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The Westman Wildcats announce Head Coach for the 2013- 2014 season.
Apr 8, 2013, 1:49 pm

Guy Williams will be leading the Wildcats into the new season and he brings with him experience as an active participant within the hockey community as a player, coach, and organizer.  Guy was a member of both the Portage Terriers of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League and the Brandon Bobcats in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS).

Guy has coached for 14 years in the minor hockey system and more recently with the AAA Female Bantam program in the Westman South Region.  He received his Bachelor of Education in 1996 and has been teaching  for 17 years  with the last 8 years as principal of Hartney and now currently Souris School.

Guy has acquired hockey certification including his High Performance Level and the Wildcats look forward to the new season beginning in 2013- 2014.   He currently resides in Souris with his wife Rhonda and their three children Matt, Brianna and Tori who all play hockey.   The Westman Wildcats Organization look forward to  the upcoming year as he brings his experience to the program to  create an environment in which these young women can develop both the athletic skills and the life skills to reach their highest potential. 

Apr 7, 2013, 8:20 pm

The Westman Wildcat Prospect Camp for the 2013-2014 season begins this Tuesday, April 9, 2013

The response to the Prospect Camp has been fantastic and we have revamped the schedule to accommodate the numbers.    We have added a dryland component to the evenings so we ask that you bring along some workout clothes and runners as well as a water bottle. 



