The Crusaders' anger was directed inwardly and not just because Spellman tied the game with 28 seconds left in the third period. That goal was just the culmination of a sub-par third period for McClancy."We're basically a JV team with four varsity players," McClancy coach Mike Brenneis said. "We're doing a great job, but we're young and we still need to learn how to win. We need to learn how to finish off games."Stephen Ferguson put McClancy (3-1-1 CHSHL 'C') in front 6-5, 2:53 into the third period - his fourth goal of the game. But from there, Spellman (5-0-1) dominated, especially in the final five minutes of the third period, despite killing three penalties.On the third McClancy power play, Ferguson and Anthony Vennitti both received roughing minors for a scrap with 2:41 left in the game. And the Crusaders were without two of its four players with varsity experience
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