Stormy weekend for Stettler hockey teams

It wasn't a winning weekend for the Stettler Minor Hockey Association, who outside of its home tournament for the girls, saw only one win.

It wasn’t a winning weekend for the Stettler Minor Hockey Association, who outside of its home tournament for the girls, saw only one win.

The Stettler Midget A Storm was the winner of the weekend, with a 4-2 victory over Cochrane on Sunday, Dec. 13. Kameron Bainbridge, Mark Bengert and Matthew Sylvester scored for the team.

The Atom B Storm travelled to Rocky on Dec. 13 to face the Warriors, losing 13-3 to the home team. Stettler side’s goals were scored by Stefan Oprea, Zach McCord and Kaden Muhlbach.

The Stettler Peewee B Storm headed to the home of the West Country Peewee Chiefs on Dec. 12, losing a close 4-3 match courtesy of two goals by Jason Muhlbach and a solo by Brady Petersen Stettler boys. The same day, the Bantam Storm hosted Hughenden Jets, losing 6-2, with goals by Liam McQuay and Ty Dowling for Storm.

The Midget B Storm joined their Peewee cousins and played the Midget West Country Peewee Chiefs, and like the younger team, also lost. The 5-2 score was augmented by two goals by Evan Imbery for Stettler.

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