Midgets, bantams keep on winning

It was another winning weekend for the Stettler Legion Blues midget A hockey team.

It was another winning weekend for the Stettler Legion Blues midget A hockey team.

The Blues beat host Barrhead 5-2 on Sunday, after defeating the visiting Ponoka Wolves by the same score Friday night in Stettler.

Tyler Stewart scored a pair of goals in Stettler’s win at Barrhead. Riley Anderson had a goal and an assist, while Devon Woelk made 22 saves.

Micah Croker, on the power play, and Logan Davidson also scored for the Blues, who fi red 31 shots at Dylan Geiger in the penalty-fi lled game.

At home Friday, Davidson’s hat trick powered the Blues, who opened a 3-0 lead in the fi rst period.

Ponoka cut the gap to 3-2 in the second, but Davidson responded with his hat-trick goal 30 seconds into the third period.

Jacque du Toit and Brett Rider, into an empty net, scored the other Stettler goals. Jordan McCallum recorded 25 stops to pick up the goaltending win. His teammates directed 49 shots at Taylor Schnell.

Stettler sits atop the North Central Division with a 7-1-1 record for 15 points, fi ve more than Ponoka (4-4-2).

Up next for the Blues is a home game at 8:45 p.m. Friday against Wetaskiwin (2-0-1), which is in fi rst place in the Highways 16-60 Division.

Stettler bantams still undefeated

BANTAM A: Stettler’s bantam A team stretched its unbeaten record to 8-0 with a pair of weekend wins — 5-3 over the visiting Rocky Raiders on Sunday and 8-1 over host Red Deer Frontier on Saturday.

Quade Cassidy netted two goals Sunday, while Ethan Rost added a goal and an assist. The other Stettler scorers were Drew Cassidy and Mark Begert.

Ben Bauman blocked 27 shots in the Stettler goal.

On the road Saturday, Jordan Lee paced Stettler with two goals and three assists. Brendon Bardwell and Brett Coleman each added a pair of goals, and singles went to Brendan Pederson and Tye Mulgrove.

Bauman stopped all but one of the 20 shots from Red Deer.

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