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Bandits open season with split of games
Brooks Bandits opened their 2016-17 Alberta Junior Hockey League season this past weekend with a split of games.
Pre-game activities included a tailgate party, introduction of players (10 newcomers in lineup) and unveiling of the AJHL championship banner.
The Brooks Minor Hockey fundraiser also had local hockey youngster Sypris Lukye and Hunter Simpson take part in an official faceoff.
Following the ceremony, the spotlight focussed on the Bandits and rival Okotoks Oilers.  Full Story >
Buffalos preparing for game under the lights
Brooks Composite High Romer Buffalos will play host to the Strathmore Stallions Friday at 7 p.m. in Rangeland Football Conference play.
The game will be the second of the evening. It will follow a 5 p.m. Bantam Rangeland Football League contest between the host Roadrunners and Medicine Hat Pythons.  Full Story >
Buffalos top team at home event
The Brooks Composite High school senior boys volleyball team has started and is in full swing.
Last weekend the boys travelled to Camrose to partake in their annual starter tourney. With only one official practice they played well and came fourth in their pool. They then advanced to the consolation side of the draw and met up against Strathmore . In a title played match the boys were edged out in three games 25-17, 22-25, 15 -13.
Head coach Wendell Nelson said the team played with intensity and desire and he was impressed with their efforts.  Full Story >
Crusaders, Spartans all set for big contest
St. Joseph’s Crusaders six man football team improved to 2-0 last Thursday with an 82-6 triumph over the host Caroline Panthers.
Quarterback Hugo Silva led the way with four touchdowns while Fernando Echeverria, Onen Johnson and Luis Fonseca scored two touchdowns apiece. Arcell Bunguay added one touchdown while Edgar Reyes kicked eight two-point converts.  Full Story >
Lady Buffalos roll to tournament victory
Brooks Compsiste High senior girls volleyball team came away with top spot at their home tournament this past weekend.
On Friday the Buffalos secured wins against Crescent Heights of Medicine Hat (25-22, 25-18) and Canmore (25-18, 25-14) by utilizing a good distribution of sets from new upstart Grade 10 setter, Kaytin Beblow.
“She has a good sense with the ball. Her volleyball IQ is high and she distributed the ball with confidence that we didn’t see in our team last year,” said coach David Angell.   Full Story >
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