Rampage split pair of weekend league games, Rage get draw

The Red Deer TBS Rampage split a pair of Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League junior B tier 1 contests during the weekend, defeating the Calgary Jr. Mounties 12-8 and falling 13-10 to the St. Albert Crude.

The Red Deer TBS Rampage split a pair of Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League junior B tier 1 contests during the weekend, defeating the Calgary Jr. Mounties 12-8 and falling 13-10 to the St. Albert Crude.

Spencer Lee fired three goals and added an assist against the Mounties. Mitch Vellner, Reid Swier and Troy Klaus — who added three assists — each tallied twice, while single goals were contributed by Dion Daoust, Brandyn Blain and Jayce Grebinski.

Vellner sniped four goals in the loss to St. Albert, with Lee notching a pair and Klaus, Daoust, Mack Hawthorne and Dawson Reykdal each scoring once. Klaus also chipped in with five helpers.

• The Red Deer Choice Mechanical Rage salvaged a single point in weekend senior women’s lacrosse play.

After falling 10-0 to the Calgary Cougars Saturday, the Rage battled the Calgary Axemen to a 4-4 draw 24 hours later as Deanna Hume netted three goals and assisted on one and Janelle Sullivan contributed a goal and two helpers.

• The Red Deer Renegades thumped the visiting Strathmore Venom 14-6 in junior B tier 2 play as Scott Ebbert, Matthew Gibson, Tucker Kambeitz, Justin Moltzahn and Logan Sinclair each tallied twice and Thomas Baggaley, Jeffray Brooks, Austin Johanson and Brady Thudium each notched a goal.

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