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Chowderheads defeat Terror 16-15 in overtime in PBLA debut in Trenton

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

TRENTON – The Trenton Terror lost their first game in franchise history. They were defeated by the New England Chowderheads 16-15 in overtime at Cure Insurance Arena.

This was the debut game at the Trenton, NJ-based arena for the Professional Box Lacrosse Association. The league has multiple teams around the country.

Trenton Terror player Sean Quinn attempts a shot on the New England Chowderheads goaltender Peter Strzetelski
Sean Quinn attempts a shot on the New England Chowderheads goaltender Peter Strzetelski (Photo by Anthony Caruso III)

The Terror are the latest team to call the Cure Insurance Arena home. The Jersey Flight were the last team to do so before shutting down in 2022.

Other teams to call the arena home were the Trenton Freedom, Trenton Steel, Philadelphia Passion, Trenton Titans/Devils, Trenton Shooting Stars, and the Trenton Lightning.

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Kyle Baker ended the game in overtime. He scored the game-winning goal in sudden-death overtime just 16 seconds in to give the Chowderheads the win.

The teams ended regulation at 15-15. The Chowderheads scored eight goals in the final two quarters. The Terror scored just five.

Graedon Cornfield led the Chowderheads with three goals in these two quarters. Nick Shaw also added two goals. Tommy McKee, Mike Triolo, and Baker added the three other goals.

Jordan Goddard scored two of the Terror’s five goals. Philip Bugue, Adam Yee, and Tyler Brown also scored.

The Terror led 10-7 at halftime. Goddard and Brown scored two goals each in the first half. Connor Watson, Bryce Tolmie, Riley Ford, Ronwahrhare McComber, Nick McEvoy, and Sean Quinn also scored a goal.

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Baker and Triolo scored two goals each in the first half for the Chowderheads. McKee, Clay Arnold, and Joshua Jordan also scored.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 12 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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