The goalie, #32 Sean White, had several great saves in the first period, keeping Marshwood’s score low.
At the end of the first period, the scoreboard read: 1-0, Marshwood.
Windham came out just as tough in the second period, giving 100 percent; passing and keeping the intensity up, taking shots on Marshwood’s goal.
Windham came out revved up at the start of the third period. They were determined to get one in the goal, and they did just that. Keegan Pock, #6, scored with an assist by Derek Corbett, #28. This tied up the game, 1-1.
In less than a couple minutes after, Pock scored again; this time assisted by #11, Tommy Lekousi. Shortly after that goal, Pock got a hat trick, three goals scored by the same player in one game. His final goal assisted again by Corbett.
Sean White’s quick hands, along with Windham’s defense kept Marshwood from pulling ahead.
Windham had excellent offense and defense, with great teamwork as they fought hard to put this one in the books as a win.
As the final buzzer sounded, the score remained tied and the game was going into overtime.
Windham gave 110 percent in overtime, ready to win, and battled hard to do so. However, Marshwood pulled ahead, getting the goal to make the final score 4-3.
Coach Greg Leclair commented on the night. "Tough game I thought; the first period we were the better team. Somewhat evenly played, but I thought we had the upper hand. Second period, penalties kinda killed us and zapped our momentum . . . got us behind the eight ball. Third period, they came out and played to their capabilities, and it was a complete reversal of the second [period]. We were the ones getting the power plays, we were the ones finding the net. That’s unfortunate, we came up just short. It really spoiled a tremendous game played by Sean White and Keegan Pock. Pock took a questionable penalty at the end of the second period. He atoned for it in the third; three goals in about a four minute span - those are stretches that players dream of.”