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Sunday, December 27, 2015
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The Clarence Stallions lost a close game to the Lakeview Warriors. 
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The 8U Mite Major Clarence Stallions fell to the Lakeview Warriors 4-3 on Dec. 19 at Hamburg Town Arena in a closely contested GNAHL league game.

The Stallions fell behind midway through the first but tied the game 1-1 with a minute left in the period on a shot from the slot by forward Georgios Klentos. Klentos picked up his own rebound and fired it past a sprawling Warrior goaltender after a nice feed from winger Tyler Grimm. Lakeview took a 2-1 lead midway through the second. Despite having several close scoring chances, the Stallions were unable to tie the score and entered the third down by one.

Lakeview scored what appeared to be a game clinching third goal with 5:26 remaining but the determined Stallions weren’t finished. Clarence forward Logan Shelton brought his team back to within one with 4:54 to go, snapping home a wrist shot on an odd man rush. Jake Economou tallied an assist by creating a turnover in the neutral zone and feeding Shelton the puck.

Two minutes later the Stallions tied the score 3-3. After a turnover in the Lakeview zone, Shelton picked up the loose puck and fired it over the Lakeview goaltender’s glove for his second goal of the night. Lakeview went on the score the game winner with two minutes remaining despite stellar goaltending by Clarence netminder Matteo Mancini. Despite heavy pressure by the Stallions in the last minute, the Warriors were able to hang on for the win.

Game pucks were awarded to defensemen Josh McLellan, Tyler Ranger and forward Georgios Klentos. The team’s hard working hardhat award went to Logan Shelton for the second straight week. The team is on a break from its game schedule for the holidays before travelling to Meridian Centre in St. Catharines on January 2nd to play 99 Hockey in an international scrimmage.



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