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Stratford Gazette

A third-period comeback gave the Crabby Joe's Minor Bantam MD Warriors a 2-2 Alliance tie with the London Bandits last Tuesday, Oct. 26 at the Rotary Complex.

Warriors trailed 2-0 going into the third period, but goals by Casey Champion and Mitch McFadden gave them the single point.

Ryan Van Dam played well in net for Stratford.• Stratford Hishon's Embroidery Midgets earned their first win of the season on the road against the Kitchener Marauders, winning 3-1 last Tuesday, Oct. 26.

Leah Henry led the way for Stratford with two goals, while Eilis Weber had a goal and an assist. Jen Jacobs and Sara Farquhar also picked up assists.

Hishon's Midgets, meanwhile, lost the first game of the season 2-1 to Woolwich Wild.

Henry scored the lone Stratford goal, with an assist from Megan Doherty.

On Saturday, the Hishon Midget girls battled hard, losing 1-0 to Waterloo Ravens.  

This past Sunday afternoon at Dufferin, the Hishon's Embroidery Midgets lost 3-1 to Twin Centre.

Leah Henry scored the lone Stratford goal, unassisted.• Stratford Neumeister Motors Tier 2 Novices were doubled 8-4 by Mitchell last Wednesday night, Oct. 27.

Patrick Holloway had a goal and an assist for the Warriors while Camden Daigle, Adam Windsor and Alex Cassone with his first of the year also replied for Stratford.

Kadin Eybergen chipped in two assists, and Luke Gaylor had a very strong game and earned one assist.

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