Senior Adanacs lose to ’Bellies, T-Men

Three games remaining in regular season for 3-12 Coquitlam squad

The Nanaimo Timbermen avenged a loss the previous Saturday night to last-place Coquitlam by downing the Senior Adanacs 9-5 at the Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex on Saturday (July 13).

John Hofsteth scored three goals and added an assist in a losing cause for Coquitlam. Chase McIntyre and Chase Dunlop the others for the A’s with Carter Dickson chipping in three assists.

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At New Westminster’s Queen’s Park Arena on Thursday (July 11), the Salmonbellies swamped the Adanacs 16-5. Brian Gillis had two goals for Coquitlam. Hofsteth and Erik Turner each had a goal and an assist with Jaeden Gastaldo getting the other.

Coquitlam is last in the seven-team league with a 3-12 record just behind the Langley Thunder (4-11). The other five teams are tied with 18 points, although Victoria has a 9-5 record while the others — New West, Maple Ridge, Burnaby and Nanaimo — are 9-6.

The Sr. A’s will be in Victoria to play the Shamrocks Friday with a game at home the next night, 7 p.m., against the Maple Ridge Burrards before finishing their 2019 regular season Saturday, July 27 when the Shamrocks visit.


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