NEW GLASGOW – Pictou County suffered a pair of losses on the weekend in the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League.
Pictou County dropped an 8-1 decision on Sunday to the Cole Harbour Wolfpack (5-2-1-0) after falling 4-1 to Halifax (11-0-0-0) on Saturday.
Pictou County (2-7-0-0) is seventh out of eight teams in the league.
Truro’s Noah Archibald picked up an assist in Sunday’s matchup while fellow Truro resident Luke Melanson made 33 saves before being relieved in the third period by Matthew Williams, who stopped eight shots.
Nathaniel Leger scored for Pictou County.
Archibald also chalked up an assist on a Mark Vokey tally on Saturday and Melanson made 40 saves.
Truro Bearcats draft pick Jordan Yochoff scored a goal and adde a pair of helpers for Halifax.
Pictou County is back in action Saturday when it hosts Halifax at the Pictou County Wellness Centre at 7:30 p.m.
Truro’s Matthieu Fougere, Lucas Rushton and Michael Stuart, Bible Hill’s Lucas Holman and valley resident Aaron Coleman are also members of the Pictou County squad.