The Fort Saskatchewan Midget AAA Rangers now sit alone atop the north division.
On Friday night (Oct.19), the Rangers were down in Red Deer to face the Chiefs and the Fort came out flying.
Nate Ibraheem had a hat trick, while Jacob Boucher chipped in with three assists in a 5-1 victory over one of the top teams in the south division.

"They do a lot of little things right. Driving the net, getting shots and they're having success from it," said head coach Ty Valin. "We had a good, solid start, settled in, frustrated Red Deer and they eventually just started coughing a lot of pucks up and we were able to capitalize." 
Austin Saint and David Dach also found the back of the net for the Rangers. Ross Hawryluk picked up the win in net, making 23 saves.
A mere 15 hours later, Fort Sask continued south to Airdrie, where they topped the Bisons 4-2.
Hawryluk recorded his third straight win and sixth of the season. Alex Thacker, Colton Dach, Boucher and Ibraheem all had goals for the Rangers.
"We've got four lines and six defenceman going and everybody is contributing in different ways," added Valin. "We've put ourselves in a really good position but now the hard work begins. Everybody is gunning for us now."
Fort Saskatchewan now holds a record of 6-2 and top spot in the north division.
They'll welcome the Knights of Columbus Pats to the JRC on Saturday at 2:30 p.m.

More Sports News

Anderson named Metro Athletics All-Star

Gracyn Anderson's tremendous season was recently recognized by Metro Athletics.

Rangers jump out to 2-0 series lead in provincial finals

Before this weekend, the Red Deer Bantam AAA Rebels hadn't lost a regular season or playoff game since Nov.2. They've now lost two straight.

U13 Arsenal earn silver at provincials

It was a heartbreaking loss in the provincial finals.

U10 Ringette wraps up the season

The Fort Saskatchewan Ringette U10 teams ended their seasons with some big wins at the BGL Friendship Playdowns.

Season ends as Rangers shutout in game five

Three straight losses to close out the 2018-19 season.

Rangers allow Raiders back in north finals

The last game is always the hardest to win.

Bantam AAA Rangers faced with tough task in Provincial Championship

Defeating a team you haven't beat all season isn't an easy task, but it also isn't impossible.

Rangers drop game three on the road

The Fort Saskatchewan Midget AAA Rangers won’t be sweeping the North Finals.

Bantam AAA Rangers sweep third straight series

Not one, not two, but three straight sweeps in the 2019 playoffs for the Fort Saskatchewan Bantam AAA Rangers.

Overtime wins help Midget AAA Rangers jump out to 2-0 series lead

Sixty minutes wasn’t enough to solve either game one or two. is Westman's only source for community news and information such as weather and classifieds.

Search the Biz Guide