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Bandits stuck in second in south division after 1-2 week
Following a three game week the Alberta Junior Hockey League’s Brooks Bandits hold onto their second place south division position.
At home on Sunday the Bandits were dropped by the Okotoks Oilers 5-1.
The Oilers were well onto their way for the win after twice finding the back of the net on two power plays in the opening stanza.  Full Story >
Foggy high school football double header quarter finals sees one local team advance
The high school football season is over for the Tier III Brooks Buffalos while the St. Joseph Crusaders 6-man team carries on following a weekend of quarter final matches.
On Saturday in the thick fog, the fourth ranked Crusaders easily defeated seventh ranked Cold Lake Assumption, 53-20.
The Crusaders advance to the semi finals in Lacombe on Nov. 18 at 11 a.m. where they will face the second ranked Breton Cougars for a spot at the Nov. 24 Alberta Provincial Bowl which will also be in Lacombe.  Full Story >
Major awards presented to athlete and coach
Brooks Composite High School Buffalos football team had a player and coach recently presented with major awards.
The coaching staff of the Rangeland Football Conference chose Matthew Peterson as the league’s most valuable player and Braedon Cameron as coach of the year.
Peterson said it was an honor to be named MVP.
The grade 11 student has quietly gone about impressing coaches in the province.  Full Story >
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