The Junior B Rebels bounced back Friday (May 5) night at the JRC.
Jack Snider started the scoring and ended it as Fort Saskatchewan cruised to a 9-6 win over the Saskatchewan Swat.
"Jack's one of our lead players, this year we gave him an 'A' (assistant captain) and he's really bought in to being a captain on the team and leading the offense," said Kevin Parker, head coach of the Rebels.
Tied 3-3 after the first period, the Rebels came out strong scoring three power-play markers in the second frame to grab a 7-5 lead.
In the third the defence took over, playing a shut down role for 60 minutes.
"Our defence really cracked down, they played strong (defence) back there," added Parker.
Newly acquired Jack Marlow scored his first junior lacrosse hat-trick.
Jacob Parent came up big in net when leaned on, earning the win.
The next test for the Rebels will come Sunday (May 7) when they take on the Red Deer Rampage.


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