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Mapleton-Minto 81’s seventh heading into stretch run

by Patrick Raftis

PALMERSTON - The Mapleton-Minto 81’s sit in seventh place in the 14-team Western Ontario Athletic Association Senior loop following action last weekend.

After dropping a 6-5 decision to the ninth place Rock in Elora, and losing 3-2 to the Petrolia Squires,  the team fell to a 9-7-0-2 record, for 21 points on the season.

That leaves the local squad 14 behind the league-leading Clinton Radars, but only one behind the Squires and Shelburne Muskies, who sit tied for fifth.

Centre Adam Kawalec leads the 81’s in scoring with 32 points (15 goals and 17 assists), followed by Austin Gaboury (four goals and 17 assists), Riley O’Connell (12 goals and nine assists), Wade Pfeffer (four goals and 15 assists), Colin Hartwick (10 goals and six assists) and Brady Anderson (five goals and 10 assists).

The team’s next action is set for Jan 12 at 7:30pm in Lucknow against the Lancers, followed by a Jan. 19 home tilt against Tillsonburg at 4pm.

The Mapleton-Minto 81’s host the Elora Rock at 2pm on Jan. 20 to wrap up the regular season.


January 11, 2019


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