Here is an overview of the past week’s games for the Sturgeon U18, U15 and U13 AA Sting
U18 AA Sting
The Sturgeon U18AA Sting played one game this past week, a Saturday night home game against Beaumont.
That game resulted in a 5-2 win for the Sting, where they overcame a 2-0 first-period and 2-1 second-period deficit to pile on four goals in the final frame.
Kale Meinczinger picked up three of the Sting’s five goals. Ryan Rivard and Ben Roe picked up the remaining two.
The Sting play the St. Albert Crusaders on the road Wednesday, Nov. 2 and the KC Colts at home on Sunday, Nov. 6 at 4:30 p.m.
U15 AA Sting
The U15AA Sting played three games this past week, one on the road on Wednesday and two at home Friday night and Sunday afternoon.
Wednesday night’s game against the KC Shamrocks resulted in a 4-1 win for the Sting. In that outing, Marek Marczak picked up both of the Sting’s first-period goals and another to cap the day in the third. Connor McCoy picked up the Sting’s third.
Friday night’s home game resulted in a 10-3 loss for the Sting. McCoy, Marczak and Lucas Boissonnault each picked up a goal in a game that saw the Sting trailing 6-0 after one, 8-1 after two, and 10-3 after 60 minutes.
Sunday’s home game against the CAC Imperial Equities resulted in a 5-1 win for the Sting.
In the game, the Sting led 1-0, 4-0, and 5-0 before the Equities finally got on the board with 14:21 left in the game.
Marek Marczak, Chevy Painchaud, Kyland Ponich, Gavin Richardson, and Lukas Boissonnault scored a goal each to build the win.
The two wins and loss bring the U15AA Sting to a 3-4-0 record this season.
The Sting play the PAC Saints White on the road Sunday, Oct. 29.
The Sturgeon U13AA Sting played one game this past week, a Saturday afternoon home game against the Fort Saskatchewan Rangers.
That game resulted in a 2-2 tie. The Sting ended the first period 1-1 and fel behind 2-2 before Zhane Arcand tied the game 2-2 with 35 seconds left in the contest.
The Sting play two games this week – a Friday night home game against the GPAC Minhas Brothers Group Storm and a Saturday road game against the Strathcona Warriors.