Stettler goaltender Lindsey McKinnon and her Storm teammates defend against Lloydminster in midget girls’ hockey action Saturday at Lloydminster. The Storm won that game 7-0 and beat Lac La Biche 5-4 on Sunday.

Stettler girls ice midget, bantam victories

Kelsie Litke’s goal in the dying minutes gave the Stettler Storm a 5-4 win over Lac la Biche in the midget girls’ home-opener Sunday

Kelsie Litke’s goal in the dying minutes gave the Stettler Storm a 5-4 win over Lac la Biche in the midget girls’ home-opener Sunday at the Stettler Recreation Centre.

It capped a winning weekend for the Stettler midgets, who blanked host Lloydminster 7-0 in North Central Minor Hockey Association action last Saturday.

Morgan Van Dusen, Jayden Hogg, Geri Slemp and Ashley Keith also scored for Stettler in its win over Lac la Biche, which fought back three times to even the score.

Lindsey McKinnon earned the shutout at Lloydminster. Hogg and Van Dusen each scored two goals and singles went to Tyra Ganser, Kierra Scollo and Jessie Anderson.

BANTAM VICTORY: Stettler’s bantam girls defeated Tofield’s midget girls 3-1 on Saturday in Stettler.

Krysta Froese scored all three Stettler goals.

The bantam girls’ and midget girls’ teams are mixed in the same division this season as part of a new alignment in the North Central Minor Hockey Association.


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