AMHERST – Amherst Adult Hockey League action continued last week with J&K Electric beating Bluewave Energy 7-1, and Maltby Sports beating Colson Overhead Doors 9-3.
J&K Electric vs. Bluewave Energy
Andy Bonnell led J&K in their 7-1 win over Bluewave with two goals, while Kurtis Langille and Ryan Smith scored one goal and two assists each.
Rob Scott added one goal and one assist and Dave Atkinson, and Craig Harrison had one goal each. Mark Bennett added three assists, and Greg Brennan and Mike Gould had one assist each.
Lucas Hurley scored for Bluewave, with Matt Beal getting the assist.
Remi Thomas got the win in goal and Cody Hunter the loss.
Maltby Sports vs. Colson Overhead Doors
Ian McCarthy scored two goals and two assists in their 9-3 win over the Doors, and Jordie Shaw and Jon Tattrie added two goals and one assist each.
Chris Dwyer and Chris Sproul scored one goal and one assist each and Scott Dicks scored one goal.
Aaron Dobson had five assists, and Corey Robichaud and Mitch Roy had one helper each.
Phil Farrow scored two goals for Colson, Russell Scott one goal and one assist, and Geoff Ryan and Danny Small scored two assists each.
J&K leads the league with 23 points, Matlby sports has 17, and Bluewave and Colson have 10 points.
Ryan Smith leads the AAHL point race with 56 points. Smith has 32 goals and 24 assists in 15 games.
Jon Tattrie is second in the league with 40 points, 18 goals and 22 assists in 15 games.
Jordie Shaw is third in the league with 39 points, 27 goals and 12 assists in 15 games.
Marshall MacDonald is fourth with 36 points, 29 goals and seven assists in 13 games.
Matt Colson is fifth with 35 points, 19 goals and 16 assists in 15 games.
Bill Jobes is sixth in the league with 28 points, 10 goals and 18 assists in 15 games.
Chris Sproul is seventh with 26 points, 16 goals and 10 assists in 15 games.
Kurtis Langille is eighth with 26 points, 12 goals and 14 assists in 15 games.
Joel Stone is ninth with 26 points, nine goals and 17 assists in 14 games.
Aaron Dobson is tenth with 24 points, four goals and 20 assists in 14 games.