The Cyclones will play the Kyle Elks for the Senior Provincial ‘C’ Championship.
The first game of the best-of-three series is this Friday in Davidson.
Davidson won the north final March 10, beating the Delisle Bruins 7-4, winning two games in the best-of-three series.
Delisle opened the game with a quick goal 22 seconds into the first period, but the lead was short lived when 11 seconds later, Davidson’s Brett Siroski, from Chase Schafer, tied the score. The Bruins responded with another goal before Derek Allan, from Carter Smith, tied the score to end the period 2-2.
Delisle was first to the scoreboard in the second period to regain the lead. The Cyclones’ powerplay leapt into action with Josh Sim, from Zach Sim and Steve DaSilva, scoring to tie the score 3-3. Davidson’s Jason Schneider scored while on the powerplay, with help from Colton Allan and David Holinaty to give the Cyclones their first lead of the game. With less than two minutes remaining in the period Josh Sim, from Smith, added some insurance to end the period 5-3 for the Cyclones.
Once again, the Bruins beat the Cyclones to the scoreboard, scoring their fourth goal of the game well into the third period. Davidson countered with two goals in the final minutes. The first was by Smith, from DaSilva and Josh Sim. With 16 seconds remaining, Josh Sim scored his third and the Cyclone’s final goal of the game with help from Derek Allan for the 7-3 win.