Heights wrapped up the league schedule with a trip to North Olmsted, their first visit
in seven years. The Tigers played a disorganized game, and difficulties moving the puck
through the neutral zone ultimately stalled the offense.
Jason Kelce's powerplay goal in the first period made
it 1-1 and gave him a 5-game scoring streak. Paris Murray
scored on a shot from the left wing in the second period to tie the game at two, but North
Olmsted took a 3-2 lead into the final period. The Tigers couldn't put anything away in
the third and the Eagles expanded the lead with a pair of goals. Heights finished with
just 16 shots while Daley Baker stopped 23 of 28.