Minor hockey action goes on with local teams getting mixed results

Stettler’s midget and bantam hockey teams were in action over the weekend with the local teams being more on the losing side.

Narrowly missed - Tier 4 Midget Storm players kept up their relentless attacks on the Cobras net but the defense line of the visiting team was as adamant not to give away the game.

Stettler’s midget and bantam hockey teams were in action over the weekend with the local teams being more on the losing side.

Tier 4 midget Storm played against Calmat Cobras and were left tied 3-3 at the end of the game. A day earlier they lost to Bashaw in an away game 4-2 with Dustin Dayman and Dustin Repchuk scoring the goals for the Stettler team.

In bantam hockey action, Stettler Scotiabank Storm lost 6-7 to Lacombe on home ice on saturday, Dec. 12.

Dylan Houston and Brogan Cassidy scored two goals each with the remaining two goals coming form Adam Ternes and Mark Forrester.

Stettler’s peewee Dairy Queen Blizzards for their part delivered a 6-3 defeat to Ponoka in an away game.

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