FAYETTEVILLE, N.C . – A powerful night at the Crown as the Marksmen and the community of Fayetteville stuck it to cancer on Friday, all while trying to stick it the the Mayhem. The Marksmen needed to get a win after a rough last few weekends. They needed to gain on the Mayhem in the standings, and had a perfect chance to do so on Friday night – for a good cause.
Unsurprisingly, the game started off slowly for both teams. A Macon penalty cut the period in half, but Fayetteville failed to convert with the advantage. Fayetteville controlled the puck in the offensive end, out-shooting the Mayhem by nine. The Marksmen got a penalty with the clock fading out, but Macon didn’t convert before the horn. Both teams went into the intermission scoreless, although Fayetteville seemed to have the momentum with shots already heavy in their favor.
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Article Credit: Preston Baker
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