Stettler teams win in minor hockey playoffs

Playoffs began last week for teams in Stettler Minor Hockey Association playing in North Central Minor Hockey Association with game results available on the NCMHA website.

An early lead – Landon Potter’s clever move puts the midget Storm ahead in just the second minute of the game against Innisfail last Saturday.

Playoffs began last week for teams in Stettler Minor Hockey Association playing in North Central Minor Hockey Association with game results available on the NCMHA website.

-Atom 2

Stettler Elks fell Sundre A 4-2 on March 7.

Rylee Jacobson and Jackson Zimmerman replied for Stettler.

Stettler Elks and Sundre skated to a 1-1 draw.

Jackson Zimmerman scored for Stettler.

-Atom tier 3

Stettler dropped a 2-1 decision to Ponoka on March 6.

Adam Nixon scored the lone Stettler marker.

Stettler was shut out 7-0 on March 7.

-Peewee girls

Stettler edged Viking Gas Kings 2-1 on March 7.

Ronni Burrows and Morgan VanDusen scored for Stettler.

Stettler blanked the Gas Kings 3-0 on March 6.

Harlee Avramenko, Geri Slemp and Grace Chapman scored one goal each.

Lindsey McKinnon recorded the shut out for Stettler.

-Peewee tier 2

Stettler DQ Blizzards blanked Killam Warriors 1-0 on March 6.

Quade Cassidy scored the game’s only goal.

Stettler lost 2-0 to Killam on March 7.

-Peewee tier 3

Stettler was crushed by Blackfalds Bulldogs 13-1 on March 8.

Chase McGonigal replied with the lone Stettler goal.

Stettler fell 4-3 to Lacombe Rockets on March 7.

Mark Bengert, Brandon Mills and Chase McGonigal tallied for Stettler.

Stettler lost 8-4 to Calmar Cobras on March 5.

Brendan Bardwell netted three goals for Stettler while Jeff Ternes added one.

-Peewee tier 5

Stettler Storm lost 4-1 to Sylvan Lake Lakers 2 on March 3.

Steven McCrea replied with the lone Stettler goal.

-Bantam tier 1

Stettler Scotiabank Storm blanked Lacombe Rockets 2-0 on March 5.

Scott Ternes and Dylan Houston scored for Stettler.

Jordan McCallum earned the shut out in goal for the Storm.

Stettler Storm shut out Lacombe Rockets 2-0 on March 3.

Adam Ternes and Scott Ternes tallied for the Storm.

Stettler goaltender Devon Woelk recorded the shut out.

They play Camrose in the semi finals this coming weekend.

Scitiabank storm will also be going to Whitecourt to participate in provincials March 18-21. They are representing zone 7 after beating Strathcona 14-2 last month. The team will be competing against teams from Beaumont, Fairview, Spruce Grove, Whitecourt, Fort Saskatchewan, Airdrie, and Okotoks in Bantam A play.

-Bantam tier 3

Stettler Storm edged Rimbey 5-4 on March 6,

Taylor Chase led the way with a pair of goals for Stettler.

Alex Badry, Danny Lutz, Matthew Reinbold, And Dylan Hotte also scored.

Stettler trimmed Spruceview Stars 6-5on March 4.

Taylor Chase netted two goals.

Danny Lutz, Brock Prescott, Alex Badry and Matthew Reinbold added singles.

-Bantam tier 5

Stettler lost 2-1 to Ponoka on March 7.

Tyler Wells tallied the lone Stettler goal.

Stettler fell 8-5 to Lacombe Rockets on March 6.

Tyler Greiner, Trent Sanders, Branden Reynolds, Tyler Wells and Cole Nicholls added one each.

Stettler fell 4-3 to Innisfail Flyers on March 5.

Trent Sanders, Braden Reynolds and Tyler Greiner scored for Stettler.

-Midget girls

Stettler Vipers shut out Innisfail Flyers 4-0 on March 4.

Kylie Younghans, Angela Gendre, Brittany Schwarzenberger and Haillie Turner scored for the Vipers.

Sommer Bauman earned the shut out in goal for Stettler.

-Midget tier 1

Stettler Blues edged Innisfail Flyers 5-4 in overtime on March 7.

Kelly Coppock, Brett Barros, Reese Anheliger, Matt Tateson and Dylan McKay scored for Stettler.

Stettler downed the Flyers 5-3 on March 6.

Landon Potter, Jacob Schwarzenberger, Dylan Muhlbach, Brett Barros and Brooker Blundon scored for Stettler.

Stettler Blues fell 5-4 Innisfail Flyerson March 4.

Matt Tateson, Landon Potter, Kelly Coppock and Jacob Schwarzenberger tallied for Stettler.

-Midget tier 3

Stettler lost 2-1 to Innisfail Flyers on March 6.

Buddy Brown tallied the lone Stettler goal.

Stettler was edged 3-2 by Innisfail on March 3.

Lowen Cassidy and Mackenzie Rost replied for Stettler.

-Midget tier 4

Stettler clipped Eckville Eagles 7-1 on March 7.

Brandon Sharpe led the attack with three markers.

Dustin Dayman scored two goals.

Connor Doucette and Elliott Mabbott added singles.

Stettler caged the Eagles 7-4 on March 6.

Brandon Sharpe paced the charge with three goals.

Connor Doucette added two goals

Logan Duncan and Kelton Turner scored one each.

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