A Stettler Storm Midget B player dekes between two opposing player

Arena hopping as hockey season skates on

The Stettler Midget B Storm hosted the Hardisty/Hughenden Jets on Saturday, Nov. 21, giving their best to try to secure a win.

The Stettler Midget B Storm hosted the Hardisty/Hughenden Jets on Saturday, Nov. 21, giving their best to try to secure a win before the hometown crowd.

It wasn’t to be, though, with the Jets winning 6-3. Stettler’s Riley Cornelssen started the game with the first goal, with Brendan Tucker scoring a second before the end of the first, for a 2-1 lead. Early in the second, though, Hardisty took the lead, evening the score and pulling ahead. By the end of the second it was 4-2, and it became 5-2 early in the third. Stettler’s Brayden Smith narrowed the gap to 6-3.

In other hockey action…

The Atom A Storm hosted the Rimbey Renegades on Nov. 21, winning 8-3. Quin Hansel scored five goals, Carter Zuk two, and Bret Hymers scored a solo. The next day, they hosted the Lacombe Rockets, winning 8-1. Colby Frank scored three coals, Hymers two, and Cole van Ringen, Hansel and Zuk each a solo.

On Nov. 22, the Atom C team hosted the Sylvan Lake Lakers, losing 14-4. Brandon Enyedy scored three, with a solo from Broc Chick.

The girls’ Atom team travelled to Daysland to play the Thunderstars on Nov. 22, winning 2-4. Mackenna Hogg scored twice, with goals from Emma McMullin and Charlee Resch making up the rest.

Peewee As travelled to Sedgewick on Nov. 22, where they lost 4-1. Skylar Hymers scored on a power play in the first period.

The Peewee B team hosted Rocky Storm on Nov. 22, losing 13-0.

The Stettler Bantam hosted the Rocky Rams on Nov. 21, tying 1-1 off a goal from Austin Stahlberg. The next day, the Bantam team lost 8-2 while hosting the Battle River Knights. Ty Dowling scored both goals.

Midget A hosted Airdrie on Nov. 20, winning 11-2. Tye Mulgrove scored four times, Quade Cassidy and Brendan Bardwell twice, and Drew Cassidy, Mark Bengert and Matt Sylvester each scored solos.

The next day, the team headed to Olds, winning 5-1 over the host. Sylvester scored twice, with solos by Dowling, Erik Rost and Bardwell making the rest.

The Stettler Peewee girls’ team hosted Camrose on Nov. 21, losing 4-0.

On Nov. 21, the Midget Girls’ team hosted Leduc, losing 4-2. Chelsey Devloo scored both goals, one in the first and one in the second.

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