|Duchess Storm teams competing provincially|
Duchess Minor Hockey Association teams are competing for provincial championships at both the midget and bantam levels.
The Midget Storm are coached by Brad Ion.
He said the Storm finished number one in the Central Alberta Hockey League. Duchess only lost two games in division play involving 14 teams.
Ion credits having two really good goaltenders to go with prolific offence. He said the team has two returning players who played AA and AAA hockey the previous season. Full Story >
|Lady Eagles collect zone bronze medals|
Duchess Eagles recently finished their basketball season by traveling to Olds to compete in the South Central 1A zone championships hosted by the Olds Koinonia Christian School.
The Eagles went into zones ranked as the number five seed and the first game was against the number four seed Acme Redmen.
This game was close right from the start with the teams exchanging the lead several time. In the end the Eagles manage to hold on for a narrow one point win to advance to the top side of the draw. Full Story >
|Red hot Bandits cruise past Olds|
Brooks Bandits held a 2-0 Alberta Junior Hockey League South Division semi-final series lead going into play Monday evening.
Weekend games at the Centennial Regional Arena were both a case of too much firepower by the Bandits and little response by the Olds Grizzlys.
Dennis Cesana led the offensive attack Friday night with a two-goal performance as the Bandits blanked the visiting Grizzlys 9-0 in game one of the series. Full Story >
|SJC Crusaders have fabulous experience|
The SJC Crusaders girls basketball team had a great experience at provincials. They went into the three day competition wanting to prove that they could play with the best 2A teams in the province and that is what they did.
The first game had them up against Mayerthorpe. The Crusaders cruised to an easy victory with a 56-32 win. The entire team was able to see lots of court time throughout this battle.
Outstanding performers for the Crusaders were Kira Kopec with 27 points and Emmalyn Elgersma with 14 points. Full Story >