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81’s in WOAA series deadlock

PALMERSTON - After jumping ahead two games to none in their opening round playoff series, two weekend losses left the Mapleton-Minto 81’s tied 2-2 in their WOAA Senior playoff series with the Tillsonburg Thunder.

The Thunder won by a 4-3 count in Palmerston on Feb. 11 and by an 8-2 score in Tillsonburg on Feb. 12.

Andrew Coburn, Vic Schlueter and Joel Petkoff scored for the 81’s in the Friday night home game. Jordan Delaurier and Dylan Hoffman did the scoring Saturday in Tillsonburg.

The series continues with game five slated for Feb. 17 in Palmerston at 8:30pm and game six on Feb. 18 in Tillsonburg at 7:30pm. Game seven, if needed, would be played on Family Day, Feb. 20 in Palmerston at 2:30pm.


February 17, 2017


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