Rebels White sweep weekend

Kirk Johnson and Derrick Morrell scored for the Red Deer Rebels White in a 4-2 Alberta Major Bantam Hockey League loss to the Airdrie Xtreme on Sunday at the Arena. Brady Jewan made 34 saves for Red Deer, outshot 38-32.

Red Deer Rebels White Matthew Van Mulligen and Medicine Hat Hockey Hounds Caleb Fernell battle for the puck Saturday during the Rebels’ 8-6 win.

Kirk Johnson and Derrick Morrell scored for the Red Deer Rebels White in a 4-2 Alberta Major Bantam Hockey League loss to the Airdrie Xtreme on Sunday at the Arena.

Brady Jewan made 34 saves for Red Deer, outshot 38-32.

The Rebels White were 8-6 winners over visiting Medicine Hat on Saturday as Evan Ingram erupted for four goals and Kale Lapointe, Stefan Danielson, Jody Sick and Matthew Van Mulligen each tallied once. Anthony Hamill turned in a 39-save performance for Red Deer, which was outshot 45-44.

Meanwhile, the Rebels Black battled the host Xtreme to a 4-4 draw on Friday and were 5-3 winners over visiting Lethbridge 24 hours later.

Scott Feser with three goals, Joel Topping and Dustin Gorgi scored against Lethbridge, which fired 21 shots at Rebels netminder Matt Zentner.

Scott Ferguson, Quinn Brown, Logan Fisher and Gorgi scored for Red Deer in the tie at Airdrie.

Brett Frisneth and Zentner combined to made 27 saves for the Rebels Black, who held a 54-31 margin in shots.

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