December 14th, 2017

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Tigers scholarship winner has plans to continue with a passion for sport @MHNTimKal Monsignor McCoy graduate Kelli Bowles is the Medicine Hat Tigers $2,500 scholarship winner this year. Bowles will be entering the University of Lethbridge this fall to begin her Bachelor of Arts and Science degree. Eventually Bowles hopes to move on to take a Master’s degree in psychology and become a registered psychologist after ... Read More »

Lions’ campaign connects kids to sports gear @MHNmocranker The Lions Club of Medicine Hat is hoping a little bit of good can go a long way. The volunteer-based organization held its sixth annual Gear Up equipment drive this past weekend in hopes of helping a few more Hat children get into organized sports. “This is something we do, just to try ... Read More »

Lions Club hoping to help more Hat children Gear Up in 2017 The Lions Club of Medicine Hat is gearing up for one of its largest annual fundraisers. The Gear Up campaign, now in its sixth year, encourages Hatters to look through their basements, garages and crawlspaces for any hockey or ringette equipment that is no longer needed. “I pitched this idea six years ago because ... Read More »

Solis taking their game to Finland @MHNMcCracken The Medicine Hat Solis are taking their game across the Atlantic. The under-19 ringette team will make their way to Europe on July 21 for the Finland Lions Cup international tournament in Helsinki, and head coach David Yip says every one of his players has truly earned their place on the roster. “These ... Read More »

Smash stumble in provincial opener @MHNMcCracken It was an uphill opening to the Ringette Alberta Open B championships for the Medicine Hat Smash. The Smash were upended in a 10-1 blowout at the hands of Calgary FSU to open the provincial tournament Friday at The Arena, but as coach David Yip points out, the game was destined to be ... Read More »

Attack fifth at provincials

Medicine Hat News They hadn’t lost often all season, but Medicine Hat’s Attack ringette team weren’t able to keep up that hot pace at provincials. The under-14 A team went 3-2 at Lethbridge this past weekend, winding up fifth in the tournament. “It was a tough tourney weekend but I think the girls took some ... Read More »

No city help for Arena, mayor thinks @CollinGallant Mayor Ted Clugston says the city will listen to “all comers” with a plan for the Medicine Hat Arena, but, in his opinion, it shouldn’t consider subsidizing future operations in any way. The mayor told reporters after Monday evening’s council meeting that the future of the 46-year-old facility, set to close permanently this ... Read More »

Avs earn spot at provincials

Medicine Hat News Two wins ensured the Medicine Hat Avalanche will compete for a provincial ringette title. The under-19 team claimed one of four spots from their zone tournament in Calgary this past weekend, beating the Airdrie/Cochrane Thunder 5-4 and the Bowview Braves 9-1. Only seven teams were in the competition, separated into two round ... Read More »

No place like the Hat for hockey @MHNmocranker It was a very busy weekend in the Hat, with multiple events and fundraisers running all weekend, but none was bigger than the Rogers Hometown Hockey stop downtown. The festival of events took up a large portion of the roads downtown near city hall and Finlay Bridge — boasting more than a dozen ... Read More »

Momentum keeping their heads high after tough start to provincials @MHNMcCracken It wasn’t the best of days for the Medicine Hat Momentum ringette team, but it didn’t come without its small victories. The Momentum struggled to a pair of landslide losses as hosts of the under-16 ringette provincial championship — 10-3 to the Northwest Apex and 10-2 to the Spruce Grove Wrath — Friday ... Read More »