TYSON WHITNEY PHOTOS The North Island Peewee Eagles defeated the Powell River Regals 9-7 at home.

North Island Bantam Eagles ice Powell River Regals at home

The Eagles managed to find the back of the Regals’ net nine different times.

The North Island Peewee Eagles picked up another win, this time at home at the Don Cruickshank Memorial Arena in Port Hardy on Saturday, taking down the very tough Tier 3 Powell River Regals in an exciting back and forth game that featured an onslaught of highlight reel goals.

All told, the Eagles managed to find the back of the Regals’ net nine different times, thanks to Jack Barrett (x3), Zach Spafford (x5), and Landon Turgeon, giving them a big 9-7 win.

Assists went to Lucca Stewart (x2), Barrett (x2), and Spafford (x2).

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