Storm show early dominance in midget girls’ hockey season

The Stettler Storm midget girls’ team continues to make noise atop the North Central Minor Hockey Association.

Sommer Bauman of the Stettler Storm midget girls’ team makes a save against Kennedy Currie of Sylvan Lake last Saturday at the Stettler Recreation Centre. Bauman earned the shutout in Stettler’s 13-0 victory.

The Stettler Storm midget girls’ team continues to make noise atop the North Central Minor Hockey Association.

The Storm blew past both of their weekend opponents, slamming Hobbema 20-4 on the road Sunday and Sylvan Lake 13-0 at home Saturday.

Jayden Hogg led the Stettler attack Sunday, scoring five goals and assisting on two others. Kennidy Fisher and Morgan Van Dusen each added four goals, while Ronni Burrows and Jennifer Hallett each netted a hat trick. Dakota Schwarzenberger rounded out the Storm scoring.

At home Saturday, Stettler goaltender Sommer Bauman stopped all 26 shots for the shutout against Sylvan Lake. Fisher led the offence with three goals and five points. Hogg and Jessie Anderson each scored two goals and singles went to Burrows, Dakota Schwarzenberger, Kelsie Litke, Sarah Mrazek, Morgan Van Dusen and Dani Van Dusen.

This weekend, the Stettler female tournament features eight teams in the midget division and eight clubs in the peewee category.

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