Team White 1 vs Team Blue 1   Arrive by 6:30pm.  On the ice at 7:40pm

Team White 2 vs Team Blue 2     Arrive by 7:40pm  On the ice at 8:40pm



Team White 1 vs Team Blue 2   Arrive by 7:00pm.  On the ice at 8:00pm

Team White 2 vs Team Blue 1  Arrive by 8:00pm.  On the ice at 9:00pm

Blue 1

Emma Greenwood-G-1997--#1

Kaitlyn Slator-G-2000--#35

Jessica “ Tree” Vallotton-D-1995--#16

Kaitlyn “Katie” Crowe-D-1998--#14

Shaelyn Vallotton-D-1999--#2

Stephanie Lyons-D-2000--#3

Sam “Sammy” Dyck-F-1995--#12

Keisha “Kesha” Robertson-F-1996--#17

Shayna Fluker-F-1996--#4

Mackenzie Roach-F-1998--#11

McKenzie Meek-F-1999--#6

Hayley Husmann-F-1999--#7

Brooklyn Roach-F-2000--#8

Jordyn Malyon-F-2000--#15

Lauren Murray-F-1999-#19


Blue 2

Amber “Tilly” Tilbury-G-1997--#1

Jenna Marshall-G-2000--#35

Jenna “Paddy” Patterson-D-1997--#3

Brittany Cross-D-1998--#10

Jasmine Pipella-D-1999--#5

Ashton Bell-D-1999--#12

Tori Williams-D-2000--#13

Karissa “KK” Kirkup-F-1995--#11

Ashleigh “Bryk” Brykaliuk-F-1995--#19

Megan “Robby” Robertson-F-1996--#15

Kenzie Robinson-F-1998--#14

Aimee Hunt-F-1998--#16

Shasta Kalmakoff-F-1999--#17

Camryn Clyne-F-2000--#18

Danielle Wallace-F-1998--#9

Jaedon Cook-F-1998--#2


White 1

Sky Brown-G-1996--#35

Gina “Beans” Williams-D-1996--#6

Courtney “Court” Ganske-D-1998--#4

Leah Richard-D-2000--#2

Jessica Walker-D-2000--#3

Amanda “Coo” Coey-F-1995--#13

Karissa “Haner” Haney-F-1995--#10

Jaycee “Mags” Magwood-F-1997--#7

Miranda Brigden-F-1998--#5

Faith Billaert -F-1999--#8

Rikki Clark-F-1999--#9

Brittany Bridges-F-1999--#11

Cameron Rinn-F-2000--#12


White 2

Kristen “Soupy” Campbell-G-1997--#35

Tori Eilers-G-2000--#1

Kaitlyn “Kato” Whaley-D-1995--#2

Melissa “Missy” Hunt-D-1997--#5

Brianna Williams-D-1998--#13

Ashley Seekings-D-2000--#14

Teagan “Chips” Pringle-F-1995--#9

Kjierstan “KJ” Wallace-F-1997--#8

Jossa “Joe” Danis-F-1997--#18

McKenna Thiessen-F-1998--#15

Andrea Sanderson-F-1999--#16

Haley Wickham-F-2000--#17

Cassie Bartley-F-2000--#19

Lexie Kalynuk-F-1997--#4




Westman Wildcats go 8 for 8
Apr 2, 2013, 2:49 pm



   Samantha TeaganKarissa Kaitlyn

The Wildcats organization would again like to congratulate our senior group of players for achieving their dreams and goals and receiving scholarships to universities entering the 2013/2014 hockey season. Sending this many girls on scholarships in one year is unprecedented and the Wildcat coaching staff and management would like to wish all of these players success in their academic and athletic goals. We are very proud of you for representing the Wildcat organization with hard work and dedication and the character you have shown over the past three to four years is second to none.  Good Luck!


Westman Wildcats Head Coach Position
Mar 26, 2013, 9:38 am

Westman Wildcats Head Coach Position  

The Westman Wildcats Female Midget Regional hockey team, in association with the Westman South region, is currently seeking applicants for Head Coach Position for the 2013/2014 hockey season.  

The Wildcats have a strong tradition of excellence and have secured both Provincial and National Championship titles since their inaugural season.  The team plays in the MFMHL (Manitoba Female Midget Hockey League) and participates in a number of elite AAA female tournaments across Western Canada and the Northern United States.  The team practices and plays out of Hartney, Manitoba.

 The Hiring Committee is looking for enthusiastic, organized, self-motivated individuals that are positive in their approach to the game, and dedicated to excellence. The successful candidates must have strong communication skills.

Coach applicants must have minimum “Development 1” coaching certification.  

All interested individuals please submit your resume and cover letter to:

Westman Wildcats

Box 386

Souris, Manitoba

R0K 2C0


For additional information on the Westman Wildcats program contact:

Kary Kirkup   kjkirkup@mts.net

Application Deadline  April 3, 2013

Prospect Camp
Mar 26, 2013, 9:35 am

Westman Wildcat 2013 Prospect Camp

We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to the Westman Wildcat Prospect Camp for the 2013-2014 season.  This camp is open to all 1996-2000 born players.

The Westman Wildcat Female Midget Hockey Program offers elite level players in the Westman region the opportunity to compete against and with the highest level female midget players in North America. 

Information can be seen on web site www.westmanwildcats.com  which covers our schedule, stats, tournaments, links and  team news stories.

Camp Times

April 9                         7:40pm – 9:30pm                 Hartney Arena

April 10                      8:00pm – 9:30pm                 Hartney Arena

 Camp Registration is available online at www.westmanwildcats.com   Click on the prospect camp registration on left hand side

For additional information or if you unable to register online contact:


Kary Kirkup               204 851-6567

Carole Williams        204 483 - 3622

Penny Hunt              204 858 -2183

$25 camp fee (payable to Hartney Junior Sports)           

Hartney Junior Sports

C/0 Todd Ardron

Box 131

Hartney, MB              R0M 0X0

Karissa Haney Commits to Augsburg College
Mar 25, 2013, 9:39 am


Karissa Haney has committed to play for the Augsburg College Auggies for the 2013-2014 hockey season. The college is located in Minneapolis, MN enrolling more than 3800 students. The Augsburg Auggies are a NCAA Division Three hockey team that play in the MIAC (Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference). While attending Augsburg, Karissa will be enrolling in the Education department working towards her teaching degree.  Karissa hails from Killarney, Manitoba where she is an honor roll student. She also is an outstanding softball hitter playing infield for the Raiders softball team. Karissa has been a very consistent performer for the Wildcats in her three years with the organization. Karissa has amassed 38 goals and has added 26 assists in her time as a Wildcat. She is a very dedicated player and is a great teammate on and off the ice. The Wildcat organization would like to congratulate Karissa and wish her good luck with her academic and athletic goals in the MIAC and as an Auggie.

