Stampeders win one

The Ponoka Stampeders broke through with success on the first of nine games away from home Oct. 17.

The Ponoka Stampeders broke through with success on the first of nine games away from home Oct. 17.

The junior B team played their first away game against Strathmore and won 7-5.

However, after that highlight the Stampeders hit a downhill streak partly due to illness and injured players. On Oct. 23 the Stampeders lost 9-2 to the Airdrie Thunder and on Oct. 25 the team lost 12-2 against the Three Hills Thrashers.

As of Oct. 26 team standings for the North Division Junior B teams are: Red Deer Vipers, in first; Blackfalds Ford Wranglers, second; Rimbey Rock, third; Stettler Lightning, fourth; and Ponoka Stampeders, fifth.

The Stampeders’ next game is Oct. 30 in Cochrane.

For continuous updates and highlights on the team visit www.ponokastampeders.com

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