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Minor Bantam Lakers Lead Championship Series
Submitted By wdekoning on Monday, March 15, 2010
The Minor Bantams have taken a 3 points to 1 lead over Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs in the Alliance Championship over the weekend.

The opener got going in St. Marys on Saturday. Both teams displayed some great hockey throughout the contest. The Lakers Bayley Boyes impressed his hometown fans with a 3 goal performance. Jacob Middleton scored the winner in overtime with a low slap shot from the point on a screened goalie. Kent Taylor was solid in net turning away many Cheif’s attacks.

The second game on Sunday was in Strathroy. The Bantams dominated the play but had trouble scoring on the Chiefs' goalie. Elgin Middlesex took a 2-1 lead in the second period. Both of their goals were on breakaways from misplayed pucks. The Lakers mounted the pressure and were rewarded late in the period as Nathan Templeman tied the score and sent the game into overtime. Nothing was decided over the 5 minute overtime. Daniel Dekoning was great in net.

Next action is Tuesday in Palmerston at 7 pm., Wednesday in Alymer at 8 pm, and Saturday in Milverton at 6:30pm.

 

Saturday Game Recap:

1st period : Elgin-Middlesex scored first on a powerplay

                   Bayley Boyes scored twice from Jacob Middleton, Jared Weishar and Carter Stewart

 

2nd period: Elgin-Middlesex scores

                  Bayley Boyes scores from Nathan Templeman

 

3rd period: Elgin Middlesex scores

 

 

O.T.  Jacob  Middleton from Derek Elliot

 

Final score 4-3

 


Sunday Game Recap:

1st period: Derek Elliot from Drew Gross

 

2nd period: Elgin- Middlesex scores twice

 

3rd period: Nathan Templeman unassisted

 

O.T.  No goals

 

Final score 2-2


written by Rob James

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