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Colts season ends in Brooks

By Medicine Hat News on November 5th, 2016

Medicine Hat News Brooks’ Roadrunners are moving on in bantam football playoffs, but the Medicine Hat Colts put up an effort their coach was proud of. At Brooks Friday, the Roadrunners earned a 33-7 victory and spot in the Alberta Tier 2 semifinal next week. Two late first half touchdowns widened the gap according to ... Read More »

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Swedes advance

By Medicine Hat News on November 5th, 2016

Medicine Hat News Ryan Chyzowski and Team Canada White saw their time at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge ended in a nine-round, 3-2 shootout loss to Sweden in Friday’s semifinals. The Medicine Hat Tigers forward had one assist in five games at the event in Sault Ste. marie, Ont... Read More »

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Shaw gets the call

By Medicine Hat News on November 5th, 2016

Medicine Hat News An invite to play in the Canada Russia Series will extend Mason Shaw’s road trip next week. The Medicine Hat Tigers forward will stay in B.C. following Saturday’s game in Kelowna, announced Friday as an injury replacement for the WHL team that will play in Prince George Monday and then Edmonton Tuesday. ... Read More »

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Mohawks moving on

By Mo Cranker on November 5th, 2016

mcranker@medicinehatnews.com @MHNmocranker It was a defensive bout Friday night at the Methanex Bowl between the Hat High Mohawks and Catholic Central Cougars, but the Mohawks were able to pull away with a 19-9 championship victory. The teams combined for a total of five points through the first half, coming from a Cougars field goal and ... Read More »

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Ten-medal weekend

By Medicine Hat News on November 5th, 2016

Medicine Hat News It was another great meet for local swimmers in Calgary last weekend. The Alberta Marlin Aquatic Club had five athletes at the Cascade Speed Meet combine for 10 medals, led by five from 10-year-old Kristin Hollingsworth. Hollingsworth won her 100 metre freestyle, was second in 50 and 100 butterfly and third in ... Read More »

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Peewee teams finish regular season schedule

By Medicine Hat News on November 5th, 2016

Medicine Hat News In their last regular season game, Medicine Hat’s peewee Argonauts doubled up on the Grover Dental Roughriders 24-12 Thursday night. Abdul Kiawen led the Argos with three touchdowns, but it was the defences on both sides of the field that were the story. The Roughriders scored all of their points on interceptions ... Read More »

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Defence key on opening night

By Sean Rooney on November 5th, 2016

srooney@medicinehatnews.com @MHNRooney Their offence and systems still a work in progress, the Medicine Hat College Rattlers women’s basketball team stepped up their defensive intensity to open the season with a win Friday. At the Snake Pit in front of a couple hundred fans, the Rattlers beat Briercrest 83-61 by matching and sometimes exceeding the effort ... Read More »

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Blazers halt Tigers’ streak

By Medicine Hat News on November 5th, 2016

Medicine Hat News With their starting goalie getting a night off, the Medicine Hat Tigers were unable to keep their road trip momentum. At Kamloops Friday, the Blazers earned a 5-2 win, never trailing while breaking up a three-game winning streak for the Tabbies. Duncan McGovern got the start in net instead of Nick Schneider, ... Read More »

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Rattlers lose on volleyball court in Lethbridge

By Medicine Hat News on November 4th, 2016

Medicine Hat News It’s been a rough start to the season for the Medicine Hat College women’s volleyball team. The Rattlers dropped to 0-5 in Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference play with a 3-0 (25-18, 25-14, 25-21) loss to the Kodiaks in Lethbridge Thursday. Lethbridge improved to 2-5. Statistics posted on the ACACwebsite suggested it was ... Read More »

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Binczyk stops Cubs

By Ryan McCracken on November 4th, 2016

rmccracken@medicinehatnews.com @MHNMcCracken Medicine Hat native Michael Binczyk knew how much was at stake entering Thursday night’s Heritage Junior B Hockey League game at the Kinplex. The 17-year-old Banff Academy Bears goaltender turned aside 31 pucks to lock up his first win of the season, but it came at the expense of the Medicine Hat Cubs. ... Read More »

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