… While making its historic run, the team set a single-season record for wins (22) while absorbing just two losses. Stevenson, which ended the campaign on an 11-game winning streak, had not lost since April 9 when Roanoke emerged with a 14-13 decision in overtime. It was a bitter pill to swallow because the Mustangs had overcome a two-goal deficit in the fourth quarter with three straight tallies, but could not protect a one-goal lead in the final three minutes of regulation. But Cantabene pointed to that loss as the team's turning point. "We lost that game, and it was a game that we thought we should have won," he said. "We didn't play well and although we had the lead late, we gave it away. I really think that was the breaking point for our team because it told us that we had to really change things like how we played and what we were doing and how we were preparing to play each game. From that point, I really thought that our focus was a lot better, our team understood what we were trying to do, and they didn't really take anything for granted."