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TRURO, N.S. — Charlie MacLeod scored two late-game targets however the Joneljim Cougars had been overpowered in an 8-4 loss to the New Scotland Storm in a Nova Scotia Below-15 Main Hockey League provincial championship semifinal on Saturday on the Rath Eastlink Neighborhood Centre.
Madden Gillis and Brody Ford opened the scoring for the Cougars (2-3-0-0). Goalie Daniel LeVatte stopped 18 of twenty-two pictures for almost all of the sport, however in just below the ultimate 10 minutes Kayden Mollons took over between the pipes, stopping 4 of eight pictures.
However from the get-go, it was all Storm (5-0-0-0), led by a hat trick from River Welsh, with Cole Macleod, Riley Creelman, Nate Boudreau, Aiden O’Donnell and Owen O’Donnell additionally scoring.
Earlier within the day, the Cougars downed the host Truro Bearcats 5-4 to achieve the semifinals. Gavin Sudds led the Cougars with three targets, whereas Ford scored twice. Elliott Mullen replied for the Bearcats with two targets, and Hayden Doiron and Ethan Wolfe every added single markers.
Mollons went the space in objective for the Cougars, however no statistics had been supplied. Bearcats counterpart Matt O’Hara performed simply over 48 minutes and stopped 23 of 28 pictures.
The Cougars and Bearcats had been scheduled to face off within the morning bronze-medal recreation on Sunday, whereas The Gulls of St. Margarets Bay had been set to play the Cole Harbour-based New Scotland Storm within the afternoon gold-medal recreation.
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