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Generals Fall in Matinee 10-2

Eugene, OR. -The Eugene Generals (10-14-0-1) lost 10-2 to the West Sound Warriors (20-2-0-2) in an afternoon matchup at the Rink Exchange.

Friday’s game started early due to the Generals’ Tenth Anniversary Gala being scheduled for later in the night after the game.

West Sound started with the scoring, lighting the lamp at 2:35 on a goal from Vance Siebert. Tommy Bowe, who assisted on the first goal, scored one of his own late in the first period at 15:24 when he connected on passes from Terrence Cheesboro and Maxxon Turner.

After Dom Kolbeins scored for West Sound in the second period at 6:39, Connor Hoernlein provided the first goal for the Generals when he scored two minutes later at 8:52. Buddy Dale assisted on the play.

The Warriors would score two more times before the second period ended to take a 5-1 lead. Siebert recorded a shorthanded goal at 14:57, and Ben Joseph ensued with a goal at 16:17.

In the third period, the Warriors continued their barrage with four unanswered goals to start the period. Kolbeins tallied his second goal of the game when he scored at 3:00, while Siebert completed the hat trick at 10:31. Taylor Knight scored the team’s second shorthanded goal of the game at 15:53 and Corey Pelone lit the lamp at 16:16.

With less than two minutes to go at 18:20, Hoernlein connected for his second goal. Marks Mezsargs had the assist on the team’s second score of the game.

Matthew Walters concluded the game with one more goal for West Sound, occurring just twenty-five seconds later at 18:45.

Generals Goalie Daniel Spencer recorded 24 saves on 29 shots before being pulled after the Warriors’ fifth goal. Lucas Paulsen stepped in and was able to stop 14 of 19 shots by West Sound.

Tomorrow night, the Generals and Warriors will face each other at 7:35 at the Rink Exchange. EGHN will provide coverage of the game, beginning fifteen minutes before at 7:20.


For more information:
Ryan Colby
Director of Public Relations
Eugene Generals
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541-359-4154 (office)
425-233-0890 (cell)