Stettler Minor Hockey Teams prepare to head off to Provincials. Pictured are the Bantam Females, the Midget A team, the PeeWee A team, the Atom A team and the Atom female team. Landin Chambers/Stettler Independent

Stettler Minor Hockey Assocation Provincials Results

Bantam Females, Atom A’s the Atom female team all played in tournaments over the weekend

Stettler Minor Hockey teams gathered for a photo at ATB Financial last week ahead of Provincials over the final two weekends of March.

Atom A Team

After the first weekend of Provincials, only one of Stettler’s teams played in a championship game.

Congratulations to the Stettler Storm who played in the Atom B division, and came second to Didsbury in Beaverlodge.

Stettler finished with a record of 4-1 after beating Westlock 7-4 to open the tournament on Friday, Mar. 16.

The Storm went on to beat High Country 9-3 on Saturday morning, as well as La Crete by a score of 10-6 that afternoon.

Stetler picked up their final win on Sunday morning, beating Marwayne-Dewberry 9-2, before losing in the championship 7-3 to the Didsbury Ramblers.

Atom Female Team

It was a tough go for the Atom Female team in St. Paul over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Stettler finished with a record of 0-3, after falling 8-1 to Red Deer on Friday morning.

The team was back in action on Friday afternoon, losing 4-0 to Okotoks, before dropping a 9-1 decision to host St. Paul on Saturday.

Female Bantam B Tournament

The Stettler Highway 12 Storm played four games over the weekend at home, finishing with a record of two wins and two losses in the round robin.

Stettler’s first game was a 10-0 victory over Edmonton on Thursday night. The Bantam B Females then took on Warburg on Friday afternoon, falling 5-1.

Stettler took the ice again on Friday night, losing to Lloydminster in a 7-1 final, before defeating Athabasca 7-0 in their final game on Saturday.

Upcoming Provincials

Championships set for this coming weekend include: Stettler’s Midget C team, and PeeWee A team who have a chance at titles in Sherwood Park and Edmonton respectively.

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