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Wildcats Go .500 In Thoroughbreds Tournament
Nov 26, 2007, 7:11 pm
The Westman Wildcats returned from the Minnesota Thoroughbreds Tournament with a 2 and 2 record.
 
Westman opened the tournament on Friday against the host Minnesota Thoroughbreds and  lost 5-0 in a tough well played game.
 
The Wildcats second game saw them up against the Anchorage Northstars. The Cats played a great game and skated away with a 3-0 win.
 
The Wildcats second game on Saturday was against the San Jose Sharks. In an exciting game the Westman squad came up a little short in a 3-2 loss.
 
The Cats were in a consolation game on Sunday against Sault Ste. Marie and took it to their opposition with a convincing 7-1 win.
 
The Westman team finished in the top third of this 16 team North American Tournament and gained alot of experience for their next big tournament, The Notre Dame Hounds Showcase Tournament in early December.

Wildcats Beat Rangers
Nov 19, 2007, 11:37 am
The Westman Wildcats travelled to Winnipeg on Sunday and battled the APHA Rangers of the Winnipeg AA Female Midget league.
 
The Wildcats came out firing in the first and built a three one lead on a pair of markers by Jen Durnin and goal from Laura Williams from Brit Phillips.
 
There was no scoring in the second with the Cats scoring the loan goal in the third with Phillips scoring from Amy Lee.
 
Cat Paws: Wildcats took 32 shots while Cat goalies turned aside 12, Lacey Adams stopped 6 of 7 shots while Kim Jory blocked all 5 directed at her.
The Cats took 3 of 7 minors handed out. The Cats next action is In St Paul next weekend at the Thuroughobred Tourny. 
 
 
 
 
 

3 Wildcat Team Members off to Nationals
Nov 5, 2007, 11:26 am
Congratulations and Best Wishes to Amy Lee, Brittany Phillips and Brandi Pollock as they head off with Team Manitoba to compete at the National Championships held in Kitchener, Ontario    November 7 - 11
 
 
For schedules and results you can go to http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.cfm/ci_id/18641/la_id/1.htm

Wildcats to Travel to USA to Play Minot State University
Oct 31, 2007, 1:39 pm
The Westman Wildcats are travelling to North Dakota on Nov 11th to play Minot State University Beavers in a double header.
 
The Beavers compete in the ACHA DII division and will be a good test for both programs. http://www.achahockey.org/
 
The Beavers feature a number of Manitoban and Saskatchewan players in there lineup.
 
The Wildcats will be picking up one more exhibition game on Sunday Nov 18th before heading back to the US to play in the Minnesota Thoroughbreds Tournament in St Paul the following weekend.
 
 

Balmoral Hall Wins Wildcat Tourney
Oct 29, 2007, 4:55 am
GOLD GAME
 
 
Balmoral Hall   7       Westman Wildcats    1
 
 
Bronze     Regina Rebels
 
 
4th          Parkland Panthers
 
 
5th           Eastman Selects
 
 
6th           Yellowhead Chiefs

Saturday Tournament Results
Oct 27, 2007, 9:28 pm
Westman  5    Regina 4
 
Balmoral   6     Parkland  0
 
 
Yellowhead   3    Eastman  1
 
Balmoral    7      Regina    2
 
Westman   10      Eastman  1
 

First Day Of Tournament Action Complete
Oct 27, 2007, 6:22 am
Game 1
 
Westman 9     Yellowhead 1
 
 
 
Game 2
 
 
Regina 4         Parkland   0
 
 
Game 3
 
 
Balmoral 12      Eastman  0

Westman Wildcat Tournament
Oct 26, 2007, 9:08 am

The Westman Wildcat Tournament begins today and sees all 6 teams taking the ice at the Hartney arena.

 

The first match of the day will see the Host Westman Wildcats playing their northern counterparts from Yellowhead at 3:30pm.

 

Veterans Sherri Bowles, Kaleigh Scott and Robyn Garbutt will lead Yellowhead with youngsters Sam Weirer and Kelsie Scott giving Yellowhead a healthy shot of speed and offence.

 

Westman will rely on a balanced approach with a veteran defense core of three seniors anchoring the point. The Wildcats will roll three lines and try to use a fast aggressive approach, which should lend itself to a good opening game for the tournament.

 

The second game of the day will see the always tough Parkland Panthers led by Team Manitoba goalie Tara Lacquette, battle the Regina Rebels of the Saskatchewan AAA league. Regina has a young hard working team led by veteran Chelsea Bender.

 

The 8:15 match will round out the day with the Eastman Selects of the Winnipeg AA league playing Balmoral Hall of Winnipeg.

Snipers Darion Bruyere and Rachele Bosc will lead Eastman while veteran defenseman Nicole Gregoire anchors the backend.

 

Two members of Canada's U18 National Team, Breann Frykas and Bailey Bram lead Balmoral while two Westman products playing for Balmoral get a chance to show their talents at home, Nellie Minchull of Peirson and KL Pollock of Virden.

 

Saturdays games begin at 9:00am and go all day with all finals slated for Sunday.


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