By Cole Parkinson
Westwind Weekly News
All three Magrath Chief teams were in action this past weekend as the Central Alberta Hockey League schedule continues.
With a lone game on tap this past weekend, the U11 Magrath Chiefs welcomed in Okotoks Green on Saturday afternoon.
Despite some strong play, the U11 Chiefs were handed an 11-2 loss by Okotoks. Aliza Brown and Kraden Heath had the Magrath goals while Breckynn Bates and Chase Ririe had an assist each. Andreas Brown made 16 stops on 27 shots.
The U11 Chiefs look to get back in the win column this coming weekend when they head to Okotoks for a rematch against Green on Saturday afternoon.
Only one game was on the U13 Chiefs’ schedule this past weekend as they hosted Bow Island/Foremost on Saturday evening. In a complete performance, the Chiefs would skate to a 9-1 victory. Riley Schneyder was unstoppable as he put five past the opposing goalie, while Nixon Barnett and Carter Harris had a goal and two assists each, Beau Beier and Mason Heath had a single goal and assist each, and Dayson Loose, Erik Quapp, and Bronson Ripley had an assist. Andreas Brown was in net for the Chiefs and made 18 saves on 19 shots.
The U13 team sees their season continue this weekend as they prepare for a two-game slate. On Friday, the team welcomes in Raymond for a 6 p.m. puck drop and Saturday sees a rematch against Bow Island/Foremost at home with game time set for 1:45 p.m.
It was a tough weekend for the U15 Chiefs as they played a pair of battle tested teams.
Friday night saw the team welcome in the Taber Oil Kings. In a close matchup, Taber would pot a goal in the third period to secure a 2-1 win over Magrath. Knox Tame had the lone Magrath tally with Adam Chipman drawing an assist. Conner Schneyder was rock solid in net as the netminder turned away 30 of 32 shots.
Sunday afternoon saw the team hit the road to take on Brooks, which resulted in a lopsided 12-3 loss for the Chiefs. Joseph Wilde found the back of the net twice for Magrath while Luke Rodeback had the other tally. Joseph Noad, Cody Harris, Chipman, Cooper Godlonton, Beckham Sugai, and Tame all had an assist in the game. Raine Nelson was the Chief netminder and was busy as 45 shots were fired on the Magrath.