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St. Cloud Fall Classic
Sep 24, 2011, 10:53 pm

St. Cloud Fall Classic

The Wildcats travelled to St.Cloud friday to take part in the fall classic showcase. Saturday morning saw the Wildcats meeting up with UMEHSL White in their first game of the day.The Cats found themselves in a battle with a strong team of talented players and while they battled hard and had a few good scoring chances were unable to score. While at the other end Cat goalie Kristen Campbell faced 33 shots and gave up 5 goals.

The second game of the day saw the Wildcats lining up against another UMEHSL team, team Red came out flying and scored 18 seconds into the game. The cats worked harder then they had in the morning but were taken advantage of on every mistake they made. the cats were able to score on a powerplay opportunity in the 1st when Jessica Vallotton blasted a point shot on a feed from Elise Badiou. This would be the cats only goal Saturday as they lost this game by a score of 9-1. The UMEHSL is a league of elite high school players from the Upper Midwest who play in this program before going back and joining their regular teams for the winter. After the two game preliminary round teams are seeded out, the cats are seeded 8th and will take on the UMEHSL team Black sunday morning.

Jul 30, 2011, 7:53 pm


   A pair of Westman Wildcats have advanced to the final 25 players in Team Manitoba's U-18 Program of Excellence. This process began in February and the final 20 players will be selected after a weekend exhibition series against the University of Manitoba Bisons on September 30 - October 2.

   Jessica Vallotton is a grade 11 student in Glenboro while Karissa Kirkup is a grade 11 student attending Virden. Both girls are entering their third year with the Wildcat Program. The Wildcats would like to congratulate Jessica and Karissa on all of their accomplishments so far and wish them all the best in their quest to make the final roster for Team Manitoba.

May 10, 2011, 5:26 pm


   Westman Wildcats Jessica Vallotton, Karissa Kirkup and Amanda Coey have all moved on to Team Manitoba's U-18 Top 40 Camp which will be held May 26-29 2011 in Winnipeg.

   The Program of Excellence Top 40 Camp is the third phase of the selection process for the U-18 Team Manitoba roster that will compete at the 2011 National U-18 Women's Championship in Sageunay, Quebec this November.

   The Westman Wildcats would like to wish Jessica, Karissa and Amanda all the best. Go Cats Go.

Apr 14, 2011, 9:28 am


    The Westman Wildcats just wrapped up their annual Prospects Camp April 11-13. There were 36 girls taking part in the camp forming 2 teams : Team Black and Team White. Monday night saw Team White come out on top with a 4-1 victory, Tuesday night was a 2-2 draw and Wednesday, the final night, saw Team Black pull out a 2-1 victory and even the series. All 3 nights saw very competitive games with the pace getting quicker each night out.

    The Wildcats will be holding their annual windup banquet on Thursday April 21 in Hartney to complete the 2010-2011 season.

Apr 7, 2011, 4:38 pm


    The Westman Wildcats Regional Female Midget Hockey Team are proud to announce that Stephen Vandenberghe of Brandon has been named the new Head Coach of the Wildcat program.

     Vandenberghe has extensive experience coaching throughout the years at all levels and was an assistant coach with the Westman Wildcats this past season.

Westman Wildcats Prospect Camp
Apr 4, 2011, 12:57 pm

Westman Wildcats Prospect Camp

The Westman Wildcats regional female midget hockey program will be hosting their Prospects camp April 11-13th at the Hartney Arena.  Cost for the three evenings is $25.00. 

This is open to all players 94 – 98.  If you have already registered, we look forward to seeing you on April 11th.

 Monday, April 11    7:40pm – 9:10pm

Tuesday, April 12   7:30pm – 9:00pm

Wednesday, April 13  7:40pm – 9:10pm

 The camp will help identify players eligible for the Wildcats over the next few seasons as well as let potential players and parents familiarize themselves with the Wildcat program and its philosophies.

 The program has had great success both individually, as 25 former Wildcats have had the opportunity to play college hockey, as well as collectively as a program, the Wildcats have medaled Provincially for five of the last six years. This camp will allow many players and parents to get a better understanding of how this  development is fostered throughout the athletes time with the program.

