2019 Neely Cup Results: Day One
With the 2019 Neely Cup underway from the Veterans Memorial Coliseum, we will take a look at the scoring updates throughout the tournament. Teams play two 25-minute games per day, with the championship game taking place this Saturday. Recaps of tonight's contests are as followed.
Game 1 Scoring Summary:
Team Peterson (1) vs. Team Scatchard (3)
[1-0] Team Scatchard (White) Jaydon Dureau at 2:00
[1-1] Team Peterson (Red) Mason Mannek, assist from Hunter Andrew at 13:08
[2-1] Team Scatchard (White) Reece Newkirk from Matt Quigley at 16:59
[3-1] Team Scatchard (White) James Stefan (empty net) from Nick Cicek at 23:41
SAVES: Dante Giannuzzi stopped 19 of 20 for Team Scatchard, while Parker Sawka stopped 17 of 20 for Team Peterson.
Team Scatchard (1-0-0, 2 points || 3 goals for || 1 goal against)
Team Peterson (0-1-0, 0 points || 1 goal for || 3 goals against)
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