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Terriers drop contest in Humboldt

Yorkton in Wilcox Sunday
The Yorkton Terriers scored only once Friday. (File Photo)

HUMBOLDT - Coming off a shoot-out win in Estevan Thursday the Yorkton Terriers were back in action on the road tonight in Humboldt.

The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League game started well for the Terriers with a powerplay goal by Steven Norum at 9:23 of the first period.

At 13:06 Cage Newans tied the game for the home side, and the 1-1 score held into the middle stanza.

It took the Terriers only 1:17 into the second period to take the lead on a goal by Connor McGrath.

Alex Morozoff made it 3-1 at 7:09, headed to the final frame.

An unassisted goal by Braiden Koran 5:11 into the third extended the lead to 4-1 for the home team, which would be the end of scoring and a win for the Broncos.

Kyle DePape was in net for Yorkton facing 40-shots in the loss, while the Broncos countered with William Dyke guarding the twine, facing 28-shots in the win.

The Terriers are on the road again Sunday, when they are scheduled to head to Wilcox to take on the Notre Dame Hounds.