Revenge lose twice in weekend play

The Red Deer Sword Transport Revenge were two-time losers in Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League junior B tier 2 weekend action.

The Red Deer Sword Transport Revenge were two-time losers in Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League junior B tier 2 weekend action.

The Revenge fell 16-12 to their Red Deer counterparts, the Renegades, on Friday and were dumped 18-8 by the host Calgary Mavericks 24 hours later, dropping them into seventh spot in the division.

Levi Whitney scored three goals against the Renegades, with Braeden Krips, Colton Woyotas and Ryan Svederus each netting a pair and Kaine Larson, Kane Weik and Matt Gibson adding singles.

Scott Ebert led the Renegades with four goals, while Jayce Grebinski, Brock Embury and Brady Thudium each notched three. Justin Moltzahn scored twice and Austin Johanson had one goal for the winners, who moved up into fifth place.

On Saturday, Krips scored four times, Woyotas added a pair of goals and Gibson and Brock Forbes had singles for the Revenge, who wrap up regular-season play next weekend.

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