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Fury split last home weekend

They moved the ball crisply, finished enough chances and defended well. Those three factors gave the Prince George Fury an upset victory against the Edmonton Drillers.

They moved the ball crisply, finished enough chances and defended well. Those three factors gave the Prince George Fury an upset victory against the Edmonton Drillers.

Sunday afternoon at CN Centre, the Fury won the first game of a Canadian Major Indoor Soccer League doubleheader, 7-4. In an evening contest, the Fury lost 8-7 in overtime.

In the afternoon clash, Scott DeBianchi and Chris Russell both fired a pair of goals for the home side. The Fury also got markers from Andrew Seabrook, Joao Mederios and Jon LaFontaine. The teams were tied 3-3 at half-time but the Fury connected for the first three goals after the break and took control.

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