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Trappers net key win over Greyhounds

The first place Trappers move four points up on Greyhounds.
Joel Rainville got the win in goal for the Trappers over the rival Greyhounds. File photo.

The North Bay & District Midget AAA Trappers created some breathing room on top of the Great North Midget League standings with a huge 4-1 win over the visiting Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds on Sunday afternoon at Memorial Gardens. 

Bailey Chenier, Mason McMahon, Ian Denomme, and Matt Hardwick did the scoring for the Trappers in the home victory.   

Joel Rainville had 16 saves in goal for the Trappers.  

OHL draft prospect Camaryn Baber had the lone goal for the visitors.  

The win gives the Trappers (24-3-0-1) a four point lead on the second place Greyhounds (21-6-2-1). 

The Trappers are back on the ice Friday night when they travel to Timmins to face the Majors.  


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