Crusaders Comeback Falls Short
The John Bapst Crusaders scored three goals in the third period but fell short in their comeback attempt losing to Camden-Hills 4-3.The Windjammers came into the contest as the number one seed in the Western Maine heal points without a loss on the season. After a scoreless first period they erupted for three goals in the second with Jack Orne, the teams leading scorer netting the first goal on the powerplay.
John Bapst cut the lead when Logan Cyr-Ellis notched his first goal of the season before Jon Cheff followed up with one of his own just moments later. With just under six and a half minutes to play Simon Lydon scored to build the lead back up to a couple goals, but Matthew Spear scored his team leading ninth goal of the season to get the Crusaders within one. In the final 30 seconds of the game John Bapst pulled their goalie and had two point blank range shots that would have tied it up but were stoned by Windjammers goalie Jet Magri.
Camden-Hills moves to 9-0-1 with the win while John Bapst falls to 5-5.