Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Jaguars unbeaten in hockey action
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Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 12 Jan 2007, p. 16


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Lauren Gilpin's power-play marker with just under three minutes to play in the third period gave Christ the King's Jaguars a 2-1 victory over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in high school girls' hockey at Burlington on Tuesday afternoon. Sonja Bradley made several superb saves to preserve the win for the Jaguars, who moved into first place in the Tier I Division with a 4-0-1 record. Brittany Metcalfe had opened the scoring for Christ the King with a slap shot goal from the point. Next up for the Jags is a home game Monday against winless Oakville-Trafalgar at the Alcott Arena starting at 2:50 p.m. BASKETBALL: Acton's senior Bearcats won twice this week to tighten up the top tier of the Halton boys' North Division hoops standings while the Georgetown

Rebels remain undefeated at 7-0. The 'Cats downed E.C. Drury in Milton 63-37 on Wednesday led by T.J. Fry's 24point effort. Centre Adam Grove and Josh Essiembre had 19 points apiece for Acton in their 68-37 home win over Milton District. Georgetown ran past Milton 63-44 on Wednesday and Christ the King's Jaguars 5226 Monday afternoon. Dalton Olinoski had 22 points for the first-place Rebels. VOLLEYBALL: Christ the King's junior girls are 6-2 heading into the exam break after defeating Bishop Reding two sets to none on Wednesday. Nicole Abernethy led the Jags at the net and key defensive plays came from Dayna Noltie and Nicole Myronyk. The junior Bearcats prevailed over E.C. Drury 14-25, 25-19, 15-8.


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12 Jan 2007
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Halton.News.223307
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Jaguars unbeaten in hockey action