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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Playing the first three games in three days, Indy Fuel hosts the Cincinnati Cyclones on a Friday night. Cincinnati took the lead but Indy would score seven goals on his way to victory at the Indiana Agricultural Coliseum.

Scoring: 18 seconds into the game, Justin Vaive picked up a loose ball in front of Fuel’s net and fired it over Cale Morris’ shoulder, giving the Cyclones a 1-0 lead. Less than a minute later, Indy’s Spencer Watson jumped on a counter-attack from Sean Bonar and bounced the ball into the net, making it 1-1.

Scoring his first goal in a Fuel uniform, Darien Craighead picked up a slot in the Cincinnati position and hit Bonar to make it 2-1, Fuel. After Craighead’s goal, Seamus Malone picked up a deflected pass and overcame Bonar to give Fuel a two-goal lead in the dressing room.

Capitalizing on a power play early in the second half, Jared Thomas extended his streak to 10 games when he unleashed a slap from the point of Bonar’s takedown. Giving Indy a two-goal lead, Johnny Coughlin beat Morris with a slap in the shoulder. Responding with nine minutes remaining in the second half, Craighead scored his second goal of the game when a well-timed Malone pass into the net of Cincinnati.

Scoring Indy’s sixth goal of the game, Mike Lee walked past a group of Cincinnati players and ate an open-minded Watson, who scored his second goal of the game. Scored a hat-trick in his first game against Fuel Craighead, catching a wrist shot over Cole Kehler’s shoulder to give Indy a 7-2 lead.

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