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Ross nets hat trick, leads Hagersville to 9-1 win over Delhi
Story by Narrative Science.
A hat trick by Jesse Ross was the highlight in Hawks' 9-1 win against the Delhi Travellers.Ross notched his first tally 10:17 into the first period. He then added goals at 2:51 into the second and at 13:26 into the third.
The win by the Hagersville Hawks clinched the best of seven series at 0-4.
Hagersville led by only one goal at the end of the first period, but put the game away by scoring four goals in the second.
The Hawks were led by goalie Jordan Ironside, who finished with 30 saves while allowing one goal. Ironside certainly lowered his goals against average, which was 2.6 entering the contest.
Hagersville's offense rang up 46 shots on Delhi's net.
Hagersville also got points from Nick Halliday, who also had two goals and two assists and Derek Medeiros, who also racked up one goal and four assists. Deacan Krause also scored for Hagersville. More assists for Hagersville came via Dakota Powless, who had three, Mike Gruhl, Hayden Baird, Jason Gadoury, and Aleck Boyd, who each chipped in one, and Brock McEachern and Greg Longboat, who contributed two a piece.
The Travellers' offense rang up 31 shots on the Hawks' net.
Delhi was led by Travis Harper, who scored the team's only goal. Harper scored on the power play 3:09 into the first period to make the score 1-0 Delhi. The Travellers had gained a power play chance when Gruhl was whistled for interference. Corbit Morrison picked up the assist.
Hagersville incurred 20 minutes in penalty time with 10 minors. Nick Heath made 37 saves for Delhi on 46 shots. The Travellers incurred 54 minutes in penalty time with 12 minors. For Delhi, Marty MacDonald and Taylor Hockley were ejected from the contest.