Red Deer’s Rampage have successful weekend

You can add two more to the win column for Red Deer’s Junior B tier one TBS Rampage.

The local lacrosse squad was in Calgary this past weekend, picking up wins of 10-8 over the Chill and 12-9 over the Shamrocks.

The second place Rampage opened the road trip Saturday and fell behind quickly, trailing by five goals before mounting a comeback against the Chill, who sit in third in the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League’s South Division.

Cole de Graaf paced the offense with three goals, while Davis Reykdal and Spencer Lee each tallied two goals.

Adam Ferguson lead all scorers with one goal and three assists, while Marshall Just picked up three helpers in the win.

The Rampage stayed in Calgary to battle the fourth place Shamrocks on Sunday, with Reykdal tallying three goals in helping Red Deer pick up the win.

Lee also had a three goal performance, while John Goranson found the back of the net twice for the Rampage.

Just, meantime, improved on his three assist Saturday with a one goal, three assist effort on Sunday to finish the weekend with seven points in two games.

Trevor House and Scott Ebbert each found the score sheet, with both players setting up three goals for Red Deer, which is back in action Saturday, at home to the Rockyview Silvertips.

In Junior B tier two action, Red Deer`s Sword Transport Revenge had their sticks going in a 16-8 win over the Calgary Wranglers at the Kinex Friday.

Skyler Sargeant, Brock Forbes, Troy Klaus and Kane Weik each had three goal nights with Jordan Hemstad scoring twice.

Braden Madill, Braeden Krips, Ryan Severdus and Karsten Banack each had singles for the Revenge, who moved into a tie for fifth place in the south division with the victory.

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