Stamps bounce Kangaroos in home-ice win

The Williams Lake Stampeders, despite being outshot 39-27 on home ice, upended the Quesnel Kangaroos Saturday in a 5-3 decision.

The Williams Lake Stampeders, despite being outshot 39-27 on home ice, upended the Quesnel Kangaroos Saturday in a 5-3 decision.

After a scoreless first period Williams Lake bounced out to a 2-1 lead after two periods of play with goals from Nathan Zurak and Jassi Sangha.

Stuart Sasges, Caleb Roy and Sangha, with his second of the night on an empty net, gave Williams Lake the 5-3 lead in the third.

Goaltender Justin Foote picked up the win for the Stamps in between the pipes.

The win ensured Williams Lake will stay atop the standings of the Central Interior Hockey League with nine wins and one loss on the campaign.

They’ll be back in action this Saturday, Dec. 10 at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex in a rematch with the Kangaroos. Puck drop is 7:30 p.m.

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