Stettler's Tye Mulgrove guides the puck away from his opponent in their game against Canmore. Stettler Midget A played Canmore Eagles on Saturday night

Stettler Midget A wins against Canmore, lose to Rocky Mtn. House

Stettler Midget A put up a great show and defeated Canmore Eagles in a home game on Saturday evening, Feb. 4, winning 8-0.

Stettler Midget A put up a great show and defeated Canmore Eagles in a home game on Saturday evening, Feb. 4, winning 8-0.

Erik Rost netted three goals, with two each from Brayden Smith and Austin Jacobson and a single goal from Tye Mulgrove.

However, they were unable to match Rocky Mtn. House the following day, losing a close game 4-3.

The three goals came from Brayden Smith, Tye Mulgrove and Erik Rost.

Here’s the hockey action from the other Stettler teams.

Atom

Stettler Atom (AT2NE) played Rimbey in an away game, lost 7-3 on Saturday, Feb. 4; played Blackfalds in a home game onSunday, Feb. 5, lost 7-5.

Atom Girls

Stettler Atom played in a home game against Red Deer Sutterfund Atom Red on Saturday, Feb. 4 and won 5-2.

Peewee

Stettler Storm Peewee A (PT3N) played Olds in a home game, won 16-5 on Saturday, Feb. 4.

Stettler Storm Peewee B (PT6SE) played Drumheller in a home game, won 9-4 on Sunday, Feb. 5.

Bantam

Stettler Bantam (BT3N) played Red Deer in an away game, lost 8-5 on Friday, Feb. 3; played in an away game againstKneehill on Saturday, Feb. 4 and lost 3-1.

Bantam Girls

Stettler Bantam played Lacoka in a home game on Sunday, Feb. 5 and lost 2-1.

Midget

Stettler Midget A (MT1) played Canmore in a home game, won 8-0 on Saturday, Feb. 4; played Rocky Mtn. House in a homegame on Sunday, Feb. 5 and lost 4-3.

Stettler Midget B (MT3) played Drumheller in a home game on Saturday, Feb. 4 and lost 6-2.

Midget Girls

Stettler Midget played West Central Midget in a home game on Saturday, Feb. 4 and won 6-0; played Leduc in a home gameon Sunday, Feb. 5 and won 5-0.

 

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