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Peewee Suns hound opposition

Posted on February 27, 2019 by Taber Times

By Greg Price
Taber Times

Taber peewee “AA” Golden Suns (22-8-2) earned a dominating 8-2 victory over Medicine Hat Hounds (28-3-2) on Sunday on the road, a team which currently sits in first place atop the SCAHL South Division standings.

Kade Duell dominated the scoresheet with five goals, and Colby Gulliver, Brady Magarrell and Noah Smith had singles. Aidyn Law registered four assists.

Kahil Wright earned the win in net, facing 26 shots on goal.

Earlier, the Taber Golden Suns blanked Chestermere Lakers 8-0 (0-31-0) on the road on Friday night.

Connor Chapman and Magarrell had two goals apiece. Kobe Urasaki, Bowman Klippenstein, Gulliver and Duell had singles. Law had five helpers. Brylin Noble had a quiet night in net, earning the shutout and stopping all 14 shots.

Taber peewee “AA” Golden Suns hit the road on Friday with a game against Lethbridge Hurricanes Red.

BANTAM: Taber bantam “AA” Golden Suns (12-17-5) ended off its South Central Alberta Hockey League regular season on a high note on Saturday afternoon, with a 3-1 victory over Foothills Bisons (3-31-0) at the Taber Arena.

Rylan Millo, Nathan Verloop and Connor Harty scored for the Suns.

Landon Porteous earned the win in net, facing 19 shots on goal.

MIDGET: Taber midget “AA” Golden Suns (17-12-4) had a busy weekend of South Central Alberta Hockey League play, registering a 2-1 record.

Friday night saw the Suns dominate Foothills Bisons (1-31-0) 10-1 at the Taber Arena.

Mason Sande, Cody Stange, Hayden Mack and Tristan Miller all had two goals apiece. Brogan Booth and D.J. Tonin notched singles.

Gage Reimer earned the win in net, facing 15 shots on goal.

The midget Suns’ loss was a 3-1 decision to Wheatland Chiefs (16-14-3) on the road on Saturday.

Kolby James scored the Suns tally.

Ethan Barrows took the loss in net, facing 36 shots on goal.

Midget Golden Suns rebounded with a 4-3 edging of Lethbridge Hurricane Hounds (17-12-4) at the Taber Arena on Sunday afternoon.

Stange, Verloop, Kole Fujita and J.D. Hall each had singles.

Gage Reimer was busy in net, stopping 41 of 44 shots on goal to take the win.

Midget “AA” Golden Suns travel to Medicine Hat on Friday night before returning home on Saturday night to the Taber Arena to play Lethbridge Hurricane Hounds at 8 p.m.

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