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Sarnia Pacers Jr B Lacrosse split home games on weekend
Monday June 18, 2012

The Sarnia Pacers split their final two home games over the weekend with 20 - 7 win over Owen Sound on Saturday and losing 17 - 8 against Brampton on Sunday.

On Saturday the Pacers scored 6 goals and allowed a single in the first period.  In the second the Pacers exploded scoring 10 goals, Owen Sound netted 5 and in the final period Sarnia added 4 more goals, Owen Sound scored a single to end the game with a final score of 20 -7.

Dan Charlton was the top point getter in the game with at total of 8 points scoring 5 goals and 3 assists. Liam Wright assisted on 6 goals and score a single for 7 points. Kevin Conroy totalled 6 points scoring 3 and assisting on 3.  Netminder Ian Ferguson earned 5 points on 5 assists.  Blair McFlarlane scored 2 goals, 2 assists, Conner Wright and Ben Tamming and AP player Ryan Devine each score 2 and a single assist.  Austin Langs,  Cody Ross and Mitch Doughty rounded out the scoring with singles.

Ian Ferguson played 40 minutes of the  game to earn the win then Ben Walker stepped in to finish.  Ferguson made 25 saves in the two periods, Walker made 6.

Both sides received a total of 10 penalty minutes on 5 infractions.  Owen Sound went 2 for 5 on the power play, Sarnia went 2 for 4.

On Sunday the Pacers five game winning streak came to a halt after losing to Brampton 17 - 8.

In the first period Brampton took a 3 - 2 lead but opened it up after scoring 9 goals in the second and 5 more in the third.  Sarnia added 3 goals in both the second and third period.

Scoring for Sarnia in the loss were Kevin Conroy with 3, T. J. Mara and Dan Charlton each scored 2 and a single by Blair McFlarlane,

Ian Ferguson took the loss playing 2 periods making 20 saves on 32 shots on goal.  Ben Walker went in for the third period making a total of 2 saves on 7 shots.

Brampton took a total of 55 minutes in penalties on 14 infractions Sarnia took 24 minutes on 9.  Sarnia scored 1  goal on 8 power play opportunities, Brampton scored 3 on 7.

The Pacers are now 6 - 13 for the season with their final game being played in Wallaceburg on Tuesday June 19 at 7:00 pm.

 

 

 








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