War­riors end slide in Lis­towel

Strat­ford snaps three­game los­ing streak with shutout of Cy­clones

The Beacon Herald - - SPORTS - CORY SMITH SPORTS ED­I­TOR

The Strat­ford War­riors picked an im­prob­a­ble place to end their three-game los­ing streak.

Strat­ford blanked Lis­towel 3-0 Sun­day af­ter­noon, hand­ing the first-place Cy­clones their first loss at home this sea­son.

The War­riors now trail Lis­towel by four points with a game in hand.

Sean Ross, Cor­son Sear­les and Con­nor Gregga scored in the win. Kaleb Pear­son had two as­sists.

Ruan Baden­horst made 41 saves for his first shutout. The 19-yearold has a 2.59 goals-against av­er­age and .923 save per­cent­age.

Cy­clones goalie Max Wright stopped 32 shots.

Strat­ford went 1-for-8 with the man ad­van­tage and killed off seven power plays.

Both teams are off un­til Fri­day, with the War­riors host­ing Brant­ford and the Cy­clones wel­com­ing Guelph. Puck drop is 7:30 p.m.

Cur­tis Fer­reira scored 56 sec­onds into the sec­ond over­time to give the St. Thomas Stars a 5-4 win over the St. Marys Lin­colns Sun­day af­ter­noon.

Adam Keyes and Kevin Hu each had a goal and two as­sists in the win. Jake Robin­son and Ryan Bangs had the other goals.

Kodie Oude Vashaar made 27 saves.

Daniel Cloutier scored twice for the Lin­colns. Clay­ton Lewis and Tyson Kielt each had a goal and as­sist.

Tris­tan Lewis stopped 34 shots. St. Thomas went 1-for-5 on the power play, and St. Marys was 0-for-2.

The Tav­i­s­tock Braves fin­ished three games in three days with a third straight win, beat­ing the Delhi Trav­ellers 7-2 Sat­ur­day night.

Tan­ner John­son scored twice in the win. Josh Bo­rys, Cole Cor­riveau, Zac Berg and Tayler Trach­sel each had a goal and as­sist, while Jake Wif­fen added a sin­gle marker.

Brody Oliver and Liam O’Dette had two as­sists apiece.

Jensen Van Boekel made 18 saves. The Braves im­proved to 14-1-0-2 and are third in the Do­herty Di­vi­sion.

Austin Forsyth and Brady Reid scored for Delhi. Richard Lit­tle stopped 30 of 37 shots.

Tav­i­s­tock went 2-for-6 on the

power play, and Delhi went 1-for3.

The Kin­car­dine Bull­dogs blanked the Mitchell Hawks 3-0 Sun­day af­ter­noon.

Jor­dan Caskanette, Joshua Traynor and Kee­gan An­gel scored in the win. Craig Luin­stra stopped 28 shots for the shutout.

Tyler Parr made 26 saves for the Hawks.

Mitchell went 0-for-3 on the power play, and Kin­car­dine was 2-for-4.

The Hawks slipped to 10-91-0 and sit fifth in the Pol­lock Di­vi­sion. co­smith@post­media.com

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