The North Dundas Peewee B Rep Demons welcomed the Char-Lan Rebels to the Joel Steele Community Centre in Winchester on Wed., Jan. 8, in the UCMHL. The Demons’ forwards, Ryan Wilson (3) and Ben Drew (6), battle the Rebels’ goalie and defence pairing in a goal-mouth scramble. The Demons squeaked past the Rebels with a 4-3 victory. Moore photo

KEMPTVILLE—The North Dundas Peewee B Rep Demons played a pair of games this past week as they welcomed the Char-Lan Rebels on Wednesday night and travelled to Kemptville on Sunday night to take on the Royals.

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The North Dundas Peewee B Rep Demons travelled to the North Grenville Municipal Centre in Kemptville on Sun., Jan. 12, to take on the Royals in the UCMHL. The Demons went into the game in second place in the standings just four points ahead of the Royals who sat in third and four points behind the Brockville Braves in first place. 

The Royals opened the scoring at 4:58 of the first period taking a 1-0 lead and took that lead into the second period. The Demons tied the game at one when Carter Williams blasted one home from Ryan Wilson at 7:33 of the second. 

The Royals retook the lead at 12:19 but with 1:09 remaining, the Demons answered as Josh Lafrance sniped one from Nathan Epps, tying the game at two. The teams took a two-all draw into the third period. 

The Royals retook the lead at 9:09 of the third period and were able to hang on for a 3-2 victory. 

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The North Dundas Peewee B Rep Demons welcomed the Char-Lan Rebels to the Joel Steele Community Centre in Winchester on Wed., Jan. 8, in the UCMHL. The Demons went into the game in second place in the standings, six points back of the Brockville Braves in first and two points up on the Kemptville Royals in third. 

The Demons opened the scoring just 2:31 into the first period as Nathan Epps slapped one home from Ryan Wilson taking a 1-0 lead. The Demons made it 2-0 when Jake Weber fired one to the back of the net from Epps and Tyler Dunham at 10:30. 

The Demons took a commanding 3-0 lead with just 9 seconds remaining in the opening frame, as Merrick Crawford slid one home from Reid Rankin and Gavin Eikelboom. The Demons took a 3-0 lead into the second period. 

The Rebels closed the gap to two at the one-minute mark of the second period and to one at 8:52. The Demons increased the spread back to two when Epps scored his second of the game from Josh Lafrance and Markus Bols with 1:41 remaining in the middle frame.  

The Demons took a 4-2 lead into the third period. The Rebels got to within one at 9:24 of the third period but that was as close as they could get as the Demons took the game 4-2. With the win, the Demons moved four points ahead of the Kemptville Royals in third place.

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