9-0. Quirino doCanto had a hat trick and an assist, and Tyler Lovendale had two goals and an assist. Lovendale is now just six points from joining doCanto in the 100-point club.
The Gateway Sharks faced the D-Y Waves at Hetland Arena on Sunday, Jan. 27. Gateway won the game 3-0, earning Alex DeMarco another shut out.
After getting an early goal from Zack Lovendale, the Gateway Gladiators skated to a 2-2 tie with the Lower Cape Coyotes at Hetland on Sunday, Jan. 27.
The home team took a 2-1 lead deep into the third period. Needing a win, the Gladiators' playoff hopes are now in jeopardy. They’ll have a shot at redemption next weekend as the Gladiators travel to Orleans to take on the LCCYH Fancy team.
The Gateway Bantams broke their winning streak this weekend, losing a tough game to Hanover. A win would have put the team in second place in the Yankee Conference. The final score was 6-3.
The Gateway middle school team lost to Norton, 4-1, in Walpole on Friday, Jan. 25. The game started with aggressive defense from both teams and a nearly scoreless first period, until Norton found the net, coaches said.
Wareham did not get on the board until the end of the third period, when Sean Kelso scored off an assist by Noah DeMoranville. By then, the damage had been done, with Norton scoring once in the second period and twice in the third.