Oxbow and Carievale advance in provincials

The Oxbow Huskies and the Carievale Storm will meet in the second round of the peewee D provincial tournament.

Oxbow secured a spot in the second round this past weekend. In a two-game, total-goal series, the Huskies defeated the Avonlea Thunder 17-10. Game 1 ended in a 7-7 tie in Avonlea on Jan. 25, and Game 2 saw the Huskies win 10-3 in Oxbow on Feb. 2.

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Jackson Hansen scored three times in Game 1, including twice in the third period, and Tayson Dietze had two goals in 10 seconds in the second period of that game. Kash Millions and Griffin Currie also scored.

The Huskies jumped out to a 5-1 lead after the first period of Game 2 to essentially ice the series. Hansen and Talys Brock scored twice in the first period, and Preston Maguire also scored. Millions, Dietze and Mason Beriault added to the advantage in the second.

Jacob Meyer and Griffin Currie added goals in the third.

Lincoln Spencer was in goal for both games.

As for the Storm, they defeated Cupar 8-5 in their two-game series in the first round. Carievale won Game 1 4-2 and took Game 2 4-3.

The second round will also be a two-game, total-goal series. Games are to be completed by Feb. 18. 

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