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The Terriers take it to Wayway

Terriers celebrate goal by Brakel.

The Terriers are back in the win column after a 2 game losing streak beating Wayway at home last night 8-3.

Portage would get off to an early start with a goal from rookie forward Calvin Bliid as he buried a pass from Sokoloski. Newly acquired Kirklan Lycar would score the second of the game and his first as a Terrier just minutes later. Sokoloski and Brakel each picked up goals to round out the goals for Portage in the first. Former Terrier Brandon Stanley notched one for Wayway to cut the lead 3 heading in to the dressing room.

In the second the Terriers were killing off a 5 minute major cross checking penalty taken by Mack McPhee when Chase Brakel scored his 2nd of the game short-handed. Martin answered just moments later for Wayway on the powerplay. At the 10:37 mark of the frame, Chase Brakel found the back of the net for the 3rd time and his first MJHL hat trick. Terriers led 6-2 after forty minutes.

Cochrane beat Aiken in the 3rd to bring Wayway within 3, but Thompson and Enns put the game out of reach for an 8-3 final.

Terriers’ next home game is this Saturday October 29th against the Winkler Flyers