BLC ride hot first period to win over Kodiaks
Photo by Eric Graham
The Brooklin Lacrosse Club rode a seven-goal first period to a 14-12 win over the Cobourg Kodiaks Sunday during Major Series Lacrosse action.
The Kodiaks opened the scoring with Curtis Conley converting a Marshall Powless pass at 1:03, but were answered by Adam Perroni finishing off a Ben MacDonnell feed 21 seconds later. Connor Kearnan gave BLC their first lead of the night, blasting a Jack Boyden pass in at 2:32, followed by Sean Westley converting a Connor Kearnan pass at 3:08. Liam Osbourne continued the run converting a Connor Kearnan pass as well at 6:09.
The Kodiaks got on the board again when newcomer Cole Hanrahan converted a Marshall Powless pass 0:39 seconds later, followed by Tyler Hendryks finishing a Curtis Conley feed at 13:01.
Broedie Burkhof took a five minute face-masking penalty, and on the ensuing power-play Brooklin scored three times. The first two goals were scored by Luke Pilcher, first off a Tyler Goodchild feed at 14:03, followed by converting a Connor Kearnan pass at 16:18. Brady Kearnan scored off a Ben MacDonnell feed at 18:07. David Anderson scored off a Marshall Powless feed with just 1:22 left in the period to get Cobourg back in the game.
In the second period, the Kodiaks got on the board first with Nick Ellerton scoring shorthanded off a Rowan Kelly pass at 5:10, followed by another from Curtis Conley off an Emerson Clark feed 0:42 seconds later. Tyler Hendryks tied the game on the power-play off a Marshall Powless feed at 12:59, followed by Cole Hanrahan giving the Kodiaks the lead also off a Powless feed at 13:57. BLC stopped the bleeding when Quinn Hyland converted a Sean Westley pass at 16:53, followed by Connor Kearnan scoring off a Westley pass at 17:25 to regain the lead.
Austin Murphy opened the third period scoring for Cobourg converting a Marshall Powless pass at 4:44, followed by Tanner Buck blasting a Powless feed as well at 7:16. Aaron Woods increased the Kodiaks lead to two goals with an unassisted marker 32 seconds later.
Sean Westley scored for Brooklin on the power-play off a Connor Kearnan feed at 8:42, followed by Liam Osbourne tying the game off a Sean Westley pass at 9:07. Brady Kearnan gave Brooklin the lead once more, converting a Luke Pilcher pass at 13:55, followed by Tyler Goodchild scoring off a Sean Westley pass at 17:10. Caleb Creasor increased the lead unassisted at 18:40. Austin Murphy stopped the Brooklin run with a goal off a Tyler Hendryks pass at 19:12, but it was too little too late.