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Apr 30, 2008, 8:49 am
Westman Wildcats Try Out Camp Aug 8th-10th
The Westman Wildcats will hold their 2008-2009 try out camp at the Sportsplex in Brandon on August 8th-10th.


This camp is open to any female hockey player born in 1991-1992-1993 that is playing or living in the Westman region.


The camp will begin Friday, August 8th in the evening an on ice session. Saturday will continue with two on ice sessions and conclude with a Sunday scrimmage and an announcement of the 2008-2009 Westman Wildcat team.


The season will begin on September 2nd with dry land training, classroom whiteboard instruction and on ice for the month of September with 3 a week on ice practices beginning in October.


The program has tentatively set its tournament schedule with the major tournament being; Little Caesars in Detroit, Minnesota Thoroughbreds in St. Paul, Notre Dame Hounds in Wilcox, Mac's in Calgary, The Comets in Saskatoon, Our own Wildcats in Hartney as well as the Shattuck St. Mary's Series in Faribault.


Letters will be sent out to all players registered in the Westman region for dates, times and registration process. As well updated information will be found on this website.


For more information contact


Director Of Hockey Operations

Wes Phillips






Apr 17, 2008, 9:08 am

            Westman Wildcats Complete Inaugural Season




The Westman Wildcats Female Midget hockey team completed a very successful 2007-2008 inaugural campaign


The Wildcats played 50 games this season and had a record of 33-16-1 in tournament and exhibition play.


The Westman squad played in 8 Midget AAA tournaments in Western Canada and The United States as well as three different mini-series with Manitoba Regional teams, and included a series at Shattuck St Mary's in Minnesota. Single exhibition games were played with teams from the Saskatchewan AAA female league, US Colleges, Manitoba Regional teams as well as Winnipeg AA and Balmoral Hall.


This season allowed the young athletes to compete against the best female midget talent in North America and to help develop their skills against the top programs in female hockey.


The players were exposed to many colleges and the team's players were charted and scouted by Hockey Canada for inclusion in Team Canada's U18 and U22 programs.

With close to 30 NCAA, CIS, ACHA, ACAC schools actively recruiting Westman Wildcat players, it has given many the opportunity to continue their education and hockey.


This closes the page on the winter season with seven graduating players moving on, the Westman Wildcat tryout camp August 15-17 will prove to be a spirited affair with players vying for the opportunity to be the next "WILDCATS".






Apr 14, 2008, 1:28 pm

2007-2008 Westman Wildcat Team Stats



The Westman Wildcats finished out their 2007-2008 season on the weekend with a loss in the Bronze game to Warner Warriors of the Warner Hockey School at the Balmoral Hall Great White North Invitational Tournament.


2007-2008 Season Synapsis


The Wildcats finished out with 33 wins 16 losses and 1 tie in the 50 games they played.


The Westman squad scored 229 goals, for a 4.58 GF average. The team gave up 109 goals for a GAA of 2.18.


The squad was given 552 minutes in penalties, 11.04 minutes a game.


7 of the teams 16 losses were one-goal affairs while 3 were two goal games. The Cats were only able to win 3 one-goal games while winning 5 two-goal games and 25 wins were by 3 or more goals.


4 of the Teams 16 losses came at the hands of Balmoral Hall, while the team had 2 losses each to Shattuck's St. Mary's and the Calgary Flyers.

Apr 8, 2008, 7:50 am

Westman's Williams &Vanbuskirk Sign with SAIT & Lethbridge




Westman Wildcats  Midget Female hockey team is proud to announce the signing of their two captains for the 2008-2009 year.


Seniors Amanda Williams and Amy Vanbuskirk with both be packing their hockey bags and going west to continue their education and hockey careers this fall.


Senior Amy Vanbuskirk from Brandon has signed with the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns who plays in Canada West of the CIS.


Vanbuskirk a senior in Crocus Plains, will be patrolling the blueline for the Pronghorns for the next 5 seasons and is going to add a steadying, mature influence to their program.


