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January 16, 2014

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JV League Floor Hockey, Game 4

Sparky’s Wings & Things unhinged JNR Gutters 5-0. Billy St. Amand scored a hat trick for Sparky’s. Daniel Howell and Samuel Powell scored a goal each for Sparky’s to secure the victory. Dylan Fontaine and Riley St. Amand played a strong defense for JNR Gutters, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Sparky’s onslaught.

Align Credit Union triumphed over the 99 Restaurant & Pub 6-3. Victor Van, Braden Dorr, Aiden Corcoran and James Darwin played a strong first period for Align Credit Union and scored a goal each. Enrique Alvarado and Tuan Nguyen scored one goal each for the 99 Restaurant & Pub, which trailed by one goal at the end of the first period. Emma Laviolatte and Franklin Libby scored a goal each for Align Credit Union at the end of the second period, giving them a 6-2 lead. Jakob Ruperto scored a goal for 99 Restaurant & Pub with 1:20 on the clock, but it just wasn’t enough.

Major League Floor Hockey, Game 4

Twomey & Legare Contracting took out Messinger Chiropractic 10-2. Evan Foskett was on fire and scored five goals in the showdown for Twomey & Legare, while Nathan Libby scored three goals. Dariya Robinson and Brian Morales scored one goal each in the first period for Messinger Chiropractic, but Messinger failed to score in the remaining periods.

Malcolm Insurance defeated American Resource Staffing 5-1. Jason McKeon put on a show for Malcolm Insurance and scored three goals. Walker Deschenes and Jordyne Deveau both scored a goal for Malcolm Insurance to solidify the win. Damian Fry scored the one and only goal for American Resource Staffing in the second period.

Pistone Containers shut out Dempsey Insurance 2-0. Woodrow Reese scored the first goal of the game for Pistone Containers in the first period with 47.6 seconds left on the clock. Michael Gaston played excellent goalie for Pistone Containers, stopping every puck that came his way. Jade Banks scored the final goal for Pistone Containers in the second half. Both teams failed to score in the third period. Pistone Containers ended its two game losing streak.

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