Maulers take a loss against Swift Current

The Yorkton Secon Maulers had a tough match on the weekend. The Swift Current Legionnaires were in town for a Sunday afternoon contest, and they were raring to go.

Swift Current started off the scoring in the first, with a goal from Cash Arntsen, assisted by Brandon Von Hagen. Their second goal came with just over two minutes left in the period, Jaxon Martens scoring with an assist from Brett Fogg.

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The Maulers scored first in the second to keep them in the game, with a power play goal from Kai Joorisity, assisted by Kylen Taphorn. The Legionnaires then scored twice to kick them back out of it. Quinn Strang got a power play goal of his own, assisted by Riley Dekowny and Jaxon Martens. With just over a minute left in the period, Jonah Regier scored with an assist from Quinn Strang and Brandon Von Hagen.

The Legionnaires then cemented their lead in the third. Logan Linklater scored with an assist from Spencer Bell and Jaxon Martens. The final goal of the game was another for Swift Current, with a power play goal from Riley Dekowny assisted by Jaxon Martens and Brett Fogg.

The Maulers sit in second last place in the SMAAAHL with three wins and 18 losses, just above the Notre Dame Argos, who have a record of two wins and nineteen losses.

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