Niagara Gazette


April 14, 2013

Lew-Port beats Starpoint to open modified HS hockey season

Niagara Gazette — The Lew-Port Lancers high school modified hockey team won its first game of the season with a 3-1 over Starpoint at Dwyer Arena over the weekend.

The Lancers opened the scoring on a goal by Braden Regis with just over three minutes remaining in the first period.  Lew-Port added two more goals in the second period by Mathew Carden and Anthony Roulley.

Starpoint broke goaltender Nick Shotwell's shutout bid with just over nine minutes remaining in the third when Jordan Wiegand scored.

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