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Peewee Rockhounds pick up tournament win in New Tecumseth

By: Randy Pascal – Playback

 | Jun 18, 2014 - 2:06 PM |
Backstopped by a 39-save effort from Cloé Douillette, the Sudbury Peewee Rockhounds edged the Oshawa Blue Knights 2-1 in the championship at the  Town of New Tecumseth Renegades Lacrosse Tournament. File photo.

Backstopped by a 39-save effort from Cloé Douillette, the Sudbury Peewee Rockhounds edged the Oshawa Blue Knights 2-1 in the championship at the Town of New Tecumseth Renegades Lacrosse Tournament. File photo.

A pair of lopsided victories did little to prepare the Sudbury Peewee Rockhounds for the final of the Town of New Tecumseth Renegades Lacrosse Tournament, but that wasn't going to stop them.

Racking up back-to-back wins with ease, the Rockhounds tightened up, when needed, in the championship affair, backstopped by a 39-save effort from Cloé Douillette and edging the Oshawa Blue Knights 2-1.

Max Dumais and Max McCue handled the scoring, with McCue earning tournament MVP honours, netting no less than 10 goals in just three games. The locals opened with a 9-0 win over the host Renegades, with McCue scoring four times and Sebastien Chartrand adding a pair.

Cameron Walker, Connor Coutu and Zak Thompson rounded out the scoring for the winners. No slowing down in Game 2 as McCue (5), Aidan Teeter (3) and Ty Parsons (2) helped power the Rockhounds to a 14-1 win over the Orillia Kings (No. 2).

Jared Eadie Chartrand, Parker Farstad, Nolan Peltier Restoule and Walker chipped in with one goal apiece. The roster for the 2014 Sudbury Peewee Rockhounds is comprised of goaltenders Cloé Douillette and Shane Buttineau, as well as Jared Eadie Chartrand, Max McCue, Max Dumais, Cameron Walker, Ty Parsons, Nolan Peltier Restoule, Parker Farstad, Ethan Teeter, Nolan Marion, Ethan Marois, Gianluca Ongaro, Zachary Thompson, Aidan Teeter, Sebastien Chartrand and Connor Coutu.

Team staff features head coach Benoit Douillette, assistants Tim Coutu, Jamie Teeter and Eric Bouchard, trainer Dave Lachance and team manager Joelle Nadeau.

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