Athol Credit Union wins battle of banks

  • Hunter Desreuisseau maintains possession for Hometown Bank at 202 Sports Complex, Monday in Orange.  FOR THE ATHOL DAILY NEWS/MIKE PHILLIPS

  • Aaiden Hippler of Hometown Bank looks to make a play at 202 Sports Complex, Monday in Orange. FOR THE ATHOL DAILY NEWS/MIKE PHILLIPS

  • Ryder Ducharme (left), of Hometown Bank, and Lucas Hart, of North Central Mass Trash, fight for possession at 202 Sports Complex, Monday in Orange. FOR THE ATHOL DAILY NEWS/MIKE PHILLIPS

  • Liam Swindlehurst, of North Central Mass Trash, clears the ball at 202 Sports Complex, Monday in Orange. FOR THE ATHOL DAILY NEWS/MIKE PHILLIPS

  • Ryder Ducharme (left), of Hometown Bank, and Lucas Hart, of North Central Mass Trash, fight for possession at 202 Sports Complex, Monday in Orange. FOR THE ATHOL DAILY NEWS/MIKE PHILLIPS

  • The 2019 Beaver/Cadet champions, Athol Credit Union, after a 4-0 win over Athol Savings, Monday in Orange. COURTESY/202 SPORTS

Staff Writer
Published: 5/24/2019 10:51:45 AM

 Athol Credit Union defeated Athol Savings Bank, 4-0, to claim the Beaver/Cadet dek hockey championship at 202 Sports Complex in Orange on Monday.

Loki Rhodes led the way for the Creditors with three goals.

Gabe Hume added a goal and an assist. 

The loss was the first of the season for Athol Savings (6-1-2). 

During the regular season Elijah Richards led the Creditors (6-1-2) with 12 goals and three assists.

Second on the team in points was Logan Hume with 12 goals and two points.

Ben Kearney (nine) and Cordelia Rhodes (eight) were third and fourth in points respectively.

The Bankers got a monster regular season from Kam Elliotte who had 26 goals and three assists.

Next on Athol Saving on the points list was Lily Fahey with nine goals and three assists.

Hopkins Masonry’s (2-4-2) Camden Hopkins (seven), Ethyn Clayton (six) and Elizabeth Hall (four) led the Masons in scoring. 

Orange Oil (2-5-1) got a solid season from Connor Mahony who scored 11 points with 10 goals.

Brodie Gagne was next on the points lists with three goals and five assists for the Oilers.

Brad Matthews’ Landscaping (3-2-3) got a 19 point season from Cody Bridgwood with 18 goals.

Caleb Sexton was next with 11 goals and Derek Plummer was third in scoring with seven points. 

Evan Dubrule led Hagelberg Trucking (1-6-2) led the Truckers with 14 goals and two assists which was good for third overall in the league.

Tori Hagelberg chipped in with four points for the season.

Penguin

In a pair of semifinals games on Monday, Red Apple Farm and North Central Mass Trash advanced to the finals scheduled for Thursday at 6 p.m.

The Apples defeated Athol Police, 4-2.

Cody Preisch scored twice for Red Apple Farm. Jack McConologue and Mason Monte also scored for the Apples.

Hailey Cummings scored twice for Ahol Police.

Mass Trash beat the Hometown Bank 5-1.

Lucas Hart scored four goals with Cameron Gould adding another for Mass Trash.

Ryder Ducharme scored for the Bankers. 


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