Local minor hockey teams keep winning games at home and on the road

Stettler minor hockey action continued last weekend with a local battle between two teams in the same division: In the Atom Tier 5 division, Stettler Storm edged over Stettler Storm Elks 4-2.

An opportunity to score  – Stettler bantam Scotiabank Storm sought opportunities to score against Wetaskiwin mostly in the early parts of the game but they gave away the control in the second period.

An opportunity to score – Stettler bantam Scotiabank Storm sought opportunities to score against Wetaskiwin mostly in the early parts of the game but they gave away the control in the second period.

Stettler minor hockey action continued last weekend with a local battle between two teams in the same division: In the Atom Tier 5 division, Stettler Storm edged over Stettler Storm Elks 4-2.

Edward Kim scored twice with Derek Smith and Brenden Ticker adding one each for the Storm while Hayden Warren and Clayton Smith had one goal each for the Storm Elks.

A day before that game, Storm Elks defeated Auxiliary Olds in an away game 6-2 with Hayden Warren, Chase Walton, Clayton Smith, Riley Cornelssen, Ashley Sharpe, Evan Imbery, and Waycee Hellekson scoring.

In aAtom Tier 2, Stettler Elks tied with Knee Hill Chiefs 5-5. The scorers for the local team were Jackson Zimmermann(2), Paul du Toit (2) and Erik Rost.

In peewee division Tier 2, Stettler Dairy Queen Blizzards handsomely beat Innisfail 7-3 on Saturday with Ethan Rost and Kieran Rost scoring twice each and Jordan Fisher, Jordan lee and Quade cassidy adding one each to the scoreboard.

In peewee Tier 3 game, Stettler Storm were tied 4-4 with Bowden Blades. Kyle Poapst, Breandan bardwell, Brycen Bainbridge and Adam Pitzel scored for the local team.

In bantam A division, Stettler Scotiabank Storm lost to Wetaskiwin 5-4 on Friday night with the local boys losing their control of the game in the second and third periods. Scoring for the Storm in the game were Adam Ternes, Riley Anderson, Scott Ternes and Micah Crocker.