Ross H. MacLean Flyers drop Sunday game against Whitecourt

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Whitecourt got things started early in the first period with two quick goals. The Flyers responded with two to tie the game, but the Wolverines would restore their lead late in the frame at 3-2 and the score would hold heading to the second period.

The Flyers had a great start in the second period. They would go on to score three goals in the opening 5:09 to take a 5-3 lead. Whitecourt kept pushing on however and would end up tying the game at five before the second period was complete.

Unfortunately for the Flyers they were unable to generate any goals in the third period. The Wolverines took the lead with just over seven minutes left in the third and added another goal before time expired.

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Scoring in order for the Flyers were Connor Bowie, Connor Bowie, Cooper Beamish, Curtis Hammond, and Connor Bowie.

Next for the Flyers is a game tonight at the Pomeroy Sport Centre against the Dawson Creek Canucks at 6:30 p.m.

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