Minor hockey briefs – December 7

The Red Deer Elks beat the Bow Valley Timberwolves 5-2 in South Central AA League action on the weekend, getting two goals from Chris Robertson in the process.

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The Red Deer Elks beat the Bow Valley Timberwolves 5-2 in South Central AA League action on the weekend, getting two goals from Chris Robertson in the process.

Justin Corbett, Pearce Just and Dana Daoust also scored for the winners, while Jarren Nickle and Brenden Mandrusiak combined to make 36 saves.

Bantam

The Red Deer Steel Kings took it on the chin in weekend AA action, falling 9-2 to the league-leading and visiting Cranbrook Ice.

Chris Gerrie and Kwyn Hiebert tallied for the Kings, whose game at Okotoks was postponed due to weather conditions. Brody Thomas stopped 44 shots for the Kings.

In other AA play, the Red Deer Service Plus Chiefs were 8-2 losers to Cranbrook and also edged Airdrie 32.

In the loss to Cranbrook, Cole Visser and Carter Siwiki scored for the Chiefs who were outshot 38-14 with Nicholas Galenzoski in goal.

Jayden Rausch, Brett Hoppus and Mat Thiessen tallied against Airdrie, while Joey Desrosiers stopped 30 shots.

Bantam girls

Taylor Hall erupted for six points, including four goals, as the Red Deer AAA Sutter Fund Chiefs blanked the St. Albert Raiders 6-0.

Krista Wilson scored twice for the winners, while Jessyka Holt had three assists and Jenn West and Megan Kirkland combined for 16 saves for the shutout.

Peewee

The Red Deer Holiday Inn Chiefs went 0-2 in A action during the weekend, falling 6-2 to Red Deer Versa-Line and 6-5 to the Rocky Mountain House Redcoats.

Brenan Frame and Louis Leclerc scored against Versa-Line, with Ryley Bosch making 24 saves.

Agains the Redcoats, Kyle Rideout potted a pair of goals and singles were contributed by Leclerc, Kyle Gibson and Parker Smyth. Michael Ozga stopped 25 shots for the win.

• Kyle Skogen fired five goals to pace Southside Dodge to a 20-2 win over Innisfail in weekend B action.

Cole Simon recorded a hat trick, while Caleb Weber, Kevin Hayton, Brandt Burzuk, Jaxon Thompson and Griffine Moline each tallied twice for the winners, who got additional goals from Ryan Claerhout and Travid Mears. Southside netminders Chase Brewster and Will Gummow combined to make 58 saves.

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Red Deer KFC, with Connor Dawes connecting twice and Austin Sim scoring twice, edged Red Deer Sports World 3-2 in AA play.

Scoring for Sports World were Ryan Nielsen and Ben Leblanc. Devin Desormeau got the win for KFC, stopping 19 shots, while Canon Whitbread faced 34 shots in a losing cause.

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