By Darryl G. Smart
The Holy Trinity Catholic High School (Simcoe, Ontario) Titans continued its dominance over the rest of the Norfolk Secondary Schools Athletic Association boys hockey loop.
On Wednesday at Talbot Gardens, the boys hockey league held its second of four game days in its regular season, and the Titans now hold on to a 4-0 record thanks to its 15-1 win over the Valley Heights Secondary School Bears, and 7-0 win against the DDSS Raiders.
In its four games, the Titans, who seem to be on a mission to get back to the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) championships, a title they captured in 2018. In the four games the Titans have played so far, they’ve outscored its opponents 42-2.
In other action Wednesday, the Raiders recorded an 8-2 victory over the Simcoe Composite School Sabres, while the Sabres and Waterford District High School Wolves played to a 4-4 draw. In the final game of the day, the Wolves handed the Bears a 6-1 defeat.
The next game day is February 5, in Delhi.
In girls action at the Delhi Community Centre Arena, the Sabres remain undefeated, winning both of its games on Wednesday.
The Sabres blanked the Raiders 4-0, and then handed the Titans a 5-1 loss.
Like the Titans boys team, the Sabres girls squad has only allowed two goals in its four games this season, while putting 22 in their opponents net.
The Raiders rebounded from its loss to beat the Wolves 10-2, and so did the Titans, beating the Wolves 16-4.
The next game day for the girls is also on February 5, but at Talbot Gardens.