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Paul Davis Systems defeats Brooktree 6-1
andrew brethauer march 18th, 2011

                                                  


The Paul Davis Systems team score 4 in the second period to take their game against the Brooktree Homes 6-1 in the peewee division.

Brooketree had the early chance, but goalie Wick Gardner was there to make the pad save to keep it scoreless. Paul Davis Systems would come back down themselves, as Riley Barnard puts a wrist shot on net, but Stewart McMurtrie was there for the glove save.

But Paul Davis system would break through, as Ryan Matt would speed through the defence, and deke McMurtrie to give the Systems team a 1-0 lead. Under a minute after that, Matt would do it again, moving around the defence before putting in his second of the game, as Paul Davis Systems took a 2-0 lead after the first.

In the second, Donny Stephenson would make it 3-0 with a shot that beat McMurtrie. Closely following that goal, Ryan Matt would score his hat-trick, picking up his own rebound in front of the goalie to make it 4-0.

Brooketree Homes would get chances, as Daniel Mussion found Jarrett Jackson in the slot, but Gardner was there to make the pad save to keep the shutout.

A scramble in front of McMurtrie would lead to another Paul Davis Systems goal, as Kartar Creasor scored to make it 5-0. Stephenson would also add in his second of the game to make it 6-0 after two.

In the third, Brooketree would finally solve Gardner, as Jeremy Howes got a shot passed Gardner to spoil the shutout.

But Paul Davis Systems would not allow another goal, as they go on to win 6-1.


 

 

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