Knights of Columbus Flyers defeat North Central Bulls 5-3

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The KOC Flyers opened the scoring just before the mid way point of the first period, but the Bulls tied the game with six minutes left in the period. Before time expired, the Flyers found the back if the net once more and took a 2-1 lead to the dressing room.

Both teams would trade goals in the second period as the Flyers would maintain their one goal lead at 3-2.

The Flyers would put it away in the third period as the teams once again traded goals to start the frame, but Fort St. John rounded out the scoring with their fifth marker with 39 seconds left in regulation time.

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Scoring in order for the Flyers was Aiden Tegart, Jacob Lang, Andrew Travis, Aaron Kosinsky, and Adam Bowie. Assists went to Thomas Pope (2), Jacob Lang (2), Tanner Sandberg, Aiden Tegart, Jeridyn Loewen, and Aaron Kosinsky.

Next up for the team is a tilt Sunday afternoon at 3:30 against the Peace River Sabres.

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