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Lambton AAA Major Bantams split games on the weekend

September 24, 2012


 


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Saturday against Kitchener Rangers


 

Sting roll past Rangers 5-2

Lambton Jr. Sting Bantams scored three unanswered goals in the third period to beat the Kitchener Rangers 5-2 .

The Sting game flying out of the gate to jump to an early 2-0 lead in the first. Alec Dekoning got the Sting on the board first with a power play goal assisted by Issac Mclean and Brock Perry.. Seconds later Noah Tooke jumped on a loose puck to fire a low wrist shot past the Ranger netminder. Franco Sproviero assisted on the goal. The Rangers would eventually even things up 2-2 heading to the second period intermission.

Jared Marks scored early in the third period on an assist from Sproviero to put the home team up 3-2 . Ethan Dupont got an insurance goal 2 minutes later on a rebound from Curtis Helps. With the Sting up by 2 goals the game got a little chippy until the Sting put the game on ice with a power play goal from Brett Barnes on a nice feed from Alec Dekoning and Brock Perry.
 


Sunday against the Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs


 

Sting Lose First Game of the Season

The Lambton Jr Sting Bantams came up empty in Komoka Sunday against the Elgin Middlesex Chiefs. The determined Chiefs came out hitting hard and often to put the Sting on their heels early.

With the Chiefs up 1-0, the Lambton squad were able to go to the second intermission tied on a goal from Alec Dekoning from Brett Barnes and Brock Perry with 3 seconds left in the period. Coach Perry's intermission speech was to no avail as the Chiefs would score two more goals to skate away with a convincing 3-1 victory. Kaden Fulcher had a stellar game in net to keep the game closes it was still tied 1-1 with seven minutes left in the game. The Sting hope to regroup at practice this week in preparation for the next weekends Showcase tournament in Komoka.


 


 

 

 

 





 

 

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