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Game Recap: Falmouth 7, Barnstable 7

HYANNIS--Clearly, Barnstable and Falmouth had an itch to renew their rivalry.

In a makeup game for a Jan. 7 postponement, the Red Raiders and Clippers exploded for 14 total goals in a 7-7 tie that came down to the final minute.

Remarkably, no team ever led by more than a goal. But it was Falmouth that struck first at 7:48 of the first period on a Patrick Coyne feed from Tyler McKenzie.

Coyne, who came into the game with nine goals on the season, would leave the ice with quite a few more. As in, five more.

The senior left wing recorded a natural hat trick in the second period to raise his total to four, and scored once more for good measure at 11:07 of the third -- giving Falmouth a 6-5 lead in the process.

Barnstable took its first lead of the night courtesy of Colby Howell and Brian Frieh goals in a 58-second span, but Falmouth evened things up on a Jake Miller deflection of a Cam Tobey shot at 13:20 of the first.

Tied at 2-2 entering the second, each offense continued to light up the scoreboard in the second. Coyne scored his first of three second period goals a mere 10 seconds in to put the Clippers back on top, but Ryan Proto evened things for the Red Raiders at 2:27 in. Coyne exchanged goals with Jack Green and Jac Cordeiro to round out the period, which ended in a 5-5 deadlock.

Barnstable goalie Nolan Soares left the game with an injury in the second period, but his replacement, Cam Engle, settled things down for the Red Raiders. Falmouth goalie Kevin Duarte also began to find a groove to begin the third period, which saw a goal-scoring drought for about four minutes in before Coyne struck again.

It was then James Holzman's turn to even things up for the Red Raiders at 5:38 of the final period, creating a 6-6 tie which held until the game's final minute.

Tobey scored on the power play for the Clippers with 38 seconds left on the clock, creating bedlam on the ice which resulted in an excessive celebration penalty against Falmouth.

One more time, Barnstable would answer the bell, and Howell bookended the Red Raiders scoring sheet with a power play goal with 7.6 seconds remaining on the clock.

For Barnstable (3-7-3), it was their second straight tie -- despite having scored 12 total goals in the process.

The Clippers (7-5-1) saw their four-game winning streak come to a close.

And just for good measure, due to the quirk in the schedule, these two teams will play again on Saturday night -- this time in Falmouth -- at 7 p.m. The game will once again be broadcast on My Hockey Live.

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