Stettler’s Kylar Cornelssen gets possession of the puck from opponent Okotoks Storm player as Haley Resch looks on in their home game on Saturday

Clash of Novice Storms in Stettler

It was a clash of the Storms as the Stettler Novice Storm - Yellow took on the Okotoks Storm on Saturday, Dec. 3 at the Stettler...

It was a clash of the Storms as the Stettler Novice Storm – Yellow took on the Okotoks Storm on Saturday, Dec. 3 at the Stettler Recreation Centre’s red rink.

The team saw the Okotoks Storm win 10-6. Stettler’s goals came courtesy of Mackenzie Bates, Hadley Prehn, Lauren Van Ringen, Kylar Cornelssen and Summer Greiner. Stettler’s final goal of the game, in the third period, was scored by Cornelssen, her second.

AtomStettler’s Elks Atom A Storm headed to Red Deer on Saturday, Dec. 3, where they beat their Red Deer hosts 5-2

They next took the ice on Sunday, Dec. 4, where they beat a second Red Deer team 6-3.

The Kal Tire Atom C Storm made the trip to Eckville, losing 6-3 to the host.

On Saturday, the Guns’n’Games Female Atom Storm headed to Okotoks, where they won 5-3. The girls took the ice the next day against a second Okotoks team, losing 4-1.

PeeweeThe Dairy Queen Peewee A Storm hosted Rimbey on Friday, Dec. 2, ending the game in a 3-3 tie.

The team next took the ice on Sunday, Dec. 4 in Stettler, where they lost 6-3 to Sundre.

Sunday also saw the Stettler Kinsmen Peewee B Storm head to Drumheller, where they destroyed the home team 8-0.

The Heartland Auto Female Peewee Storm spent Friday, Dec. 2 at home, hosting the Lacoka Peewee. The home team won 3-0.

BantamThe United Tank Inspection Bantam Female Storm hosted Leduc on Sunday, Dec. 4. The Stettler team went on to win 7-1.

MidgetStettler’s Legion Midget A headed to Airdrie on Saturday, Dec. 4, where they trounced their hosts 10-4. The following day, the team headed to Cochrane, where they won 4-1.

Saturday saw the Vortex Production Services Midget B Storm hit the ice in Drumheller, where they were beat by the home team 6-3.

The OK Tire Female Midget Storm headed to Ponoka on Saturday, where they won 2-1 over Lacoka. The following day had the girls in Sylvan Lake, where they skated circles around the West Central Midget Female team, with a final score of 7-2 for Stettler.

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