Timbits show off their stuff

Community Mar 02, 2011 Ancaster News

In the final game of the regular season, the Tim Hortons’ Timbits White and Black teams demonstrated the skills they have been working on for the past four months.

In the closest game of the season, the two teams battled hard for the puck and showed great improvement.

Goalies Bryce Sinclair and Foster Deighton looked like seasoned veterans, blocking shots and making diving saves.

This week, it was Black's turn to take the win with goals by Justin Hill (2) and Matthew McKelvey. For White, Owen Fisher took Deighton wide and fired it into the opposite side of the net. Jack Gillis was a dynamo for White, making great plays on offence.

Timbits show off their stuff

Community Mar 02, 2011 Ancaster News

In the final game of the regular season, the Tim Hortons’ Timbits White and Black teams demonstrated the skills they have been working on for the past four months.

In the closest game of the season, the two teams battled hard for the puck and showed great improvement.

Goalies Bryce Sinclair and Foster Deighton looked like seasoned veterans, blocking shots and making diving saves.

This week, it was Black's turn to take the win with goals by Justin Hill (2) and Matthew McKelvey. For White, Owen Fisher took Deighton wide and fired it into the opposite side of the net. Jack Gillis was a dynamo for White, making great plays on offence.

Timbits show off their stuff

Community Mar 02, 2011 Ancaster News

In the final game of the regular season, the Tim Hortons’ Timbits White and Black teams demonstrated the skills they have been working on for the past four months.

In the closest game of the season, the two teams battled hard for the puck and showed great improvement.

Goalies Bryce Sinclair and Foster Deighton looked like seasoned veterans, blocking shots and making diving saves.

This week, it was Black's turn to take the win with goals by Justin Hill (2) and Matthew McKelvey. For White, Owen Fisher took Deighton wide and fired it into the opposite side of the net. Jack Gillis was a dynamo for White, making great plays on offence.