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Dec 14, 2009, 11:49 am

Wildcats Go 3-2 at Notre Dame Hounds Showcase

The Westman Wildcats Regional Female Midget Hockey team competed in the Notre Dame Hounds Annual Showcase last weekend and came away with a three and two record. The Wildcats joined 15 other female midget teams from Western Canada in this Annual Showcase in Wilcox Saskatchewan.

The Cats first action was on Thursday morning and brought them up against the Pursuit of Excellence team from Kelowna. The Wildcats came up on the short end of a 4-0 to the tournaments eventual champions.

Westmans next opponents were the Weyburn Goldwings of the Saskatchewan AAA League. The Wildcats got on the winning side of things in this contest by a three nothing score. Kelsie Sanderson of Melita, Meg Bailey of Oak lake and Brandi Pollock of Virden did the scoring for the Wildcats while Darby Peaslee of Souris got the shut out in the Cat net.

Friday had the Wildcats facing off against the St Albert Slash and the Cats lost this game 4-1. Bailey scored the Cats lone goal in this contest.

Saturday’s game had the Westman squad hitting the ice against the Lloydminster Steelers. The Wildcats notched their second win of the tournament putting up a four one score. Bailey and Sanderson again found the scoreboard for the Cats while Jessica Vallotton of Glenboro and Amanda Coey of Brandon also added singles.

The Wildcats final game on Sunday had them facing the Winnipeg Titans and the Cats took their tournament record to 3 and 2 with a 3-1 win.

Bailey scored a pair while Souris’s Sheryl Kaskiw added the Cats other goal.

The Wildcats are at home for a pair this weekend with Pembina Valley visiting Hartney on Saturday and Eastman coming out on Sunday. Sunday’s game will have the official Banner raising for the National Championship Banner the program won last April.


Dec 7, 2009, 9:26 am
    Hosted by: Athol Murray College of Notre Dame  
                 
  From December 10th - 13th  
                 
Division A Division B Division C Division D  
  Regina Rebels Weyburn Goldwings Swift Current Wildcats Notre Dame Hounds
  Red Deer Chiefs St. Albert Slash Edmonton Thunder Calgary Bruins  
  Eastman Selects Westman Wildcats Winnipeg Titans   Pembina Valley Hawks
  Lloydminster Steelers Pursuit of Excellence Highwood Raiders   Balmoral Hall Blazers
Gm # Time Arena Day Division Home Team  Hm Score Visiting Team  Vst Score
1 8:00 AM Milestone Thursday A Regina   Lloydminster  
2 8:00 AM ND Thursday A Red Deer   Eastman  
3 10:30 AM Milestone Thursday B Weyburn   St. Albert  
4 10:30 AM ND Thursday B POE   Westman  
5 1:00 PM Milestone Thursday C Swift Current   Highwood  
6 1:00 PM ND Thursday C Edmonton   Winnipeg Titans  
7 3:30 PM Milestone Thursday D Calgary Bruins   Pembina Valley  
8 3:30 PM ND Thursday D Notre Dame   Balmoral Hall  
9 6:00 PM Milestone Thursday A Eastman   Regina  
10 6:00 PM ND Thursday A Lloydminster   Red Deer  
11 8:30 PM Milestone Thursday B Westman   Weyburn  
12 8:30 PM ND Thursday B St. Albert   POE  
13 8:00 AM Milestone Friday C Winnipeg Titans   Swift Current  
14 8:00 AM ND Friday C Highwood   Edmonton  
15 10:30 AM Milestone Friday D Balmoral Hall   Calgary Bruins  
16 10:30 AM ND Friday D Pembina Valley   Notre Dame  
17 1:00 PM Milestone Friday A Eastman   Lloydminster  
18 1:00 PM ND Friday A Regina   Red Deer  
19 3:30 PM Milestone Friday B St. Albert   Westman  
20 3:30 PM ND Friday B POE   Weyburn  
21 6:00 PM Milestone Friday C Highwood   Winnipeg Titans  
22 6:00 PM ND Friday C Edmonton   Swift Current  
23 8:30 PM Milestone Friday D Pembina Valley   Balmoral Hall  
24 8:30 PM ND Friday D Calgary Bruins   Notre Dame  
25 9:00 AM Milestone Saturday   3rd Place A   3rd Place B  
26 9:00 AM ND Saturday   3rd Place D   3rd Place C  
27 11:30 AM Milestone Saturday   2nd Place B   2nd Place A  
28 11:30 AM ND Saturday   2nd Place C   2nd Place D  
29 2:00 PM Milestone Saturday   1st Place B   1st Place A  
30 2:00 PM ND Saturday   1st Place C   1st Place D  
31 4:30 PM Milestone Saturday   4th Place A   4th Place B  
32 4:30 PM ND Saturday   4th Place D   4th Place C  
  8:00 PM ND Saturday   Skills Competition
33 8:00 AM Milestone Sunday   Loser Game 31   Loser Game 32  
35 8:00 AM ND Sunday   Winner Game 32   Winner Game 31  
34 10:30 AM Milestone Sunday   Loser Game 25   Loser Game 26  
38 10:30 AM ND Sunday   Winner Game 26   Winner Game 25  
36 1:00 PM Milestone Sunday   Loser Game 27   Loser Game 28  
37 1:00 PM ND Sunday   Winner Game 28   Winner Game 27  
39 3:30 PM Milestone Sunday   Loser Game 29   Loser Game 30  
40 3:30 PM ND Sunday   Winner Game 30   Winner Game 29  

Dec 6, 2009, 8:15 am

Game vs Central in Wawanesa has been Cancelled

The Sunday night game in Wawanesa vs Central has been cancelled.  Central had to back out due to a shortage of players.

