|Bandits inch closer to Camrose Kodiaks|
Brooks Bandits sit just three points behind the first place Camrose Kodiaks following weekend AJHL play.
Head coach and general manager Ryan Papaioannou’s team inched closer to the Kodiaks with road wins over the Spruce Grove Saints and Drayton Valley Thunder.
The Bandits moved into sole possession of second place last Wednesday following a 6-2 win over the visiting Okotoks Oilers. Full Story >
|Bantam Longhorns earn big victories|
The Badlands Longhorns were at home this weekend for two games. Contests Saturday against Taber and Sunday against Airdrie both ended in wins for the AA Longhorns.
On Saturday the Horns would face off against rivals, the Taber Golden Suns.
The Horns scored in the first 46 seconds of the game when Becker made a beautiful cross ice pass to Cunningham who buried the puck in the net. Full Story >
|Interest in basketball at BJHS is at all time high|
A school record of 130 students are playing basketball at Brooks Junior High, said principal Jim Burchell.
The 130 have been divided into 11 different teams.
Burchell said since he became principal, there has been a no-cut policy for youth wanting to play sports.
There were 110 students that took part in basketball last year. Full Story >
|Tilley native double team awards winner|
It was a challenging football season because of an injury but Tilley’s Andrew Fabian made the best of the situation.
The University of Regina student finished his first season with the team by picking up two awards. He won the Chad Ehman leading scorer trophy and the JC Realty team award for being the most outstanding special teams player. Full Story >