Bath Takes One Goal Win From Livonia

-  SPORTSFIVE REPORT:  Bath defeated Livonia 15-2 the first time they faced each other this season but their game today was decidedly closer. The Rams scored the last four goals to secure a 9-8 victory. The Bulldogs were held scoreless for 26:49 with their last goal coming in the second quarter. Bath took an earlier lead and scored the first two goals. Tyler Finch and Michael Rice scored for the Rams to give them a 2-0 lead three minutes in the game.

Livonia came back and scored back to back to tie the game for first (of four) times. Timothy Lischer and Reid Mattle scored for the Bulldogs. After tying, the Rams scored two more goals to retake a two goal lead (4-2). Rice scored his second and third goals with assists from Jonathan Deats and Connor DiDomineck. Livonia scored the next two goals to end the first half tied 4-4. They kept their momentum into the second quarter and scored the first goal. The Bulldogs took their first lead with a goal from Kirk Kornbau with 9:14 remaining in the half. Two minutes later Bath tied the game for the third time with DiDomineck assisting Connor Cupp.

The Bulldogs took over after Cupp`s goal and scored three unanswered to take an 8-5 lead. The game remained a three goal difference at the half. Bath scored two in the third, but still trailed 8-7. The game tied for the last time on an unassisted goal from DiDomineck with 11:39 remaining. A face-off fast-break secured the win only 0:11 later. Patrick Brewer scored his lone goal of the game unassisted.

Between the pipes for Bath, Jacob Cupp finished with 11 saves on 42 minutes. Trey Kinner ended at 50% (2s/2ga) over the remaining six minutes. For Livonia, Justin LaDuke recorded 11 saves and played the entire game.

 



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