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Late goal helps Colts eliminate Plainsmen

Jared Maxwell scored a power-play goal midway through the third period and the Deloraine/Hartney Colts shut the door after that as they survived a scare from the Crocus Plainsmen in the Westman High School Hockey League playoff series on Sunday.

Maxwell netted the other marker for the Colts, the regular-season champions, as they edged the Plainsmen 2-1 in the third and deciding game in their league quarter-final.

In Saturday’s games, it was: Plainsmen 3, Colts 2 (OT) and Melita/Waskada Devils 4, Dauphin Clippers 3 (OT).

In Hartney, Mitch Vandoorne and Ty Moffat picked up helpers for the Colts.

Norman Brightnose replied for the Plainsmen, who got an assist from Dawson Waddell.

Plainsmen 3 Colts 2 (OT)

In Kinsmen Arena, Brightnose scored the overtime winner for Crocus, which also got goals from Waddell and Hunter Goodon. Maxwell and Regan Bertholet replied for Deloraine/Hartney.

Devils 4 Clippers 3 (OT)

In Melita, Brett Murray scored in overtime as the Devils tied the best-of-three quarter-final 1-1. James Turnbull scored the tying goal for Melita/Waskada with only 21 seconds left in the third period. Theron Ash had a goal and an assist for the Clippers, who host the deciding game tonight at 8:30.

» Brandon Sun

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition February 24, 2014

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Jared Maxwell scored a power-play goal midway through the third period and the Deloraine/Hartney Colts shut the door after that as they survived a scare from the Crocus Plainsmen in the Westman High School Hockey League playoff series on Sunday.

Maxwell netted the other marker for the Colts, the regular-season champions, as they edged the Plainsmen 2-1 in the third and deciding game in their league quarter-final.

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Jared Maxwell scored a power-play goal midway through the third period and the Deloraine/Hartney Colts shut the door after that as they survived a scare from the Crocus Plainsmen in the Westman High School Hockey League playoff series on Sunday.

Maxwell netted the other marker for the Colts, the regular-season champions, as they edged the Plainsmen 2-1 in the third and deciding game in their league quarter-final.

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