Game time: Ponoka Quality Paint/McDonalds player Josh David beat the opposing players to their net and makes the shot during the team’s Saturday Jan. 10 game. Ponoka beat Maskwacis 8-7.

Game time: Ponoka Quality Paint/McDonalds player Josh David beat the opposing players to their net and makes the shot during the team’s Saturday Jan. 10 game. Ponoka beat Maskwacis 8-7.

Strong weekend for Ponoka minor hockey teams

Ponoka Quality Paint/McDonalds Atom team saw a successful weekend with two wins out of their two games.

Ponoka Quality Paint/McDonalds Atom team saw a successful weekend with two wins out of their two games.

Ponoka defeated the Red Deer Motors team on Friday, Jan. 9 during a home game with a 4-3 final score.

Josh Davis had two goals, Wyatt Avery and Braedan Broullette each scored once.

Ponoka won a close home game against Maskwacis 8-7 on Saturday, Jan. 10.

For Ponoka, Josh David and Luke Simanton both scored twice while Kobe Schmidt, Kael Street, Wyatt Avery and Tyler Shoemaker brought the number to eight.

On the Maskwacis side, Blaze Buffalo, Alysik Buffalo, Jaesa Moonias, Caleb Littlechild and Dayzel Bull all scored once. Alex Soosay earned two goals.

Maskwacis Atom A Hawks suffered a 9-2 loss during a Sunday Jan. 11 home game against the Sedgewick/Killam Atom Sharks.

Kye Minde scored the team’s first goal on a power play and Dayzel Bull scored the second goal.

Ponoka Peewee Elks narrowly won its Jan. 10 game against Killam 7-5.

Jake Simanton scored four goals with teammates Levi Busat, Braeden Toporowski and Connor Hoag bringing in the other three.

The following day Ponoka beat Innisfail 4-3.

Braeden Toporowski and Jake Simanton both scored twice.

Maskwacis Peewee A Hawks suffered a major loss on Jan. 10 after losing 12-1 to Red Deer Sunrise Roofing in a home game.

Ethan Smallboy scored unassisted.

The Following day the team lost again to Innisfail, 14-5.

Kaiden Laroque-Wolfw scored twice. Jayden Crane, Rielly Mackinaw and Anika Deschamps all scored once

Maskwacis Bantam A Hawks dominated its Jan. 11 home game as the team beat Sylvan Lake 10-2.

Carsin Bear, Shawn Applegarth, Ashten Buffalo and Nolan Twins all scored twice. Aiden Whitebear brought in two goals and Isaiah Deschamps took home three.

Ponoka Fountain Tire Wolves won its Jan. 9 home game against Viking 7-4.

James Lean, DJ Horne, Kellyn Pritchard, Mathew Klimec and Jarret Henderson all scored once. Jordan Wombold earned the first two goals of the game.

On Jan. 11 the Wolves won again 4-1 after beating Innisfail.

Matthew Klimec scored twice; Jarret Henderson and James Jansen both earned one goal.

Maskwacis Midget A Hawks defeated the West Yellowhead team 9-7 during an away game, Jan. 10.

Chevazz Rabbit and Tyrone Jr. Potts brought in two goals each. Keeyan Swampy, Tristan Saddleback, Jacobi Omeasoo, Cale Swampy and Ignatius Cattleman all score once each.

Maskwacis Peewee Female Hawks lost 14-2 during the team’s Jan. 10 home game.

Taylynn Littlepoplar and Ellyah Raine both scored once.

Lacoka Midget Female team won 7-1 in a Jan. 11 away game against Endmoor.

Danica Poison and Robyn Arnold both earned hat tricks. Lindsay Jansen brought the number to seven.


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