Stettler PeeWee Quinn Pederson battles away the puck from opponent Athabasca player in their playoff game on Saturday afternoon

Stettler PeeWee wins series against Athabasca

As the playoff rounds are winding down, some of Stettler’s teams have regained momentum.

As the playoff rounds are winding down, some of Stettler’s teams have regained momentum.

The PeeWee girls had their playoff games against Athabasca this past weekend.

Facing Athabasca in an away game on Friday, March 10 Stettler played a fearless game and won 6-2.

Repeating the performance with a home advantage, the girls clinched the series with a convincing 4-0 win against Athabasca on Saturday, March 11.

Stettler Atoms defeat Okotoks, win series

Stettler Atom girls played Okotoks in an away game and won 3-0 on Saturday, March 11.

On Sunday, March 12, Stettler outplayed Okotoks in a home game, winning 6-3.

Bantam and Midget girls overcome West Central

The Stettler Bantam girls played West Central on Saturday evening, March 11, winning 5-2.

The following day, March 12 they travelled to Rocky Mountain House and played them in an away game, defeating West Central 4-3.

Stettler Midget girls faced West Central on Saturday, March 11 in a home game and defeated them 7-2. The following day was no different as they travelled to Rocky Mountain House to win the series by defeating the opponents 6-2.


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