Renegades too much for Yettis

Logan Sinclair netted four goals and the Red Deer Renegades outlasted the Innisfail Yettis 17-14 in Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League junior B tier 2 action Sunday at the Kinex.

Logan Sinclair netted four goals and the Red Deer Renegades outlasted the Innisfail Yettis 17-14 in Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League junior B tier 2 action Sunday at the Kinex.

Brady Thudium and Justin Moltzahn each fired three goals for the Renegades, who got two from each of Scott Ebbert and Brock Embury and singles from Jayce Grebinski, Dion Daoust and Tucker Kambeitz.

Kyle Carswell was the winning netminder.

Sawyer Gervais and Ryan McColm each notched four goals for the Yetti, while Brandyn Blain and Stuart Bell each contributed a pair and Mack Burrell and Spencer Wilkie also tallied. Kyle Graham took the loss in net.

The Sunday victory capped a perfect weekend for the Renegades, who downed the visiting Strathmore Venom 10-7 Saturday.

Ebbert led the Renegades with four goals. Grebinski and Sinclair each potted two goals, Moltzahn and Embury also scored and Carswell picked up the win in goal.

l The Red Deer TBS Rampage hit the road for a pair of weekend junior B tier 1 lacrosse contests in Winnipeg and came home with a split.

On Saturday, the Rampage got four goals from Reid Swier, three from each of Eric Reierson and Jayden Rausch and a pair courtesy of Davis Reykdal in a 16-4 rout of the Manitoba Gryphons.

Also scoring for the visitors were Dustin Reykdal, Spencer Lee, Pearce Just and Kevin Langlois, with Reierson, Tucker Dougherty and Troy Klaus each collecting three assists and Adam Mooney getting the win in net.

In a substantially different game Sunday, TBS fell 13-12 to the Gryphons despite a five-goal effort from Lee. Davis Reykdal netted three goals, Dougherty notched a pair, Mitch Vellner and Reierson also scored, Davis Reykdal chipped in with three assists and Darrian Banack was the losing goalie.

The next home game for the TBS Rampage is Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the Kinex versus the Calgary Shamrocks.

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