Gateway teams persevere despite tough losses

Nov 20, 2017
Courtesy of: Gateway Youth Hockey Myrick O'Neill-O'Connell, goalie for the Mite House team, before the game against Lower Cape on Saturday, November 18.

Wareham — Several teams from the Gateway Youth Hockey League, which is based in Wareham and accepts players from the tri-town, remain undaunted after tough losses over the weekend.

Mite C Team

The Gladiators Mite C team took on a very tough Martha's Vineyard team this weekend, skating away with a loss. Scoring for the Gladiators were Tomas doCanto, assisted by Jake Lovendale, and an unassisted goal scored by Kaden Silva. In the netl Caden Kosboski faced 71 shots and made many saves. The Gladiators will enjoy a holiday bye week before returning to action on December 2.

Mite House Team

The Mite House team faced off with Lower Cape on Saturday, November 18, and although they played well they came up short in the end. In net, Myrick O’Neil-O’Connell, was stellar, only allowing 15 goals. The offensive attack was strong, as all players skated hard and fought for the puck. Kaden Silva led the scoring, with five goals for the Gladiators. Brooke Whiteley scored two goals. Jack Wronski, Kaleigh Silva and Isabella Goll also added goals. Jalayla Tillery’s hustle and passing helped set up two goals, while Bentley Killion, Brodie Yaew and Peyton Ladd all contributed with strong play in both ends of the rink.

Peewee B Team

The Peewees faced off against Nantucket on Saturday November 18, in Marion. Playing their best game of the season as a team, the Gladiators were defeated 4-0 in the end. Although they came up short, the players hustled and controlled most of the game. In net, Tucker Roy stopped 16 of 20 shots.

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