The Wildcats practice both Monday and Tuesday in Hartney before heading to the Notre Dame Hounds Showcase on Wednesday.

 


Nov 30, 2009, 9:53 am

Wildcats Go 3 and 1 at Minnesota Thoroughbreds Thanksgiving Tournament

 

The Westman Wildcat Female Midget Regional Hockey Team had a 3 and 1 record at the Minnesota Thoroughbreds Thanksgiving Annual Tournament on the weekend.

The Wildcats travelled to St Paul to compete with 15 other female midget teams from around North America to compete in this annual showcase tournament.

The Wildcats first action was on Friday and had them up against the Traverse City North Stars from Michigan. The Cats won this game by a four two score.  Oaklake’s Megan Bailey potted a pair for the Westman squad while Melita’s Kelsey Sanderson and Alexander’s Teal Crosson scored the other two.

The Wildcats next opponent was Madison Capitals from Wisconsin and the Cats came up on the short end of a 3-1 score. Virden’s Kayleigh Chapman had Westman lone marker.

The Wildcats final round robin game pitted them against Team Alaska and the defensive battle was won by the Westman squad with a 1-0 win.  Bailey notched the winner while Souris’s Darby Peaslee recorded the shutout in the Cats net.

The Wildcats played their final game on Sunday against Detroit Victory Honda and came away with a 4-2 win to finish out the tournament. Bailey recorded a hat trick for the Wildcats while Souris’s Sarah Williams scored the other Westman goal.

The Wildcats will entertain Central Plains in Wawanesa on Sunday before getting ready to play in the Notre Dame Hounds 16 team showcase the following weekend.


Nov 23, 2009, 11:29 pm

Wildcats to Play in Minnesota Thoroughbreds Thanksgiving Tournament

 

The Westman Wildcats are getting ready to head south to play in the Minnesota Thoroughbreds Annual Thanksgiving Tournament this weekend.

The Cats are coming off two losses to Eastman and Pembina Valley and are looking to turn things around in this 16 team annual tournament.

The Cats play Traverse City, Madison Capitals and Team Alaska in their round robin games on Friday and Saturday before playoff games on Sunday.

The Westman squad is looking forward to having their full roster for the first time since the third weekend of September. 


Nov 17, 2009, 10:31 am

Wildcat’s Scott Commits to Minnesota State

Kelsie Scott, a senior at Souris High School has committed to Minnesota State University Mavericks.

Minnesota State is in Mankato, Minnesota and play in the NCAA DI WCHA division.

Scott, a forward and assistant captain with the Westman Wildcats, will join the Mavericks in the fall of 2010.

Scott, a multisport athlete, is the second Wildcat to commit to a University this season following Brandi Pollock’s commitment to RMU in Pittsburgh.


Nov 9, 2009, 11:42 pm

Westman Wildcats Brandi Pollock Signs with Robert Morris University

 

Brandi Pollock, from Virden, signed her NLI committing her to the NCAA’s Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Pollock a senior at Virden Collegiate Institute plays defence with the Westman Wildcats and has signed in the early commitment period with the RMU Colonials. The Colonials compete in the NCAA DI College Hockey America Division.


Nov 3, 2009, 9:48 am

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2009 NATIONAL WOMEN’S UNDER-18 CHAMPIONSHIP 
SET TO START IN SURREY, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. – The puck drops Wednesday, November 4 at South Surrey Arena in Surrey, B.C., where eight provincial and regional teams will face-off in the race for gold at the 2009 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.

Ontario Red is chasing its sixth consecutive title at the championship, which has been held seven times previously since 1993. The other seven teams vying for gold this year are Ontario Blue, Alberta, Atlantic, British Columbia, Manitoba, Quebec and Saskatchewan.

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The National Women’s Under-18 Championship brings together all-star teams made up of the best female hockey players born in 1992 or later. The tournament serves as an important platform for Hockey Canada scouts, who use it to help evaluate candidates for the IIHF World Women’s Under-18 Championship, which will be held next April in Chicago, Ill., and other international events.

The National Women’s Under-18 Championship boasts several high-profile alumni, from household names such as Hayley Wickenheiser and Gillian Apps to rising stars such as Marie-Philip Poulin and Brianne Jenner, who are all on the centralized roster for the National Women’s Team and currently training for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, B.C.

“The top young female hockey players from across the country are gathering in Surrey this week for what will be a very competitive tournament,” says Julie Healy, director of female hockey for Hockey Canada. “Twenty-one players taking part in this event were part of Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 for a three-game series against the United States this summer in Calgary, and six of them helped Canada bring home silver earlier this year from the IIHF World Women’s Under-18 Championship in Germany.”

“There will probably be some future Olympians playing at this year’s National Women’s Under-18 Championship,” Healy says.

The five-day tournament kicks off with four games Wednesday, including the defending champions Ontario Red taking on Ontario Blue at 5 p.m. PT.

The teams have been split into two pools, with each team to play three preliminary round games. The top two teams from both groups will move on to the semifinals, with the gold medal game set to air on Hockey Canada’s official broadcaster TSN2/RDS on Sunday, November 8. All games, excluding the gold medal game, can be seen live via webcast through hockeycanada.fasthockey.com. Each game is available for $6.95.

A full tournament ticket package featuring all 18 games is available for $80. The evening and weekend package, which includes the 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. games nightly from November 4-6 and all six playoff round games on November 7 and 8, is selling for $60. Single-game tickets cost $5 during the preliminary round and $7 during the playoff round. Call 604-761-0857 to purchase tickets.


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