Red Deer Rampage player Riley Woytas drives to the net against the Lethbridge Barracudas in the first period of Rocky Mountian Lacrosse League Junior B Tier I Play at the Kinex. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Rampage edge out win over Lethbridge

The Red Deer Rampage got back in the win column Saturday.

After a loss Friday, Red Deer knocked off the Lethbridge Barracudas 10-8 at the Kinex.

Red Deer jumped ahead after five first period goals, with Keifer Christensen burying a pair, Teren Christensen, Elijah Johanson and Riley King also finding the mark.

Through 40 minutes, the home side led 8-4, after Johanson tally and two more from Jayden Reschny.

Lethbridge stormed back with four goals in the third, but Johanson closed out the hat trick with a goal and Teren Christensen notched his second of the game late in the frame.

Friday, the Rampage suffered their second loss of the season. The Calgary Shamrocks edged Red Deer 13-9 at the Kinex.

With the game tied 3-3 after the first period, the Shamrocks exploded for six goals in the second and added another four in the third to close out the scoring.

Jayden Reschny, Sheridan Cook and Teren Christensen each buried twice in the loss. Elijah Johanson, Riley King and Tylan Hasna also scored for Red Deer.



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Red Deer Rampage player Elijah Johanson battles through a pair of Lethbridge Barracudas defenders in the first period of Rocky Mountian Lacrosse League Junior B Tier I Play at the Kinex. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Red Deer Rampage player Riley Woytas drives to the net against the Lethbridge Barracudas in the first period of Rocky Mountian Lacrosse League Junior B Tier I Play at the Kinex. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

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