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Bandits dropped at RBC by Cobourg Cougars
Resting five key players, the Brooks Bandits (3-1) fell 5-2 to the host Cobourg Cougars in the final round- robin game of the 2017 RBC Cup on Thursday night. By clinching second place in the round-robin standings, they placed second for the second consecutive year.
The Bandits took on the third place Terrebonne Cobras in the late semi-final on Saturday. Details of the game were not available by press time but can be found in Friday’s Regional along with results from the RBC Cup championship game.  Full Story >
BCHS athletes chosen to play in Football Canada Cup
Zayden Velasco and Matthew Peterson of the Brooks Composite High Buffalos are Nova Scotia bound in July to compete in the Football Canada Cup.
The two were among 40 players selected for Team Alberta from 400 athletes who went to the first selection camp in January.
Velasco tried out for half back and made his way through three mini-camps held during the year to help reduce player numbers.  Full Story >
Brooks man enjoys big weekend in Drumheller
Dinosaur Downs Speedway in Drumheller ran it’s first race weekend of the season on May 13-14.
Despite overcast skies most of the weekend, crowds were good for the season opener.
The season opened with Late Models, Hobby stocks and I.M.C.A. Modifieds on the 3/8 mile dirt oval.
On Saturday Brooks resident Brian Roode (car # 68) came on strong, having raced in February in the Arizona I.M.C.A. tour. He finished eighth in the tough U.S. racing competition.
This is his fourth year of I.M.C.A. Modified racing, with three years before that racing in the Renegade Truck class.   Full Story >
Olds Grizzlys may not operate next season
The following is a statement from AJHL commissioner Ryan Bartoshyk.
On behalf of the Alberta Junior Hockey League and its board of governors, it is of the utmost urgency to clarify the existing financial and operational situation of the Olds Grizzlys.
The Olds Grizzlys organization has not been immune to the existing economic realities and as a result are in jeopardy of not participating as members of the AJHL for the 2017-2018 season.
As long and storied members of the AJHL, the Olds Grizzlys have been valued partners and have provided a platform for community engagement and the maturation of young men.   Full Story >
Bandits dropped at RBC by Cobourg Cougars 

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