Jr. Sting rally falls short in U18 loss


Trailing 4-1 after two periods, the Lambton Jr. Sting rallied for a pair of unanswered goals in the third period but fell just short bowing 4-3 to the Wolves in Waterloo on Sunday. Waterloo now leads the six-point Alliance League U18 championship series, three points to one after the teams skated to a 2-all tie on Saturday.

Game three is tomorrow (Tuesday) night at the Progressive Auto Sales second rink at 7:15.

Carter Fogarty led the Sting last night with a goal and two assists and Ethan Silcox added a goal and a helper. Blake Barnes had the other Lambton goal.

Elsewhere on the Jr. Sting playoff scoreboard on the weekend, the U10’s won its fifth straight postseason game beating Windsor, the U11’s beat London and Windsor, the U12’s split a pair of game with Chatham-Kent and the U13’s lost to Essex.