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A win at home, two losses on the road

Joshua Tresevic of the North Delta Devils (15) scored once for the PJHL team last weekend. - BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER
Joshua Tresevic of the North Delta Devils (15) scored once for the PJHL team last weekend.
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The North Delta Devils went one-for-three in recent Pacific Junior Hockey League play.

The Devils lost 6-2 in Ladner Jan. 14 to the Delta Ice Hawks, topped the Mission City Outlaws 3-2 Saturday night at the Sungod Arena, then dropped a 5-2 decision Monday night on the road to the Port Moody Panthers.

The Devils are 8-28-1-1 (won-loss-tied-overtime loss) and in the basement of the Tom Shaw Conference.

Lucas Stratford and Thomas Cecchi were the North Delta goalscorers in the loss to the Ice Hawks, with Nicholas Holowko and Joshua Tresevic finding the net in Port Moody.

In Saturday’s victory, Brett Mackey notched the game-winning goal with a little more than a minute to play. Stratford and Jayden Gill were the other scorers.

Brenden Sharp stopped 36 of 38 Mission shots in his first start of the season in goal for North Delta.

The Devils visit the North Vancouver Wolf Pack Saturday night in North Vancouver, and face-off with the Grandview Steelers Sunday evening in Burnaby.

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