Williams, a grade 12 student at the Souris High School will be suiting up with the SAIT Trojans in Calgary of the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference.


Williams, a defenseman from Souris, will be joining fellow Westman product Jordan Lonsberry of Virden who joined the Trojans last season.


Both Williams and Vanbuskirk were captains on this years Wildcats squad and have garnered a lot of attention from different schools throughout the year so it is understandable that both of these Alberta schools are excited to land these two standout defensemen to their respective programs.


It is also an exciting opportunity for both of these athletes to be able to continue their education as well as being able to play a varsity sport at these institutions.

Apr 3, 2008, 9:27 am

Westman Blue/White Games Huge Success


The Westman Wildcats and the Westman Bantam Challenge teams competed in a series of intersquad scrimmages that can only be summed up by being called a huge success.


With both teams getting ready for big tournaments next weekend these game situations helped to prepare both teams.


On Tuesday night Team Blue was able to edge Team White an offensive game by a 6-4 score. Wednesday saw a more defensive game with Team White turning the tables and recording a 3-2 win to even the series.


The Wildcats are preparing to play in the Annual Balmoral Hall Tournament in Winnipeg while the Bantams are getting ready for the Bantam Challenge in The Pas.

Westman Wildcat/Bantam Challenge Blue/White Scrimmage
Mar 31, 2008, 11:41 pm
Team White   Team Blue
Jen Durnin   Britt Philips
Sara Baker   Meg Bailey
Laura Williams   Cheryl Shackel
Kayleigh Chapman   Val Stephenson
Krista Vancauwenberghe   Kiara Dekezel
Elise Badiou   Brooke Kirkwood
Bailee Goodon   Morgan Murray
Marlee Stewart   Shanlee Dickson
Sarah Williams   Amanda Williams
Brandi Pollock   Jodi Goforth
Marial Murray   Jaydene Somerville
Jenna Lamb   Jacy Mann
Ellyn Polk   Teal Crosson
3 goalies rotating;   Lacey Adams
                              Brianne McFarlane
                              Darby Peaslee

Mar 28, 2008, 8:46 am

Wildcats to Host Regional Blue White Scrimmage


Hartney will be the host for the Blue White scrimmages to be held Tuesday April 1st and Wednesday April 2nd for the Westman Bantam Challenge players and the Westman Wildcats.


The two teams will be split up for a pair of scrimmages each evening. This will give the Wildcats some much-needed game practice while the Bantams will have the opportunity to challenge themselves at the next level.


The Bantam Challenge team is preparing for their Provincial Bantam Challenge tournament in The Pas while the Wildcats are preparing for the Balmoral Hall Tournament in Winnipeg. Both of these events are on April 11-13

Mar 16, 2008, 9:11 am

Wildcats Sweep Yellowhead and Pembina Valley



The Westman Wildcats Female Midget  team swept an exhibition series with host Yellowhead Chiefs and the Pembina Valley Hawks on the weekend.


The Wildcats first action was against the host Yellowhead Chiefs. The Cats came out quickly and scored three first period goals without giving one up to go into the break 3-0.


In the second the Westman squad cranked up the offense potting 5 more while allowing Yellowhead their only marker of the game.


The third period saw the Wildcats score the only goal of the period to take the win 9-1.


The Cats fired 47 shots at the Yellowhead net while the goaltending dual of Kim Jory and Lacey Adams stopped 25 shots fired their way.


The Wildcats had their scoring spread around with 8 different players finding the back of the net.


The Cats next action had them facing off against the Pembina Valley Hawks.


The wildcats scored the only two goals of the first while applying enormous pressure on the Hawks goalie peppering her with 28 first period shots.


The Westman team found the back of the net 3 times in the second while giving up a marker to the Hawks, for a second period break of 5-1 Cats.


In the third the wildcats outscored their opponent 2-1 to have a final score of 7-2. . Brit Philips led the Wildcats in scoring this game getting the hat trick.


The Cats out shot the Hawks 57-19 in the game and took 6 of the 11 minors called.

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