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The O’Leary Maroons handed the Tyne Valley Tornadoes their first loss of the 2018-19 West Prince Senior Hockey League season on Saturday night.
The Maroons, who improved to 4-1-0 (won-lost-overtime losses), also moved into sole possession of first place. O’Leary holds a two-point lead over Tyne Valley (3-1-0), which does hold one game-in-hand.
Mike MacIsaac and Tyson Carragher each had one goal and three assists to lead the Maroons to a 6-4 victory at the O’Leary Community Sports Centre.
Darcy Tuplin contributed two goals and an assist to the Maroons’ attack, and single goals came off the sticks of Jeff MacIsaac and Aaron Sweet. Connor Dyment (2), Brett Gallant and Mike Adams drew helpers.
TJ Campbell (2), Kendall Grigg and Matt Ballum answered for the Tornadoes. Devin DiJulio Connor Dillon, Josh Darrach, Adam MacLennan, Nathan Ellis and Brenan Williams chipped in with helpers.
The Maroons built period leads of 3-1 and 5-2.
Denton Rogers earned the goaltending win. Jake Hackett was between the pipes for Tyne Valley.