With the four points series between the South Dundas Peewee C House Lions and Char-Lan tied at a win apiece, each of the two were looking to put it away in game three played in Morrisburg, last night, Tuesday, February 11. The game result was not available at press time.
The series got rolling in Morrisburg, on Saturday, with the Lions claiming a come-from-behind, 2-1 win.
Callum Robertson scored the lone Char-Lan goal midway into the second period, and the 1-0 Char-Lan lead held until early in the third.
Jacob Byvelds, with help from Kurtis Markell, scored the tying goal for the Lions, and then, with 4:57 left on the clock Owen Orendi, with help from Tyler DeDekker, counted the winner against Char-Lan goaltender Tristan Martin.
Michaela Mustard and Kelly Forrester shared the Lions goaltending duties.
Monday night, February 10, the Lions were on the road and lost game two, 4-2, which evened the series at two points apiece. Details of the game were not available at press time.
The South Dundas Peewee C Lions finished the regular season in third place with 23 points.
Alexandria in first with 43 and NGS in second with 34 received first-round playoff byes.
That left the third place Lions (21 points) to play sixth place Char-Lan (nine points) in one quarter-final series, while South Stormont (21 points) and South Grenville (13 points) are in the second series.