Minor hockey briefs – October 16


Bantam A

The Red Deer Frontier Chiefs split a pair of weekend games, losing 3-0 to Stettler and downing innisfail 8-2.

Stefan Theriault, Jerome Beaverbones, Tristyn Zarubiak, Kale Hartley, Carson Janes, Blake Mahura, Liam Stalwick and Carson Stuve scored against Innisfail with Nolan MacGregor making 21 saves as Red Deer outshot Innisfail 75-21.

Brett Martens made 35 saves in a losing cause to Stettler.

Peewee AA

The Red Deer TBS Chiefs downed the Innisfail Flyers 18-1 and dropped a 6-5 decision to Lethbridge during the weekend.

Eric Moore lead the way against Innisfail with four goals while Tye Carriere added three, Josh Tarzwell, Keaton Sawicki, Colby Chavez-Leech and Hunter Leslie two each and Kaiden Kanderka, Xakery Hansen and Luke Bast one apiece. Elijah Chauvet made 13 saves in the win.

Tarzwell had two goals against Lethbridge while Kanderka, Chavez-Leech and Leslie added singles. Bretton Park made 21 saves in the loss.

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