FAYETTEVILLE, NC – Back home after a weekend on the road in multiple arenas, the Marksmen would feel the magic of Disney Night, handling their foes in the Birmingham Bulls 5-1 in front of 2800. The Marksmen would control every period from the jump, and put together one of their better performances of the year.
The first period would waste no time to getting underway, as the league-leading goal-scorer and SPHL Player of the Week Brian Bowen would get a great feed from Max Cook, and find paydirt exactly 2:30 into the game. It would take only 4:30 for the team to return to the scoreboard, as Canon Pieper would put on his first of a two-goal, first-star performance in his first game as a Marksmen. 2:15 later, on the Power Play, Stathis Soumelidis would strike for his first in his new sweater, giving the Marksmen a handed 3-0 lead heading into the second period.
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