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Wolverines lose fiesty affair

The Portage Terriers won a game full of goals and fights over the Waywayseecappo Wolverines by a score of 7-2.

A close game got out of hand in the second period due thanks to a scoring outburst and game misconducts by both teams.

The Terriers got on the board first with a goal by Kaden Kohle on the powerplay from Matt Wisener and Kian Calder.

But the Wolverines tied it up, when Kurt Rookes was able to get a rebound past the Terriers netminder to get his first MJHL goal.

But 44 seconds later, Brandon Funk got his third of the year to put Portage back in front before the intermission.

In the second period, Portage took over and the rough stuff started.

At two different points, there was two fights at a stoppage. Kurt Rookes, Ben Roulette, Carson Baptiste and Leyton Smith were kicked out for fighting majors on the Wolverines side. Austin Peters, Hayden Lacquette and Jamie Valentino was tossed out for Portage.

During the period, Portage’s Daniel Siso, Parker Sherr and Tyler Dodgson scored for the Terriers to make it 5-1 heading into the second period.

In the third, Daniel Siso got his second of the game to make it 6-1.

Andrew Boucher gave the Wolverines their second goal of the game to make it 6-2.

But Bryden Kiesman gave the Terriers another five goal cushion.

The third period had no extra curricular activities except one penalty by the Wolverines.

The Wolverines will play next against the Dauphin Kings on Saturday night, in Dauphin at 7:30pm.

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