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2. Get quotes from players and coaches!3. Tell the story. What happened in the first half? What happened in the second half? Why did the goalie have so many saves? Why did the midfield score more then the attack?
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Home Team: Highland Rams
Home Team Score: 12
Away Team: East Leopards
Away Team Score: 8
Leading Scorers: Tim Haslam (6G, 2A – Highland), Mike Anderson (4G, 4A – East)
Goalies & Goalies Stats: Fernando Lara (12S, Highland), John Galloway (11S, East)
FOS Stats: Kyle Harrison (18/24 – Highland), Justin Turri (6/24 – East)
Misc Stats or Notes: This was Coach Danowskis 300th win for Highland
The game started off with Highland winning the opening face-off and controlling the tempo. Mark Hepworth scored the games opening goal for the Rams when Marcus Brady drove down the alley and found Hepworth creeping on the crease. The Leopards answered just seconds later though on a failed clear. Attackman Joey Anderson rode hard and forced a turnover. He then faked high and shot low for the Leopard goal. The rest of the first half was back and forth, leading to a 6-6 halftime score.
In the second half, the Rams continued to play well while their defense held strong against the East attack. Goalie Fernando Lara played lights out in the cage for the Rams, stuffing several point blank shots. Ultimately it was the Rams day as they beat their cross-town rival East, 12-8.