Hockey action: Carson Lukocs from Rimbey Renegades takes possession of the puck against a Sylvan Lakers player in the final game of the semi finals. Rimbey won two out of three games

Midget Renegades win league semi finals against Lakers

The Rimbey Midget Renegades have won league semi finals and will soon advance to the finals.

The Rimbey Midget Renegades have won league semi finals and will soon advance to the finals.

The Renegades went up against Sylvan Lake Lakers last week in the semi finals, defeating the Lakers two games in the best of three series.

The Rimbey team soundly trounced the Lakers in game one, winning 6-0 at the Sylvan Lake arena.

However, the Lakers came back later in the week with a 4-2 win on their home ice.

The final game held March 15 in Rimbey ended 5-0 for the Renegades.

Wyatt Flemming put the Renegades on the scoreboard with the first goal of the game. Flemming was assisted by Chase Makofka and Brett Scott.

The second goal was scored by Wyatt Flemming who was assisted by Keefer Garnick.

Quinton Marki scored the third goal, assisted by Reid Frayn and Milton Elliot.

Chase Makofka shot the fourth goal past the Sylvan Lake goal tender, assisted by Frayn and Lane Franklin, assisted by Jared Lindley, scored the fifth and final goal.

Coach Corey Scott is pleased with his team’s performance on the ice.

“They’ve played a lot of hockey in February and March and they are doing well. They are just going ahead and getting it done. We had a bit of a hiccup against Sylvan, but it worked out in the end.”

The Renegades will face Sundre for the league championship at a later date.

Last weekend Rimbey traveled to Ponoka to compete in Provincials. They played Okotoks at 9 a.m. Friday and went up against Grimshaw at 8:15 p.m.

Saturday they faced Carstairs.

Scott is confident his team will do well.

 

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