Northern all the credit for the way they played,” Jones said. His team finishes 134. “They simply executed better than we did today and they definitely wanted it more than we did. We’ve gotten used to having to travel 80 to 90 minutes for games, so we’re not going to use the trip as an excuse. Northern was definitely the better team today.”
Chaney’s first goal of the game early in the second quarter gave Northern a 4-0 lead, then Kent Island’s Parker Dixon scored the Buccaneers’ only goal of the half just over three minutes into the second quarter. Sulhoff countered with his second goal of the day just over one minute later and Abe Hubbard tallied his first goal one minute later.
Neither team scored over the last 400 seconds of the first half and Kent Island’s Stone Stitcher scored the game’s only goal in the third quarter. But Northern capped off a dominant performance with two goals from Chaney and one each from Hubbard, Daniel Horak and Hunter Huxell in the fourth quarter to close out the contest.