Locking’s four goals lead Wolves to 7-3 win

Posted: February 21, 2015 in News and notes

Nick Locking had another big night for the Ripley Wolves.

The veteran sniper scored four goals, including one 18 seconds into the first period, to lead the Wolves to a 7-3 win over Shelburne, in the third game of the five-game ‘A’ playoff round robin. The Wolves, now 2-1, can secure a spot in the semi-finals with a win tonight over Milverton (8 p.m., in Ripley).

Joining Locking in the scoring was Mark Stanley, Drew Davidson and Brett Catto. Assists went to Travis Vangaver (3), Jeremy McQuillin, Tim Dwinnell, Jordan Turcotte, Paul Stewart, Alex MacLeod, Cody Britton, Davidson, Jordan Cale and Brian Stanley.

Kurt Edwards was solid in the Wolves net, facing 23 shots for the win.

Ripley hosts Milverton on Saturday night in Game 4 of the round robin. A win would assuredly secure the Wolves a spot in the semi-finals. They wrap up the round robin on Sunday, March 1, in Ripley, against rival Lucknow at 3:30 p.m.

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