McIsaac’s three-goal performance keys ball hockey win

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Sheldon McIsaac’s hat trick helped Central Service Station to a 4-3 win over Clancy’s Pub in the decisive game of the Bay St. George men’s ball hockey final.

The service station squad lost the opening game of the best-of-three final by a 9-3 spread.

They bounced back to win Game 2 Wednesday night, however, at Siki Bennett Memorial Stadium in St. George’s by a 7-3 margin.

Clark White scored the winning goal with 15 minutes left in regulation time to give the service station squad back-to-back titles in the Bay St. George ball hockey circuit.

Michael Hawco picked up three assist for the winners.

Brandon O’Neill, Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts forward Brandon Nicholas — who now lives and works in the area — and Josh White supplied the goals for Clancy’s.

P. J. White was the winning goaltender, while the loss was pinned on Ryan Saunders at the other end of the rink.

Organizations: Central Service Station

Geographic location: St. George, Siki Bennett Memorial Stadium

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