GOJHL Wrap: Cyclones lose, Kitchener, Stratford and Elmira win

Waterloo 3 Listowel 1

Brenden Clayton was the lone scorer for Listowel as the Cyclones dropped a 3-1 decision to Waterloo.

The Siskins were 1-for-5 on the power play and got goals from Benton Hayes, Sam Cherry and Winston Cestnick.

Cherry also had an assist in the win and Owen Lane set up two of the Siskins goals.

Riley McCabe made 28 saves for the Cyclones. Matt Onuska earned the win for Waterloo with 26 saves.

Kitchener 4 Cambridge 2

The Kitchener Dutchmen scored three times in the third to beat Cambridge 4-2.

Tyler Harrison tied the game late in the second. Blair Derynck’s successful penalty shot at 4:04 of the final frame gave the Dutchmen the lead. Kyle Baker tied it for the Redhawks just past the midway point of the period. Cam Allan scored the game winner at 17:32 and Carter Lennon added insurance with an empty netter with less than 40 seconds left to play.

Lucas Patton earned the win with 24 saves. Reagan Gies made 35 saves for Cambridge.

Stratford 3 Brampton 0

Zack Weir stopped 16 shots in the Stratford Warriors 3-0 shut out of Brampton.

Clayton Lewis lead the Warriors offense with a goal and an assist.

Drew Welsch and Dylan Lebold also scored for the Warriors.

Elmira 5 Brantford 4 (OT)

Jeremey Goodwin scored the game winner 52 seconds into overtime and Elmira edged Brantford 5-4.

It was Goodwin’s second goal of the game. Harrison Toms, Tyson Hillier, and Hunter Dubecki also scored for the Sugar Kings.

The 99ers scored twice in the third to force extra time.