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Wolverines finish weekend with loss

The Swan Valley Stampeders rebounded from a defeat on Thursday, to beat the Waywayseecappo Wolverines 6-1.

Even though Wolverines outshot Swan Valley 40-21, they couldn’t beat Dylan Black more than once. That included a 20-6 shot advantage in the second period.

The Stampeders did start strong to give Black a cushion, as in the first period, the Stampeders got off to a quick start when Noah Fladager got his second of the season on the powerplay.

A little under five minutes later, the Stampeders were able to get the second one of the game when Darius Maske beat Liam Tereposky.

In the second period, the teams exchanged goals.

Colby Wotton put Waywayseecappo on the board with his first MJHL goal. It was assisted by Carson Baptiste and Lonan Bulger.

The Stampeders got another two-goal lead though when Trey Saunder put it in at 13:19.

In the third period, Swan Valley got off to a quick start with a goal by Jackson Betcher 38 seconds into it.

They added to the lead with a giveaway goal by Jamie Valentino. Then Cody Barnes added another for the Stampeders at 11:09 in the third.

The game was penalty-filled as well, with teams accumulating 28 PIMS in the game.

Black stopped 41 of 42 shots in the win, as Liam Tereposky stopped 15.

The two teams will play once again next weekend, as they are scheduled to play in Waywayseecappo on Friday October 8th at 7:30 p.m.

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