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Terriers record first win of season, topping Weyburn

Netminder Kael DePape stops 24-of-25 shots
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Weyburn netminder Joseph Young makes a save, as Carson Henry of the Terriers hopes for a rebound.
YORKTON - The Weyburn Red Wings rolled into the Westland Arena in Yorkton for Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League action tonight and the host Terriers would come away with their first win of the season.

The Terriers jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first period with a pair of goals 53-seconds apart. Clay Sleeva started things at 9:07, with Enrique Fontes scoring the second at the 10-minute mark.

The Wings would half the lead before the first intermission with Shayde Peterson scoring at 13:38.

The Terriers would manage the only marker of the middle frame, a goal at 16:45 by Karsten Kruska.

In the third Prescott Senger extended the Terrier lead with goal at 15:29, and JD Hall would add an unassisted goal into an empty net with 11-seconds left in the contest to wrap-up a 5-1 win.

Terrier netminder Kael DePape stopped 24-of-25 shots in the wind, while Joseph Young faced 40-shots allowing four goals in the loss.

Next action for Weyburn will be in Estevan this Saturday, with Yorkton hosts Notre Dame the same evening.