Optimist Chiefs earned three of four points in Alberta Midget Hockey League play

Northstar Chiefs managed one point

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The Red Deer Optimist Chiefs earned three of four points in Alberta Midget Hockey League play at the Kinex during the weekend.

The Chiefs downed the St. Albert Raiders 4-2 Saturday and tied the Edmonton Gregg Distributors 4-4 Sunday.

Hayden Clayton, Graysen Cameron, Justin Paarup and Luke Bast scored against the Raiders with Justin Travis making 29 saves. His teammates had 34 shots.

On Sunday, the Chiefs trailed 4-1 in the third period, but got goals from Cameron at 3:50, Levi Glasman at 7:02 and Bast at 19:52 to earn the tie. Clayton had the other Red Deer goal while Levi Mitchell made 39 saves.

The Chiefs sit fourth in the South Division with a 7-3-6 record.

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The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs split a pair of games, losing 2-0 to the Rocky Mountain Raiders Saturday and downing the Calgary Fire 2-1 on Sunday.

Camille Scherger turned in an outstanding performance on Saturday, making 39 saves and had her shutout ruined at 19:24 of the third period.

Emma Thomas and Skylar Colonna scored against the Fire with Chantelle Sandquist making 18 saves.

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The Red Deer Northstar Chiefs managed one point out of a pair of weekend games, losing 11-0 to the Calgary Rangers Friday and tying the Rocky Raiders 1-1 Sunday.

Jackson Rider scored against the Raiders with Jared Lee making 41 saves.

Meanwhile, the Red Deer TBS Chiefs lost 6-2 to the Calgary Bruins Saturday and 5-3 to the Calgary Canucks Sunday.

Cole Muir and Payton Wright connected against the Bruins while Trevor Simpson, Colby Phillips and Matias Letwin scored against the Canucks. Bretton Park made 29 saves.

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The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs dropped a 2-1 decision to the Peace Country Sunday.

Kelli-Rai Sieben scored the lone Red Deer goal while Rebecca Bridge made 24 saves.

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The Red Deer Rebels won a pair of games, downing the homestanding Rocky Mountain Raiders 5-4 Saturday and stopping the visiting Calgary Flames 10-1 Sunday.

Wyatt Fluet, Kyle Wallace, Kayde Budgell, Brady Carruth and Noah Danielson scored against the Raiders with Caleb Trotter making 27 saves.

Danielson scored four times against the Flames with Wallace and Konnor Green adding two goals each and Brett Meerman and Fluet one apiece. Carter Vooys made 22 saves.

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