Ontario sent their seniors out with a shutout victory on St Peter’s Spartans on Thursday. The Warriors overcame the Spartans 3-0.
The Warriors scoring all came off of Erik Klimczynski who netted 3 goals, thanks in part to Lennell Shelby’s two assists.
Ali Hussain anchored the goal box for Ontario and recorded 14 saves in the box.
Coach Art Varga noted that his Spartans played well in the first half and matched the Warriors aggressiveness. "In the second half, we took chances and they capitalized on our misfortune." said the coach, "Overall, I thought thought we played well and I'm pleased because they give me 100 percent 100 percent of the time."
Looking forward, the Spartans look to keep gaining. "Right now, our numbers are down this year, consequently its been bought trying to stay injury free," summarized Varga. He also added that he plays four freshmen will be looking to add to his team's improvement and experience.
Ontario's coach Greg Fraley also credited the defense of Michael Reed, Austin McCauley, Noah Day and Kyle Renner. He felt that their play really shut down any offensive momentum St. Peters tried to build.
When asked what he will remember about his class of 2014 Coach Fraley answered "Heart. They're just a good group of kids any way you look at it."
Looking ahead, Fraley hopes that his team will improve their possession over their remaing four games.
Ontario's record improves 5-7-1. Spartans record moves to 2-8-1.
The Warriors go to Loudonville on Monday. Central Christian in Kidron.