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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.


WILDCATS NAME CAPTAINS FOR 2007-2008
Oct 24, 2007, 8:27 am
The Westman Wildcats are proud to announce the two co-captains of the 2007-2008 team.
 
Amy Vanbuskirk and Amanda Williams will alternate as captains for this season.
 
Both these young ladies bring a high degree of leadership and maturity to this position. Both are in their senior year and are anchors on the defence.
 
Amanda and Amy were both excited for this opportunity as well as looking forward to the challenge that comes with being the captain.
 
They begin their rolls immediatly and are looking forward to leading the Wildcats this weekend in their home tournament.

Westman Wildcats Home Tournament Oct 26-28th
Oct 22, 2007, 10:45 am
The Westman Wildcats home tournament starts this Friday with the host team playing there counterparts from Yellowhead at 3:30 pm at the Hartney Arena.
 
The other teams rounding out the teams this weekend are the Parkland Panthers, Eastman Selects, Balmoral Hall Blazers and the Regina Rebels.
 
All teams will play three round robin games with finals slated for Sunday.
 
Game Schedule
Friday, October 26
Game 1 3:30pm Westman vs Yellowhead
Game 2 6:00pm Parkland vs Regina
Game 3 8:15pm Balmoral vs Eastman
Saturday, October 27
Game 4 9:00am Regina vs Westman
Game 5 11:00am Parkland vs Balmoral
Game 6 1:00pm Yellowhead vs Eastman
Game 7 3:30pm Regina vs Balmoral
Game 8 5:30pm Eastman vs Westman
Game 9 7:30pm Yellowhead vs Parkland
Sunday, October 28
Game 10
Game 11
Game 12
9:00am
11:30am
2:00pm
5th vs 6th
Bronze Game
Gold Game

Wildcats Win In Weyburn
Sep 30, 2007, 12:42 pm
The Westman Wildcats started the 2007-2008 season on the road with an impressive 6-1 win against the Weyburn Gold Wings of the Saskatchewan Midget Female AAA League.
 
Westman was playing their first game of the season while their oponents were playing their fifth match of this early season.
 
Westman coaches were looking to see how their squad would stack up this season given that Weyburn is an early top 4 team in the Sasktchewan league, and they were more than happy with the way the team competed in this game.
 
The Wildcats started off with a goal on the first shift, Brit Phillips scoring from Brandi Pollock to set the tone early.
 
Erin Morrison put the cats up by two late in the first with assists going to Amy Van Buskirk and Jen Durnin.
 
Weyburn scored early in the second on the powerplay to bring the home squad to within one.
 
Phillips scored her second of the game six seconds later from Laura Williams to restore the 2 goal margin.
 
Before the period was over Morrison scored her second tallie from Durnin and Pollock to go into the break up by three.
 
In the third the Cats got two more markers with Cheryl Shackel scoring from Durnin and Morrison and Phillips getting her hat trick unassisted to round out the scoring.
 
The Cats will take alot of positives from this outing and will build on it over the next few weeks getting ready for their home tournament at the end of October.
 
PAW TRACKS: Kim Jory turned aside 23 of 24 shots while her teammates fired 43 at the Weyburn net. The Cats took 9 of 15 minors handed out. No Cat player was a minus on the night. The PP was 0 for 6 and the PK allowed 1 on 9 chances.
 

Wednesday Camp Time Change and Management Announcement
Sep 9, 2007, 7:49 am
 
Westman Wildcat camp is ready to go!
 
The schedule is starting to take shape and it is looking like an exciting hockey season.
 
There has been one change to the schedule with Wednesdays ice time shifted back an hour from 7:30 to an 8:30 start.
 
The Program is excited to added Carole Williams as Westman Wildcat Manager.
 
Carole brings years of Sports Management to the fold and along with the Director of Hockey Operation, Wes Phillips, they will look after all off ice components to the program.
 
 

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