2018-02-11 / Sports

Lapeer hockey remains on losing skid

BY SPORTS STAFF


Lapeer’s Brayden Regling, shown here leading a breakaway on Feb. 3, scored a goal and had an assist on Thursday. 
Photos by Joe Oster Lapeer’s Brayden Regling, shown here leading a breakaway on Feb. 3, scored a goal and had an assist on Thursday. Photos by Joe Oster LAPEER — Home ice advantage did nothing to help the Lapeer varsity hockey team stop its losing strike, which grew to nine games Thursday night, losing to KBHL United 11-3.

KBHL found the back of the net five times in the opening period, taking a 5-0 lead into the break.

KBHL opened the second period with another goal at the 15:37 mark to extend their lead. Lapeer finally got on the board when captain Jordan Moore scored, assisted by Brayden Regling and Cam Hetchler. KBHL scored twice more before the Lapeer offense found its groove. With 8:38 remaining in the second, Regling lit the lamp on a power play off a pass from goalie Tyler Weber. Moore then found the net again less than five minutes later, assisted by Steven Saunders and Mike McCormick, cutting the lead to 8-3. KBHL added another goal with :30 left in the second period and then two additional goals in the final frame, giving the game its 11-3 final score.


Lapeer’s Jordan Moore gets tied up with a Grand Ledge-Fowlerville defenseman on Feb. 3 Lapeer’s Jordan Moore gets tied up with a Grand Ledge-Fowlerville defenseman on Feb. 3 Lapeer, 1-17, traveled to Marysville on Saturday after we went to press and is at Bay City Western on Wednesday. -— J.O.

ALLIANCE

The Alliance played Saturday at Milford and then Wednesday is home against Fenton-Linden at the Polar Palace at 7:15 p.m. — K.R.

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