Red Deer and area hockey teams busy at the rink

Boys, girls teams in action

Midget AAA

The Red Deer Optimist Chiefs managed to earn one of a possible four points in Alberta Midget Hockey League play during the weekend.

The Chiefs lost 4-0 to Leduc Saturday then tied Edmonton Boston Pizza Athletics 2-2 at home Sunday.

Affiliated player Adam Heindel and Kyle Budvarson scored against the A’s with Levi Mitchell making 17 saves.

Midget AAA Girls

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs recorded a pair of 2-1 victories over the Rocky Mountain Rebels Sunday and the Edmonton Pandas Saturday.

Kaley Mueller and Skylar Colonna scored against the Raiders with Camille Scherger making 24 saves.

On Saturday, Carly Wlad and Faith Gette scored once each and Chantelle Sandquist made 15 saves.

Minor Midget

The Red Deer TBS Chiefs split a pair of games and the Northstar Chiefs dropped a pair on the road during the weekend.

TBS downed the Southeast Tigers 6-2 and lost 14-2 to the Lethbridge Hurricanes.

Tye Carriere had two goals and Cole Muir, Isaac Lee, Kyle Gerrits and Payton Wright one each against the Tigers with Jager Thompson making 36 saves.

Gerrits and Wright connected against Lethbridge.

The Northstars lost 6-4 Sunday and 7-4 Saturday to the Calgary Blue.

Caleb Berge had two goals and Sloan Garrity and Cole Hardman one each on Sunday with Cameron Loomis-LaBrosse making 35 saves.

On Saturday, Jackson Rider, Kayden Gatz, Berge and Kyle Richmond scored once each with Jared Lee making 29 saves.

Midget Elite Girls

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs ran their record to 8-0-0 as they defeated Airdrie 5-0 Sunday and the Lethbridge Cyclones 3-0 Saturday.

Julianna Goulayets and Danica Polson had two goals each and Sage Sansregret one against Airdrie with Jayda Thompson making 22 saves for the shutout.

Jenna Hollman, Sansregret and Shaelynne Bilodeau scored against Lethbridge and Rebecca Bridge made 40 saves for the shutout.

Bantam AAA

The Red Deer Rebels earned three of a possible four points during the weekend.

The Rebels edged the Calgary Royals 5-4 Sunday after tying Camrose 4-4 Saturday.

Kyle Wallace had two goals with singles added by Brett Meerman, Connor Sholdice and Wyatt Fluet. Caleb Trotter made 30 saves.

On Saturday, Konnor Green, Sholdice, Brady Caruth and Meerman scored once each. Carter Vooys made 38 saves.

Bantam Elite Girls

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs edged the Rocky Mountain Raiders 3-2 in a shootout Friday, then dropped a 6-0 decision to the Calgary Fire White Sunday.

Paige Dodd scored the only goal in the shootout with goaltender Kameryn Guhl making 21 saves in regulation and stopping the three Rocky Mountain shooters in the shootout.

Stephanie Keeper and Madison Rutz scored in regulation time.

Meanwhile, Olds downed the Raiders 1-0 Sunday on a 13-save performance by Jocelynn Pearce and a goal from Sarah Wozniewicz.

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