The Yorkton Hyundai Terriers were back on the road tonight, this time visiting Wilcox to take on the Notre Dame Hounds.
The host Hounds started the scoring in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League contest with a pair of unanswered first period markers. Kenzie MacKinnon scored the opener, an unassisted marker at 13:55 with Curtis Wiebe adding the second at 18:16.
Jordan Guiney put the Terriers on the board 7:12 into the second with a powerplay goal.
The Hounds responded with a powerplay marker of their own at 13:47, Sho Takai registering the goal.
The third period saw the Terriers comeback to knot the score at three apiece.
Guiney started the comeback with his second of the night, a powerplay marker at 7:12.
Keenan Taphorn then scored a short-handed effort at 19:36 to send the game to extra time.
The five-minute overtime decided nothing, so the game went to the shoot-out where the Hounds finally secured a 4-3 win.
Mathew Pesenti took the loss in the Terrier net facing 30-shots, while Riley Kohonick was the winning netminder facing 39-shots for Notre Dame.