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This past weekend, the Petroleum Association Midget Flyers kept their undefeated league record intact at 3-0 with a Friday 7-3 home win over Beaverlodge and then travelling to Dawson Creek on Saturday for a hard fought 7-3 win.

On Friday, the first two periods were close with the teams trading goals for a 2-2 tie. The third was a different story with the Flyers turning on the heat to score five goals and put the game away at 7-3.

The offence was balanced with Beauden Lancaster scoring a goal and two assists. Michael Bacso, Brett Howard and Blair Karasiuk each had one goal and one assist.

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Other Flyers hitting the score board were Sam Aitken, Cayle Bell and Kyle Leonard finding the back of the net and Jayton Wieler and Tanner Moulton chipping in with helpers. Ryan Bueckert made some timely saves for the win in goal.

On Saturday, the Flyers travelled to Dawson Creek to battle the Midget Canucks. The Flyers found themselves down 3-0 in a hard hitting affair before the game was half over.

In the second,the Flyers began to find their game and pushed back on the physical part of the game. Blair Karasiuk scored the first Flyers goal with Dallas Trim assisting to set the stage for Cayle Bell to take the situation into his own hands by scoring the next four goals and assisting on another to put the game on ice. Derek Donis and Braylan Ekland scored the other markers with Trim, Chad Roberts, and Ekland chipping in with assists. Ty Helgason got the win in goal.

The Flyers now travel to Grande Prairie for a weekend tournament.

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