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Peewee Suns split games

Posted on November 9, 2016 by Taber Times
NET SCRAMBLE: Rylen Roersma of the Taber peewee “AA” Golden Suns dances with the puck around the opposing net during weekend play on Sunday afternoon at the Taber Arena. TIMES PHOTO BY TREVOR BUSCH

By Greg Price
Taber Times
gprice@tabertimes.com

Taber peewee “AA” Golden Suns (3-3-3) split its pair of South Central Alberta Hockey League games this past weekend.

Taber peewee Golden Suns started off with a 6-3 loss at the hands of Okotoks Oilers Green (7-3-2) at the Taber Arena on Saturday.

Rylen Roersma had two tallies and Brinley Degenstein notched a single. Nathan Verloop, Jed Magarrell, Tyler Maslen and Caden Heins recorded assists.
Landon Porteous faced 33 shots on net to take the loss.

The team bounced back with a 10-6 win over Okotoks Oilers Black (3-5-1) at the Taber Arena on Sunday afternoon.

Ty Fraser had four goals for the Suns and Magarrell had two goals. Roersma, Heins, Verloop and Zachery Hauck had singles.

Roersma and Verloop also had four assists. Kade Degenstein, John VandenElzen, Rylan Millo, Avery Sande, Griffin McCulloch and Maslen had single helpers.

Scout Sidam earned the win in net, facing 32 shots on goal.

Taber peewee “AA” Golden Suns host Airdrie Lightning Red on Sunday at the Taber Arena at 1 p.m.

MIDGET: Taber midget “AA” Golden Suns (5-5-2) took three out of a possible four points on the weekend in SCAHL play.

Friday’s tilt was a 4-1 road win over Cranbrook Dynamiters (0-10-0).

Linden Gouw, Cole Jensen, Brady Garner and Brant Mack all tallied for the Golden Suns. Mack, Darian Simmons and Zach Trempner drew assists.

Theo Paskuski earned the win net for the Suns, facing 20 shots on goal.

The team proceeded to skate to a 2-2 draw with Medicine Hat Hounds (7-3-2) on Saturday on the road.

Kole Fujita and Chase Gedny scored for the Suns who got assists from Reed Odland, Tanner Turcato and Justin Astalos.

Brock Merkl preserved the tie in net for the Golden Suns, facing 32 shots on goal.

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