|Bandits enjoy solid weekend in AJHL|
Brooks Bandits picked up three of a possible four points in Alberta Junior Hockey League action this past weekend.
The Bandits downed the visiting Calgary Mustangs 3-1 Friday night before dropping a 2-1 overtime decision to the Canmore
Calgary served notice they were not about to make the game easy when Riley McDougall scored on a harmless looking shot through the pads of Michael Fredrick 31 seconds into the game. Full Story >
|Crusaders end season with football awards|
The St. Joseph’s Collegiate Crusaders six man football team capped off a very successful football season with a football banquet on Thursday, November 28th.
The banquet, which was held in the St. Joe’s library, was attended by 60 people, which included coaches, players and their parents.
Head coach Julian Annicchiarico opened by saying “the 2013 edition of the Crusaders had an outstanding football season.” “We finished with an overall record of five wins and three losses and finished the year by winning the Tier 2 Provincial Championship.”
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|Dedicated board key to program’s success|
Female hockey is alive and well in Southern Alberta including Brooks with the establishment of Prairie
Thunder novice, peewee, bantam and midget teams.
Female hockey director Eric Lutterotti said the novice team includes a few atom division aged players. The novice team plays in the Central Alberta Hockey League in tier six along with a boys team from Brooks. Full Story >
|New coaches to guide BCHS Lady Buffalos|
Brooks Composite High School will not have two female basketball teams this year.
In the past, the school has had enough interest to field a Junior Varsity team but only 16 girls attended three tryouts and not every girl was at all three said senior Lady Buffalos co-coach Dave Vandervelde.
Vandervelde, who is co-coaching with Mike Heninger, said had a Junior Varsity team been established some girls would have had to play on both teams. Instead, a decision was made to just have a senior team consisting of 12 players. Full Story >