The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs earned three of an available four points in Alberta Major Female League weekend action, doubling the host Highwood Raiders 4-2 Sunday after settling for a 2-2 draw with the visiting Calgary Bruins Saturday.
Scoring against Highwood were Jade Petrie, Presley Hollman, Hannah Mousek and Emma Malsbury. Camille Trautman made 13 saves for the winners.
Hollman and Reanna Arnold scored for the Chiefs in Saturday’s game.
Megan Kirkland turned aside 21 shots for Sutter Fund.
The Red Deer IROC Chiefs held a 35-31 advantage in shots but fell 6-5 to the host Calgary Blazers in minor AAA play Saturday.
Kirk Johnson, Eric Moltzahn, Jacob Schofield, Kale Lapointe and Dustin Gorgi scored for the Chiefs.
Logan Muir made 26 saves in a losing cause.
Meanwhile, the Red Deer North Star Chiefs posted two wins over Calgary teams, downing the Gold 4-1 and knocking off the Blue 5-2.
Derrick Morrell tallied twice against the Gold, with Tom Vanderline and Jayden Rausch adding singles and Anthony Hamill making 28 saves.
Scott Ferguson scored twice in the victory over Calgary Blue. Rausch, Dallas Lind and Kolton Dixon also scored for the Chiefs, while Vanderline picked up three assists and Brett Frisneth stopped 40 shots.
• The Red Deer Pro-stitch Chiefs doubled the visiting Medicine Hat Venon 8-4 in AA play Saturday, getting two goals and an assist from Spencer Lee and single markers courtesy of Tyler Cassidy, Brendan Dennis, Reid Stoyberg, Clayton Swan, Jesse Rauch and Jordan Pratt. Brady Nydokus was the winning netminder.
In a game AA Friday, the Red Deer Elks used a balanced attack to rip the Venom 9-1.
Brock Forbes lead the Elks with two goals, while singles came off the sticks of Tanner Howe, Justin Corbett, Justin Moltzahn, Cody Lemon, Joel Scheelar, Nick Keoughan and Billy Nash-Brouwer. Howe added three assists, Moltzahn and Corbett each contributed a pair and Dasan Sydora kicked out 24 shots for the win.
The Red Deer Frontier Chiefs, with Blake VanderLinden firing three goals and Lane Sim and Joel Nydokus adding one apiece, battled the Kneehill Chiefs to a 5-5 tie in A action Sunday. Cooper Cheshire and Carson Boyd each tallied twice for Kneehill, with Andrew Harrison also scoring.
• Keeton Maclaurin, Kyle Skogen and Matt Lyons each scored twice for the Northwest Motors Wings in an 8-6 loss to Trail Appliances in B play. Ryley Bosch made 29 saves in a losing cause.
In another B contest, AES Industrial got two goals from Travis Baker in a 5-4 win over Sims Furniture. Ryan Kaczmar, Jared Ferguson and Coleton Johnson also scored for AES, while Carter Brown tallied twice and Brett McCool and Joel Lindstrand had singles for Sims.
The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs suffered a pair of Alberta Major Female League losses, falling 5-2 and 5-0 to the visiting Lethbridge Little Caesars. Jade Lee scored both Red Deer goals. Aly Andersen made 34 saves in the first game and Carissa Fischer stopped 23 shots in the second contest.
Jeff de Wit and Luke Coleman each potted a pair of goals and Devon Fankhanel scored once as the Red Deer Parkland Transmission Chiefs edged the Red Deer TBS Chiefs 5-4 in AA action. Dawson Weatherill made 23 saves for the win.
• The Red Deer Elite Sportswear Chiefs won a pair of A games during the weekend, beating the host Olds Wolverines 5-4 Saturday and downing the visiting Kneehill Chiefs 6-2 Sunday.
Justin Anderson scored twice against the Wolverines, while Tristyn Zarubiak, Andrew Davis and Blake Mahura added singles and Justin Travis made 34 saves for the win.
Gavin Jewan made 26 saves against Kneehill, while Jayden Sitko scored twice and Jesse Schultz, Zarubiak, Curtis Hallman and Davis also connected.
Breanna Martin scored the goal for the Red Deer Sutter Fund A Chiefs in a 1-1 tie with the Calgary Storm Saturday.
Hunter Leslie and Connor Dawes each scored twice as the Red Deer KFC Chiefs downed the Lacombe Rockets 6-3 in A action.
Cooper Jones and Ty Toppe accounted for the other KFC goals, while Eric Johnson made 10 saves. Elijah Funkhouser, Matthew Stegmaier and Layne Harty scored for the Rockets, who got a 29-save performance from Kade Lotzien.