Dawson Campbell of Stettler Peewee steers the puck away from opponent Sylvan Lakers B2 as Hunter Freisen of Stettler looks on

Stettler peewees triumphs over Sylvan Lakers 5-2

It was a closely fought battle, but the Stettler Peewee B Storm pulled ahead and kept ahead, bringing in a 5-2 win.

It was a closely fought battle, but the Stettler Peewee B Storm pulled ahead and kept ahead, bringing in a 5-2 win over the Sylvan Lake B2 Lakers on Dec. 19.

The win was made possible by the two goals by Jackson Muhlbach, and individual goals by Tyson Brower, Gage Hunt and Dawon Campbell. The following day, the team hosted the Hughenden Jets, losing in a close 4-3 game. Goals by Muhlbach, Douglas MacPherson and Brennan Andrews.

In other minor hockey news…

The Atom Cs hosted the Lacombe B1 Rockets on Sunday, Dec. 20, losing 11-2. Goals were scored by Rylen Mohn and Brandon Enyedy.

On Dec. 19, the Atom girls hosted the Rocky Rockets, tying the game 3-3. Hannah Cornelssen, Mackenna Hogg and Emma McMullin scored. The next day, the team headed to Maskwacis, where they defeated the home team 9-0. Mackenzie Laisnez scored three goals, Grace McMullin two, with solos from Mya Prehn, Emma McMullin, Ashley Lang and Alyssa Shaw.

The Stettler Peewee As headed to Sundre on Dec. 19, playing the first of two tied games for the weekend. The 5-5 tie was made possible by two goals by Skylar Hymers, and solos by Zac Forsyth, William Praski, and Chance Morbeck. The next day, the team hosted Ponoka, with a repeat of a 5-5 tie. Goals were scored by Zachary Bryson, Jacob Cottam, Brier Devnich, Yuvraj Uppal. A second, game-tying goal by Cottam prevented the loss.

On Friday, Dec. 18, Stettler Midget A headed to Okotoks, winning 4-2. Tye Mulgrove scored both goals. On Dec. 20, the team hosted Pincher Creek, winning 9-3. Quade Cassidy and Tye Mulgrove two goals each, with solos by Ethan Rost, Jordan Lee, Mark Bengert, Drew Cassidy and Erik Rost.

Heading to Castor on Thursday, Dec. 18 to face the 3Cs, Stettler’s Midget B pulled out a 5-4 win off of two goals each by Brayden Smith by Ryan Mielke, and a solo by Brendan Tucker. The team’s luck didn’t hold as on Saturday, Dec. 20, the team was crushed 12-1 by the visiting Rocky Royals. Smith scored the lone Stettler goal of the game.

In girls’ action…

On Dec. 19, Stettler Peewees headed to Camrose, winning 5-4. Ava Lee scored twice, with goals by Alandra Couch, Paige Simpson and Gabby Heck making up the rest. The team headed to Warburg the next day, but results were not available by press time.

The Bantam girls headed to Leduc on Saturday, Dec. 19, where they lost 4-1. Devon Johnson’s powerplay goal was the only point for the team. The next day, the team had a second chance at beating the same team when they hosted, this time winning 2-0. Hayden Friesen and Brook Laisnez scored.

On Dec. 19, the Stettler Girls’ Midget team hosted the Endmoor team, and on Monday, Dec. 21, hosted the Camrose team. No results from either game were available by press time.

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