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Terriers roll over foes, win tournament title at Pittsburgh event

The Millwood Logistics 15A squad went undefeated in round-robin play before earning a hard-fought 3-0 win over Columbus in the title game
The Millwood Logistics 15A hockey team went undefeated, winning the Presidents Cup tournament title in Pittsburgh over the weekend. In the far back is assistant coach Aaron Tryon. In the back row, from left: Sam Weaver, Kyson Campbell, Eric Shellswell, Brock McKay, Craig Scott, Hudson Inglis, head coach Jay Lacroix, Caden Shellswell, Jack North Preston Tryon, Ben Lacroix, Jackson Long, Josh Dimmelow, assistant coach Kyle Fisher and assistant coach Brian Shellswell. Front: Isaac Cansino, Cooper Anderson, Steven Skentzos, John McLeod and Kyle Macinnis.

The Millwood Logistics 15A hockey team returned from Pittsburgh with big smiles and medals after winning the Presidents Cup AA Championship

The Orillia squad went 4-0 in round-robin play with wins against Columbus Capitals, Keystone Wild, South Pittsburgh Rebellion and Hampton Road Warriors. 

Monday afternoon's championship — on the President's Day holiday in the U.S. — pitted the Terriers against a hungry Columbus team that was looking to exact revenge from an earlier loss. 

Orillia opened the scoring in the first and did not look back, getting a late goal to seal the championship thanks to an impressive 3-0 victory.

Goal scorers were Caden Cheslock (5), Izzie Cansino (3), Eric Shellswell, Hudson Inglis and John McLeod (with two each) and singles by Jackson Long, Josh Dimmelow, Ben Lacroix, Brock McKay, Kyson Campbell, Preston Tryon, and Jack North 

Assists were recorded by Dimmelow (3), Lacroix, McKay, Steven Skentzos and Cooper Anderson with two apiece, and single helpers were tallied by Craig Scott, Campbell McLeod, Inglis, and Cansino.

Sam Weaver and Kyle Macinnes played outstanding in goal all weekend.

The Terriers are in middle of the playoffs, playing Thursday at Rotary Place in a 6:50 p.m. contest against Newmarket.

The ultimate goal is to bring home the gold at the upcoming OHF Championships in Orillia April 19-21.


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