Heights went to 2-0 in the Thomas Worthington MLK Tournament with a 5-2 comeback win
over Sylvania Southview. The Tigers controlled play from the outset, taking 15 shots in
the first period while allowing just three, but they didn't score a goal. Southview, on
the other hand, took advantage of their few opportunities and led 2-0 after two periods.
Heights stayed on the attack and finally started getting results in the third period.
Dee Samuel started the rally with a shorthanded
breakaway goal, then Paris Murray tied the game with a
shot from the slot. Erik Shoger put the Tigers ahead
with seven minutes to go, Murray added an insurance goal, and
Jason Kelce finished the scoring with an empty-netter
in the last minute. Heights ended up with a 36-9 advantage in shots and
Nick Schmidt garnered his fifth win.