Atom Cs hound Hawks with back-to-back wins

Stettler’s Atom C hockey team dominated Maskwacis in back-to-back games at home and away this past weekend.

Stettler’s Atom C hockey team dominated Maskwacis in back-to-back games at home and away this past weekend.

The Stettler team hosted the Atom B Hawks on Saturday, Nov. 22, finishing with a score of 12-3.

Stettler held Maskwacis scoreless in the first period while Reid Shirley and Colby Norman scored two goals each, with Denver Schultz contributing one goal.

In the second period, Gage Hunt, Tyler Miller and Wyatt Streit each contributed one point for Stettler, while Zach McCord scored twice. Maskwacis managed one goal, bringing the tally to 10-1.

Each team scored twice in the third period, with Brody Lang and Denver Schultz picking up goals for Stettler.

The following day, Maskwacis hosted Stettler at the Ermineskin Arena, but the home advantage didn’t help as the Hawks lost 17-4.

Zach McCord scored seven goals for Stettler, while Reid Shirley scored four times. Colby Norman and Ryan Robinson each contributed two goals, while Brandon Enyedy and Brody Lang both scored once.

Atom boys

Sylvan Lake’s Atom AA Lakers hosted the Stettler Atom A team on Nov. 22, winning 6-3. Yannick Zondag, Bret Hymers and Riley Turre scored one goal each.

The next day, Stettler Atom A hosted Rimbey Atom A, losing to their guests 10-1. Riley Turre was the only player to score for Stettler.

The Stettler Atom B team visited Innisfail on Nov. 23, defeating the Servus Flyers 9-3. Scoring one point each for Stettler were Cade Wilkie, Carter Kranzler, Thorson Marshall, Waylon Blumhagen, Yuvraj Uppal, Kaden Muhlbach and Cole van Ringen, while Brogan Hoopfer added two goals to the tally.

Peewee boys

Stettler’s Peewee A team hosted the Blackfalds Bulldogs Peewee 1 team on Nov. 23, losing 8-4 to their guests. Scoring for Stettler were Shay Anderson, TJ Howarth, Andrew Chapman and Ryan Shirley.

The same day, the Peewee B team hosted the Blackfalds Bulldogs Peewee 2 team, resulting in a narrow 4-3 loss for Stettler. Scoring for the home team were Liam McQuay, Billy Praski and Luke Martin.

Bantam boys

Stettler’s Bantam B team wentto Sedgewick to face the Killam/Sedgewick Battle River Bantam Outlaws on Nov. 23, losing 12-2. Beau Cooper and Jackson Squires both scored for Stettler.

The Bantam A team had no games last week.

Midget boys

The Stettler Legion team hosted Viking Dee Jay Plumbing on Nov. 22, winning 8-5. Kieran Rost and Zack Werbowesky scored two goals each for Stettler, while Tanner Steinwand, Brendan Bardwell, Mark Bengert and Matt Sylvester scored one point each.

The Midget B team played three back-to-back games this weekend, starting with an away game against the Maskwacis Midget A Hawks on Nov. 21, which they lost 6-4. Tye Mulgrove scored twice, while Brendan Pederson and Chase McGonigal contributed one goal each.

The next day, they hosted the 3 Cs (Castor, Coronation and Consort) Midget A team, resulting in a 4-2 loss for Stettler. Tye Mulgrove and Tanner Zimmerman both scored for Stettler.

On Nov. 23, the Midget B team hosted the Sylvan Lake Midget A Lakers, resulting in a 3-3 tie. Tanner Zimmerman, Rylee Jacobson and Tye Mulgrove each scored for Stettler.

The Midget C team hosted Sylvan Lake’s Midget B Lakers on Nov. 22, winning 4-1. Brandon Kent, Adam Nixon, Chase Dolliver and Bradley Dods scored one point each.

The following day, they played the 3 Cs Midget B team, winning 5-3. Alex Bauer, Steven McCrea, Scott Verhoeven, Rylan Stefanik and Ryan Mielke each scored.

Girls’ hockey

Stettler’s Atom girls hosted the Sylvan Lake Atom B1 Lakers on Nov. 22, losing 3-2. Charlee Resch and Brandon Slade scored for Stettler.

The Peewee girls hosted the Maskwacis Peewee Female Hawks on Nov. 22, shutting their opponents out with an 11-0 finish.

Brooke Laisnez scored four times, Brittany Anderson and Willow Soresen scored twice each, while Brooke Warner, Hannah Duncan and Chelsea York contributed one goal each.

Stettler’s Bantam girls hosted back-to-back games on the weekend. On Nov. 21 they hosted the Camrose Bantam girls, winning 3-1; Breanne Shaw, Rachel Morbeck and Jamie Lee Spady each scored.

The next day they hosted the Leduc Ritchie Bros. Bantam Female Roughnecks, winning 7-1. Scoring for Stettler were Sydney Sorken, Breanne Shaw and Krysta Froese, while Chelsey Devloo and Jessie Armstrong added two points each.

The Stettler OK Tire Midget Storm visited the Camrose Midget girls team on Nov. 23, losing 3-2. Scoring for Stettler were Jayden Hogg and Kelsie Litke.


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