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Moose Jaw Mustangs fit to be tied in South Sask Lacrosse League action

Six weekend games result in four draws for Moose Jaw teams across all age divisions

In the end, it turned into another undefeated weekend for the Moose Jaw Mustangs in South Sask Lacrosse League action.

But it wasn’t exactly a complete success, either.

In quite possibly the strangest run of results for the Mustangs in recent years, Moose Jaw teams tied four of their six games across all age divisions, and as a result, four of their SSLL crews remain unbeaten through the first two weeks of the campaign.

The Under-11 Mustangs 2 took a 7-7 tie with Queen City and a 7-7 draw with Standing Buffalo in their two contests, while the U13s tied Swift Current 4-4 and took an 8-4 win over Moosomin. The U15s also tied the Rampage 4-4 to go along with a 10-4 victory over Queen City.

U11 Mustangs 2 7, QCMBL 7

Queen City got off to a great start and looked to have things in hand midway through the game, but that just led to a huge Moose Jaw comeback.

Trailing 5-1 with 13:03 to play in the second period, the Mustangs scored three straight goals to get back within one and then tied the game with 9:30 to play in the final period.

Regina would retake the lead three minutes later, but Bennett Dunlop would tie the game with 3:15 to play to secure the single point.

Joshua Arnold and Sterling Stewart each scored a pair of goals, while Axton Gebhart and Clark Alexander also hit the scoresheet.

U11 Mustangs 2 7, Standing Buffalo 7

The comeback shoe was on the other foot in the Mustangs’ second game of the weekend.

The Fighting Sioux scored twice in the final 4:10 -- including the tying goal from Ryker Kaiswatum with 34 seconds to play -- to earn the tie.

Arnold and Gebhart had a hat trick each, Silas Calibaba scored Moose Jaw’s other goal.

U13 Mustangs 4, Swift Current 4

Trialling 4-2 heading into the final period, the Mustangs had goals from Cash Bellefeuille and Ryder Seiferling to earn the tie.

Swift Current led 2-0 after the opening period.

Seiferling capped his night with a pair of goals, Keegan Flanagan had Moose Jaw’s other marker.

U13 Mustangs 8, Moosomin 4

Things looked like they could be setting up for yet another sister-kisser, but nursing a 5-4 lead heading into the third period, the Mustangs scored three unanswered to earn the win.

Stanley Jameson led the way with four goals, while Sieferling had a hat trick of his own. Bellefeuille also scored for the Mustangs.

U15 Mustangs 4 Swift Current 4

The Mustangs scored a pair of goals early in the second period to tie the game, but Swift Current would take advantage of a power play to take a 4-3 edge into the final frame.

There, Kashton Smith would come through with the tying goal minutes into the proceedings, and the teams would settle for the draw.

Smith picked up a goal and two assists, with Chase Folk adding a pair of markers. Hayden Nidesh added a goal and two points.

U15 Mustangs 10, QCMBL 4

As the score would indicate, the Mustangs left little to chance in their second game of the weekend.

Things were close after the first, with Moose Jaw holding a 3-2 lead, but three unanswered in the second put the Mustangs up 6-2, and they’d add four more in the third to finish off the comfortable win.

Folk had a hat trick and four points on the night, while Smith had two goals and two assists. Hayden Nidesh also had a pair of markers, while Brett Bowerin, Kysen Mac Angus and Spencer Jameson also scored.

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