Reaching: Ponoka’s Atom Quality Paint/McDonald’s players fight to grab the puck out of the Lacombe Atom A Rockets team Friday

Reaching: Ponoka’s Atom Quality Paint/McDonald’s players fight to grab the puck out of the Lacombe Atom A Rockets team Friday

Busy weekend for Ponoka and area minor hockey

Ponoka Quality Paint/McDonalds Atom tier 2 team suffered a heavy 9-1 home game loss on Friday, Feb. 20

Ponoka Quality Paint/McDonalds Atom tier 2 team suffered a heavy 9-1 home game loss on Friday, Feb. 20 against the Lacombe Atom A Rockets.

Luke Simanton scored the team’s only goal late in the second period.

The following day the team once again lost to the Rockets, 8-4.

Kael Street scored twice while Josh David and Luke Simanton brought the number to four.

Maskwacis Atom A Hawks was defeated 10-2 on Feb. 20 by the Sundre Atom A Huskies.

Nathan Deschamps Jr. scored late in the first period and Dayzel Bull brought in the team’s second goal during a power play.

The following day the team lost again while only scoring twice after the Rocky ConocoPhillips Warriors beat them 9-2.

Caleb Littlechild and Dayzel Bull both scored once.

Ponoka Calnash Trucking tier 5 Atom team won its Saturday, Feb. 21 away game over the Stettler Atom Female team with a final tally of 6-3.

Kevin Krammer scored twice; Kobe Schmidt, Jakub Palechek and Dylan Jones each scored once.

The following day the team dominated the Lacombe Atom C Rockets, 8-3.

Kevin Krammer and Nevin Thompson both took home hat tricks while Jakub Palechek scored twice.

Maskwacis Peewee A Hawks lost 4-1 to Red Deer Sunrise Roofing in an away game in Feb. 21.

Anika Deschamps scored the team’s sole goal late in the third period on power play.

Ponoka Peewee Elks shut out the Innisfail BP Flyers 4-0 during a Feb. 21 home game.

Cule Laing, Jake Simanton, Joel Hollingsworth and Maison Senft each scored once.

The following day the team dominated another home game, against the West Country Chiefs, 20-3.

Joel Hollingsworth scored five times, Braeden Toporoski and Cyle Laing both scored four times, Jake Simanton and Maison Senft scored twice each, and Cody Cox, Connor Hoag and Colter Bresee all scored once each.

Maskwacis Peewee B Hawks beat the Ponoka McDonalds Peewee tier 5  15-10 in a Feb. 21 home game.

For Maskwacis: Pierce Cutarm scored five times, Darrian Soosay earned a hat trick, Tryon Simon, Carter Wildcat and Sky Cutarm each scored twice, and Leland Swampy got one goal,

For Ponoka, Zachary Rausch and Ethan Little both scored three times while Zachary Zelinski and Ashton Bandet both scored twice.

The following day Ponoka lost 5-2 to the Thunderstars in a home game.

Gavin Allen-Prefontaine and Ethan Little both scored once.

Also the following day Maskwacis dominated the Sylvan Lake Peewee B2 Lakers by winning 10-6.

Carter Wildcat scored seven times. Tryon Simon, Seth Saulteaux and Drayton Littlechild each scored once.

Maskwacis Peewee C Hawks were defeated 6-1 by the Sylvan Lake Peewee B2 Lakers, Sunday Feb. 22.

Ellas Morin a power play goal during the first period.

Maskwacis Bantam A Hawks suffered a heavy loss 17-1, Feb. 20, at the hands of the Rocky Riverside Fuels Raiders.

Isaiah Deshamps-Cross scored the team’s only goal.

The following day the team more than doubled their opponent’s score in a 6-2 win over the Sylvan Lake Bantam A Lakers.

Isaiah Deshamps-Cross scored twice while Aiden Whitebear, Carson Bear, Jerry Johnson Jr. and Kean Littlechild each scored once.

Ponoka Bantam Moose beat the Sylvan Lake Bantam A Lakers 6-3 during a Feb. 20 away game.

Cyrus Thompson scored four times and Jayden Nokohoo scored twice.

The following day Ponoka lost a home game 5-1 to the Rocky Riverside Fuels Raiders.

Brenden Patterson scored the team’s sole goal.

On Feb. 22 the team tied 5-5 with Rimbey.

Copper Jones scored twice while Quinton Adam, Cyrus Thompson and Jayden Nokohoo each scored once.

Maskwacis Midget A Hawks beat the West Yellowhead Rockies Midget team 7-5 in a Feb. 21 home game.

Tyson Mackinaw, Cake Swampy and Trentin Wolfe each scored once while Tristan Saddleback earned four points.

Ponoka Midget Westpro Stampeders tier 4 team shut out Rimbey 8-0 in a Feb. 20 home game.

Lewis McDowell scored five times, James Lea twice and Daniel Huchkowski once.

The following day the team narrowly lost 3-2  agaisnt the Stettler Midget C team.

Lewis McDowell and Josh Vold both scored in the second period during a power play.

On Feb. 22 Ponoka trumped the Rocky TAQA Renegades 10-4 during an away game.

Lewis McDowell and Josh Vold both scored three times while Noah Spelrem and James Lea scored twice each.

Maskwacis Midget B Hawks were defeated in a Feb. 21 away game against Rimbey, 7-2.

Kehew Buffalo and Larenz Saddleback both scored twice.

The following day the team lost to Stettler 8-5.

Jonah Bull scored twice while Grayson Larocque, Kehew Buffalo and Keyshawn Threefingers all scored once.

Lacoka Peewee Female narrowly lost an away game on Feb.  21, 3-2, against Whitecourt.

Kirsten Krzywy and Amanda Hutchowki both scored once.

On Feb. 22 the team was shut out by Stettler, 2-0.

Maskwacis Peewee Female Hawks was defeated 10-6 by Warburg on Feb. 21.

Candence Dion and Jayliese Swampy-Montour both scored twice. Eliyah Raine and Zanesha Alexis-Bull each earned one goal.

The following day the team was shut out 7-0 by Whitecourt.

Lacoka Warriors Bantam team was defeated 5-2 during an away game against Camrose on Feb. 22

Camryn Fodor and Zoe Lorenz-Boser both scored once each.

Maskwacis Midget Female Hawks suffered two shut outs one Feb. 21 and 22. Against Stettler, 19-0, and 16-0 against Camrose.

Lacoka Midget Female team tied its Feb. 22 away game 4-4 against Stettler.

Danica Poison earned herself a hat trick and Brooke McBurney scored once.

 

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