Owen Parker of the Atom A Tyees celebrates his goal against the Kerry Park Islanders Saturday at Rod Brind'Amour Arena.

Atoms remain undefeated

The Atom A Tyees kept their winning streak alive with a romp over the Kerry Park Islanders

The Browns Bay Packing Atom A Tyees kept their winning streak alive in a romp over the Kerry Park Islanders at home Saturday afternoon.

The Tyees dominated the Islanders and came away with a lopsided 14-1 victory in front of their home crowd at Rod Brind’Amour Arena.

The Tyees played an outstanding game, extending their winning streak, which now sits at seven wins, no losses.

River Fahey lead the Tyees in scoring with five goals, while Davis Frank received a hat trick.

Other goal scorers were Owen Parker and Cole Devlin who each knocked in two goals, while Noah Fladager and Brendan Almer scored one goal each.

Game Stars for Saturday go to Devlin and Dakota Sinclair.

The Tyees will face off at home against Parksville this Saturday before heading down Island to play in Victoria on Sunday.

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