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Feb 24, 2010, 10:53 am

Wildcats Teal Crosson Commits to the NCAA University of Wisconsin Superior Yellowjackets


Teal Crosson of the Westman Wildcats regional female Midget hockey team has just committed to the NCAA Division III University of Wisconsin Superior Yellowjackets.

Crosson a senior from Alexander, MB attends the Crocus Plains High School in Brandon.

Crosson is a two year veteran with Westman squad and a member of last year’s National Championship squad.

Crosson will join former Wildcat Teagan Cassan from Medora next season on the Superior team.

The Yellowjackets play in the NCHA league of the NCAA Division III.

Crosson is the fourth Wildcat to commit this season following Brandi Pollock to Robert Morris University, Kelsie Scott to University of Minnesota Mankato and Megan Bailey to University of Lethbridge.

Feb 23, 2010, 9:20 am

Westman Wildcats Megan Bailey Commits to the University of Lethbridge


The Westman Wildcats regional female midget team is proud to announce that Oak Lake product Megan Bailey has committed to the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns.

Bailey, a Senior at Virden High School, is a forward with the Westman Wildcats and will be joining former Wildcats Amy VanBuskirk of Brandon and Jen Durnin of Wawanesa with the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns in the CanWest division of the CIS for the 2010-2011 season.

Bailey is the third player this season on the Wildcats to commit for next fall following Brandi Pollock to  the NCAA Division I Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh and Kelsie Scott to the NCAA Division I University of Minnesota Mankato.

Feb 16, 2010, 5:21 am

Wildcats go .500 Hosting Winter Classic


The Westman Wildcat regional female Midget Hockey team went .500 while hosting the Winter Classic on the weekend.

The Cats opened the weekend on Friday against the #1 ranked Ontario Midget team the Thunder Bay Queens and came up on the short end of a 5-3 score.

Saturday had the host Westman squad playing a pair of games. The first was a match up with the Melville Prairie Fire and the second was with the Minnesota Crunch from Grand Rapids Minnesota and both games ended in 1-1 ties.

The Wildcats finished off the Weekend in Wawanesa against the Assiniboine Park Rangers and ended on a winning note taking the game 4-3.

Feb 10, 2010, 9:57 am


Westman Wildcats Classic

February 12th, 13th, 14th



Friday      Games in Hartney Arena

7:00pm      Eastman Selects vs Minnesota Crunch

9:15pm      Westman Wildcats vs Thunder Bay Queens


Saturday        Games in Hartney Arena

9:00am      Eastman Selects vs Assiniboine Rangers

11:15am     Westman Wildcats vs Melville Fox FM Prairie Fire

1:30pm      Thunder Bay Queens vs Eastman Selects

3:45pm      Minnesota Crunch vs Melville Fox FM Prairie Fire

6:00pm      Assiniboine Park Rangers vs Thunder Bay Queens

8:15pm      Westman Wildcats vs Minnesota Crunch


Sunday      Games in Wawanesa Arena

9:00am      Assiniboine Park Rangers vs Minnesota Crunch

11:15am     Melville Fox FM Prairie Fire vs Thunder Bay

1:30pm      Assiniboine Park Rangers vs Westman Wildcats

3:45    pm      Melville Fox FM Prairie Fire vs Eastman



Feb 4, 2010, 10:31 am

Wildcats to Host Winter Classic

The Westman Wildcats will be hosting five teams from Saskatchewan, Ontario, The United States and Manitoba in a Winter Classic series February 12-14th in Hartney and Wawanesa.

The teams that are competing in this series are all top quality programs that are using this series to prepare for their respective play downs and provincials.

The Melville Prairie Fire AAA team is finishing up the Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA league schedule and will be gearing up for their playoffs and run to their provincial crown.

The Thunder Bay Queens are the number one ranked midget team in the province of Ontario and are also getting ready to enter the Ontario Provincials for a chance at the title and a trip to this year’s Esso Cup.

The Minnesota Crunch from Grand Rapids Minnesota will be getting ready for their regional play downs and an opportunity to play for the USA Nationals.

The Eastman Selects, Assiniboine  Park Ranger and the host Wildcats are also tuning up for their provincials at the end of February and the chance to move on to Westerns on the road to the Esso Cup.

The games are played on Feb 12th and 13th in Hartney with all Sundays games been played in Wawanesa.


Feb 1, 2010, 9:11 am

Wildcats Go 3 and 1 at Saskatoon Stars Showcase

The Westman Wildcats regional Female Midget hockey team travelled to Saskatoon this past weekend to compete in their annual Showcase weekend.

The Cats first action was against the Kelowna Pursuit of Excellence and the Cats found themselves coming up on the short side of a 4-1 score. The Wildcats lone marker was by Souris’s Sheryl Kaskiw.

The Westman’s next action was with the Central Plains Capitals and the Wildcats took this game 2-1. Wawanesa’s Elise Badiou and Virden’s Brandi Pollock notched the Cats goals.

The Wildcats final round robin game had them pitted against the home town Saskatoon Stars and the Cats again found the win column with a 4-2 score. Virden’s Kayleigh Chapman led the way with a pair while singles went to Melita’s Kelsey Sanderson and Pollock.

Westmans final tilt was with the Pembina Valley Hawks and the club came away with a 4-2 win.  Oak Lake’s Megan Bailey and Deloraine’s Kiara DeKezel each lit the lamp twice in the win.

Jan 24, 2010, 3:59 pm

Wildcats Split at Home with Balmoral Hall


The Westman Wildcats Regional Female Midget hockey team hosted the Balmoral Hall Blazers Prep team from Winnipeg this past weekend and split their double header.


The first match up was on Friday night at the Hartney Arena and the home team score early on Megan Bailey, from Oak Lake,  team leading 38th goal of the season with helpers going to Brandi Pollock of Virden and Kelsie Scott of Souris.

Balmoral then scored a pair before Teal Crosson of Alexander tied up the game in the second with assists going to Amanda Coey of Brandon and Pollock.

The Blazers went on to score 3 more unanswered goals to win the first game 5-2.

Saturday afternoon saw the two programs back at it for game two of the weekend set.

The Wildcats scored early again on a goal by Kiara Dekezel of Deloraine with assist to Kelsey Sanderson of Melita and Pollock.

The game remained a one goal affair until late in the third when the Wildcats, Crosson scored an empty netter to put the game away 2-0.

Darby Peaslee of Souris recorded the shutout in the Westman net for her 6th shutout of the season.

The Wildcats head to Saskatoon next weekend to play in the Annual Saskatoon Stars Showcase weekend.

Jan 18, 2010, 9:38 am

Wildcats Win Both Games in Interlake Series


The Westman Wildcats regional Female midget hockey team travelled to the Interlake for a pair of games this weekend and came away with a pair of “W”’s.

Saturday had the Wildcats in Warren to play against their Interlake counterparts and the Westman squad came away with an 8-2 victory. Brandi Pollock of Virden, Kiara Dekezel of Deloraine and Karissa Kirkup of Virden all had a pair of goals while singles went to Elise Badiou of Wawanesa and Kelsie Scott of Souris.

Sunday saw the two squads meet in Stonewall and the Wildcats took this one 3-0.Goal scorer for this game was from Dekezel, Kirkup and Sheryl Kaskiw of Souris. Darby Peaslee of Souris recorded the shutout in the Westman net.

The Wildcats next action is at home in Hartney next weekend when the Balmoral Hall Blazers are the visitors for a pair of games Friday and Saturday

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