The South Grenville Rangers travelled to the Larry Robinson Arena in Metcalfe on Sun., March 1, to take on the Jets in game four of the best-of-seven NCJHL quarterfinals. The Rangers forward Jordan Poulin (15) looks for a rebound off a shot from the point as the Jets’ goalie, Jett Miller turns the shot away. Moore photo

METCALFE—The South Grenville Rangers played a pair of road playoff games this past weekend as they travelled to Metcalfe on Friday night and Sunday afternoon for games three and four of the NCJHL quarterfinals against the Jets.

Rangers 5 Jets 2

The South Grenville Rangers travelled to the Larry Robinson Arena in Metcalfe on Sun., March 1, to take on the Jets in game four of the best-of-seven NCJHL quarterfinals. The Rangers won games one through three taking a 3-0 series lead and looked to complete the sweep. 

The Rangers opened the scoring when Dylan Sharpley jammed home a rebound from Braydon Forestell and Jacob Servage at 10:59 on the power play, taking a 1-0 lead. The Rangers took a two-goal lead as Aiden Bailey snapped one home from Owen Webster and Brody Ranger at 17:46 on the power play. 

The Rangers took a 2-0 lead into the first intermission. The Jets cut the deficit in half when Chris Martin scored from Sam Wilson and MacKenzie Brewer at 4:55 on the power play. 

The Rangers took a slim 2-1 lead into the second intermission. The Jets knotted the affair at two when Alexandre Cloutier blasted one home from Wilson on the power play at 3:35 of the third period. The Rangers retook the lead when Jordan Poulan sniped one from Hayden Sayeau and Mark McKay at 7:19. 

The Rangers retook a two goal lead with just 2:52 remaining in regulation as Forestell scored from Dylan Sharpley and Jacob Servage. The Jets pulled their goalie in favour of an extra attacker with less than two minutes remaining but it was the Rangers’ McKay who found the wide open net with just 1:33 remaining. 

The Rangers took the game 5-2 and swept the series four games to none. Picking up the win in the Rangers goal was Xavier Dusablon, who was replaced by Sam Limoges-Ring after receiving a game misconduct. 

Rangers 8 Jets 1

The South Grenville Rangers travelled to the Larry Robinson Arena in Metcalfe to take on the Jets on Fri., Feb. 28, for game three of the best-of-seven NCJHL quarterfinals. The Rangers went into the game with a 2-0 series lead after winning their first two games at home. 

The Rangers opened the scoring at 3:37 of the first period as Cooper Kingston scored from Jared Fenlong, taking a 1-0 lead. The Rangers took a two-goal lead when Cameron Dillon snapped one home from Jordan Dodge and Fenlong with just 1:15 remaining in the opening frame. The Rangers took a 2-0 lead into the first intermission. 

The Jets cut the deficit in half when MacKenzie Brewer sniped one unassisted at 3:43 of the second period. The Rangers answered right back as Kyle Dillabough scored from Jordan Poulan and Hayden Sayeau at 4:20. 

The Rangers retook a two-goal lead when Dillon scored his second of the game from Nate Medaglia and Brody Ranger at 5:10. The Rangers took a three-goal lead when Dodge scored an unassisted goal at 12:15, taking a 

5-1 lead into the second intermission. 

The Rangers added three more goals in the third period as Brayden Forestell ripped one home from Jacob Servage and Dylan Sharpley at 2:28, Sharpley scored at 3:04 from Servage and Forestell, and Servage scored from Poulin on the power play. 

The Rangers took the game 8-1, taking a 

3-0 series lead. The Rangers outshot the Jets 50-24. Picking up the win in the Rangers’ goal was Sam Limoges-Ring, making 23 saves and suffering the loss in the Jets’ goal was Josh Legault with 42 saves.

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