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Sports Shorts October 28, 2014

Twister and Sasha
Jane Goddard photo
^ Sasha from Pincher Creek attended the Lethbridge Hurricanes vs Regina Pats game on October 18, and got to hang out with Hurricanes mascot Twister.  The Pats won 6-1. Sasha reportedly had a great time.

Wayne Elliott and Marlin "Hollywood" Yellow Horn
C. Davis photo
^ Marlin "Hollywood" Yellow Horn reintroduced himself to Wayne Elliott during the intermission between the first and second periods at the RHL Huskies vs Mustangs season opener on Saturday evening, October 25.  As it turns out, Marlin was a player on an area Bantam team (which remains nameless to this day)  29 years ago.  "We had lots of fun," said Elliott. 

Novice Chinooks defeat Kainai
Peewee Chinooks at Kainai rink
Jamie Anderson photo
Pincher Creek's Novice Chinooks played an away seeding game vs Kainai on October 25. The Chinooks racked up a convincing win. According to Chinooks Coach Jamie Anderson, "Every single Chinook got at least one goal this morning! So proud of everyone! Thank you and great job coaches!" and "Great teamwork! Lots of passing!"  The Novice Chinooks will be bringing it home to the MCC Arena in Pincher Creek this Saturday November 1, when it will be there turn to host Kainai, starting at 5:00 pm.

Season ends for Senior Mustangs 

Pincher Creek's Senior Mustangs were blanked by a considerable margin by the #2 ranked Claresholm Cobras on October 24.  That loss ended the season for the Mustangs.  Mustangs Booster Association Faith Zachar, who is THE expert on football in Pincher Creek, said afterward she was gratified by the game, despite the score.  She said the Mustangs showed a great deal of sportsmanship during the tough competition against a much larger and generally older and more experienced team, a very marked improvement over their behaviour when they hosted Claresholm early in the season, behaviour which at that time earned the Mustangs disciplinary actions by their own coaches.  "We were so proud of our boys last night," Zachar said.  "What a big difference."  Zachar said the team almost got three touchdowns, including one that was achieved but pulled back on a penalty call.  

The Mustangs will be holding a Skills/BBQ/gear return event next Saturday, November 1 at Matthew Halton field, tentatively scheduled to start around noon.

Mustangs annual awards night to be held November 8

The Mustangs Football Club will be holding their annual awards night on Saturday November 8, starting at 6:00 pm.  This year the potluck event will be held at St. Michael's School. 

Rocky start for Rockies

AA Peewee Rockies hosting Okotoks Oilers at MCC October 18
C. Davis photo

The AA Peewee Rockies have newly rebooted this season after many years of dormancy, and so far it seems like they're having a building year after 5 losses.  The AA Bantam Rockies have lost all 8 games they've played this season.  Being on these teams definitely exposes the athletes to competition of a different calibre, but a breakthrough game for either of them has been elusive so far.  However, it's still very early in the season.

Kainai Braves looking for volunteers


The RHL Kainai Braves are needing volunteers from the Kainai community to work at all home games. Visit their Facebook page for more information.
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