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Moose Jaw continues winning ways with pair of victories in South Sask Lacrosse League action

Mustangs U11 2 battle to win over Weyburn, U11 1 Mustangs tie Queen City, U13 Mustangs dominate Crossfire

It was another night of success for the Moose Jaw Mustangs on Wednesday, as three teams picked up points in South Saskatchewan Lacrosse League action.

Both U11 teams took the floor at the Kinsmen Arena, with the Mustangs 2 taking a 6-5 victory over the Weyburn Thrashers and Mustangs 1 battling to an 8-8 tie with the Queen City Heat. The U13s were also in action in Regina, rolling to a 14-3 win over Queen City.

U11 Mustangs 2 6, Weyburn 5

Midway through the third period it looked as if the Mustangs would were about to take their first loss of the season, after Weyburn scored a pair of goals early in the frame to take a 5-4 lead.

Sterling Stewart would score for Moose Jaw to tie the game at 8:54, and just over four minutes later, Joshua Arnold would score the game-winner to give Moose Jaw the victory.

Arnold finished the game with four goals, while Bennet Dunlop had their other marker.

U11 Mustangs 1 8, Queen City 8

The Mustangs took a two-goal lead into the final five minutes of the game but wouldn’t be able to hold on for the win, as Queen City’s Karsen Peberdy would score twice in just over a minute to salvage the tie.

Kipton Tremblay scored five goals for Moose Jaw, while Stanley Jameson had a hat trick of his own. Kayden Howes had two assists and Jack Hourie added their other marker.

U13 Mustangs 14, Queen City 3

Moose Jaw left nothing to chance, roaring out to a 6-1 lead in the first period and building a 9-2 edge through two.

Ryder Seiferling had a solid game for the Mustangs, scoring five goals and seven points, while Cruz Seaborg had a pair of goals and a four-point night. Keegan Flanagan and Vanden Chappel scored a pair each, Ethan Thedroff, Connor Hart-Livingston and Kieran Neuls-Dumoulin each had single markers.

Rylan Deichert played set up man with five assists.


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