|Buffalos give all but just fall short|
Brooks Composite High Romer Buffalos will meet the Crescent Heights Vikings in Medicine Hat Friday to determine third place in the Rangeland Football Conference.
The Buffalos were relegated to the third place game after dropping a 6-3 semi-final game Friday evening to the Medicine Hat High Mohawks.
Head coach Jon Velasco said it was a good game even though they did not come out on top.
Cesar Montesinos kicked one field goal and missed on another in the first quarter when the ball bounced off the goal post. Full Story >
|Chinook Rodeo finals goes this weekend|
The Chinook Rodeo Association (CRA) finals will take place at the Silver Sage Community Corral this weekend.
The top 120 contestants, aged six to 60, from across southern Alberta and Saskatchewan, will vie for the championship buckle in 11 rodeo events.
Entertainment will be provided by Canadian trick riding champions which include local riders Piper Yule, Shelby Burns and Dylan Beasley. They, along with Jayna Hale, Jen Sych and Payton Bensmiller, will be heading to the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada in December. Full Story >
|Mustangs skate to win over Bandits|
Brooks Bandits will attempt to get back on the winning track this week with road games in Fort McMurray and Bonnyville.
The defending AJHL champions will meet the Oil Barons Thursday and the Pontiacs Friday evening. They will wrap up a road swing with a game Monday against the Camrose Kodiaks.
The team entered the week in fourth place but with games in hand following a 3-2 loss to the Calgary Mustangs. Full Story >
|Roadrunners post undefeated record|
Brooks Roadrunners completed an undefeated season in the Bantam Rangeland Football Conference Saturday.
The Roadrunners defeated the Parkside Pythons 46-6 in Medicine Hat to place first overall. The first place finish means the boys from Brooks will have home field advantage throughout the playoffs.
The team will host the Medicine Hat Hawks Thursday evening with the kickoff slated for 5 p.m.
While the score does not indicate it, head coach Jaret Hofer said his team was in a dogfight for the first half. Full Story >
|Sr. B Lady Buffalos top weekend team|
The newly formed Sr. B Lady Buffalos travelled to Eckville this past weekend to take part in the annual Eckville Senior volleyball tournament.
The ladies demonstrated some excellent play throughout the tournament and were rewarded in the playoffs with a perfect performance, said coach Al Bellamy.
The girls opened up action against the team from Delburne. The two teams started play by making some very good plays followed by some uncharacteristic effort. In the end the two teams split the two games with Delburne winning the first 25-21 and Brooks the second 25-22. Full Story >