Mayor Sean Nolls presents the Stettler Storm with a certificate from the Town for their Midget C Provincial Championship. Pictured are the third year players who are departing the team after this season. (Landin Chambers/Black Press)

Stettler Storm celebrate Midget C title

Team was invited to Town Council on April 3 after winning Hockey Alberta Provincials in Rimbey

Players, coaches and parents of the Stettler Storm gathered at town council on April 3 to celebrate the team’s recent provincial championship.

The Storm won the Midget C title at Hockey Alberta Provincials in Rimbey on March 25, after a perfect season with 38 wins.

The Stettler team was perfect in the championships, winning five straight games to capture the title over Elk Point.

Mayor Sean Nolls congratulated the team on their impressive winning streak saying, “You guys accomplished something even the Patriots couldn’t do in winning the final game, so you should all be very proud of your accomplishment.”

Photos were taken with the team and the departing third year players as the town presented the Storm with a certificate highlighting their Midget C title.

Stettler Storm capture Midget C title at Hockey Alberta Provincials

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The Stettler Storm were honoured at Town Council on April 3 for their recent Midget C title won at Hockey Alberta Provincials in Rimbey. The Storm went undefeated this season, winning all 38 of their games. (Landin Chambers/Black Press)

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