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Titans storm back to beat Wolverines

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines gave up a three goal lead and lost to the Neepawa Titans by a final score of 6-3.

Neepawa came back from 3-0 down into the early minutes of the second, and was able to get a full two points for the win.

The Wolverines got the scoring started right away when Caleb Petrie finished off a 4-on-1 with assists by Joey Moffatt and Andrew Boucher to make it 1-0.

Later on in the period, Boston Bird tipped in a shot from Owen Wheatley on the powerplay to make it 2-0.

The Wolverines outshot the Titans 17-2 in the first period.

The Wolverines got out to a 3-0 lead when Owen Wheatley scored with a nice shot from the corner.

But then the Titans came back, when Dallon Wilton scored at 5:52 to make it a two goal game.

Connor Brust scored later to make it 3-2, and then Dean Noonan tied the game up with his first of the season.

In the third period, Cameron Trimble was able to get a powerplay goal as a loose puck was whacked away by a few Titans players in front. It gave the Titans their first lead of the game, and the one that would stand.

Austin Clyne and Jaegar Lapointe got empty net goals to balloon the lead to 6-3.

Emerik Demers stopped 45 shots for the win, while Brett Mirwald stopped 15 in the loss.

The two teams will play once again on Friday night in Neepawa at 7:30pm at the Yellowhead Centre.