Corey Small and Logan Schuss lead Stealth to 13-7 win over Mammoth

Vancouver Stealth down Colorado Mammoth 13-7

LANGLEY, B.C. — Corey Small and Logan Schuss each had three goals and four assists and Rhys Duch had two goals and four helpers as the Vancouver Stealth downed the Colorado Mammoth 13-7 on Saturday in National Lacrosse League action.

Justin Salt, Evan Messenger, Thomas Hoggarth, James Rahe and Peter McFetridge also scored for the Stealth (8-9).

Callum Crawford struck twice for the Mammoth (9-8), who got singles from Greg Downing, Chris Wardle, Brad Self, Jeremy Noble and Eli McLaughlin.

Tye Belanger made 52 saves for the win. Dillon Ward stopped 38-of-50 shots in defeat.

The Canadian Press

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