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Terriers look to close out the semi-final tomorrow in Winnipeg

B.Bowles lines up against Stefanson for the draw.

The Terriers will be looking to wrap up the MJHL semi-final tomorrow night at the Ice-plex in Winnipeg. Portage won game 3 last night at the PCU in front of a crowd of 1001.

The Blues were quick to get on the board when Taeron Lewis scored five hole on Nathan Park just 16 seconds in to the game. Brandon Stanley would notch one for the dogs just over the halfway point to tie the game at one. For the first time this series the Blues would head to the dressing room ahead on the scoreboard as Lewis would score his second of the game for a 2-1 lead to end the frame.

With another fast paced aggressive game, the Terriers settled in to a groove in the second scoring 4 goals. Wowryk, MacDonald, Stanley with his second of the game and Brad Bowles.

Not giving up the Blues came out in the 3rd scoring back to back power play goals from Pruden and Hillis to bring the game within one. With 4:44 to go, Brad Bowles would score his 2nd and Nick Henry would all but seal the deal with the empty netter.