Morinville strongman competitor Scott Wallace and his team were celebrating eight podium finishes this year at Crushers Supplements this past week, posing for a group shot.
JETS 0-2 OVER THE WEEKEND
After winning back-to-back victories for the first time this season, the Morinville Jets lost two games over the weekend.
The Jets lost 4-2 to the Stony Plain Flyers on the road Friday night and ultimately fell 5-3 to the visiting North Edmonton Red Wings on Sunday night. The pair of losses brings the Jets record to 4-16-0 this season.
The Jets play the Beverly Warriors at home Friday night at 8:30 p.m.
KINGS LOSE FIRST GAME THIS SEASON
After an eight-game winning streak this season and setting a franchise record at 20 consecutive wins, the Morinville Senior AA Kings were taken down 4-3 in overtime Saturday night on the road by the Red Deer Rustlers.
The Kings’ season record is 8-0-1.
The Kings have a break this week, returning to the ice Dec. 7 for a road game to Lacombe.
STING DEFEAT ROUGHNECKS
The Sturgeon Midget AA Sting played one road game this week on Friday and returned with a 3-2 win over the Leduc Roughnecks to elevate their record to 7-6-1.
Their next game is Wednesday on the road against the St. Albert Steel. They follow that with a second road game Sunday against the TRAC Wolverines.
BANTAM STING TAKE TWO
The Sturgeon Bantam AA Sting took back-to-back wins over the weekend with a 7-1 win over the Peace River Sabres on Saturday and repeating it with a 7-3 win on Sunday.
The pair of wins bring the Bantam Sting to a 9-2-3 record and third place in the Rural Conference White Division.
The Sting play the MLAC Alumni at home Saturday night at 6:15 p.m.