Stettler midget girls win pair, drop one

The midget female Stettler Storm had a triple-game weekend, resulting in a two wins and one loss in North Central Minor Hockey Association

The midget female Stettler Storm had a triple-game weekend, resulting in a two wins and one loss in North Central Minor Hockey Association action.

On Sunday, the Storm midget girls travelled to Frog Lake, where the Stettler team dominated in an 18-0 win.

Jayden Hogg got a hat trick. Morgan Van Dusen, Harlee Avramenko, Kierra Scollo, Geri Slemp and Trya Ganser each scored two goals.

Grace Chapman, Makayla Peters, Kendra Rusaw, Sarah Imbery and Kelsie Litke each scored one goal. Lindsey McKinnon posted the shutout.

On Saturday night, the midget girls played in Vermilion. McKinnon stopped 15 shots and had another shutout in the 5-0 victory for Stettler.

Kennidy Fisher, Ashley Keith, Van Dusen, Avramenko and Scollo each scored one goal for Stettler.

On Friday night, the Storm girls lost to the Battle River Heat in Stettler. Scollo scored the only goal for Stettler, which didn’t report the score. McKinnon faced 18 shots.

 

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