Mighty mites take to the ice: Grady Griffiths of Ponoka’s Mighty Mites gets some ice time Sunday

Busy weekend in minor hockey despite rough winter weather

Maskwacis Atom A Hawks lost its Saturday, Nov. 29 away game against the Lacombe Atom A Rockets 7-3.

Maskwacis Atom A Hawks lost its Saturday, Nov. 29 away game against the Lacombe Atom A Rockets 7-3.

Dayzel Bull scored twice, once in the first period and again more than half way through the third period. Evan Louis scored the first goal of the second period.

The Hawks dominated during their second game of the weekend, Sunday Nov. 30, with a 6-3 win.

Dayzel Bull scored every one of the team’s goals; taking both the first and last goal of the game another two in the first five minutes of the second and third period as well as two unanswered goals in the last four minutes of the second period.

Maskwacis Peewee A Hawks lost to the Lacombe Rockets 7-3 during a Friday Nov. 28 home game.

Damian Omeasoo, Jason Jr. Makinaw and Rielly Mackinaw each earned themselves one goal apiece.

Ponoka Peewee Elks played Wainwright on Nov. 30 and lost the away game 5-1.

Jake Simanton undersigned the team’s only goal early in the second period.

Ponoka Bantam Moose were defeated 7-4 during a Nov. 29 home game against the Rocky Riverside Fuel Raiders.

Sam Neath and Cooper Jones scored early in the first period, both assisted by Rain vanDerWesthuizen. Neath and Cooper both scored again in the second period.

Maskwacis Bantam A Hawks lost to Sylvan Lake on Nov. 30, 6-1.

Chance White scored with 13 seconds left before the first period buzzer.

Ponoka Fountain Tire Wolves Midget team lost by one to Viking during their Nov. 28 home game, with a final score of 6-5.

Matthew Klimec scored twice, with Jarret Henderson, Kellyn Pritchard and James Jansen bringing the number to five.

The team made up for it the following day with a 7-5 win over Edson.

Kellyn Pritchard scored four times, Pierce Clemmer once and DJ Horne also earned himself a goal with no one to assist.

Maskwacis Peewee Female Hawks walked away from its Nov. 29 game in a 7-0 shutout.

Lacoka Warriors Bantam team narrowly lost in a 3-2 Ponoka game agaisnt Stettler on Nov. 29.

Paige Poison scored both goals consecutively with less than five minutes left in the first period.

The following day the girls scored the same number of goals, losing 5-2 to Camrose.

Paige Poison and Rachael Wood both scored.

Maskwacis Bantam Female Hawks lost to Wainwright during a home game on Nov. 30, 13-1.

Jessica Whitebear scored with 14 seconds left in the second period.

Lacoka Midget Female team beat Camrose 2-1 on Nov. 29 in a home game.

Danica Poison and Brynn Braat both scored.

The girls won their game the following day 3-0, effectively shutting out Leduc.

Danielle Blacklock, Danica Poison and Jesse Stretch each earned themselves a goal.


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