Petroleum Association Midget Flyers come away with three wins over weekend

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Members of the Fort St. John Petroleum Association Flyers had their hands full with three games this weekend on home ice. They took on the Peace River B team, Hythe, and the Peace River A team respectively, and got the job done with wins in each of the games.

Friday night resulted in a 5-1 victory with team captain Tim Rice starting the scoring off 25 seconds into the game. Scoring in the game were Tim Rice (2), Lance Aylward,  and Travis Domeij (2), with assists to Jason Andrews (2), Aiden Craig-Steele (3), Jason Lee, and Daniel Forrest.

The Flyers breezed through their next game against Hythe with an 11-2 win, but Sunday was a close game with a 4-2 win. Goals on Sunday went to Aiden Craig-Steele (2), Lance Aylward and Jesse McArthur. Both goalies Austin Craig and Reilley Elder-Cherry found their way onto the scoresheets with assists over the weekend.

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The Flyers will hit the road for their next pair of games with trips to Grande Prairie and Spirit River.

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