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Mar 9, 2009, 7:43 am

The Westman Wildcats Win Provincials


The Westman Wildcats Regional Female Midget team claimed the Provincial Female Midget Title Sunday night with a 5-0 win over the Winnipeg Rangers in the Provincial Tournament in Hartney.

The tournament began Friday morning in Hartney with nine team vying for the Provincial crown and the right to represent Manitoba at the Western Regional's in April.

The Wildcats played the Winnipeg Marauders and Eastman Selects in their round robin portion of the tournament. Tying the Marauders 2-2 while beating the Eastman squad 8-0.

The Wildcats than had a rematch with the Marauders in the quarter final game and won by a 4-1 score to take them to the semi-finals Sunday Morning.

The Cats opponent in the semi's were the Pembina Valley Hawks and the Cats played to a 3-1 win to get them into the Gold Medal final Sunday evening.

In the Provincial Finals Sunday night the Cats Opponents were last year's provincial champs the Winnipeg Rangers and the Cats prevailed 5-0 to be this year's Provincial Gold Medalists.

The Wildcats now will face the Saskatchewan AAA Provincial Champions in the Western Regionals for the chance to go to Nationals.

The Wildcats will host this best of three series in Hartney April 3-6th.

Mar 3, 2009, 12:53 pm

Westman South hosts Wildcats Jamboree at Hartney!  


On Saturday, February 28th, Hartney and Area Arena was filled by girls ages 5-12 who were registered for the Female Hockey Jamboree organized and run by the Westman South Region with assistance from the Westman Wildcats Female Midget Hockey Team.   With over 80 participants registered, the Wildcats had their work cut out for them as they provided dryland training and on-ice training during the day. 


The primary focus of the event was to introduce the players to both on-ice and off-ice skating and stickhandling activities that they would be able to work on individually either at home or on the ice to improve skill development.  


Guest instructors from the Westman S outh region, as well as members of the Westman Wildcats female hockey team, led Jamboree participants throughout the day. The girls were split up into 3 groups based on age and skill level.    

Each participant received two ice sessions, one dryland training session, and a t-shirt.    

The large number of participants and the support shown from parents suggests the future looks bright for female hockey in the Westman South region.

Mar 2, 2009, 10:53 am

Westman Wildcat's Amy Lee Commits to the University of Manitoba Bisons Women's Hockey


The Westman Wildcats are proud to announce the Amy Lee has committed to the University of Manitoba to play for the Bisons starting in the fall.

Amy Lee, a senior from Brandon, an assistant captain and forward for the Westman Wildcats will be joining fellow Wildcat Tara Lacquette in suiting up for the second place CIS west Bisons next season.

Lee is the fifth senior from the Westman Wildcats committing to a university hockey program for next season following teammates Brittany Phillips to Colgate University, Lacquette to the Bisons, Laura Williams to NAIT and JD Durnin to Lethbridge University.

Feb 20, 2009, 11:32 am

Westman Wildcats Jenna-Marie Durnin Commits to the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns


The Westman Wildcats regional female midget team is proud to announce that Jenna-Marie Durnin has committed to play for and attend the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns beginning in the fall of 09.

Durnin, a senior from Wawanesa, is fast skating forward that will bring offense and speed to the Pronghorn line-up next fall.

Durnin will be joining former Wildcat Brandon's Amy Vanbuskirk, a freshman with the Pronghorns this season.

Durnin is the fourth Westman senior to commit this year following Brittany Phillips to Colgate University, Tara Lacquette to the University of Manitoba and Laura Williams to NAIT College.  

Feb 7, 2009, 5:50 pm

Wildcats Sweep Thunder Bay Queens


The Westman Wildcat regional Female Midget hockey team swept the Thunder Bay Queens in double header action Friday and Saturday.

The Friday game saw the Cats score one in the opening period by Deloraine's Kiara Dekezel from Kels Scott.

