Wareham/Carver hockey team beats Bourne for first time in 15 years
The Wareham/Carver Vikings hockey team celebrated a win over Bourne High School for the first time in 15 years after defeating its rival 5-3 on Jan. 5.
The win brings the Vikings’ overall record to 5-2. The team’s South Coast Conference record is 2-0.
Tyler Lovendale had a hat trick and an assist. Quirino doCanto added a goal and three assists and Wylde Latulippe had a goal and assist for the Vikings.
Bourne scored the first goal of the game, early in the first period, but it was the only time they held a lead. The Vikings answered less than a minute later when Lovendale beat the goalie with a quick shot over his shoulder, assisting on the play were doCanto and LaTulippe.
In the third period, LaTulippe put home a rebound off a shot from doCanto and Lovendale got an assist as well. doCanto eventually put the game out of reach with a goal for himself. Goalie Alex DeMarco made 27 saves on the night.
The Vikings’ next game is Wednesday, Jan. 9 at 5 p.m. at Gallo Arena in Bourne. The team will face the GNB Bears.