Minor hockey briefs – Jan. 31

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The Stettler Legion scored four unanswered third period goals to down the Red Deer King’s Energy Chiefs 8-4 Sunday.

Mike Neumeier had two goals and Kelly Coppock and Clinton Allen one each for the Legion in the third period. Braden Bowie added a pair of goals and Logan Davidson and Micah Croker one each.

Jacob Bottomley had two goals for the Chiefs with singles added by Kyran Karol and Jordan Joynes.


Bantam A

The Red Deer Frontier Bus Lines Chiefs split a pair of weekend games, beating the Hobbema Maskwacis 5-0 and losing 3-2 the Forestburg Thunderstars.

Carter Bennett had two goals and an assist against Hobbema with Brad Penney, Curtis Hallman and Carson Stuve adding single markers. Justin Anderson and Hallman scored against the Thunderstars.


Bantam Girls

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs won one of three games in the Onoway tournament during the weekend.

The Chiefs beat Beaverlodge 3-1 while losing 4-0 to Onoway and 2-0 to Stettler.

Brooklyn Zemlak had two goals and Emily Herman one against Beaverlodge.

Jennifer Hallett and Blaire Biggs scored for Stettler while Lindsey McKinnon had the shutout.


Peewee AA

The Red Deer TBS Chiefs split a pair of weekend games, losing 6-3 to the Wheatland Braves and beating Red Deer Parkland Transmission 4-1.

Eric Moore, Kyle Budvarson and Josh Tarzwell scored against the Braves, while Shane Massey made 35 saves in goal.

Nathan Kartusch, Connor Dawes, Justin Paarup and Tarzwell scored against Parkland. Dawson Weatherill made 29 saves to earn the win. Zachary Kungle scored for Parkland while Klayton Sandquist made 33 saves.


Atom AA

Red Deer KFC downed Red Deer Sports World 7-3 Sunday as Jarvis Gaume had a pair of goals and Quincey Johnson, Mateo Perich, Cade Mason and Colby Chavez-Leech one each. Tye Carriere, Shae Lavoie and Cale Stecyk replied for Sports World.

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