Midget Storm cruisin’ with win over Warburg

The Stettler Midget Storm continued their domination of the North Central Minor Hockey Association female midget division

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The Stettler Midget Storm continued their domination of the North Central Minor Hockey Association female midget division with an 8-2 victory over Warburg on Sunday.

Jayden Hogg opened the scoring with 16:49 left in the first period.

Captain Kelsie Litke scored with 13:04 left, and Dani Van Dusen had the winning goal midway through the period.

Warburg got on the board halfway through the second period, with a goal by Ashyln Mayhew. Stettler’s Morgan Van Dusen got that one back.

With two Storm players in the penalty box, Warburg tallied again as Shae-Lynn Nielson scored late.

The third period was all Stettler, as Jessie Anderson tallied, and less than a minute later, Maria Bourdage scored.

Stettler got into penalty trouble again, with two in the box, but this time Kennidy Fisher netted a goal at 9:38, and Sommer Bauman finished off the scoring with two minutes left.

Lindsey McKinnon was solid in the Stettler goal, blocking 31 of 33 shots.

Next up for the Storm girls is a rematch against the Warburg Wolves on Saturday.

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