Most female hockey teams hit the road over the weekend

There weren’t many games in league action at home for southeast female hockey teams over the weekend.

The midget A South East Goldwings (0-3-3) skated to a 1-1 tie with the Carlyle Wildcats (0-3-2) Sunday and a 5-3 loss to the Regina Renegades (5-1-0) Saturday. Katelyn Muchowski scored on an assist from Jordan Gilroy in the first period, while Courtney Roppel scored for Carlyle in the second period with an assist from Riley Klein. Riley Schultz for the Goldwings and Kali Adams for Carlyle duelled in net during the tie. 

article continues below

The previous night, Presleigh Runge, Neve Stajniak and Macy Cugnet scored for the Goldwings in their loss to Regina, with Aaliyah McLean played in net.  

Carlyle, meanwhile, lost 8-3 to the Prairie Storm Thunder (3-1-1) Saturday in Pilot Butte. Roppel scored twice with an assist and Katelyn Garvey added a goal and an assist. Missy Biermann played in net for the Wildcats, whose next games are this weekend are a home and home series with the Renegades Saturday in Regina and Sunday in Carlyle. 

The Goldwings have a week off of league action before resuming Nov. 24 against the Southwest Cyclones (0-2).

The midget AA South East Goldwings (5-0-0) in the Saskatchewan Female Midget AA Hockey League had a game Tuesday night in Regina against the Rebels (1-1-1). That score was unavailable at the source. They play at the Parkland Fire (4-2-1) Saturday and Sunday in a battle of their league’s top two teams in the standings. 

The Estevan bantam Bear Cats (2-3-1) lost 8-1 in Regina Monday to the Bisons (4-3-0). Kiley Davis scored the Bear Cats only goal of the game, with Emmey Rae in net for the entire game. Their next league game is Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at Affinity Place against the Balcarres Barracudas (1-3-0).

The Estevan peewee Bear Cats went to the southwest corner of the province and split a pair of games. They lost 5-1 to the Southwest Cyclones (1-0) in Gull Lake Saturday and won 4-1 over the Swift Current Ice Cats (4-2-0) Saturday. In their win Sunday, Kaylin Wilhelm scored two, and Lauren Hassler and Kasenya Einarson scored singles and Riley Scott was the winning goaltender. Wilhelm scored their only goal Saturday and again Scott was in net.

The Bear Cats’ next league action is this weekend when they go to Lafleche Saturday to play the Wood River Southwest Ice Cats (0-2-0) and at home Sunday at 1:45 p.m. when they take on the Weyburn Angels (4-1-0).

The Estevan atom Bear Cats (3-1-0) played one game, beating the Weyburn AtoMc Gold (1-4-1) 5-2 Sunday. Julia Durr and Kaybree Fonstad scored a pair each in that game, and Emma Holzer scored the other. Taylor Short was in net. Their next game is Saturday against the Estevan Senchuk Bear Cats (4-3-1) at 6 p.m. at the Power Dodge Ice Centre.

The Senchuk Bear Cats played three games in the weekend, splitting a pair Saturday in Rosetown against the Western Prairie Redwings and winning 4-3 in Swift Current against the Thunder (2-1-1). Gracyn Einarson scored two in the 3-1 win in Rosetown over the Redwings (3-1-1), and Miley Lockerby scored the other. The Bear Cats went without a goal in their 4-0 loss later in the day. Kiera Barker was in net for both games.

In their win over Swift Current Sunday, Ella Fornwald, Einarsson, Lockery and Hudsyn Hozjan scored for the Bear Cats, with Barker again in net. 

In addition to their game against the other Bear Cats team, the Senchuk Bear Cats are home Sunday to the Weyburn AtoMc Red at 4 p.m. at the Power Dodge Ice Centre. 

© Copyright Estevan Mercury


NOTE: To post a comment you must have an account with at least one of the following services: Disqus, Facebook, Twitter, Google+ You may then login using your account credentials for that service. If you do not already have an account you may register a new profile with Disqus by first clicking the "Post as" button and then the link: "Don't have one? Register a new profile".

The Estevan Mercury welcomes your opinions and comments. We do not allow personal attacks, offensive language or unsubstantiated allegations. We reserve the right to edit comments for length, style, legality and taste and reproduce them in print, electronic or otherwise. For further information, please contact the editor or publisher, or see our Terms and Conditions.

comments powered by Disqus

Alberta Election POLL

Do you believe the change in government in Alberta will lead to more pipelines getting built?

or  view results