Mixed results in minor hockey weekend

Ponoka Quality Paint/McDonalds Atom team was defeated during its Saturday Dec. 13 away game 9-1 by the Innisfail DQ Flyers.

Ponoka Quality Paint/McDonalds Atom team was defeated during its Saturday Dec. 13 away game 9-1 by the Innisfail DQ Flyers.

Team captain Josh David scored the team’s sole goal at 8:25 in the first period.

On Sunday, Dec. 14 the team tied 2-2 with the Sedgwick/Killam sharks.

Josh David and Kael Street scored one goal each, both in the third period.

Maskwacis Atom A Hawks also lost its away game of the weekend on Dec. 14 to the Blackfalds Bulldogs, 11-5.

Dayzel Bull earned himself a hat trick while teammates Nathan Deshamps Jr. and Alex Soosay brought the number to five.

Maskwacis Peewee A Hawks lost 4-1 to Delburne during a Thursday Dec. 11 away game.

Kaedin Larocque-Wolf scored the team’s goal.

Maskwacis Bantam A Hawks were defeated by Rocky Riverside Fuels Raiders 16-3 in a Dec. 13 home game.

Isaiah Deshamps scored midway through the third period, closely followed by Ashten Buffalo’s single goal. Deshamps scored again with less than a minute left in the game.

The following day the team narrowly lost 7-5 to Innisfail.

Carson Bear scored twice, claiming the first two goals of the game. Ashten Buffalo also scored twice and Therin Threefingers scored once.

Ponoka Fountain Tire Wolves Midget team beat Red Deer 5-2 during a Friday Dec. 12 away game.

Tyson Matejka and Jarret Henderson both scored twice; Jordon Wombold scored once. Ponoka scored three of its goals unanswered in the third period and the last two on power plays.

Maskwacis Midget A Hawks were defeated by Rimbey on Dec. 13, 14-2, during an away game.

Tyrone Jr. Potts and Chevazz Rabbit both scored once.

The following day the team dominated the Thunderstars by winning 9-4 at home.

Tristan Saddleback earned himself four goals and Chevazz Rabbit took three. Dreyton Ermineskin and Bret Bull both scored once. Maskwacis claimed the first goal of the game, as well as three consecutive goals in both the second and third periods.

Maskwacis Peewee Female Hawks faced a shutout on Dec. 13 after they lost to 14-0 to Whitecourt in an away game.

The team lost to Whitecourt the following day 6-2, also an away game.

Brandee Strongman and Jayliese Swampy-Montour each scored once.

Maskwacis Midget Female Hawks were defeated 12-1 by Leduc during a Dec. 13 home game.

Summer Lightning scored the team’s only goal.

Maskwacis-Ponoka Novice Game

Ponoka’s Big Country Novice team played in Maskwacis over the weekend against the host Maskwacis with Maskwacis winning 18-9. Ponoka goals were scored by 11 Jackson Badry (5), Kian McLean (3) and Dacian Heinz. Maskwacis goals were scored by Tralen Simon (9), James Wolfe (6) and Dominic Williams (3).


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