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Pee Wee Lakers knock in 6 against Dover

The Lakers Pee Wee I team, sponsored by Fay's Boat Yard, had a great weekend of hockey. Sunday's late afternoon game was against the Dover Stars Pee Wee team. The Lakers came out strong in the 1st period scoring just 13 seconds into the game. Trevor Gallagher put one in the back of the net from a pass from Blake Dunlap. Just about a minute later, Brendan Hanaway scored with a well-timed pass from Cole Reid. The Stars brought pressure to the Lakers end and if it wasn't for the work of one of the Laker goalies, Jacob Maheux, they would have scored. Cole Reid again rushed the puck down the middle of the 1st period making the score 3-0, Lakers with 5 minutes to go in the 1st. The Dover Stars finally came back and put one in. Laker Trent Fountain wouldn't let the period end without a great pass to Blake Dunlap, making a nice tip in the net. The score was 4-1, Lakers, at end of the 1st. Patrick Mohan had some great back-checks on defense and managed to clear the puck out of the Laker zone. Likewise, tag team Camille Pollak and Nate McCarvill worked together to force the Dover Stars out of Laker Territory. Colin McGreevy took over goalkeeping duties during halftime of the 2nd period and also made some head-turning saves. As the puck was cleared from the zone, Lakers Brendan Hanaway, passing to Cole Reid got another one past the Dover goalie, making the score now 5-1. Will Roberge flew the puck up the ice and took a serious shot on net but the Stars goalie jumped on it. Carter Rumney also saw the chance to sneak one past the Dover goalie but the goalie again made the save. Trevor Gallagher popped one in off a great pass from Trent Fountain, making the final score 6-1, Lakers prevail. The team missed injured player Ed Demers and absent player Nate Cammack and looks forward to their quick return.

 
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