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Four in a row for Mooretown
Andrew Brethauer October 1st, 2011

Mooretown, ON - The Mooretown Flags continue to roll with their new winning streak, pushing it to four games after a 6-3 victory over the Wallaceburg Lakers Saturday night.

Mooretown scored three in the first period on 21 shots, as the Flags continue to run with one of the leagues highest scoring offences. Cody Schmidt got the game started for the Flags with his second of the season, but their first lead only lasted 44 seconds till Scott Lubbers tied it at 1-1.

But the tie would only last for just over a minute, as Josh Teschke would get his first of the game to put the Flags back in lead, from which they would never look back. Jeff Sit would make it a 3-1 first period with a powerplay goal, the Flags only powerplay goal on eight powerplays.

Teschke would make it 4-1 with the eventual game winner and his second of the game, scoring the second periods only goal.

In the third, Wallaceburg would cut the lead down to just one. Chris Taylor would score 1:22 into the period, while Robert Towsley would make it a one goal game with his middle period goal.

But the Flags would go right back to the score sheet, as Aaron Schieman and Cody Hardman each had goals for the Flags, as they take it 6-3.

 Andrew Ganter picked up his fourth win of the season with 32 saves, as he has started all six games for the Flags.

Mike Burns had three assists on the night, while Jeff Schroeter had two assists for a multi-point night.

Mooretown will next take on Alvinston in a special Thursday night match up at the Sarnia Arena.



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