Another away weekend for most of Stettler Storm

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Stettler Atom A Elks Storm headed to Lacombe on Saturday, Jan. 21...

ATOMStettler Atom A Elks Storm headed to Lacombe on Saturday, Jan. 21, where they lost 4-3. The next day, they hosted the Red Deer Experts, losing in a close 8-7 battle.

On Sunday, the Atom B DYMY Oilfield Storm headed to Cochrane, where they went on to win 5-4.

Stettler Atom C Kal Tire Storm hosted Rocky Mountain House on Saturday, Jan. 21, losing 8-5.

PEEWEEOn Friday, Jan. 20, the Stettler Peewee A Dairy Queen Storm were in Sundre, where they lost 11-1. The next day, the team tied Rimbey 6-6 in Rimbey. The team played a final game on Sunday, Jan. 22 against Blackfalds, winning 8-3.

On Saturday, Jan. 21, the Peewee B Kinsmen Storm hosted RMAA, losing 5-4 in a shoot-out.

The Stettler Peewee Female Storm played two games, one against Lacoka in Lacombe, and one in Castor against the 3Cs. Scores were not available by press time.

BANTAMOn Saturday, Jan. 21, the Stettler Midget ScotiaBank Storm hosted Kneehill, losing in a tight 9-8 battle.

Also on Saturday, the Stettler Bantam Female Storm headed to Whitecourt, winning 3-1. They faced the team again the next day, winning 6-3.

MIDGETOn Friday, Jan. 20, the Stettler Midget A Legion Storm hosted Airdrie, winning 11-1. The next day, they headed to Olds, where they won 7-2.

Also on Friday, the Stettler Midget B Vortex Storm headed to Sylvan Lake, where they won 6-5. On Sunday, they hosted Innisfail, losing 6-3.

The Stettler Midget Female Storm decimated Edson when the team travelled to Stettler on Saturday, winning 17-1.

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