Minor hockey briefs – October 9

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Major Midget Female

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs earned one of a possible four points in weekend play, tying the Calgary Bruins 2-2 at home Saturday before losing 10-6 to the Flyers in Calgary Sunday.

Reanna Arnold and Becky Davidson scored against the Bruins, who led 2-0 after the first period. Aly Andersen made 18 saves in goal.

Krista Wilson scored three times against the Flyers with Davidson, Arnold and Jade Lee connecting once each.

Nisa Bartlett started in goal and allowed seven goals on 31 shots with Andersen stopping 12 of 15 shots.


Minor Midget AAA

The Red Deer IROC Chiefs won a pair of league games on the road — 4-3 over the Calgary Gold and 5-3 over the AC Avalanche — during the weekend.

Andrew Perry notched the winning goal at 13:49 of the third period against the Gold while Ryley Smith, Kale Howarth and Jesse Freeborn added single markers. Carson Frank made 20 saves in goal.

Perry, Smith, Howarth, Reid Sterling and Bradley Makofka connected once each against the Avalanche. Dylan Haire made 27 saves.

Meanwhile, the Red Deer Northstar Chiefs were also on the road and beat the Southeast Hounds 5-3 and tied Lethbridge 4-4.

Chad Goss, Layne Bensmiller, Shae Reynolds, Ben Strautman and Chase Olsen scored against the Hounds with Branden Bilodeau making 36 saves.

Bensmiller, Olsen, Logan Linnell and Mack Differnenz scored against Lethbridge while Bilodeau finished with 35 saves.


Midget AA

The Red Deer Prostitch Chiefs lost 5-4 to Brooks and beat Medicine Hat 4-2 on the road during the weekend.

Jayce Grebinski, Allen Pruss, Bryce Lightbown and Jace Weege scored against Brooks with Conner Zenchuk making 31 saves in goal.

Braydon Barker had two goals against Medicine Hat with singles added by Jayce Grebinski and Ryan Strome. Cole Sears made 32 saves.


Major Bantam Female

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs took three of four points during a weekend doubleheader in Grande Prairie.

They won 4-1 Saturday and tied 3-3 Sunday.

Kirsten Baumgardt scored twice and Maddison Toppe and Shealee Dolan once each Saturday with Alexandra Galenzoski making 24 saves in goal.

On Sunday, Dolan scored at 9:01 of the third period to earn the tie. Erica Nelson and Mikaela Reay added the other Red Deer goals.

Galenzoski finished with 21 saves.


Bantam A

The Red Deer Frontier Bus Line Chiefs dropped a 7-5 decision to Ponoka in exhibition play Sunday.

Carson Stuve, Jerome Beaverbones, Liam Stalwick, Stefan Theriault and Ryan Nielsen scored once each. Nolan MacGregor made 25 saves.

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