Another busy weekend for Central Alberta minor hockey squads

Midget AAA, Red Deer’s Optimist Rebels went 1-1 this past weekend, falling 7-2 to the Calgary Royals, with Brady Bakke and Landon Hiebert scoring for the baby Rebels.

Saturday night, the Rebels bounced back with a 5-3 win over the visiting Medicine Hat Tigers.

Captain Conner Hartley, who is on the Calgary Hitmen’s (WHL) protected list, tallied the hat trick and added an assist, while Hiebert and Joel Topping added singles in the win for Red Deer.

Minor midget AAA, both the Northstar Chiefs and Iroc Chiefs were in action, with Northstar going 1-1 and Iroc posting a 2-0 record.

The Iroc Chiefs were in Calgary Saturday where they downed the Stampeders 9-4, with Jody Sick scoring the hat trick and Logan Muir picking up the win in net.

Red Deer Rebels’ (WHL) bantam draft pick Scott Feser also had a goal in that one.

On Sunday, Iroc got two more goals out of Sick in a 6-1 win over the Calgary Canucks. The Northstar Chiefs, meantime, opened their weekend with a 4-3 loss to the NWCAA Bruins.

Cole Visser, Tom Vanderlinde, and Rebels’ prospect Scott Ferguson picked up goals for Red Deer.

Sunday saw the Chiefs hammer the CNHA Blazers 8-3, with Ferguson posting a four point afternoon, including three goals.

Midget AAA girl’s action, the Sutter Fund Chiefs are on a roll after another 2-0 weekend.

The girls were at home Saturday, where they made easy work of the Calgary Chaos 5-1.

Sunday, the Chiefs travelled to Calgary where they downed the Bruin’s 5-3.

Midget A girls, the Sutter Fund Chiefs, got two goals from Chelsey Weatherill in a 5-3 loss to Wetaskiwin.

Midget A boys, Red Deer’s Days Inn squad, went 1-1, downing Innisfail 6-1 before losing 4-1 to Stettler.

Bantam AAA, Jayden Sittler allowed three goals on 38 shots and the Red Deer Rebels White defeated the Calgary Royals 5-3.

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