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Late-game heroics lead Havoc to comeback victory

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Fresh off the heels of a gut-punch of a 3-1 loss to Ronaoke on the road last night, Fayetteville would return to the All-American City to host the defending President Cup champion Huntsville Havoc for the first of a home-weekend. The titan-tilt would live entirely up to its admission price.

The first period between the student-and-teacher lead teams could only be described as a chess match. Back and forth action would play to nobody’s favor, as traded blows would result in nothing on the scoresheet for either side. Goaltenders Max Milosek and Ben Halford would set the tone for what promised to be a game of earned goals, and after 20 minutes of play at the Crown, it would be a scoreless affair. Shots would favor the road Havoc 12-8, despite quality scoring chances from Shane Bednard and Max Cook.

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