McCloy’s Pair Finishes Off Mayhem, 4-1

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – A weekend sweep and a point out of fifth place on the line as the Marksmen closed out the weekend against the Mayhem. Fayetteville, again wearing their purple Marksmen Fight Cancer sweaters, struggled in the opening few minutes. The Marksmen got outshot five to three in the first five minutes of play.

With the multitude of shots coming from Macon shooters, something had to happen. Contrary to yesterday’s game, the scoring got started quick. Only 4:24 into the opening period, Macon’s John Siemer put it past Nathan Perry. The goal was the first goal scored in the first period by either team since both scored in the opening period of last Saturday’s game. The Mayhem had an early lead, and momentum on their side.


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