HALLOWELL, MAINE – The Thomas College ice hockey team fell short to Colby-Sawyer College 3-2 on Saturday evening at the Camden National Bank Ice Vault.
The Terriers had a couple scoring chances early in the first period, but were unable to capitalize on their opportunities. Miloslav Fuksa (Czech Republic) made a couple key saves before the first intermission and the period concluded 0-0.
Colby-Sawyer was able to score their first goal midway through the second period and quickly slapped in another goal a minute later to take a two-goal lead. The Chargers held their lead to go in to the second intermission up 2-0.
The Terriers successfully killed two penalties and continued to battle for the puck hard in the third period. Kurt Haywood (Yarmouth, Maine) beat the goaltender for the Terriers' first goal with two minutes left in the game. Colby-Sawyer answered right back, scoring their third goal. Thomas made it a 3-2 final score when Justin Wentworth (China, Maine) scored with 1.3 seconds left in the game.
Miloslav Fuksa (Czech Republic) took the loss in net for the Terriers, allowing three goals.
The Terriers will return to action against Bates College at the Camden National Bank Ice Vault on December 7 at 8:10 PM.