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Flags with offensive outpour against Comets
andrew brethauer September 25th, 2011


Kingsville, ON  Jeff Schroeter's two goal second period gave him the hat-trick in the game, as the Mooretown Flags let their offence unleash on the Kingsville Comets Sunday afternoon in Great Lakes Jr. C hockey, winning 8-2.

Schroeter's first goal was the second Flags goal of the first period after Aaron Schieman opened the scoring 1:53 into the period. Kingsville's Mike Pietraszko tied the game at 1-1 before the Flags took over the lead again to lead 2-1 after the first.

In the second, Kingsville got the game tied up quickly when Justin Parker scored on the powerplay. It would be the last goal for the Comets as Mooretown scored six unanswered goals to finish out the game.

Spencer Bronzi scored shorthanded to return the lead back to Mooretown, followed by two goals by Schroeter's to give the Flags a 5-2 lead after the second.

In the third Michael Gray would score on the powerplay, while Aaron Schieman and Caden Fleming would also add single goals in the period to give the Flags a 8-2 victory.

Andrew Ganter got the start for the Flags earning his second win in a row while making 31 saves in the victory. Mooretown put 35 shots on goal in the game.

Head Coach Bruce Aberhart said after the Flags first win on Saturday that getting more offence would be something the Flags would need to continue to work on in the coming games. Mooretown has scored 13 goals in their two goal win streak.

Mooretown is now 2-2-0 to start the season with both wins coming this week after starting slow with two losses.

Mooretown will next take on Belle River on the road Friday, September 30th, before returning home to Wallaceburg. The Flags defeated Wallaceburg twice in preseason, and lost once to Belle River to open the season.

 


 

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