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2017-10-18


Ryan Vipond took this ground ball to the net for his first CUFLA goal but it wasn't enough as Carleton fell to Ottawa. (Photo: Robert Hoselton)

The Ottawa Gee'Gees needed a win Monday night to give themselves a chance to control their own destiny heading into the final week of the CUFLA season. They got it with a dominating 14-6 effort over the Carleton Ravens.

By Robert Hoselton

It was a tale of two teams Monday night as the Ottawa Gee-Gees played host to the Carleton Ravens. The Gee-Gees are looking to take a step closer to earning a spot in the postseason while the Ravens went into the game hurt, struggling and hoping to put a game together to dash the hopes of their crosstown rivals.
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It was quickly obvious that the Gee-Gees’ dynamic duo of Fred Hartley and Spencer Corkery were on a mission. Corkery, who has put together an incredible year, was unstoppable scoring on an outside bomb on his first shot of the game. The Ravens managed to respond on a beautiful whip around shot by Nick Penteluke in the stack on a hard feed from Cam Breen.?Corkery replied with his second of the game before Hartley scored to end the first quarter 4-1 for Ottawa.
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The second quarter showed more of the same with the Ravens wasting a dominating performance at face off by Andrew Bortolus. Corkery picked up his hat trick goal before Ryan Vipond responded off the draw, scooping up a ground ball and taking it to the net for the rookie’s first CUFLA goal. Ottawa’s Scott Taylor, who had a strong game, chipped in his first goal in answer. Corkery scored again on a feed from Taylor to make the score 6-2 before Carleton’s Hayden Cummings slashed through the defense to make it 6-3 Ottawa at half.
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The Gee-Gees came out strong in the third with another quick goal off the stick of Keith Lee. Ottawa took advantage of a string of seven consecutive Ravens penalties to pad their lead with man-up goals from Corkery, Taylor and Liam Brechin. Taylorwho had a 3 goal, 2 assist nightadded an even strength goal. The Ravens managed a shortie off Cummings for his second and a man-up goal from their shifty pre-law middie Matt Klassen. Ottawa led at the end of the third, 11-5.
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More penalty trouble for the Ravens in the fourth led to three more man-up goals for the Gee-Gees off the sticks of Jeff Brett, Corkery and David Ouellette — the second-year player potting his first CUFLA goal to the cheers of his teammates. The Ravens' Matt Klassen rounded out the scoring on a sidearm bouncer. Make the final 14-6 for Ottawa who, riding Corkery’s outstanding night of six goals and four assists, have placed themselves nicely in the playoff picture.
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Going into the season’s final weekend, the Ravens look to finish out their season hosting McGill Saturday before travelling to Bishop’s Sunday morning.?The Gee-Gees (4-7) are in a battle with Nipissing (3-7) for the final spot in the east. They take on Bishop’s on Saturday. Nipissing, who beat Ottawa in both their head-to-head matches this season, hold their fate in their own hands and will play a pair of games against Queen’s Saturday and Sunday.?



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