Tough weekend for Flyers

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Thumped twice by divisional opponents in St. John's junior hockey action

Brandon Baird and Mitchell Martin each had two goals and two assists to lead the Southern Shore C&W Offshore Breakers to an 8-4 victory over the Trinity-Placentia IJ Smith Home Building Centre Flyers in Penney Kia St. John’s Junior Hockey League play Sunday afternoon at the Whitbourne Arena.

Daniel Dalton also scored twice for the Breakers, who trailed 2-1 after 20 minutes. Justin David and Jeremy Chafe had the other goals for the winners.

Alex Gill, who added two assists, Jordan Caines, Greg Edison, Dakota Warren and Connors Stevens scored for the Flyers.

Baird and Gill were named the Jungle Jim’s players of the game.

Celtics 5, Mount Pearl 3 (Sunday)

At Jack Byrne Arena, Stephen Morrissey, Luke McKay, Kurt Vaters, Chris Blackwood and Curtis Kavanagh scored for the BK Services Celtics, while Damian Ryan’s hat trick accounted for all the scoring by the Marks Dakota Wild.

Ryan and Morrissey were players of the game.

Avalon 2, St. John’s 1 (Saturday)

It was a matchup of the league’s top two teams and the first-place Roebothan McKay & Marshall Capitals lived up to their seeding, defeating the Hickman Automotive Group Caps at Twin Rinks.

Michael Cole’s third-period goal was the difference for Avalon, which also got a marker from Bobby Squires.

Joey Trenholm scored for the Junior Caps, while the two goalies — Scott Bray of St. John’s, who made 31 saves, and Doug Pippy of Avalon, who had 28 stops — were the players of the game.

CBR 9, Trinity-Placentia 2 (Saturday)

Mitch King registered a hat trick and Trevor Forward had a five-point game as the Assante Wealth Management Renegades romped over the Flyers at the Robert French Arena in Kelligrews.

Forward and Kyle Bown each had two goals for the winners, who also got tallies from Josh Tayler and Ryan Power, who added two assists.

Curtis March and Connor Stevens scored for Trinity-Placentia, which was outshot 55-26.

Forward and Stevens were the players of the game.

Organizations: Flyers, Celtics, Trinity-Placentia 2 Marks Dakota Wild.Ryan Hickman Automotive Group Caps Assante Wealth Management Renegades

Geographic location: St. John's, Kelligrews.Forward

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