Challenging weekend for Ponoka minor hockey teams

Ponoka Quality Paint/McDonalds Atom team defeated the Red Deer Phone Experts 4-2 in a Saturday, Feb. 7 home game.

Ponoka Quality Paint/McDonalds Atom team defeated the Red Deer Phone Experts 4-2 in a Saturday, Feb. 7 home game.

Kael Street and Luke Simanton scored the team’s first two goals and Josh David brought the number to four in the game’s final period.

The following day Ponoka lost a second home game to the Sedgewick/Killam Atom Sharks, 6-2.

Josh David scored both points for the team in the first and second periods.

Maskwacis Atom B Hawks suffered a heavy loss during a Feb. 7 home game when Sundre beat them 19-1.

Randall Jr. Littlechild scored the team’s sole goal early in the second period.

The following day the team lost 8-5 in a home game against the Innisfail ATB Flyers.

Lazarin Ward scored four times and Randall Jr. Littlechild earned one goal.

Ponoka Peewee Elks tier three team beat Killam 5-3 in a Feb. 7 home game.

Joel Hollingsworth and Colter Bresee both scored twice while Cyle Laing scored once.

Maskwacis Peewee B Hawks were defeated 11-6 by the Sylvan Lake B1 Lakers in an away game on Feb. 7.

Sky Cutarm brought in four goals and Pierce Cutarm earned two points.

Ponoka Peewee McDonalds tier-five team also lost 11-6 to the Sylvan Lake Peewee B2 Lakers on Feb. 7.

Zachary Little and Ethan Little both scored twice. Liam Holtz and Zachary Zelinski earned one goal apiece.

The following day, the team lost 5-2 in a home game opposing the Eckville Peewee B Eagles.

Aston Bandet scored the team’s first goal, the only one of the first period. Levi Harbin brought the number to two in the second period.

Ponoka Bantam Moose team lost by three in a Feb. 7 home game against the Rocky Riverside Fuel Raiders, 8-5.

Rian venDerWesthuizen and Jayden Nokohoo both scored twice, Travis Hyink brought the number to five.

Maskwacis Bantam A Hawks were defeated 16-2 by the Rocky Riverside Fuel Raiders during a Sunday, Feb. 8 home game.

Jayden Buffalo scored the team’s first goal in a power play in the first period. Isaiah Deshamps-Cross also scored during the first period.

Ponoka Midget Westpro Stampeders tier four team dominated the Maskwacis Midget B Hawks in an 8-3 home game on Friday, Feb. 6.

For Ponoka, Liam Buffalo, James lea, Braeden Korchinski, Kolby Rattray, Adam Rowland and Jordan Feldberg all scored once, and Rylee DeJonge earned two goals.

On the Maskwacis side Grayson Larocque scored twice and Keyshawn Threefingers got one goal.

The following day Ponoka beat the Sylvan Lake Midget B Lakers 4-2 in a home game.

Lewis McDowell earned a hat trick and Braeden Korchinski brought in the first goal of the game.

Maskwacis Midget B Hawks were defeated 8-3 by Stettler Midget C during a Feb. 7 home game.

Ethan Yellowbird scored twice in the first period and Keyshawn scored once in the second period.

Lacoka Peewee Female team lost 5-2 to Camrose in a Feb. 6 Ponoka-based game.

Cassandra Klinger, Ivy Woolf and Amanda Huchkowski all scored once.

The following day the team suffered a heavy loss when Stettler dominated them in a 10-0 game.

Maskwacis Peewee Female Hawks faced a shut out on Feb. 7 when Camrose beat the team 14-0.

The following day the team managed to get on the board in a 10-2 loss to Wainwright.

Jayliese Swampy-Montour and Eliyah Raine both scored once.


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