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The Petroleum Association Midget Flyers were 1-1 in action over the weekend

On Saturday night the Flyers travelled to Fairview. They got off to a fast start taking a 2-0 lead early on in the first period. Fairview managed to score four straight goals leaving the Flyers trailing 4-2 after the first. The Flyers scored two goals in the second to draw the game even 4-4. It was the third period where the Flyers began to dominate. They scored six goals in the frame and left Fairview with a 10-5 victory.

On Sunday the Flyers were at home against Grande Prairie. The Flyers looked flat during the game’s early goings and were losing 6-2 at one point. The were able to pull their game together and closed the gap to 6-5 in the third. This was as close as they would come as they were unable to score the tying goal.

Blair Karasiuk had a whopping seven points in the two games, while Cayle Bell and Beuden Lancaster both chipped in with five points.

Next up for the Flyers they are at home on Oct. 24 against Spirit River. Faceoff is at 12:45 p.m. at the Pomeroy Sport Centre.



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