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Junior Terriers split pair on road

Win in Battlefords drop contest in Kindersley
Terrier Captain Kishaun Gervais scored Friday versus the North Stars. (File Photo)
YORKTON - After weekend action the Yorkton Terriers sit with a 7-10-0-0 record and 14 points in the Saskatchewan  Junior Hockey League.

The Terriers sit second in the Viterra Division 11-pointsbehind front running Estevan and three-up on both Melville and Weyburn.

It took only 1:06 of action Saturday for the Terriers to hit the score sheet in Rosetown versus Kindersley, with Colby Vrani notching the marker.

But, the hometown Klippers responded quickly as Jaxon Georget evened things 1-1 scoring at 5:31.

Aidan Bangs gave Kindersley the lead at 8:32, with the 2-1 score holding through the remainder of the first period.

The 2-1 score would hold through a scoreless middle frame.

Carson Henry scored at 7:45 of the third to tie the contest, but a second goal by Georget at 15:55 would give the hone side a 2-1 win.

Bradley Mistol was in net for the Terriers for the loss facing 24-shots, while Brett Sweet was in net for the Klippers and the win facing 27.

Friday action

The Terriers visited the Battlefords North Stars Friday striking first with a goal by Logan Cyca at 7:43 of the opening frame.

The Stars tied the game at 18:26 on a goal by Emmet Wurst, only to have Yorkton reestablish a one-goal lead eight seconds later when Kishaun Gervais found the twine.

The second period was a carbon copy with Gervais scoring first for Yorkton 57-seconds in, only to have Battlefords reply with a Matthew Henry goal at 3:37.

Then Maddux Nollski scored for Yorkton at 7:41, making it a 4-2 lead through 40-minutes.

Yorkton again struck first in the third period on a goal by Karsten Kruska at 8:35, but again Battlefords replied, this time only 10-seconds later on a goal by Kevin-Thomas Walters at 8:45.

But that would be it for scoring as Yorkton took a 5-3 win.

Kael DePape was in net for Yorkton facing 34-shots.

The Stars split time between Michael Harroch facing 27 shots and Ulrik Roussel who faced 27 as well, but was tagged with the loss allowing four of the five goals.