Generals power through perfect weekend

The Bentley Generals puts the wrap on a perfect Chinook Hockey League weekend by downing the host Lloydminster Border Kings 3-1 on Sunday

The Bentley Generals puts the wrap on a perfect Chinook Hockey League weekend by downing the host Lloydminster Border Kings 3-1 on Sunday.

Diarmuid Kelly paced the Generals with two goals, while Donald Morrison also tallied for the visitors. Jamie Sparks notched a lone goal for Lloydminster.

Jordan Alford turned aside 25 shots for the winners. Border Kings netminder B.J. Boxma made 27 saves.

On Saturday, the Generals were 7-3 winners over the visiting West Central Alberta Rams, as Darryl LaPlante and Curtis Austring each sniped two goals and Kent Beagle, Tyler Haarstad and Sean Robertson added one apiece. LaPlante also picked up a trio of assists to complete a five-point evening. Scoring for the Rams were Derek Werenka, Joel Barrett and Brett Yeo. Scott Galenza stopped 18 shots for Bentley, with Andy Sinclair turning aside 35 at the other end.

West Central bounced back on Sunday with a 6-1 win over the Innisfail Eagles at Sylvan Lake.

Scott Murphy potted a pair of goals for the Rams, who got singles from Werenka, Tyler Lightbrown, Colin Shaw, who also added three assists, and Brian Pieper. Brett Sparks scored for Innisfail. Winning goaltender Brandon Parsons made 38 saves. Kyle Neilson and Archie Henderson combined to block 39 shots for the Eagles.

Rustlers lose shootout

The Red Deer Rustlers dropped a 2-1 shootout decision to the Sherwood Park Steele in junior women’s hockey league play Friday.

Rachel Harvey scored for the Rustlers as the teams battled to a 1-1 tie in regulation. Sherwood Park won the shootout 2-1. Alex Kamprath scored the Red Deer goal. Tannis Duffy and Kelly Giacobbo shared goaltending duties for the Rustlers.

Chiefs split

Major Midget Girls

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs split a pair of Alberta Major Midget Female Hockey League games during the weekend.

They dropped a 1-0 decision at Medicine Hat Saturday and won 3-2 over the Highwood Raiders of High River at home Sunday.

Red Deer goaltender Camille Trautman finished with 17 saves against Medicine Hat then made 21 stops against the Raiders.

Jade Petrie scored the winning goal against Highwood at 11:10 of the third period. Chelsea Peterson and Rachael Hoppins added the other Red Deer goals.

Major Bantam Girls

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs recorded three victories during the weekend to move back into first place Alberta Major Bantam Female Hockey League.

The Chiefs beat Sherwood Park 7-0, the Calgary Outlaws 4-1 and the Edmonton Lightning 4-1.

Reanna Arnold, Taylor Hall and Blyss Gellert scored twice each and Beth Fodor once against Sherwood Park while Megan Kirkland made 14 saves for the shutout.

Krista Wilson scored twice while Hall and Alyssa Goodwin added single markers against the Outlaws. Jenn West made 25 saves in net.

Caitlyn Fyten, Taylor Heinzlmeir, Hall and Arnold scored against Edmonton.

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