Justin Kloos scored off a rebounded shot in overtime to lift Waterloo over Sioux City 5-4 in overtime on Saturday night. Kloos goal ended a wild back and forth affair.
The two teams traded goals in the first period. Waterloo's Ian McCoshen stuffed home a pass from Taylor Cammarata for a 1-0 lead. Sioux City countered when Taylor Borbonnais knocked a loose puck past Eamon McAdam to tie it after one.
The Musketeers got a pair of second period goals from Tanner Pond, while Brandon Salerno scored and Kloos tallied his second to again end the period knotted up. Alec McCrea of Waterloo and J.T. Stenglein of Sioux City each picked up scores in the 3rd.
Waterloo's win moves them into 3rd in the division, 3 points behind 1st place Sioux Falls.
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