Flyers tame Preds

Matt Glinsbockel scored four times, including the winner, as the Westwood Cabinets Flyers clipped the Godard Excavating Predators 7-5 in Interior Hockey League action Monday night at Priest Valley Arena.

Matt Glinsbockel scored four times, including the winner, as the Westwood Cabinets Flyers clipped the Godard Excavating Predators 7-5 in Interior Hockey League action Monday night at Priest Valley Arena.

Logan Massie supplied 1+5 ad Rick Galvagno had 1+2 as the Flyers improved to 20-4-2.

Justin Horochuk pulled the hat trick for the Predators (15-11-1). Danny Stein earned 2+1.

Scott Wallace recorded the winner with 91 seconds left as the Kal Sports Bar Blackhawks bounced the R.E. Postill & Sons Orphans 6-4 Saturday night at PV.

Cory Webb added an insurance goal with 42 seconds remaining for the 11-14-2 Hawks. Sean Kober, Ryan Gilowski, Steve Ensign and Jamie Renton also scored in support of Jason Webster.

Leath Gare, with 1+2, Rob Bauml, Mike McMorran and Grady Gare replied for the Orphans, who dipped to 12-12-2.

The league-leading Teale Utility Canucks got 4+3 from Tyler Quiring and 3+3 from Jason Elders in a 13-3 shelling of the last-place Maroons at PV.

Checking specialist Rob Morris erupted for two goals, while Mike Burke and Reid Church added singles. Troy Killingbeck had six assists and Darcy Quiring four as the Canucks went to 25-1-1.

Scott Belshaw, Steve Toop and Chad Pierrot scored for the 3-23 Maroons.

Scott Kowalski scored five times as the Re/Max Rangers iced the shortstaffed Silver Star Hitmen 10-4 Saturday at Nor-Val Sports Centre.

Richard Jodoin and Bradon Sanders each pocketed 2+1, while Chris Jodoin netted 1+2 as the Rangers improved to 22-3-2. Ageless Al Betton and Tom Ouchi each registered four helpers.

Rhett Ballard (2+2), Ryan Johnson, (1+3) and Blake McLeod (1+2) replied for the Hitmen (11-11-3).

In women’s league action, the Vernon Buy-Low Vixens rallied for a 6-4 victory over the Vernon Rocket Stars.

Michelle Embleton was stellar in net for the Vixens, who got offence from Nichole Oakden, Derri Ann Cooper, Mandy Christenson, Leah Mulvihill and Christine Sherman.