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Terriers lose to Selkirk in overtime

Hendrix gets the Terriers on the board in the third.

It was another fast paced game for the Terriers in Selkirk last night losing in overtime. Portage rallied in the third to tie things up, but were unable to close the deal in overtime.

Selkirk opened the scoring in the first when Nathan Hillis won the draw to Connor Barley who one timed it passed Aiken. Cole McCartan doubled Selkirk’s lead in the second making a nice move in the slot to find the back of the net.

Selkirk was up 2-0 on Portage heading in to the third. Ryan Hendrix got the Terriers on the board at 3:48 as he found himself in alone on Dola taking advantage of a great pass from Turner Santin. 4 minutes later Chase Brakel caught Dola out of position and buried the puck to tie the game at 2.

Regulation ended in a tie and the game went to overtime with Jake Dudar scoring just 1:22 in for the 3-2 Steelers win.

Selkirk outshot Portage 31-28. The Terriers sit 4 points back in the standings with 2 games at hand. Next up for Portage, the Wolverines in Wayway on Thursday.