Local sports briefs – December 22

Megan Warrener of the Central Alberta Freestyle Ski Club was a double gold medalist at the Alberta Winter Games qualifying competition at Marmot Basin during the weekend.

Warrener wins two gold

JASPER — Megan Warrener of the Central Alberta Freestyle Ski Club was a double gold medalist at the Alberta Winter Games qualifying competition at Marmot Basin during the weekend.

Warrener won the F5 moguls and slope style competitions while Neil Jefferies was second in the M5 slope style and fifth in moguls.

Bobby Warrener took third, Dustin Cressey seventh, Thomas Corsiatto 13th, Bryce Scott 17th and Toben Spencer-Lang 18th in the M4 slope style while Scott was 10th, Bobby Warrener 13th, Taylor Bosch 14th, Spencer-Lang 17th and Cressey 19th in moguls.

Graham Vanderkley placed third and Shane Harris fifth in the M3 slope style with Matthew Bus 10th and Kieran Mill 15th.

Vanderkley was 12th in the moguls with Harris 13th, Mill 15th and Brus 17th.


Minor Hockey

Midget 15-year-old

The Red Deer IROC Chiefs edged the Calgary Blackhawks 3-2 in league action Saturday.

Brady Bakke, Adam Ferguson and BJ Duffin scored for the Chiefs while Tanner Kovacs finished with 30 saves. The Chiefs had 52 shots on Calgary netminder Devin McDonald.

Peewee Girls

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs No. 1 team got four goals from Becky Davidson in downing the Sutter Fund Chiefs No. 2 squad 7-5 Sunday.

Shaina Davis, Breanna Martin and Brooke Cassidy added single goals for the winners while Taylor Nyeste and Ashley RiChard had two goals each and Jade Lee one in a losing cause.

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