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first_imgIt was a more of an offensive game in the second period, as both teams managed to make it on the scoreboard. The Generals added to their lead just 5:04 into the period, then extended that lead to 3-0 at 11:58.However, the Flyers managed to get themselves on the board with 4:32 left in the second, scoring their first goal of the game on the power-play. Unfortunately, the two goal deficit didn’t last long, with the Generals scoring with just 57 seconds remaining in the middle frame to conclude the second leading 4-1.The third period was a strong one for Fort St. John, who allowed no goals scored for the first time in the two games played, while scoring twice on the power play. Todd Alexander scored his second of the weekend at 5:39 into the third, followed by a Luke Middleton power play marker with 1:22 remaining in the game. Unfortunately, there were no late game-tying heroics, as the Generals completed the weekend sweep 4-3.After their first taste of AAA hockey of the season, the Senior Flyers will return to NPHL AA play, until the clash with the Generals again in another double-header series, this time being played in Fort St. John.Advertisement Game one began with the Generals striking first, scoring the opening goal at 1:06 into the game. The Flyers evened the score up at 1-1, thanks to a Todd Alexander goal at 9:38 of the first, only to see Bentley retake a 2-1 lead just 22 seconds later.The Generals took control of the game in the middle period, as the home team scored three goals on Flyers goalie Troy Hunt, compared to the single goal produced by Fort St. John’s Jeff Fast, concluding the second with the Generals leading 5-2.Bentley’s offensive outburst wasn’t done, as the home team scored another three goals in the third, versus two by the Flyers from Matt Shuya and Rick Cleaver.- Advertisement -Game one of the double-header wrapped up with the Generals emerging victorious 8-4.The second meeting between the two clubs produced a much closer tilt, but unfortunately saw the same results, with a 4-3 Generals victory.Game two began much like the first meeting, with Bentley scoring first, as the Generals scored the lone goal of the first period at the 14:56 marker, wrapping up the period leading 1-0.Advertisement The next meeting between the two squads will take place January 5 and 6, being played at the North Peace Arena.last_img read more

first_img Tickets for the concert are $25 and all proceeds will benefit the Santa Clarita Master Chorale. Tickets are available for purchase at The Cobblestone Cottage, 24335 Magic Mountain Parkway, Valencia, and Cookbooks Plus, 18919 Soledad Canyon Road, Canyon Country. Order forms are also available online at www.scmasterchorale.org. Call (661) 254-8886 for information.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The Friends of the Santa Clarita Master Chorale are coming to Valencia and will appear in performance on the same bill together during a benefit concert. Five exceptional musicians who have endeared themselves to the Master Chorale over recent years will now unite in support of the Chorale, which will benefit from the proceeds. Musicians scheduled to perform are Jan Sanborn, Brad Ellingboe, Caroline McKenzie, Leslie Garman and Allan Robert Petker. These artists have contributed to the Chorale’s success on many different occasions, but this is the first time they all will appear together. The concert is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Oct. 9 at Valencia United Methodist Church. Santa Clarita’s very own Sanborn is an accomplished concert pianist and the composer of many published choral works. Over the years, the Chorale has performed several of Sanborn’s compositions. At the Friends concert, audiences will hear Sanborn play her own arrangements of two favorite hymns and the ever-popular “Over the Rainbow.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Audiences will remember Ellingboe, whose booming bass-baritone solos wowed audiences last March during the Chorale’s performance of Handel’s “Messiah.” On his return visit to Santa Clarita, the New Mexico resident plans to present “Bella Siccome” from “Don Pasquale” by Rossini, “On the Street Where You Live” from “My Fair Lady” and “Warm as the Autumn Light.” McKenzie made an indelible mark on the Santa Clarita music scene when she soloed with the Chorale during the December holiday concert in 2003. Wearing traditional African apparel, she held audiences spellbound with her rich, emotional renditions of African Christmas music. At the Friends event, McKenzie will perform two jazz numbers by Duke Ellington, two spirituals, and an aria from Bellini’s “La Sonnambula.” Fans of the Santa Clarita Master Chorale know the voice of featured soprano soloist Garman. She will team with McKenzie at the Friends concert on Delibes’ “Flower Duet” from “Lakme,” perform two solos and a piece titled “I Hate Music” by Leonard Bernstein. Also on the bill of featured vocalists is the Chorale’s artistic director, Petker. He will join Ellingboe, McKenzie and Garman in the grand finale, performing the medley from “Les Miserables.” last_img read more