The Westman squad outscored the Queens in the second 3-1 on goals by Mallards Brig Lacquette, Souris's Sheryl Kaskiw and Lauders Britt Phillips with assists Brandi Pollock and Phillips.

The third period had the two teams play scoreless hockey for a Cats 4-1 win. Mallard's Tara Lacquette stopped 21 shots for the win while the Wildcats fired 36 at the Queens net.

Saturday had the Cats again score the lone goal of the first period by Dekezel from Pollock and Kayleigh Chapman.

The second period had three more Westman goals from Souris's Scott, Wawanesa's JD Durnin and Phillips with helpers going to Amy Lee, Laura Williams, Scott and a pair to Kaskiw.

The third period was scoreless for a four nothing shut out for the Wildcats. Souris's Darby Peaslee stopped all 21 shots for the shut out.

Feb 2, 2009, 2:17 pm

Westman Wildcats Laura Williams Signs With The NAIT Ooks

Westman Wildcats regional female midget team is proud to announce that Souris product Laura Williams has signed with the NAIT Ooks of the ACAC.

Williams, a Senior at Souris High School, is a forward with the Westman Wildcats and will be attending Northern Alberta Institute of Technology(NAIT) next fall and playing with the Ooks in the Alberta Collegiate Athletic Conference.

Williams will be playing against her sister Amanda who is attending SAIT College and a 08 graduate of the Westman Wildcats.

Williams is the third player this season on the Wildcats to commit for next fall following Brittany Phillips to Colgate and Terra Lacquette to the University of Manitoba Bisons.

Feb 2, 2009, 12:19 am

Westman Wildcats Capture Saskatoon Stars AAA Annual Classic

The Westman Wildcats Regional Female Midget Hockey team travelled to Saskatoon along with 11 other midget teams to participate in the Saskatoon Stars AAA Hockey classic.

The Cats played their first game Friday at noon against the Battleford Sharks of the Saskatchewan AAA league. The Westman squad roared to a 9-1 win with Brit Phillips leading the way with 6 points.

The Wildcats second action brought them up against the Winnipeg AP Rangers. The Cats beat the Rangers 4-1 to win their pool and take them to the semi-finals.

This semi final action saw the Westman team playing the Yellowhead Chiefs. Darby Peaslee got the shutout in a 5-0 win for the Wildcats while teammate Amy Lee notched 4 points and Phillips netted the hat trick to take them to the finals on Sunday.

The tournament finals had the Wildcats matched against the Kelowna Pursuit of Excellence. The Kelowna squad came out fast and had the Cats down 2-1 at the end of one. The Westman team responded in the second and scored four times to go into the final period up 5-2. The Wildcats only allowed the Kelowna team one in the third to win the tournament with a 5-3 score.

The Wildcats next action is next weekend against the Thunder Bay Queens.

Jan 26, 2009, 9:09 am

Wildcats Complete Two Game Series with Balmoral Hall


The Westman Wildcats Regional Female Midget Team played a two game series with the Balmoral Hall Blazers on the Weekend in Wawanesa.

In the first match Saturday night The Cats came out strong and Lauder's Brit Phillips scored on the first shift from Brandon's Amy Lee.

Phillips netted her second half way through the first from Lee and Wawanesa's JD Durnin.

Souris product Laura Williams rounded out the scoring for the Cats in the first while the Blazers potted two of their own to end the first 3-2.

The teams had a scoreless second and Balmoral pressed hard in the third and scored one to end the game tied at three.

Souris's Darby Peaslee stopped 36 of 39 Balmoral shots.

Sunday's game had Balmoral coming out fast getting two in the opening frame.

The Wildcats potted one in the first by Waterhen's Brig Lacquette from Phillips.

Both teams registered singles in the second with Souris's Kelsie Scott scoring for the Cats.

The Wildcats pressed hard in the third but were unable to come up with the tying marker, ending the game BH up 3-2.

Tara Lacquette stopped 39 of 42 Balmoral shots for the Cats.

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