Braves Best Beavers 4-1

Last night the power play goal was golden for the Beavers as they netted three goals.  Sunday afternoon they gave up three short-handed goals in the third and fell to the Talawanda Braves 4-1 in SWOHSHL league play.  The ice was tilted from the outset, but Creek drew first blood on a goal from senior Chad Peacock that was assisted by Alex Folga and Cole Gutterman in the first for a 1-0 lead.  Chad Peacock continues to put the biscuit in the basket for the Beavers and has now scored a goal in 6 of 7 regular season games.  The Braves evened the game shortly after and things were tied at 1-1 after the first.  Creek survived the second period unscathed, mostly because of excellent goal tending from senior assistant captain Gram Doherty, who ended up turning away 47 shots on the day.  Although the game was still knotted at 1-1 after two, the wheels fell off in the third.  Next up for the Beavers is a non-league game against the Cincinnati Swords at 10 PM at the Kettering Rec Center.

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Creek Downs Mason 3-1

The Beavercreek Beavers defeated the Mason Comets 3-1 Saturday night in SWOHSHL league play.  All three of the Beavers goals came via the power play, where senior Shane Sanders scored the first and the third and assistant captain Chad Peacock got the second.  Freshman Mason Mikesch made his Beavercreek Varsity Hockey debut and almost scored on a nifty backhander in front of the net that hit the crossbar.  Kevin Bovair was between the pipes for Creek and turned away 13 shots, to get the win.  The Beavers are back on the ice Sunday afternoon at 1:00 against Talawanda at Goggin Arena in another SWOHSHL league game.

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