Stampeders face tough pressure

The Ponoka Junior B Stampeders have been busy the last few days playing against some of the toughest teams in the league.

The Ponoka Stampeders played against Mountainview getting beat out 6-2.

The Ponoka Junior B Stampeders have been busy the last few days playing against some of the toughest teams in the league.

On Oct. 25 the Stampeders faced off against Cochrane losing 13 -5. Rodney Raugust scored the first two goals in the first and second period assisted by Emery White and Travis Kirchner and Kyle White respectively. In the third period the Stampeders’ captain Kyle Kinley scored assisted by Rick Bratke. Raugust scored another one in the third period with an assist by Kirchner and Bratke scored the last goal for the Stampeders with an assist by Kinley and Brad Hamblin.

On Oct. 26 the Stampeders hosted Banff and lost 8 to 3. Steven Schwab led the goal scoring for the Stampeders in the second period assisted by Kinley and White.

Kirchner followed with another goal in the second period. Brett Hatala ended the goal scoring in the third period.

On Oct. 29 the Ponoka Stampeders met the Mountainview Colts in a stressful game losing 6 to 2. The game started out rough with the Colts having a big lead. The Stampeders began scoring in the third period with a goal from Kinley assisted by Dean Dion and Dylan Buffalo.

Kinley scored the only goals for the Stampeders and put the puck in again in the third period assisted by Schwab and Buffalo.

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Revenue Canada, RCMP don’t accept Bitcoin: police

RCMP issue Bitcoin warning posters

Mat program not quite ready to open its doors

Committee hopes to bring people out from the cold with overnight shelter program

Ponoka County writes off quarter of a million in taxes

Bankrupt energy companies hitting county financially

Kids across Canada more at risk of hospitalization from flu this season: doctor

Dr. Theresa Tam said influenza B does not usually peak until February or later

RCMP Major Crimes Unit lays charges in Stettler death

Nicholas Climb Johnson, 32, of Stettler is charged with second degree murder in the death of his father

‘Manny’s Motel’ badly damaged by fire Jan. 15

Police say 40 Ave. closed due to fire, use alternate route

Metis nations ask Ottawa to negotiate directly with them, not national body

Three provincial Metis nations will work through the national council until after the federal government releases its 2020 budget

Canada to give $25,000 to families of each Canadian who died in Iran plane crash

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also made it clear that Canada still expects Iran to compensate victims

Oil and gas industry applauds top court’s dismissal of B.C.’s Trans Mountain case

The high court’s ruling Thursday removes one of the remaining obstacles for the project

Sylvan Lake RCMP seek assistance in locating missing male

Mark Crier, 17, was last seen in Sylvan Lake on Jan. 13

UPDATE: Supreme Court dismisses B.C.’s appeal in Trans Mountain pipeline case

Judges decide whether B.C.’s power to protect environment can include impeding a federal project

Alberta says universities over-budget; need to freeze travel, hiring, hosting

Demetrios Nicolaides says spending is not meeting expectations

Most Read