Brewer Surges Early To Beat Bangor at Alfond Arena

Updated 3 years ago

Last time these two teams met, the Rams pulling out a rare win over the Witches. Brewer has had the upper hand in this matchup historically. Bangor wearing special stickers on their helmet tonight to support Kevin Griffin, Conor Griffin’s dad, in his battle with cancer.First period, not much scoring, until Kyle Alexander fakes out his defenderand then is able to put it past Chris Howat, making it 1-0 Witches.In the second, Brewer would strike again. This time, Alexander feeds Spencer Valley in front. He called for it, he got it, and the Witches go up 2-0.Later on, Brewer up 4-0. Valley with another chance in front, it’s stopped, but then deflected into the net. Third goal of the night for valley, hat trick for the junior, and it’s 5-0 Brewer.But Bangor would make it interesting…very interesting! First, it’s Zeb Tuell who breaks the ice for the Rams and it’s 5-1.Not much later, Bangor scores another. Parker Sanderson with the shot from the point and it finds the back of the net, making it 5-2. Bangor would get as close as two goals down, but Brewer holds on at the Alfond in Orono, 6-4 the final.


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