By Cole Parkinson
The hockey schedule has seen the end of November for the Taber Golden Suns as the teams continue to compete for position in the South Central Alberta Hockey League.
The U15 Suns also only had a single game on the schedule this past weekend as the team hit the road to take on the Wheatland Warriors. Unfortunately for the Suns, the home team was firing on all cylinders as the Warriors cruised to a 10-0 win. Griffin Stenger got the start in net and the netminder made 41 saves on 51 shots.
One game comes this weekend for the U15 Suns as they welcome in the Okotoks Oilers on Dec. 3 at 5:30 p.m. The U15 Suns sit in sixth place in the South Conference with a 1-13-1 record and three points.
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