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Wednesday, October 14, 2015
The Clarence Stallions played four games in Michigan over the Columbus Day weekend. (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)

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The 8U Mite Major Clarence Stallions traveled to Port Huron Michigan on Columbus Day weekend to play in the Glacier Pointe Halloween Classic Tournament. It was the team's first out-of-state tournament this year and despite leaving without a win, the players and families had a great time.

In their first game, Clarence bolted to a quick 2-0 lead over the CWL Kings on back to back goals by Austin Unocic. The Kings battled back in the second period but Clarence was able to take a lead to the third thanks to strong play from netminder Georgios Klentos and  goals by Chase Bukaty and Fenton Gulisano. With Clarence leading 4-3, the Kings pulled their goaltender and tied the game with 20 seconds remaining. The final was 4-4.

The second game of the tournament saw Clarence fall 6-0 to a strong Bloomfield Blades squad. The Stallions turned around quickly to play their second contest of the day against the LHA Hawks. The Hawks got off to a fast start and built an early 5-0 lead. Coach Mike Finnegan was able to settle the troops down and Clarence played a much better second half of the game before finally falling 8-2. Alexei Spence tallied for the Stallions.

In the last contest, Clarence once again fell behind early, this time to the Trenton Trojans in spite of outshooting the Trojans and carrying play predominantly in the Trenton end. Midway through the second, Trenton lead 4-0. Two goals by Logan Shelton and one by Tyler Grimm cut the margin to one. Clarence pressed late and had numerous chances to tie but were unable to beat the Trojan goaltender. The final was 4-3.

Forward Fenton Gulisano was voted by the coaching staff as the hardest working player in the tournament and received the team’s hardhat award. Fresh off the trip, Clarence returns home to play the Lakeview Warriors at 1 p.m. Saturday at Cornerstone CFCU Arena in Lockport.



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