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The lesser Cumberland Grads upset the Cornwall Colts
The Cornwall Colts squandered a 3-0 lead and eventually lost 4-3 in Overtime to the Cumberland Grads Thursday. The Colts record now falls to 17-4 on the season. Pictured is Grads player Jonathan Elliot scoring on Colts goaltender Lukas Hafner.

Cornwall - Nov. 4, 2011 - The Cornwall Colts squandered a 3-0 lead and eventually lost 4-3 in Overtime to the Cumberland Grads Thursday. The Colts record now falls to 17-4-0-1 on the season.

William Petschenig opened the scoring for Cornwall just two minutes into the game. Marly Quince made it 2-0 for the home team at the halfway point of the first to round out the scoring for the opening frame. Quince notched his second of the game three minutes into the second period, in what would be the last tally for Ian MacInnis’ first place Colts.

It was all Cumberland the rest of the way. Eric Clitsome and Matt Cuglietta scored for the Grads in the second to pull them within one. Daniel Walsh tied the game for Cumberland at 17:39 of the third period to force overtime.

The Grads won the shootout on goals by Jonathan Elliot and Nick Martin. Michael Phillips and Alexandre Gendron could not score for the Colts. With the win the Grads’ record improves to 7-11.

The game was played in front of 1,018 spectators at the Cornwall Civic Complex. The three stars were Quince (1st), Martin (2nd) and Phillips (3rd). The Colts are in action again on Sunday when they travel to Carleton Place to take on the Canadians in an afternoon tilt.


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