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Will Normandeau scored twice and added a pair of assists because the C.P. Allen Cheetahs defeated the Riverview Ravens 6-2 to seize the Faculty Sport Nova Scotia Division 1 boys’ hockey championship on Monday in Bedford.
Max Baldwin added a pair within the title win whereas Evan Amirault and Cooper Hickey had singles.
Matthew Burke and Aiden Stanwick replied for the Ravens.
The Cheetahs superior to the championship sport with a 5-3 victory over the Citadel Phoenix within the morning semifinal. Baldwin and Owen Forsythe every netted a pair within the win, whereas Amirault had one. AJ Metlej, Finn Merritt and Ethan Legere countered for the Phoenix.
Within the different semifinal, Matthew Burke scored twice because the Ravens doubled the Lockview Dragons 4-2. Braedy MacKenzie and Luc Sampson added singles for Riverview, whereas Bailey Conrad had each Lockview objectives.
Keezaidra Smith scored 15 factors and Courteya Olivier-Fraser 14 because the Auburn Drive Eagles defeated the Halifax West Warriors 60-50 to seize the provincial Division 1 ladies’ banner on Sunday in New Glasgow.
Olivia Logan netted 18 and Ally McLean 11 for the Warriors.
Ali Oluyole scored 18 and Lily Walsh and Vanessa Penny 16 every as Horton edged Armbrae 63-62 for the bronze medal.
Emily Nunu-Sabean had 16 and Sasha Dabb 13 for Armbrae.
Kalia Smith scored 32 factors and Grace Walton added 27 as Northeast Kings Schooling Centre downed West Kings 84-49 within the championship sport in Canning on Monday.
Margo MacLeod added 12 within the win. Chloe Palmer scored 17 and Jessica Ramsey 12 for West Kings.
Within the bronze medal sport, Molly Sancton scored 26 factors and Abby Sancton 20 as Sacred Coronary heart edged Amherst 72-69. Pia Lacuesta added 14 within the win. Maddison Weir scored 19, Olivia Bacon 18 and Hailey Johnson 15 for Amherst.
Religion Atkinson poured in 26 factors as host Springhill downed Oxford 66-52 to win the provincial banner. Jorja Spicer and Lynsey Gallagher every added 11 factors for Shelburne, whereas Desitre Chetfield had 15 factors for Oxford.
Within the bronze medal sport, Halle Williams scored 20 factors as Shelburne defeated Pugwash 54-43. Chloe Goucher added 15 factors within the win.
Ming Sanderson scored 15 and Jamee Rushton and Marina Allen 13 every for Pugwash.
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Within the bronze medal contest, Etienne Pahlke and Marduche Kabengere every scored 21 factors as Sommet downed Forest Heights 81-69. Kennan MacDonald added 20 and Jacob Breenann 13 for Sommet. Ayden Allan had 25 and Matthew Morrow 19 for Forest Heights.
The gold medal sport was performed afterward Monday.