CENTRAL ONTARIO JUNIOR C
2013-2014 AWARD WINNERS
COUGAR CUP (PLAYOFF CHAMPIONS):
REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS: Lakefield Fitzsimmons Chiefs
SMITH FAMILY TROPHY (TOP TEAM GOALTENDING):
ELINOR GILLIAM MEMORIAL TROPHY (SCORING CHAMPION):
ERV DOWNEY MEMORIAL TROPHY (MVP):
PERC MACKLIN MEMORIAL TROPHY (TOP ROOKIE):
Captain Nathan Larson accepts the League Championship trophy on behalf of the Lakefield Fitzsimmons Chiefs from OHA Junior C Chairman, Trevor Tinney and League Convener, Liz Basinger
Derek Manley of the Lakefield Fitzsimmons Chief accepts the Elinor Gilliam award as the Central's top scorer.
The Lakefield Fitzsimmons Chiefs captured the team goal tending award with a GAA of 2.475 for the 2013-14 regular season. Zach Wainman and Kevin Collins are seen accepting the Smith Family trophy from convener, Liz Basinger
Congratulations to Kurtis Moore of the Little Britain Merchants on being named the Central Ontario Junior C League's MVP. Kurtis was selected by team representatives based on his outstanding team leadership, skills and ability. Kurtis is pictured receiving the Erve Downey Memorial Trophy from convener, Liz Basinger. Photo credit: Greg McDowell, Oshawa Express Newspaper
2013 - 2014 PLAYER OF THE MONTH
Luke Vanderkooy - Georgina Ice
Kurtis Moore - Little Britain Merchants
Lucas Clark - Port Perry MoJacks
Tim Bierema - Uxbridge Bruins
Nathan Larson - Lakefield Fitzsimmons Chiefs
The Central Ontario Junior "C" Hockey League is pleased to announce that Nathan Larson of the Lakefield Fitzsimmons Chiefs has been selected as the Ontario Hockey Association's Player of the Month for February.
Playing his fourth season, Nathan has served as the Chiefs' Captain for the past 3 seasons. Nathan is described as a quiet leader who leads by example and is well respected by his teammates, coaches and peers around the league.
This Trent University student played bantam and midget hockey in Lakefield before joining the Lakefield Fitzsimmons Chiefs as an affiliated minor player during the 2010-2011 season.
Over the five final league games, Nathan scored 8 goals and added 7 assists. This is an indication of why Nathan was second in scoring for the Central Ontario Junior C League.
Nathan will receive suitable recognition from the Ontario Hockey Association and become eligible for the OHA Player of the Year and a $500.00 scholarship bursary.