Minor hockey briefs – November 25

Red Deer Rebels White netminder Dawson Weatherill made 26 saves to shut out the visiting Calgary Royals 4-0 Sunday.

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Red Deer Rebels White netminder Dawson Weatherill made 26 saves to shut out the visiting Calgary Royals 4-0 Sunday.

Jeremy Klessens, with two goals, Tyrell McCubbing and Nathan Kartusch scored for the winners.

The Rebels White came up short Saturday at Lethbridge, falling 5-2 while getting goals from Adam Sandstrom and Devon Fankhamel. Duncan Hughes and Weatherill combined to make 28 saves for the visitors, who were outshot 33-26.

Meanwhile, Justin Paarup, Braidon Westin, Dayton Playford and Tyrees Goodrunning connected for the visiting Red Deer Rebels Black in a 4-3 win over Leduc.

Justin Travis made 29 saves for the Rebels Black, who held a 36-32 advantage in shots.


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Josh Gette and Tyler Graber scored for the Red Deer Aero Equipment Chiefs fell 5-2 to the visiting Calgary Blackhawks Sunday.

Geordan Andrew and Graydon Larson combined to make 35 saves for the Chiefs, who were outshot 40-18.

On Saturday, Ryan Vandervlis, Josh Bussard and Landon Siegle scored and Larson stopped all 21 shots he faced as Aero Equpiment blanked the visiting Rockyview Raiders 3-0. Each team had 21 shots on goal.

In another Saturday outing, the host Red Deer Northstar Chiefs got two-goal outings from Kyle Cornford and Luke Coleman and singles courtesy of Ryan Chambers, Bryson Muir and Gerrit Verhoeven in a 7-3 win over the Calgary Canucks.

Reid Money made 10 saves for the Chiefs, who outshot their guests 27-13.


Midget AA

The Red Deer Indy Graphics Chiefs, with Declan Johnston netting two goals, rolled over the Calgary Canucks 9-1. Tayler Sincennes, James Gaume, Brody Kalinowski, Reid Stirling, Michael Pruss, Brayden Barker and Shawn Rowe also scored for the winners, while Rylan Bardick came up big with 42 saves.

Indy Graphics also pulled out a 4-3 win over the host Edge Gold, getting two goals from Michael Pruss and singles from Matt Krusky and Logan Linnell. Chris Preston faced 18 shots in the Chiefs net.