Atom girls prevail over Hawks with 17-1

Stettler’s Atom girls’ team dominated the Maskwacis Atom B Hawks in an away game at the Ermineskin Arena on Nov. 29, winning 17-1.

Stettler’s Atom girls’ team dominated the Maskwacis Atom B Hawks in an away game at the Ermineskin Arena on Nov. 29, winning 17-1.

Paige Simpson scored four times and Charlee Resch contributed three goals. Gabby Heck, Reagan Robbins, Quinn Pederson and Emma Nixon each scored twice, while Ashley Lang and Megan Zimmer both scored once.

The three Atom boys teams had no league games scheduled this week but were busy with a weekend tournament held in Stettler; results can be found elsewhere in the sport section.

In other girls’ hockey action, the Peewee team visited the Camrose Peewee team at the Edgeworth Centre on Nov. 30, winning 2-0. Brooke Laisnez and Brittany Anderson both scored for Stettler.

Stettler’s Bantam girls’ team visited the Ponoka Culture and Recreation Complex to face the Lacoka Warriors on Nov. 29, winning 3-2. Scoring for Stettler were Hayden Friesen, Krysta Froese and Chelsey Devloo.

The Stettler OK Tire Midget Storm had no league games scheduled this past week.

Peewee boys

The local Peewee A team headed to Blackfalds on Nov. 26 to face the Bulldogs Peewee 1 team, losing 8-1. Stettler’s lone goal came from Ryan Shirley.

On Nov. 30, the Peewee As traveled to Innisfail to face the Legion Flyers, winning 6-5. Shay Anderson scored twice, while Marcus Laisnez, Clay Kneeland, Ben Tschritter and TJ Howarth each scored once.

On Nov. 29, the Peewee Bs visited the Hughenden Peewee Jets, losing 13-2. Ty Dowling scored twice for Stettler.

The next day, they traveled to Blackfalds to face the Bulldogs Peewee 2 team, losing 7-5. Zac Bryson and Liam McQuay scored twice for Stettler, while Justin Devloo contributed one goal.

Bantam boys

Stettler’s Bantam A team traveled to Edson for back-to-back games against the Bantam Warriors, winning both games.

On Nov. 29, they defeated the Warriors 10-1. Daylan Kuefler scored five times, while Rhett Shingoose, Alex DeYoung, Cole Heck, Garrett Hogg and Dawson Beck each contributed one point.

The next day, Stettler was again victorious with a final score of 8-2. James Switenky scored twice, while Brenden Tucker, Brad Fulford, Erik Rost, Alex DeYoung, Dawson Beck and Daylan Kuefler each scored once.

The Bantam B team played the Blackfalds Bulldogs Bantam team on Nov. 28 and the Wainwright Bantam A team on Nov. 29.

Results were not available at press time.

Midget boys

On Nov. 29, the Stettler Legion Midget team traveled to Red Deer to face King’s Energy at the Kinex Arena, winning 6-0. Stefan Du Toit scored twice, while Matt Sylvester, Zack Werbowesky, Tanner Steinwand and Euan Hanton each contributed one goal.

The next day, they hosted the Edson Midget Sabres, losing 3-2 in a tight match. Ethan Rost and Kieran Rost each scored once for Stettler.

On Nov. 30, the Midget C team hosted the Rimbey Midget B team, winning 2-0. Scoring for Stettler were Tanner Buelow and Steven McCrea.

The Midget B team had no league games this past week.


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