Disappointment Hits Pee Dee at Last Home Game, 6-2
The Pee Dee Cyclones came into Sunday's game not only looking to give the fans a good show for the last home game of the season, but also hoped to string together three wins in a row. Unfortunately, the Cyclones were unable to hold on to the victory. Scott Corbett got on the board first for the Cyclones with a shot at 9:45 in the first. Jacksonville soon answered with two goals within a few minutes of each other, to go up by one. However, Pee Dee's Jeff Marler added a shot with only :59 seconds left in the period to even the score at two all. The Barracudas dominated the middle stanza, getting three goals past Cyclones' netminder Brad Buss to put the score 5-2. Coach Chris Crombie made the decision to pull Buss for Leni Di Costanzo after the fifth goal. Jacksonville kept the Cyclones off the board for the remainder of the game, but managed to add another shot to their total. Final score, 6-2. The Cyclones will be on the road for the remainder of the 2006-2007 season, with stops in Richmond on Thursday, Knoxville on Friday, and will finish out the season in Huntsville on Saturday. The Cyclones would like to thank all of their fans and sponsors for their loyalty and support this season!
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