Red Deer Bantam AAA Rebels forward Caleb Hadland puts a shot just off the post Sunday against the Okotoks Oilers Sunday at Servus Arena. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Red Deer Bantam AAA Rebels remain unbeaten

Bantam AAA

The Red Deer Bantam Rebels ran their unbeaten streak to 11 games Sunday.

In Alberta Bantam AAA Hockey League play, they knocked off the Okotoks Bisons 4-1 to improve to 10-0-1 on the season.

Owen Callow had a pair of tallies for Red Deer, Harrison Lodewyk and Rhett Miller also scored. Josh Perreault, Talon Brigley, Quinn Sampson-Goodman, Coy Pighin and Caleb Hadland had assists. Marvy Fluet stopped 17 shots in the win.

Midget AAA

The Red Deer Optimist Chiefs won their only contest of the weekend in Alberta Midget AAA Hockey League play.

Logan Breen earned the shutout as Red Deer knocked off the Lethbridge Hurricanes 4-0 Sunday. Breen stopped 34 shots in the win. He also earned a rare assist.

Jayden Henderson, the AMHL player of the month for October, picked up a pair of goals and an assist for Red Deer. Tyler MacKenzie, 15, had a goal and two assists. Ben Christian also added a goal.

Midget AAA Female

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs battled to a tough 3-2 loss to the Lloydminster PWM Steelers Saturday in Alberta Female Hockey League action.

Hailey Hoogkam and Julie Wagner scored for Red Deer and Stephine Keeper added an assist. Elizabeth Campbell made 18 saves for the Sutter Fund Chiefs.

Red Deer couldn’t quite bounce back and suffered a tough 4-3 loss in the shootout Sunday to the Steelers.

Aryn Chambers, who recently committed to play hockey at MacEwan University, had a pair of goals in the loss. Callie Cocke and Robyn Grant both added a pair of assists. Ridleigh Hansen stopped 30 shots in the loss.

Only Steelers shooter Jade Sandberg scored in the shootout.

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Red Deer Bantam AAA Rebels forward Coy Pighin fires a shot on the Okotoks Oilers net Sunday in Alberta Bantam AAA Hockey League play at Servus Arena. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

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