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Hawks survive late Flyers rally

Sam Meech of the Flyers puts up a shot against County Central.

Ryan Cervo goes up for a shot.

Joeper Paguio (4), Jaxon Douglas and Brayden Weasel Fat (5) surround Luke Jackson of the Hawks.

F.P. Walshe staged a fourth quarter rally that fell just shot Thursday against County Central Hawks.
The Flyers scored 28 points in the final 10 minutes but the visiting Hawks held on for a 70-63 Chinook Basketball League win.
Tristan Luther scored 17 points for the Flyers, John Arron Lopez had 16 and Joseph Plain Eagle and Ryan Cervo each had eight.
Joeper Paguio had six for the Flyers, Jaxon Douglas had four, Jared Feyter had three and Sam Meech had two.

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