Morning Recap | Westport, Renfrew and Ottawa pick up wins on Saturday

Photo: Davide Disipio / Article: Mason Detre


Ottawa, Ontario – Originally, there were suppose to be five games on the schedule for Saturday but only three games were played. Alexandria vs Athens and Ottawa West vs Carleton Place were postponed due to weather and road conditions throughout the night.

Westport 8, Arnprior 3

Blake Kettyle extends his point streak to six games by collecting his third hat trick of the season. During the night, he collected three goals and two assists. It’s also the third time this season that Kettyle collect 5+ points in a game.

Other notable performances were Matthew Seed adding four assists, Ty Nicholson (1G /2A) and Sean James (2G / 1A) each tallied three points. Anthony Ieradi collected a shorthanded goal on a 5 on 3 power play for Arnrpior.

The Rideaus have won four of their last five games and have scored eight goals in back-to-back home games. Danny Carroll collects two goals in a three-point game in the loss for Arnprior. Shots were 54-40 for Westport and were 3-for-6 on the power play.

F/SO | Renfrew 4, Brockville 3

Renfrew continues to roll with three consecutive wins at home. Noah Maika scores the shootout in the fifth round. Austin Holmes extended his point streak to two games with 1 G / 1 A while Kuehl and Fleming were the other goal scorers for Renfrew.

Cole Jelly collected 1 G / 1 A while Riley Youngs and Owen Mahoney each net one goal as Brockville picks up a point in a shootout loss. Shots were 41-38 in the game for Brockville. The Tikis finish up the weekend against Athens on Sunday night.

Ottawa 5, Char-Lan 1

It was a big night for Alex Frechette, who is playing in his second game in a Canadians uniform after spending the first half of the season with the Rockland Nationals. He collected 2 G / 1A and all of his points came in the third period.

Nicolas Seguin netted one goal and added two assists for a three-point game. Carter and Daher added two assists while Mike Hall also netted one goal for a multi-point game. Conor Corrigan was excellent in between the pipes by making 24 saves for his 9th win this season. OJC is 2-3 to start 2020.

Elie was the only goal scorer for Char-Lan in the loss. The Rebels have loss three of their last four games. Shots were equal at 25. Ottawa’s power play was 1-for-2 while the Rebels went 1-for-3 on the man advantage.