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Bandits first AJHL road game a success
Playing a game for the first time outside of the friendly confines of the Centennial Regional Arena, the Brooks Bandits (2-1) nonetheless built on their Saturday night thrashing of the Calgary Mustangs by scoring seven times and downing the Olds Grizzlys (1-2) 7-2 on Tuesday night.
For the second straight game, the Bandits allowed the opening goal when Grizzly forward Landon Gross fired a shot home from the slot, beating Alex Horawski on the glove side, just 64 seconds into the game off the rush.  Full Story >
Buffalos play well but drop home RFC game
Brooks Composite High Romer Buffalos dropped an exciting 30-27 Rangeland Football Conference game to the Strathmore Spartans Friday night.
“It was a really good game,” said head coach Jon Velasco.
He said the defence played well and the first half was pretty clean as far as penalties were concerned.
Brooks led 13-7 at the half and increased their lead when Sundley Mirtil returned an interception for a touchdown.  Full Story >
Crusaders win battle of undefeated teams
An Alberta Six Man Football League game between the St. Joseph’s Crusaders and Rimbey Spartans last Tuesday lived up to expectations.
Every week there are 65 high school football games throughout the province. Football Alberta always picks one game as the feature “Game Of The Week.” For the first time ever, Football Alberta selected this six man football game as the game of the week.  Full Story >
Great crowd at weekend memorial rodeo
A large crowd was on hand this past weekend for the Dallas Sunstrum Memorial Pro Rodeo at the Silver Sage Community Corral.
The following are unofficial results.
Bareback riding: 1. Caleb Bennett, 83 points on Big Stone Rodeo’s D2 Easy Money, $1123.11; 2. Dantan Bartsch, 82.5, $929.47; 3. Cole Goodine, 82, $735.83; 4. JR Vezain, 81.5, $542.19; 6. (tie) Kyle Bowers and Linden Woods, 81, $271.10 each.
Steer wrestling: 1. Rowdy Hays, 4.1, $1340.44; 2. Derek Frank, 4.2, $1165.60; 3. Dustin Walker, 4.4, $990.76; 4. (tie) Straws Milan and Will Stoval, 4.8, $728.50 each; 6. Craig Weisgerber, 4.9, $466.24; 7. Baillie Milan, 5.0, $291.40; 8. Scott Guenthner, 5.2, $116.56.  Full Story >
Results from 19th annual Twirl N Whirl
The 19th annual Twirl N Whirl barrel racing competition was held Sept. 16-18 at the Silver Sage Community Corral.
The following are the top three finishers in the various categories.
1D Open-Taylor Giles on Luna-14.930, Rene LeClercq on Holly-15.034 and Andrea Udal on Bucket-15.133 seconds.
2D-Regina Taylor on Snarky Bar Dand-15:647, Shery Andrew on Cohoes-15.688 and Brandy Vogt on Seattle-15.678  Full Story >
Roadrunners collect win to move to 2-0
Brooks Roadrunners picked up what head coach Jaret Hofer described as an ugly win Friday Afternoon.
The Bantam Rangeland Football Conference team picked up a 28-14 win over the Medicine Hat Pythons despite having only one practice.
Coaches were missing due to personal business and nine players were gone on a trip to Waterton. As result, there was only one full practice.  Full Story >
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