Midget AA Elks sweep weekend action

The Red Deer Elks won a pair of AA weekend contests, beating the Foothill Bisons 10-4 and downing their Red Deer rivals, the Pro-Stitch Chiefs, 7-4.

Red Deer Elk Landon Hiebert rings one off the post as Red Deer ProStitch Chiefs’ goalie Taylor Steele looks on during Sunday’s 7-4 win for the Elks

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The Red Deer Elks won a pair of AA weekend contests, beating the Foothill Bisons 10-4 and downing their Red Deer rivals, the Pro-Stitch Chiefs, 7-4.

Chris Robertson, Justin Corbett and Landon Hiebert each scored twice against Foothills, with Dana Daoust, Brody Robinson, Brandon Evanoff and Dallen Hall sniping singles. Brenden Mandrusiak faced 23 shots in picking up the win.

Daoust tallied twice against Pro-Stitch, while singles were added by Justin Moltzahn, Josh Elliot, Spencer Lee, Robinson and Robertson. Jarren Nickle was the victorious netminder.

Dustin Reykdal led the Chiefs with two goals. Cole deGraaf and Tanner Howe contributed singles and Taylor Steele faced 35 shots.

Pro-Stitch did manage a weekend win, romping past the visiting Bow Valley Timberwolves 7-0 as Ross Cunningham potted two goals — including one short-handed — and Colin Richard, Joel Scheelar, Tanner Howe, Cole deGraaf and JD Senneker also connected. Tanner Jailet made 38 saves for the shutout.

Midget Girls

The Red Deer Sutter Fund A Chiefs got two goals from Ashley Graf in a 5-1 exhibition victory over the visiting Notre Dame Hounds of Wilcox, Sask. on Saturday.

Emma Malsbury, Whitney Sveinson and Lexi Kambeitz also scored for the winners, while Nora Dreschler made 14 saves. Red Deer outshot the visitors 27-15.

Bantam

The Red Deer Steel Kings, on goals from Teagan Kooman, Chandler Knibb, Trey deGraaf, Chris Gerrie and Dallas Link, defeated the Brooks Outlaws 5-2 in a AA weekend contest. Netminder Jayden Sittler made 30 saves as the Kings were outshot 32-28.

In other AA action, the Red Deer Service Plus Chiefs managed a 3-3 tie with Brooks and defeated the Okotoks Oilers 3-1.

Teagan Colonna scored two goals, including the tying marker with one minute remaining, and Cole Visser also connected against Brooks. Joey Desrosiers faced 22 shots for Service Plus.

Cater Siwiki, Darrian Banack and Tristan Redman scored against Okotoks, while goaltender Nicholas Galenzoski faced 32 shots.

• In A action, the Red Deer Frontier Chiefs edged Ponoka 5-4 with Colton Levie, Brett Marsollier, Jaye Sutherland, Brandon Way and Justin Van Teetering scoring once each. Zane Steeves finished with 42 saves in the Red Deer goal.

Bantam Girls

The Red Deer AAA Sutter Fund Chiefs extended their league record to 9-1-1 with a 2-0 win over the Rocky Mountain Raiders. Nicole York and Alyssa Goodwin scored while Jenn West made 12 saves for the shutout.

Peewee

• The Red Deer Holiday Inn Chiefs were 1-2 in weekend A play, edging Red Deer Versa-Line 1-0 and losing 7-6 to the Innisfail Flyers and 4-0 to the Olds Wolverines.

Louis Leclerc scored against Versa-Line, while Dawson Reykdal fired three goals and Leclerc, Kyle Rideout and Kyle Gibson tallied against Innisfail.

• The Southside Stingers were respective 9-1 and 7-6 losers to Red Deer Overdoor and Marshall Brothers in B action.

Kyle Skogen notched the lone goal against Overdoor, while Stingers goalies Will Gummow and Chase Brewster combined to made 25 saves.

Against Marshall Brothers, Skogen fired three goals and Jaxon Thompson, Travis Mears and Justin Anderson also scored. Chase Brewster turned aside 27 shots in a losing cause.

• In other B action, Safeway and Dale Stuart tied 2-2. Connor Guttridge and Ethan Ropcean scored for Safeway and Cam Lissack and Anthony Neurauter for Dale Stuart.

Peewee Girls

The Red Deer Sutter Fund No. 2 squad took top honours in the Lloydminster tournament with a 3-1 record.

Sutter Fund thumped the host team 11-0, blanked Fort Saskatchewan 9-0, lost 8-2 to the Saskatoon Drillers but then beat the Drillers 6-4 in the gold-medal game.

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The Red Deer KFC Chiefs finished second in the Bowden AA tournament, losing 8-1 in the final to Okotoks. Earlier the Chiefs beat Calgary Lake Bonavista 5-4, the Taber Chiefs 4-3 and the Edmonton Whitemud West 7-6.

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