Red Deer Rampage player Sheridan Cook fires a shot on net on the opening weekend of the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League Junior B Tier I season Saturday. Red Deer opened the season with a 10-10 tie against the Mountainview Mavericks and lost to the St. Albert Crude Saturday. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Red Deer Rampage stumble to open Junior B Tier I lacrosse season

The Red Deer Rampage got off to a rough start in the Rocky Mountian Lacrosse League Junior B Tier I season.

Friday, they tied with the Olds Mavericks and Saturday, they dropped an 11-6 game to the St. Albert Crude.

St. Albert rolled in the contest at the Kinex Saturday, opening up a 5-0 lead before Riley King scored the only Rampage goal of the first period.

Elijah Johanson scored twice in the second and Sheridan Cook along with Teren Christensen added goals for Red Deer in the frame.

After two periods, the Crude led 9-5. Late in the third, Johanson converted his hat trick.

The Rampage tied their opening game 10-10 Friday night against the Olds Mavericks.

Red Deer had a hat trick from Elijah Johnson, while Bergen Cunningham, Tyler Clarkson, Keifer Christensen, Jayden Reschny, Tylan Hasna, Ben Arifin and Sheridan Cook also scored.

For Olds, Marshall Bloomfield also notched a hat trick. Bret Marshall, Damian Vickers and Kyle Galisky each added a pair and Brodie Gladue also found the mark.



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