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Veteran forward Cameron Brace is taking charge of the offence for his Owen Sound
Attack. Matt Kalil Jersey . The 19-year-old scored
once and setup two more as Owen Sound defeated the visiting Saginaw Spirit 5-2
on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action. Brace also had a three-point
performance in his clubs season opener, a 6-1 victory over the Windsor
Spitfires, and now has three goals and six points in the first two games of the
season. Daniel Catenacci and Kurtis Gabriel each had a goal and an assist for
the Attack (2-0-0) while Holden Cook and Kyle Hope added single goals. Garret
Ross led the Spirit (0-1-1) offensively with a goal and an assist and Vincent
Trockeck scored the other. Owen Sound goaltender Jordan Binnington stopped
27-of-29 shots for the win while at the other end Jake Patterson made 24 saves
in a losing effort. Owen Sound went 1 for 7 on the power play while Saginaw
scored twice on nine chances with the man advantage. Elsewhere in the OHL, it
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Peterborough 4, Ottawa 3. At Owen Sound, Ont., Hope opened the scoring 4:33 into
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2-0 lead. Trockeck scored a power-play goal at 18:59 to make it 2-1 Owen Sound
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the new torchbearer for Canadian womens golf Friday—at least temporarily.
Shepley of Oakville, Ont., was the lone Canuck to make the cut at the CN
Canadian Womens Open as she drained a bogey-saving putt on the 18th hole. “Im
just going to try my best,” said Shepley. “I think every Canadian wants to be
playing on the weekend. I feel for those girls. Ive been in that position a
couple times before, so Im just going to go out and focus on myself and try to
represent my country.” Playing among the last groups of the day, Shepley
finished with a two-over 74 that placed her right on the cut line of 147.
“Obviously, thats not what I was looking for—to have a 10-foot downhill,
left-to-right slider on 18 to make the cut,” said the 29-year-old Shepley. “But
it went in, so thats all that matters.” Shepley has played in nine LPGA
tournaments this season, but she has non-exempt status and does not
automatically qualify for every event. She managed to squeak in after missing
the cut in her previous five LPGA tournaments. She has not made a cut since
April. “Im excited to be playing,” said Shepley. “I havent had a very good
season this year. I didnt really play very well, so Im excited that I was able
to play a little bit better at the Canadian Open. Its always special to play
well here.” Veteran Lorie Kane was heartbroken as she double-bogeyed her final
hole. Her last putt came up just short as she posted a 4-over—76 to follow an
even-par opening round. Chris Kluwe Jersey. As a result, the
47-year-old Kane posted a double-bogey and missed her chance to play in Saturday
and Sundays final rounds by one stroke. “Thats not the way I wanted to finish,
and I worked very hard today and grinded hard,” said Kane “Unfortunately, Im
kind of feeling like (disqualified 2012 Canadian Olympic relay runner) Jared
Connaughton right now, like I touched the line.” The reference to fellow
Charlottetown native Connaughton, who stepped outside his lane in the
4×100-metre relay, was appropriate for the occasion, because Kane said earlier
in the week she was refusing to let go of the Canadian womens golf “baton.”
Kanes early exit is the third time shes been frustrated when the national
tournament was held in the Vancouver area. She also missed the cut 21 years ago
when the tournament was held on the same Vancouver Golf Club course. She was
disappointed again in 2003 at the Point Grey Golf and Country Club. That year,
she entered as a contender but had a temper tantrum in the first round, broke
her putter and was forced to putt with her driver. On Friday, she struggled with
her real putter on greens that were too slow for her liking. “Lories such a good
ambassador and for the game that I hate to see that,” said Shepley. “But I have
to go and focus on myself now.” Note: Brooke Henderson, 14, of Smiths Falls,
Ont., matched Kanes four-over 76 to finish at 9-over 153 for the tournament. ’ ’

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