|Bandits move closer to division leaders|
Brooks Bandits are within striking distance of the first place Camrose Kodiaks following three big AJHL wins this past weekend.
The Bandits are just three points behind the Kodiaks and are two back of the second place Okotoks Oilers.
Head coach Ryan Papaioannou’s team began the week with a 7-6 win over the host Calgary Canucks.
This contest was all Brooks in the first two periods as the Bandits would go on to build a 7-2 lead after 40 minutes. Full Story >
|J2 Electric Bulldogs grab share of top spot|
The J2 Electric Midget Bulldogs continued their winning ways this past weekend with a pair of wins in CAHL hockey action.
On Friday, the Bulldogs headed west for their first encounter with the High Country Rockies.
Solid goaltending, strong defensive play and timely goal scoring would be the perfect winning combination. Full Story >
|Local teams medal at 1A provincials|
The Rosemary Rockets and Bassano Broncos ended their volleyball seasons on high notes Saturday by winning provincial medals.
The Rockets earned silver medals in the 1A tournament played at Bassano while the Broncos picked up bronze medals.
The silver medal winning Rockets was comprised of Matt Easter, Kameron Klassen, Emerson Pankratz, Adam Peters, James Peters, Tanner Pitcher, Colin Unruh and Lorne Walde.
“We had a fantastic season,” said coach Ben Dyck. Full Story >
|Tigers claim top spot at home tournament|
The Brooks Novice Tier 1 Canadian Tire Tigers walked away with the top spot in the BMHA T1 Tigers tournament this past weekend. The Tigers went 4-0 on their way to the A Final victory.
The Tigers first game had them squaring off against the Chestermere Lakers.
The home team jumped out to a 3-1 lead in the first period and never looked back, finishing the game with a 6-2 win. Full Story >