By Darryl G. Smart
While the Holy Trinity Titans remain unbeaten in Norfolk Secondary
Schools Athletic Association boys hockey action, the Delhi Raiders are
quietly going about its business.
Heading into Wednesday’s action, on home ice, their only blemish on the season was a loss to the Titans, and were 3-1 and in second place.
On Wednesday, the Raiders picked up a 7-1 victory over the Valley Heights Bears, before throwing everything but the kitchen sink at the Waterford Wolves, but managing a 1-1 draw.
Their 4-1-1 record still has them only three points behind the Titans.
The Titans remained undefeated thanks to a 6-0 shutout of the Wolves and 12-1 drubbing of the Simcoe Sabres.
In the opening game of the day, the Bears got its first win of the season, a 4-3 decision over the Sabres.
The fourth and final game day of the high school hockey season is on February 20 in Waterford.
Sabres clinch first
The Simcoe Sabres continued its dominance over Norfolk Secondary Schools Athletic Association opposition.
The Sabres blanked the Waterford Wolves 10-0 and then beat the Delhi Raiders 7-4.
The Raiders and Holy Trinity Titans split their games. After losing to the Sabres, the Raiders beat the Titans 11-6, while the titans defeated the Wolves 7-6.
The Wolves remain winless after losing both of its games.
That concludes the regular season for the girls, with the Sabres earning the top spot and a date with the Wolves in one semifinal on February 24 at Talbot Gardens. The Raiders and Titans will play in the other, with the Raiders taking second place in the regular season.
Times for the semifinals have yet to be determined.