June 12th, 2024

U18AA Hounds snap five-game losing streak

By Medicine Hat News on February 28, 2023.

The Medicine Hat Hounds U18AA hockey team snapped a five-game slide with a pair of victories over the weekend, 5-2 over the Taber Golden Suns on Friday and 4-2 over the Foothills Bisons on Sunday.

Gavin Smith scored twice and added an assist in Friday’s win, while Brennin Wereley had a pair of helpers. Hayden King, Braxton Spencer and Kaden Pahl rounded out the scoring, and Silas Currie stopped 27 shots to record the win.

Wereley and Connor Palmer led Sunday’s offence, with each recording a goal and an assist. Jacob Hazzard and Brandyn Baird added individual tallies in the win, while Currie stopped 37 shots between the pipes.

The Hounds (13-17-2) close out the South Central Alberta Hockey League regular season with two games this weekend, Friday at home against the Okotoks Oilers and Saturday on the road against the Bisons.

U18AA girls

The Southern Express U18AA team fell to 0-24-0 on the Alberta Female Hockey League season with a 3-2 loss to the Airdrie Lightning on Sunday.

Maizie Meech and Loreli Ann Norman scored in the loss, while Raine Nelson stopped 47 shots in goal.

The Express close out the season with two games this weekend, Saturday against the Rocky Mountain Raiders and Sunday against the Red Deer Chiefs.

U17AAA boys

South East Athletic Club’s U17AAA Tigers split their weekend on the ice, bouncing back from a 7-5 loss to the Fort Saskatchewan Rangers on Saturday with a 4-3 win over the Lloydminster Bobcats on Sunday.

Colby Gulliver scored twice Saturday, while Cash Olson had a goal and two assists, Treyson Girletz had one of each and Kellin Hodgson rounded out the scoring. Kolter Gans stopped 35 shots in the loss.

Kayden Yeaman scored twice Sunday, including the overtime game-winner, and added an assist, while Olson had a goal and a helper, and Girletz added a single. Kayne Wright stopped 28 shots for the win.

The Tigers, now 10-15-3 on the Alberta Elite Hockey League season, return to the ice Friday to host the Lethbridge Hurricanes at the Hounds.

U16AA boys

The Medicine Hat Hounds U16AA bounced back from Saturday’s 6-3 loss to the NWCAA Bronks with a 4-1 win over Red Deer RBS on Sunday to sit at 14-11-5 with two games left on the SCAHL schedule.

Nolen Sutherland had two goals and Austin Murphy added another in Saturday’s loss, while Parker McLaughlin stopped 44 shots.

Grady Hudec led the way Sunday with two goals and an assist, while Hudson Jarvis had one of each, Easton Kurpjuweit added a pair of assists and Ty Wasyluk rounded out the scoring. Adam Ranger stopped 42 shots for the win.

The Hounds close out the regular season this weekend, with a road game Friday against the Wheatland Raiders and a finale at home on Saturday against the Lethbridge Hurricanes.

U15AAA boys

SEAC’s U15AAA Tigers closed out the AEHL season with a 4-29-1 record following a 5-1 loss to the Calgary Bisons on Saturday.

Ty Wasyluk scored the lone goal of the game for SEAC, while Hudson Corbett stopped 46 shots in net.

U15AA girls

The Southern Express U15AA team went 1-1 against the Red Deer Chiefs this weekend – with a 4-0 win Saturday and a 2-1 overtime loss Sunday – to close out the AFHL season at 7-17-1.

Alyssa Guy scored twice in Saturday’s win, while Myla Motz and Jayden Quinn rounded out the scoring and Rehn Hall stopped 32 shots for the shutout win.

Sutter Reeves stopped 43 shots in Sunday’s overtime loss, while Mayson Mattersdorfer scored the lone Express goal.

U15AA boys

SEAC’s U15AA Tigers picked up a win in its lone game of the weekend, 3-2 over the Taber Golden Suns on Friday.

Lucas Dulle, Logan Neuls and Owen Fisher all scored in the victory, while Mac Harvey-Zenk stopped 22 shots in goal.

The Tigers (5-22-5) close out the SCAHL season this week with two games in three days, taking on the Foothills Bisons on Thursday before facing the Lethbridge Hurricanes at 9 a.m. Friday, then the Wheatland Warriors at 5 :45 p.m.

U13AA boys

The Medicine Hat Hounds U13AA team went 1-1 over the weekend, defeating the Bow Valley Timberwolves 6-3 at home Saturday before falling 5-4 to the Okotoks Oilers on the road Sunday.

Carter Gilchrist led Saturday’s offence with two goals and an assist, while Everett Ward and Lucas Fisher both added one of each, George Maser had two helpers, and Cole Siewert and Carter Jarvis rounded out the scoring. Bryden Tschritter earned the win with 18 saves.

Jarvis added two goals and an assist Sunday, while Beckham Girletz and Trevin Ibach both added individual tallies. Paxton Smigelski stopped 36 shots in the loss.

The Hounds (17-9-5) close out the SCAHL regular season on the road Saturday against the Foothills Bisons.

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