Wildcats can’t hold three-goal lead

The Swift Current Diamond Energy Wildcats scored the first three goals to take a point off the Saskatoon Stars Saturday in a 4-3 overtime loss.

The Wildcats got a pair of goals from Taylor Lind and a single from Crystal Wale over a 14:29 span in the second period for a commanding lead.

The Stars replied with a late second-period goal from Chace Sperling and then Joelle Fiala and Grace Shirley scored in the third period. Jordyn Holmes scored in overtime for the Stars.

Baylee Kirwan assisted on two goals for the Wildcats, while Kenedee Klevgaard and Sara Kendall added helpers.

Harper Davey made 24 saves on 28 shots for the Wildcats, while Arden Kliewer made 17 saves for the Stars.

The Stars remain unbeaten in the Saskatchewan Female Midget Hockey League with a 12-0-2-0 record, while the Wildcats moved to 6-6-0-3 this season. The two teams will rematch Sunday at 1:15 p.m. at Fairview West Arena.