High-scoring action highlights Heritage League weekend

Vipers down the Lightning

The Red Deer Vipers downed the Stettler Lightning 3-1 in Heritage Junior B Hockey League play Saturday.

Mitch Morrison, Lane Sim and Deckan Johnson scored once each for the Vipers. Kieran Rost had the only goal for the Lightning. Brandon Bilodeau made 26 saves in the win for the Vipers.

In other action, the Blackfalds Wranglers spilt a pair of weekend games.

In Friday’s 6-5 loss against the Airdrie Thunder, Landon Siegle netted a hat trick and Austin Wilson added a pair of goals. Garrett Glasman scored twice for the Wranglers in a 6-3 win over the Coaldale Copperheads on Saturday. Brody Bolton, Shawn Rowe, Bryce Marshall and Ryan Chambers added markers for the Wranglers in the win. Lane Brann was huge between the pipers for Blackfalds, making 42 saves for the win.

Also on Friday, the Stettler Lightning grabbed a dominant 6-1 win over the Three Hills Thrashers.

Dylan Houston led the way for the Lightning with two goals. Kieran Rost, Rylee Jacobson, Mark Bengert and Logan Davidson also scored for Stettler. Lane Congdon made 17 saves in the win. Ryan Spiller scored the only Three Hills goal.

The Mountainview Colts rolled over the Ponoka Stampeders 9-2 on Friday. Nate Higgins scored the only goals for Ponoka.

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