Fort St. John got to work early in the first period with two goals in the opening 5:21. By the end of the first period the score was 4-1 in favour of Fort St. John, and the shots were 25-4
The pressure by the Flyers was kept on during the second as the teams returned to the ice. Fort St. John scored six goals and shots in the period were a mind blowing 26-0 in favour of the Flyers.
With the game well in hand, Fort St. John called off the dogs and High Prairie was able to score twice to make the final 10-3.
Scoring in order for the Flyers were Owen Barker, Josh Bruha, Robbie Sidhu, Mike Shipton, Josh Bruha, Owen Barker, Payden Wongstedt, Robbie Sidhu, Payden Wongstedt, and Robbie Sidhu.
Next for the Flyers is a home game on Friday night at 8:30 p.m. against the Dawson Creek Canucks.