Many losses for Ponoka and area minor hockey teams

Ponoka Quality Paint/McDonalds Atom team lost to Wainwright 20-4 during a Sunday Nov. 23 away game.

Ponoka Quality Paint/McDonalds Atom team lost to Wainwright 20-4 during a Sunday Nov. 23 away game.

Braedan Broullette scored twice early in the second period and Josh David earned one goal late in the same period.

Maskwacis Atom A Hawks lost their Nov. 23 home game to the Lacombe Atom A Rockets 12-5.

Dayzel Bull scored twice while Caleb Littlechild, Alysik Buffalo and Nathan Deschamps Jr.  scored one each.

Maskwacis Peewee A Hawks were beaten 7-3 on Saturday, Nov. 22 by the Red Deer iHotel team.

Jason Jr. Makinaw, Damien Omeasoo and Kaedin Laroque-Wolfe each scored once.

The following day the team again lost to Red Deer iHotel 12-5 in a home game.

Kaedin Laroque-Wolfe scored twice while Remington Buffalo, Rielly Mackinaw and Jason Jr. Mackinaw all brought in one goal each.

Ponoka Fountian Tire Wolves Midget team in tied its Nov. 22 away game against the Innisfail Kinsmen Flyers 4-4.

Shawn Wilton scored twice while Kellyn Pritchard and Jordan Wombold brought the number to four.

Maskwacis Midget A Hawks beat Stettler 6-4 in a home game, Nov. 21.

Tristan Saddleback and Cale Swampy both scored twice. Chevazz Rabbit and Jacobi Omeasoo earned one apiece.

Lacoka Peewee Female lost to Wainwright 8-2 on Nov. 22 during an away game.

Cassandra Klinger and Reagan Kelly scored the team’s two goals.

The following day the girls lost 7-0 to Leduc.

Maskwacis Female Peewee Hawks lost 11-0 to Stettler during an away game, Nov. 22.

Maskwacis Bantam Female Hawks was beaten by 9-4 by Rimbey during a Nov. 21 home game.

Jessica Whitebear earned herself a hat trick and Tricia Omeasoo brought the number to four.

On Nov. 23 the girls lost an away to Camrose, 12-2.

Tricia Omeasoo and Jessica Whitebear scored the two goals.

Maskwacis Female Midget Hawks lost 19-0 to Camrose on Nov. 22 during a home game.

The following day Endmoor defeated the Hawks 11-2.

Alisha Buffalo and Summer Lightning each scored once.



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