Maroons Beat Sarnia In OT

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Justin Badour screens Sarnia goalie Jakob Knowles – Photo by Kelsey Vermeersch/

The Chatham Maroons had an up and down game Sunday night at Memorial Arena, but eventually walked away with a 5-4 overtime win over the visiting Sarnia Legionnaires.

Chatham trailed 3-2 and 4-3 in the game, but fought back each time, culminating in Griffin Robinson walking in alone for the OT winner, with assists going to Brett Fisher and Craig Spence.

Eddie Schulz, Dane Johnstone, Sean O’Brien, and Evan Wells also scored for the Maroons.

Wallaceburg’s Alec DeKoning had a goal for Sarnia, and also saw a goal called off.

Tristan Lewis made 53 saves between the pipes for Chatham.

Chatham will now face the top two teams in the GOJHL’s Western Conference travelling to Leamington Thursday, and hosting the London Nationals next Sunday.

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