Morinville Sports Shorts

Headed for the net

Above: The Sturgeon Hockey Club Pee Wee I Mustangs took to the ice against the Strathcona Warriors Saturday morning.

– Stephen Dafoe Photo


Zones hit the courts

ASAA North Central Zone Championship took place at MCHS over the weeknd.

The MCHS Junior Varsity Girls took gold.

North Central Sr. Zones will take place in Morinville Nov. 20-21.

– Stephen Dafoe Photo

Jr. / Sr. results

by Stephen Dafoe

jetslogoJets / Red Wings
The Morinville Jets took on the Red Wings Nov. 4 and came out on the losing side of a 7-3 decision. The Jets trailed the Wings 3-0 after the first and 4-0 after the second. Though the Jets pushed back with three goals in the third frame, the Red Wings piled on another three goals to make it a 7-3 win. The win brought the Jets to a 6-8-0 record this season.

The Jets took on the Stony Plain Flyers Sunday night and lost 4-1. The Jets trailed 3-1 t the end of the first and both teams remained scoreless until Stony pocketed their fourth with 3:01 left in the game. Have of Stony’s tally was on the powerplay. The Jets currently top the West Division in penalty minutes at 473 and sit with a 6-9-0 record.

The club takes to the road Nov. 11 to face the Edmonton Mustangs before returning home to face the Beverly Warriors Nov. 13 at 8:30 p.m. and the Leduc Co-op Riggers Nov. 15. at 6:45 p.m.

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The Morinville Senior AA Kings took to the road Saturday night to face the Rocky Rams and returned with a victory. The Kings lead 2-1 at the end of the first, both goals scored on the powerplay. Dalen Paul pocketed another three in the middle frame for a natural hat trick that gave the Kings a 5-1 lead over the Rams. The third period gave the Kings another powerplay goal 15 seconds into the period. The goals piled on with another three by the mid-period mark, including another powerplay and a shorthanded goal.

Leading 9-1, the Kings wrapped up the final 10 minutes with another goal to counter one the Rams earned on a penalty shot. With a 10-2 victory Saturday night, the Kings sit 2-2-1 this season.

The Senior AA club takes to the road Nov. 14 to face Westlock. They play Devon at home Nov. 21.

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