YORKTON - The Yorkton Terriers hosted Notre Dame in SJHL action Friday evening and early on the game was playing out in the home team’s favour.
Cohner Saleski gave the Terriers an early lead with an unassisted goal at 10:36.
The lead lasted only a tick longer than a minute when Cyprus Smith-Davis tied the game at 11:37.
Only slightly longer than another minute passed when Antoine Saint-Onge scored at 12:48 to give the Hounds a 2-1 lead, a lead which held into the second period.
The middle stanza belonged to Carson Baylis who scored twice, once on the powerplay, to extend the Notre Dame lead to 4-1.
Smith-Davis added his second of the night, this one on the powerplay in the third period to round out a 5-1 win for the visitors.
Tucker Inabinet was in net for the Hounds stopping 29-of-30 shots, while Tysen Smith took the loss for Yorkton facing 36-shots.
The loss left the Terriers with an 8-12 for 16 points and third place in the Viterra Division, while the Hounds are 9-11-1-1 for 20 points, third best in the Global Ag Risk Solutions Division.
The Terriers are back in action Saturday at the Westland Insurance Arena when Estevan is scheduled to visit. The Bruins lead the Viterra with 28 points.