Heights lost their second game of the weekend, falling 5-2 versus Kent Roosevelt. Just
like the night before in Mentor, the Tigers couldn't cash in on good scoring chances.
Unlike the night before, the Tigers allowed penalties to turn the tide of the match.
Kent dominated much of the first period, but only scored once thanks to the goaltending
of Daley Baker. Heights showed a vast improvement in
the next two periods, but the offense never really produced.
Dee Samuel tied the game at one in the opening minute
of the second period. Kent scored the next four goals, all of them coming with a
man-advantage. One day after a penalty-free game against Mentor, the Tigers were burned
four times on only five Kent powerplays. Paris Murray
finished the scoring with a late third period goal.