Atom Eagles pick up important win

The North Island Atom Eagles scored 12 goals to win an important league game

The North Island Atom Eagles scored 12 goals over three periods to seal the win in an important league game

against the Victoria Racquet Club Kings on Saturday, Jan. 30, at the Doug Bondue Arena in Port Alice.”They

played great today. The kids played a really great game,” said Coach Doug Grant after the game.The action

kicked off early on in the 1st period as The Eagles’ Lucca Stewart scored at 14:33, then William Grant scored at

10:34, Stewart scored again at 2:31, and the 1st period ended in a 3-3 tie.The Eagles blew the game wide

open in the 2nd period with Hayden Jack, Stewart (x2), Ethan Fuller, and Zachory Spafford all scoring goals to

give the Eagles a decisive 8-5 lead going into the 3rd period.The Eagles kept the offensive pressure up and

kept on scoring in the 3rd period, with clutch goals from Jack Barrett (x3) and Fuller, and they took home a big

12-10 win over the 1st place Victoria Racquet Club Kings.”This was the first time we’ve beat them this season,”

said Grant.

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