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BCHS baseball season starts with pair of road wins
The Brooks Composite High School baseball team recently travelled to Medicine Hat to open the 2014 season with a doubleheader against McCoy JV and Crescent Heights High.
The Buffs opened the scoring in the top of the second as Tanner Tymko was walked to lead off the inning. He stole second base before scoring on a Jackson Ironside single. McCoy would respond with a pair of their own runs on two base hits and a throwing error.
BCHS tied the game in the third as Georde Young reached base on an error, which was followed by a pair of singles by Ironside and Ryan Struck to load the bases for Brendan Bartlett who singled up the middle and scored Young. The Buffs scored three more runs in the fourth with the lead off single by Willy Klassen, followed by Jaydon Wandler who singled putting runners at the corners.  Full Story >
Chevrier commits to Queen’s
The Alberta Junior Hockey League’s Brooks Bandits are proud to announce Eric Chevrier, a 21-year-old defenseman, has committed to play for the Gaels at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.
The Gaels, members of the Ontario University Association of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS), are coached by Brett Gibson.
He said the team is “extremely excited that Eric has committed to pursue his academic and hockey career at Queen’s.
“Eric has won a national championship and knows what it takes to win which is a valuable asset to any hockey program.”  Full Story >
Shoot out mines silver
A hard fought weekend placed the Grasslands FC U14 Boys team in the gold medal game vs. Edmonton Lessard at the Alberta Soccer Association’s Indoor Provincial Championships on March 15-16, 2014.
The weekend started off with GFC against Stettler. Grasslands came out strong and finished with a 9-1 win. Second match was played against the Eastside Mavericks with GFC out shooting this team, final score was 8-4.
Sunday morning semi-final game was played against Calgary Blizzard Hornets. After 50 minutes of play, the score was tied between these two teams sending it to a shoot-out. Five shooters were chosen by each team to compete, GFC coming away with a 6-5 win sending them to the gold medal match.  Full Story >
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