 To register for the program please visit the Westman Wildcats Website at www.westmanwildcats.com and go to link on left hand prospect camp registration.  Please pass this information on to anyone who may have an interest in attending.


If you require additional information you can contact:

Dan De Kezel    747-2940

Carole Williams  483 - 3622


Mar 27, 2011, 9:09 am


   The Westman Wildcats are proud to announce that Kiara DeKezel has committed to the NCAA Division III University of Wisconsin-Superior Yellowjackets.

   DeKezel, a senior at Deloraine School, is the only graduating senior with the Wildcats this season, and is the last Westman Wildcat who was a member of the 2009 Esso Cup National Championship team.

   DeKezel will be joining former Westman Wildcats Sheryl Kaskiw and Teal Crosson on the Yellowjacket roster for the 2011-2012 season.

Mar 20, 2011, 8:28 pm


The Westman Wildcats were at the MTS Iceplex in Winnipeg this past weekend for the 2011 Manitoba Provincial AA Midget Female Tournament. Friday morning’s game had the Wildcats up against the Winnipeg Titans and the Cats came out very slowly and paid the price for this as they found themselves down 5 – 0 after the first period. A quick regroup in between periods had the Cats come out and play much better, scoring 2 goals of their own in the second period making the score 5 – 2 after the second period. The Wildcats put on a lot of pressure in the third period but were unable to score and the final score was 6 – 2 for the Titans. Rachelle Lougheed was in net for the Wildcats and shots were 33 – 25 in favor of Westman. The Wildcat point getters were Teagan Pringle and Karissa Kirkup with a goal each and single assists to Elise Badiou, Samantha Dyck, Amanda Coey and Kiara DeKezel.

Friday evening’s game had the Wildcats up against the Yellowhead Chiefs with the winner of this game moving on to the medal round. The Wildcats came out very hard in this game and controlled a lot of the territorial play throughout the game and outshot Yellowhead 45 – 21. Period scores were 2 – 0 Yellowhead after the first period with 2 powerplay markers, 3 – 1 Yellowhead after the second period and after a tremendous third period the Wildcats came back for a 4 – 3 final score. Rachelle Lougheed was in net for the Wildcats and point getters were Karissa Kirkup and Gina Williams with a goal and an assist each, Elise Badiou and Bailee Goodon with a goal each, two assists to Kaitlyn Whaley, and single assists to Teagan Pringle and Kiara DeKezel.

Saturday evening’s game had the Wildcats playing the Pembina Trail Twins with the winner of this game moving on to the semi-finals on Sunday. The Wildcats came out of the gate flying and never stopped from the start of the game until the final buzzer. The Wildcats outshot the Twins 45 - 17, with period scores of 0 – 0 after the first period, 2 – 0 after the second period for the Wildcats and final score was 3 – 0 Westman. Rachelle Lougheed played well in the Wildcat net getting the shutout. Wildcat point getters were Karissa Kirkup with a goal and an assist, Jessica Vallotton and Elise Badiou with a goal each and a single assist to Jaycee Magwood.

Sunday morning had the Wildcats playing the Pembina Valley Hawks in the semi-final game and the Cats came out hard in this game but Pembina Valley was the more experienced team in this game and this showed. The Wildcats battled hard and in fact dominated in the second period but just didn’t capitalize on enough of their chances and the Hawks did. Period scores were 3 – 1 PV after the first period, 4 – 2 PV after two periods and a 5 – 2 final score for the Hawks. Shots were 34 – 22 in PV’s favor with Rachelle Lougheed in the Westman net. Point getters were Jessica Vallotton with a goal and an assist and Teagan Pringle with a goal, and an assist going to Jaycee Magwood.

We then had a 2 hour break before playing the bronze medal game against the Eastman Selects and as usual this was a real battle between these 2 teams with plenty of chances at both ends of the ice. Period scores were 1 – 1 after the first period, 2 – 2 after the second period, and the final score ending up 4 -2 in favor of Eastman. Rachelle Lougheed was in net and the Wildcat point getters were Bailee Goodon and Karissa Kirkup with a goal each and single assists to Jaycee Magwood, Karissa Haney, and Kiara DeKezel. That wraps up game competition for the 2010 – 2011 season with the Wildcat Prospects Camp the second week of April being the team’s last official function of the year.

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