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Wayway starts weekend with win

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines made it two in a row in Neepawa after beating the Titans 5-3 on Friday night.

The Wolverines got goals from five different players to jump out to a big lead and then hold on to secure the win and get five out of six points so far in the four game series against Neepawa.

The Wolverines got on the board first with a goal by Carson Baptiste 9:37 in to the first period. It was Baptiste’s 4th of the season.

The Titans evened it up late in the first period on a shorthanded breakaway as Josh Romanyk got his 4th of the season at 17:28.

In the second, the Wolverines exploded for three goals.

The first was one by Kobe Campbell that squeaked by Gavin Renwick to put Wayway up 2-1.

Luke Robson then gave the Wolverines a two goal lead with a beautiful goal unassisted.

Then on the powerplay, a great pass from Lonan Bulger from behind the net came out in front for Mi-Kwan Tallman to put it past the goaltender to make it 4-1.

In the third, the Wolverines added another from Jacob Charko.

But the Titans did comeback just a bit though with goals by Evan Callaghan and Jaegar Lapointe to make it a two goal game, but that’s as close as the Titans got.

Tresor Wotton stopped 31 shots to get his second straight win, while Emerik Demers stopped only 20 in the loss.

The two teams will play one last time in 2021 on Saturday in Waywayseecappo at 7:30pm.

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