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Bandits sweep Oilers from AJHL playoffs
Brooks Bandits are playing their best hockey of the AJHL season at just the right time.
The Bandits finished off the Okotoks Oilers in a four-game playoff sweep with a convincing 8-0 win in game four in the best-of-seven series last Wednesday evening.
Chase Clayton (assists Jared Cockrell and Linden Springer) set the tone of the game when he scored at 1:02.  Full Story >
Black Elk Hockey Camp is coming to Brooks
Black Elk Hockey Camp will be coming to Brooks in August for the first time.
A day camp will take place at the Centennial Regional Arena from Aug. 9-14. It is for boys and girls ages six to 15 and will feature age groupings. The cost of the camp is $405.
There is an optional lunch program available.
The camp has a long list of featured instructors including Brooks Bandits alumnus and Royal Bank Cup champion Cam Maclise, goalie specialist and Bandits alumnus Devin Fordyce and current player Anthony Paskaruk.
Other instructors include Brinson Pasichnuk o  Full Story >
Canadian Tire Tigers win Tier 1 banner
The Brooks Canadian Tire Tigers are the 2014-2015 Central Alberta Hockey League’s Novice Tier 1 Champions.
The team’s road to the championship started with a first-round match up against Okotoks Green. The Tigers won the best-of-three series in two straight games by scores of 6-5 and 6-1.
The second round of playoffs had Brooks facing another Okotoks team, Okotoks Gold. It would take all three games in the series for Brooks to come out on top. Brooks won game one by a score of 6-4 before dropping game two by a score of 3-2.  Full Story >
Rockets fourth best 1A provincial team
March Madness was in Rosemary this past weekend with the Rosemary senior girls basketball team hosting the best in the province at the 2015 1A provincial championship.
At the conclusion, it was the Stirling High Lakers who won provincials. The Acme High Redmen placed second, Bawlf School Wildcats third and the Rosemary Rockets fourth.
Rosemary head coach Christ Vogt said the team had been preparing for this weekend for over one year so they were more than ready for the tournament to begin. Thursday morning started with the opening ceremony at 9:00, with the Lady Rockets walking out last into a full gym of yelling screaming supporters, giving the girls goose bumps and chills from all the support.   Full Story >
Rosemary Rockets win silver medals
Rosemary Rockets came away with silver medals for their efforts at the boys 1A provincial basketball championship in Hines Creek.
Rosemary and the Bassano Rockets both represented this zone. Rosemary won the zone title while Bassano placed second.  Full Story >
Schaffer Auto Stars place second in league
Bassano Schaffer Auto Stars came away with second place in the Tier 3 midget hockey championship played this past weekend.
Indus Hurricanes skated away with the championship Sunday with a 10-3 win in the third and deciding game of the best-of-three series.  Full Story >
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