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Bandits roll past AJHL weekend opposition
Brooks Bandits will look to continue their red hot play Wednesday night when they entertain Camrose Kodiaks.
Head coach and general manager Ryan Papaioannou’s team kept pace with the Calgary Canucks this past weekend in AJHL play.
The Bandits downed the Canmore Eagles 3-0 at home Friday night and followed it up with a 3-2 overtime win over the Okotoks Oilers.  Full Story >
BCHS varsity girls place second at zone event
Brooks Composite High School varsity girls volleyball team recently travelled to Bert Church School in Airdrie for their 3A Zone Playdowns.
Initially not even invited to the event, an oversight by the organizing committee, the Buffalos were given a sketchy ranking of 9 out of 9 teams attending the event. A few emails from other team’s coaches started to raise questions about the ranking as the four Rockyview teams (Springbank, Bert Church, Cochrane, and Bow Valley) were ranked in the top four positions leaving the perimeter zone teams in the lower positions. After a redraw was made, BCHS was ranked fifth with the Rockyview teams still holding the top four positions.   Full Story >
Madison Marshall wins volleyball MVP award
This past week, Brooks Composite High School played host to the South East Zone Volleyball League All-Star game and banquet. This game was to showcase the volleyball talent that exists in the Southeast Alberta. The collection of players from Brooks Composite, Medicine Hat High, Crescent Heights, Eagle Butte, Senator Gershaw, McCoy and Foremost travelled to Brooks to complete the league schedule. The week prior, McCoy girls and Eagle Butte boys won their respective league championship games.
Five players from Brooks were selected to the All Star game. Tyler Bolen, Shamus Kidd (BCHS Sr. Boys) and Madison Marshall, Rachael Tanigami and Kaytin Beblow (BCHS Sr. Girls) each played in the game representing their school well.   Full Story >
Provincial champions
St. Joseph’s Collegiate Crusaders capped off an undefeated season Friday by winning their second straight Alberta Six Man Football League provincial championship.
The two best teams met at Shouldice Park in Calgary Friday night. In the end, it was the Crusaders who came out on top of a 74-12 decision over Rimbey.
The Crusaders went undefeated during the season while Rimbey posted a 10-1 record. Their only loss was against Julian Annicchiarico’s team.  Full Story >
County taxes to jump 

City’s SDAB to hear liquor store appeal Dec. 14 

Brooks man gets 26 months in custody 

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