Thunder score three in the third to top Alvinston

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Owen McGowan, Brennan Feasey and Ethan Lamoureux celebrate after the first goal Friday, April 19.

It was all Tillsonburg in the third period to steal the Alvinston Killer Bees thunder at home.

The Thunder scored three in the third to take game four of the Western Ontario Super Hockey League final 5-3 Friday night in Alvinston.

The Killer Bees, playing before a packed crowd at the Brooke-Alvinston-Inwood Community Centre, drew first blood in the first as Owen McGowan scored with 2:05 left in the period. Brennan Feasey and Ethan Lamoureux assisted.

Tillsonburg’s Kyle Baker responded at 13:13 in the second. The Killer Bees Franco Sproverio scored off the stick of Feasey and James McEwan just two minutes later.

Rylan Bowers scored on the power play for Alvinston, with Feasey getting his third assist of the night. Bayly Fryfogle also assisted.

Jamie MacQueen scored for Tillsonburg before the end of the second, sending the teams to the dressing room with the Killer Bees leading 3-2.

But the Thunder scored three in the third for the comeback win.

The Killer Bees travel to Tillsonburg for Game Five Saturday. Game Six will be in Alvinston Monday night.

Franco Sproveria gets hit in the chest during Friday’s game.
Owen McGowan, Brennan Feasey and Ethan Lamoureux celebrate after the first goal Friday.
Nolan Dekoning nabs a shot in the second period