Fulton Pee Wees hockey wins one, loses one

The Fulton Pee Wees hockey team, sponsored by Cargill, Inc., Foster Funeral Home and Pathfinder Bank, competed in two games this past weekend — beating Ithaca 4-1 but dropping a hard-fought contest to Camillus 4-3.

The action started when the Pee Wees traveled to Ithaca Saturday.

The Pee Wees began the first period strong with an early goal by #35 Eric Shear that was assisted by #25 Sidney Bradshaw. Ithaca countered that goal with one of their own that ended the first period in a tie 1-1.

The second period saw the most activity with an initial goal from #71 Chayton Sykes that was assisted by #35 Eric Shear. Shear ended the period with two more unassisted goals putting Fulton in the lead 4-1 going into the third period.

The third period saw some exceptional defensive and offensive play from #48 Andrew Hyde, #88 Calexander Connolly and #10 Madison Lewis along with the rest of their teammates. The Pee Wees held off Ithaca throughout the 3rd period ending the game with a win 4-1.

Fulton’s goalie #20 Nathaniel Lindsey saved 11 goals.

Hitting home ice on Sunday Nov. 24, Fulton faced off against Camillus 1.

Fulton blazed through the first period earning the first goal of the game with an over-the-shoulder netter by #35 Eric Shear, assisted by #00 Jadon Lee and #86 Johnathan McCann.

Camillus tied it up by the end of the first period and took control in the second period netting two more against Fulton.

In the third period, Camillus garnered themselves a fourth goal.

Pulling themselves up and back into action, Fulton’s #35 Eric Shear netted two more goals that were assisted by #25 Sidney Bradshaw and #2 Jarred Willis, Jr.

Pulling their goalie for the last few seconds of play, the Pee Wees including #15 Derek Carter and #32 Lane Phillips gave their all in an effort to try to tie up the game.

In the end, they weren’t able to pull it off and Camillus won 4-3.

Fulton’s goalie #20 Nathaniel Lindsey saved 28 goals.

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