Jonathan Valentino swings around the net

Atom C takes silver at Stettler tournament

It was a busy weekend at the Stettler Recreation Centre as Stettler hosted its atom tournament this past weekend, Nov. 27-29.

It was a busy weekend at the Stettler Recreation Centre as Stettler hosted its atom tournament this past weekend, Nov. 27-29, with the Stettler Storm Atom C team taking silver in an 11-1 loss to Airdrie. Broc Chick scored the team’s only goal.

In Peewee action, Stettler Storm Peewee A travelled to Blackfalds on Nov. 28, where they lost 6-2. Skylar Hymers and Zachary Bryson scored. Peewee B did not play this past weekend.

On Friday, Nov. 27, Stettler Storm Bantam hosted the Maskwacis Hawks, losing 5-4. Andrew Chapman scored twice, with the rest of the tally made up of goals by Cole Heck and Ty Dowling.

Stettler A Midgets played in Crowsnest on Saturday, Nov. 28, winning 4-2 over Pincher Creek. Quade Cassidy, Paul DuToit and Eric and Ethan Rost each scored.

On Sunday, Nov. 29, the Stettler Midget B Storm hosted Ponoka, winning 6-3, powered by goals by two goals by Scott Verhoeven and Brayden Smith, and solos from Brenden Tucker and James Switenky.

In girls’ action…

Stettler Peewee girls headed to Leduc, where they won 7-2 on Nov. 28. Alandra Couch scored three goals, and Emma Nixon, Gabby Heck, Julie Ponto and Mikayla Macey each scored a goal each.

On Nov. 27, the Bantam girls hosted the West Central team, with both teams coming out with no goals for a tie.

The Midget team headed to Lacombe on Nov. 27, but results were not available.

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