Cattoni leads Lakers over Kodiaks

Photo by Anna Taylor

The Peterborough Lakers got four goals and three assists from Holden Cattoni to lead the way in a 12-9 win over the Cobourg Kodiaks Thursday during Major Series Lacrosse action.

The Lakers got on the board when Austin Hasen opened the scoring off a Holden Cattoni pass at 3:58 on the power-play, followed by Taite Cattoni scoring in transition off a Matt Gilray feed at 6:17. Holden Cattoni added another Peterborough marker off a Cam Milligan pass at 13:40 also on the power-play, followed by a Mike Robinson goal blasting a Turner Evans feed in at 16:37.

Carson Moyer got Cobourg on the board beating Landon Kells at 19:17, but a buzzer beater from Cam Milligan with just 0:08 seconds remaining restored the Lakers four goal lead.

Emerson Clarke opened the scoring for Cobourg unassisted at 5:51, but Nick Roode answered back converting a Holden Cattoni feed at 9:46.

David Anderson scored again for the Kodiaks off a pretty play from Carson Moyer at 11:28, but a blast from Holden Cattoni off a Taite Cattoni pass kept the lead at four.

Josh Currier welcomed Brown to the game with a nice individual effort off a Taite Cattoni pass at 15:51, followed by Holden Cattoni again scoring off a Taite Cattoni feed 0:42 seconds later. Turner Evans added one more goal before the end of the period, converting a Cam Milligan pass at 19:17.

Tyler Hendryks got the Kodiaks rolling on the power-play, converting a Marshall Powless pass at 1:53, but a howitzer from Holden Cattoni kept the lead seven goals at 9:00.

Tanner Buck scored on the power-play for Cobourg off a Marshall Powless pass at 15:03, followed by Scott Dominey scoring in transition off a Curtis Romancych feed 0:12 seconds later. Cobourg kept pressing with Tanner Buck scoring again off a Scott Dominey feed at 15:37, followed by Dominey himself scoring again in transition off a Curtis Conley pass at 16:56. Cobourg’s fifth in a row had David Anderson convert a Tanner Buck pass at 19:37, but time was running out on the comeback.

Nick Roode put an exclamation point on the game scoring on a penalty shot with just 2 seconds left in the game.