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Cobras keep rolling in January

Posted on January 26, 2023 by Sunny South News

By Cole Parkinson
Sunny South News

January games came fast and furious for the Coaldale Cobras as teams were back on the ice this past weekend for another weekend of Central Alberta Hockey League games.

U11 Tier 3

The Tier 3 Cobras had a two-game weekend as they looked to add another two wins. First up was a Saturday game at home as Okotoks came to town. The Cobras were able to score their way to a 7-4 win on home ice. Boston Constant was unstoppable as the Cobra potted four goals while Ben Wojszel, Roman Howg, and Jackson Batkin had singles, and Marshall Coquet, Jake Waggener, and Max Craven had an assist each in the game. Mira Anderson was between the pipes for Coaldale, making 29 saves on 33 shots.

Sunday saw the team hit the road to take on Indus. No game sheet was available on Monday morning. 

The team now regroups for another pair of games this coming weekend as they hit the road to take on Pincher Creek on Friday night at 6 p.m. and then round out the weekend with a home game on Sunday against Cardston at 11 a.m. 

U11 Tier 5

One game came this weekend for the U11 Tier 5 Cobras as they welcomed in the Picture Butte Blades on Sunday morning. Unfortunately for the Cobras, Picture Butte saw their offence go off for an 11-4 win. Paxton Wiebe, Foster Hurt, Avery Gudmundson, and Lucas Kenyon were the goal scores while Drake Labelle had an assist. Colton Selk was in net for Coaldale making 27 saves on 38 shots. 

The last game of January comes this weekend when Coaldale welcomes in Nanton on Saturday for an 11 a.m. puck drop.

U13

There were two games on tap this past weekend for the U13 Cobras. First up was a game on Saturday against Fort Macleod. No game sheet was available on Monday morning.

The weekend wrapped up with a home game against Raymond on Sunday. Coaldale was able to finish the weekend off with a big 9-5 win. Caleb Burton scored a hat-trick and two assists while Kashtyn Megyes had two goals and an assist, Beckett Hurt had a goal and two assists, Alistair Poettcker chipped in with a goal and an assist, Makenna Malm and William Thompson each had a goal, and Rudy Wojszel and Ace Pezderic had an assist each. Brant L’Hirondelle was in net for Coaldale, making 37 saves on 42 shots. 

Next weekend sees one game for the U13 Cobras as they welcome in Crowsnest Pass on Sunday at 1:15 p.m. 

U15

Only one game was on tap this past weekend for the Cobras as they welcomed in Bow Island/Foremost on Saturday afternoon. No game sheet was available on Monday morning.

The team has two final games in January as they welcome in Claresholm on Saturday for a 1:15 p.m. game and then on Sunday Fort Macleod comes to town for a 4:45 p.m. puck drop.

U18

The U18 Cobras had a pair of home games this past weekend. On Saturday evening, Fort Macleod came to Coaldale. It was a battle between the two teams, but thanks to a three-goal third period, the Cobras were able to secure a 6-4 win. Ryden Yackulic had two goals and two assists, Kevin Erick added two goals and an assist, Hector Peralta-Lopez chipped in with a goal and two assists, Donovan Malm had a goal and an assist, and Julian Chief Calf, Dalton Damen, Schae Van Buuren, and Kaede Wakefield all found the score sheet with an assist. Brenden Duda was in net for Coaldale and the netminder made 46 saves on 50 shots.

The weekend finished off with Taber coming to town on Sunday evening. Coaldale was able to take control of the game early and skated to a 7-1 win. Peralta-Lopez had a hat trick and an assist, Damen had two goals and an assist, Van Buuren scored a goal and an assist, Malm and Erick had a pair of assists each, Yackulic scored a single goal, and Chief Calf, Kyle Harrington, and Gage Lyckman all had one assist. Logan Van Der Leest was in net and made 20 stops on 21 shots.

The U18 Cobras have one game this coming weekend when Lethbridge Red comes to town on Saturday for a 4:45 p.m. puck drop.

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