TRURO – It was a rough weekend in the Nova Scotia Major Bantam Hockey League for the Truro Bearcats.
Truro Bearcats forward Reuben MacKenzie battles behind the net with Dartmouth Whalers defenceman Noah Samways Sunday during Nova Scotia Major Bantam Hockey League action at RECC. The Bearcats lost the game 4-2. Matthew Veno – Truro Daily News
The Bearcats (2-7-2) were doubled 4-2 on home ice Sunday by the Dartmouth Whalers a day after getting topped 6-2 by the St. Margaret’s Bay Guls.
The results leave Truro 11th among the league’s 12 teams.
Carson Lanceleve and Reuben MacKenzie scored for Truro on Sunday and Cameron Allaby picked up the lone assist. Jack Lynds made 35 saves in the crease.
On Saturday, Truro got goals from Matthew Smith and Gerald Blackmore. Lynds stopped 34 shots.
The Bearcats are back in action Saturday when they host the Scotsburn Crushers (2-9-1) at RECC at 4 p.m. before travelling to Berwick to meet Kings (0-12-0) on Sunday.