Game 4 of MFMHL Final Series @ Hartney Sunday, March 24th 2013
Mar 25, 2013, 9:23 am

GAME 4.......
This game on Sunday, March 24th, was the third time in the Series the winning team would secure the win by just one goal. 
The Hartney Community Arena, by game time at 2:00pm was packed with a crowd of over 400. The Wildcat Fans came out in full force. Our dedicated longtime Town of Hartney fans, walking in with smiles on their faces as they went to their special seats ready to cheer for the Wildcat girls. The Wildcats themselves who come from 11 different communities, had family and friends ready to cheer on the Cats! Outside in the rink it wasn't hard to spot the many Wildcat Fans, who wore blue and cheering with a noise maker. Everyone excited with the Wildcats win in Morden on Friday, the Double OT game two days earlier in Hartney. This Series was not only proving to be a tight one, but showcasing the elite level of female hockey between the two teams. The whole Southwest Region proud of the Wildcats success this year in the MFMHL and playing in the Final.
Sunday's game was very well played by both teams with neither team giving nothing up defensively. Period 1 From the first face off, the Wildcats outplayed the Hawks and by the 12:04 mark had outshot them 6-0, with key chances at net but Hawks Brittnay Mowat was there. Kristen Campbell at the other end when the Hawks tried pressing. The Wildcats defended four powerplays in the period. After twenty minutes the shots were 10-6 in favor of the Cats. Period 2 The crowd watching the Wildcats with each shift on the ice, their determined effort against the Hawks. The Wildcats cheered after putting the puck in the net, but the Ref  signalled no goal since he blew the whistle just before. Both teams were pressing in the defensive zones. At 7:51 the Hawks got a wrist shot under the cross bar. When the period ended, it was 1-0 for the Hawks. Period 3 Saw the Wildcats playing desperate hockey every shift against now a defensive Hawks team. Wildcats 0 Hawks 1. Game Shots on Goal: Wildcats 26 Hawks 17 

Game 3 of MFMHL Final Series @ Morden Friday, March 22nd 2013
Mar 23, 2013, 1:51 am

The Wildcats and Hawks Final Series two-game recap; GAME 1 was at Morden,Tuesday March 19th. The Hawks appreared to maybe have the momentum edge. The Wildcats, had swept the Winnipeg Aros a week ago and the Hawks fresh off a tight semi-final game with the Central Plains Capitals. This game with the Capitals was a 1-1 game until seconds remaing in the third period, when the Hawks would score a powerplay goal to win the game and the semi-final round over the Caps.  GAME 2 was at Hartney the next day on March 20th. This game between the Cats and Hawks went to 72 minutes before the Hawks would score on a powerplay to win the game.

This game was back in Morden on Friday, March 22nd at 8:00pm. IF you weren't there, you missed an exciting game. The Wildcats facing a 2-0 series lead by the Hawks, were ready to rumble. The Wildcats defended three powerplays in Period two and outshot the Hawks in the last twenty minutes of the game.
Period 1 was end to end action with equal shots on net, until the Cats were handed a tripping penalty and the Hawks  worked a powerplay. This period the Cats with a few key opportunites on the Hawks net. After 20 minutes there was no score. Period 2 the Cats came out with momentum, quick off the face off and into the Hawks zone. Teagan Pringle fired her branded wrist shot at the net, Jaycee Magwood off to the side put the rebound in the net @ 19:18. It was 1-0 for the Cats. The Wildcats were handed a penalty. The Wildcats defended three powerplays throughout the period which the Hawks took full advantage of, accumulating shots (with a period total of 21) on net. But Kristen Campbell who after the regular season was first in MFMHL rankings in GAA, save% and shutouts with 11, shut the door on the Hawks. Again the Wildcats had a some key chances, pressing in the offensive zone. The Wildcats had a powerplay @ 5:45. Half way into Hawks Keen got a shorthanded goal, with a slap shot inside the blue line. The period ended 1-1. Period 3 the intensity level increased. A total of five goals were scored. The Wildcats pressing in the offensive zone with good plays, outshooting the Hawks in the period. The Hawks pressing with every opportunity. Jaycee Magwood scored her second of the game (unassisted), she came in left wing and put the puck top shelf in the net. The Wildcats third goal of the game started with Samantha Dyck feeding Amanda Coey, who protecting the puck from the Hawks defence to slide the puck five hole in the net. The Wildcats were pressing with more chances. The Hawks added two goals in the period, one on a scamble in front of the net @ 6:25 remaining in the period to tie the game 3-3. At 1:49 the Hawks were handed a penalty. The Wildcats pressuring, with a scramble at the side of the net, Ashleigh Brykaliuk flipped the puck up under the crossbar. WILDCATS WON 4-3. Game Shots on Goal: Wildcats 21- Hawks 39  Campbell with 36 saves.

Next Game....will be at Hartney on Sunday, March 24th  Puck Drops @ 2:00pm.


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