Red Deer Bantam AAA Rebels keep rolling with weekend wins

Red Deer Bantam AAA Rebels

After a strong showing at the John Reid Memorial Tournament, the Red Deer Bantam AAA Rebels got back to their winning ways in Alberta Bantam AAA Hockey League play.

The Rebels won a pair of games on the weekend, knocking off Okotoks Oilers 5-3 Saturday and winning 4-1 over the Calgary Flames Sunday.

In Sunday’s win, Colby Joyce, Chase Walker, Wil Christian and Harrison Lodewyk all scored for Red Deer. Brock Lott stopped 24 shots in the win.

Saturday, Owen Callow buried a pair of tallies and both Josh Perreault and Ephram McNutt added two assists in the win. Rhett Miller, Joyce and Caleb Hadland also had goals in the victory. Rebels goalie Marcy Fluet made 16 saves.

Red Deer has picked up fourth straight win in league play.

Red Deer Midget AAA Optimist Chiefs

In their first game after a two-week break for high school exams, the Red Deer Optimist Chiefs knocked off the Sherwood Park Kings 4-2 in Alberta Midget AAA Hockey League play.

Jayden Henderson buried a power play goals, Silas Buijs also scored and Tyler MacKenzie notched an empty-net goal in the third to clinch the win.

Red Deer Midget AAA Sutter Fund Chiefs

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs suffered a tough loss Sunday in Alberta Female Hockey League play.

Kylie Perry scored the Chiefs only goal in a 3-1 loss to the Edmonton Pandas. Aryn Chambers and Jolie Nafziger had assists in the loss, while Elizabeth Campbell stopped 22 shots in the loss.


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