The Liteway Electric Raiders had a near-perfect week as they won twice and tied another in Centre-Four Hockey League Midget Division action.
The Raiders, who improve to 6-6-2 and into a tie with Lloydminster for second-place in the overall standings, posted wins over Unity (6-1) and Lloydminster (4-1) on the weekend after battling Watson to a 3-3 draw earlier in the week.
Scoring for Liteway Electric in the win over Unity were Josh Elliot and Chris Stubbs with two each while singles were added by Blair MacFarlane and Austin Odnokon. Jeff Crawford recorded the win in goal.
Against Lloydminster it was Jack Green, Cole Hobson, Josh Hopkins and Elliot providing the offense while Logan Morhart collected the win in net.
The game against Watson had the Raiders down 3-0 early in the second period before Zach Hurd, Elliot and Odnokon scored to salvage the tie.
Liteway Electric is in Beardy‚Äôs on Wednesday before returning home next Sunday to take on Watson at 4:15 p.m. at the Steuart Arena.
Venice House Raiders
Venice House is idle in Saskatchewan Bantam AA Hockey League action until Dec. 14 when they will begin a three-games-in-three-nights tour of the South Division with stops in Weyburn, Estevan and Regina.
The Raiders, who will be hosting their annual city tournament this weekend at the three city-operated facilities, are coming off a split in games played a week ago which saw them beat the Sask. Valley Vipers 3-1 after falling 5-2 to the North East Wolf Pack.
Scoring for the Raiders in the win over the Vipers were Jake Hobson, Drew Warkentine and Tanner Fiddler with Warkentine and Braden Isbister notching the goals in the loss to the Wolf Pack.
The NAPA Raiders had a perfect weekend recording 7-2 and 6-1 victories over Tisdale in Centre-Four Hockey League Pee Wee Division action.
As per a request by the coach, goal scorers for the Raiders will not be published.
The Raiders return to action on Friday when they will be in Warman and they conclude their pre-Christmas portion of the schedule on Sunday with a stop in Humboldt.