Midget girls begin their playoff quest

The Stettler Storm midget girls began their quest for the North Central Minor Hockey Association banner Saturday

The Stettler Storm midget girls began their quest for the North Central Minor Hockey Association banner Saturday with an 8-2 victory over the Warburg Wolves.

Morgan VanDusen and Sommer Bauman, who usually tends goal, each scored two goals for Stettler, and singles went to Gracie Lou Chapman, Jayden Hogg, Kelsie Litke and Dani VanDusen.

Lindsey McKinnon faced 19 shots in the Storm net.

On Sunday, Stettler defeated the Camrose Vikings 3-1 in an exhibition game.

Hogg, Litke and Morgan VanDusen scored for the Storm, and McKinnon was in net.

Stettler resumes playoff action at home at 8 o’clock tonight against Lacoka. The Storm wrap up Round 2 with games Friday night in Warburg and Saturday night at Lacombe.

Storm fans are reminded this is the last week to vote in the Stagg Chili Saves For Success contest. Vote online at http://staggchili.ca/vote.

Stettler is trying to pull out of seventh place.

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