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Junior hockey: Clydesdales lose to Wilderness

Despite getting two goals from Dillon Mershon, the Duluth Clydesdales fell 6-3 to the Wisconsin Wilderness on Sunday night in a Superior International Junior Hockey League game played at the Northwest Sports Complex in Spooner, Wis.

Despite getting two goals from Dillon Mershon, the Duluth Clydesdales fell 6-3 to the Wisconsin Wilderness on Sunday night in a Superior International Junior Hockey League game played at the Northwest Sports Complex in Spooner, Wis.

Duluth (9-28-2) scored a goal in each period, including Mershon's tallies in the first and second, but could not keep pace with Wisconsin, which notched a goal in the first, two in the second and three in the third. Josh Wentz scored the Clydesdales' third goal.

The Wilderness (26-6-3) outshot the Clydesdales 45-25. Duluth goalie Jeff Dunaisky took the loss, stopping 39 shots, and Wisconsin goalie John McLean made 22 saves.

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