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Around The Rink: Nov. 14

Joshua Hearsey of the Hinton OK Tire Hellcats bantam squad stickhandles through Edson defenders during a game in Bill Thomson Arena. The Hellcats remain undefeated early in regular season play with a record of 3-0-1.
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Tyler Waugh

Game Summaries for Minor Hockey/Ringette

Midgets Edge Whitecourt

The Hinton midget hockey squad had goals from four different players in a 4-1 win Nov. 10 over Whitecourt.

Seth Symchych, Lucas Descheneau, Ethan Bambrick and Clint Clark all tallied once, while Nolan MacPherson, Gage Rahall and Brayden Meyers-Brundage had one assist each. Goalie Riley Mills made 32 stops in net. The squad plays at home Nov. 16 at 7:30 pm against Onoway.

Bantams Doubled Up

Jasper scored with eight seconds left in the second period to bust open a 2-2 game as the Hinton Minich Oilfield bantam squad dropped a 4-2 home game Nov. 7.

Ethan Ramsey and Ethan McPherson scored for Hinton while Austin Cudmore added an assist and Riley Clark made 34 saves between the pipes. The squad next plays at home Nov. 16 at 6:15 pm against Leduc.

Hellcats Take Two

Keegan Plante had a goal and two assists, while Jaeger Rivette and Morley Ross had one goal and one assist each to lead the Hinton OK Tire Hellcats to a 7-4 home win over Drayton Valley on Nov. 12.

Gavin Kilthau, Blake Robertson, Thomas Mumby and Gabe Roberts each scored once for Hinton, and Brooke Hartery and Sean Coté had two assists each. Joshua Hearsey and Zachary Lehoux had one helper apiece and Ethan Spalek made 12 saves  in net.

The Hellcats battled through a much more defensive affair on Nov. 10, as Morley Ross scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over visiting Edson.

Michael Csaba wasn’t busy in net, but came up big in the first half of the game when it was still scoreless, ending the game with 17 stops. Mumby and Rivette added a pair of assists.

Gladiators Win Again

The Hinton Gus’s Pizza Gladiators peewee squad scored four-straight goals to earn an 8-4 home win Nov. 10 against Fort MacLeod.

Marek Lehoux notched a hat-trick and Reece Musselman and Morgan Thomas had one goal and one assist each to lead the scoring. Cohen Potts, Justin Bartziokas and Corbyn Donkin had one goal each, Luke Hore, Tristan Tymchyshyn and Aiden Cudmore had one assist each and Aizik Gomuwka made 18 saves for Hinton. The squad plays at home Nov. 17 at 1:15 against Whitecourt.

Heat Turned Down

The Hinton Alstar Heat peewee squad suffered a tough road loss Nov. 10 in Edson.

Lucas McDonald had a pair of goals and Aiden Durocher added a single tally as the Heat lost 13-3. Carter Lypkie and Austin Kile had one assist each and James MacKay and Carter Lehoux combined for 27 stops in net. Hinton looks to get back in the win column with a Nov. 16 home game against Whitecourt. Puck drops at 2:45 pm.

Warriors Win At Home

The Hinton McDonald’s Warriors overcame a 4-3 deficit with four goals in the third period to earn a 7-4 home win Nov. 10 against Onoway.

Nolan Bardarson and Cooper Petkau had two goals each, and Brandt Callihoo, Ryker Hollingsworth and Lucas Robertson had one each. Deacon Barnes added an assist while Treyton Matheson and Brayden Benson combined for 20 saves.

The squad has a pair of home games this weekend, with Fox Creek in town Nov. 16 at 10:45 am and Onoway here Nov. 17 at 11:15 am.

Thunder Roll in Beaumont

Taya Kapatch had a hat-trick as part of a four-point performance as the Hinton Thunder U12 ringette squad earned an 8-8 tie in Beaumont on Nov. 2.

Halle Rushfeldt added a goal and three assists, Emery Sigsworth had two goals and one assist and Dana Shaw and Quinn Lepage had the other goals for Hinton. Abbey May, Danica Walker and Shaw had one assist each. 

The tie came the same day as an 11-9 win, also against Beaumont. Reece Batovanja and Lepage had three goals each for Hinton and Danica Walker and Rushfeldt added two of their own and May had the other Hinton goal.

Walker added four assists, while Abi Delves and Batovanja added two each and Rushfeldt, Kapatch, Sigsworth, Kayla Peacock and Tylre Walker added one apiece. Kate Hore got the win in net.