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DVSS Sr. Dynos finish off season in Three Hills

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    Three Hills hosted zones on November 18 and 19 which marked the end of Volleyball season for the Sr. Dynos.
    The Drumheller Dynos played against teams from Calgary, Strathmore, Sundre, Didsbury and Three Hills. The Dynos won two out of five matches, one was their strongest plays, according to team captain Makenna Lutz.
    Lutz said, “The weekend was a great finish. We definitely had our highs and our lows but we played the best game of the season this past weekend against Prairie Christian Academy and took them to the third set.”
    For some of the athletes this will be their last tournament before graduating this year. Team captain Lutz and co-captain Nikki Thompson are among these.
    “It was definitely an emotional time for myself and Nikki Thompson as we said goodbye to everyone for the last time. But the season has been amazing, I think I can speak for us all when it comes to the friendships we’ve made with each other and always getting along and supporting one another. I’m very sad to be done for sure but I have so many memories I’m going to cherish forever with these girls!” Makenna Lutz said.


NGC Peewee Raptors top Airdrie at home

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    Drumheller’s NGC Peewee Raptors are now 1-1 as they begin the regular season.
    The league is coming off realignment, and the Peewee Raptors went from Tier III to Tier II.
    The team was in Carstairs on Saturday, November 19 to take on the Rocky Mountain Athletic Association Renegades, but fell 6-3.
    Zachary Cawiezel was  hot, scoring a hattrick and Cameron Schurner contributed an assist.
    The team regrouped on Sunday when they hosted Airdrie at the Drumheller Memorial Arena. It was a balanced attack as Tanner Moulton and Joel Howard led scoring with two goals each, Anderson Freilinger and Cawiezel each contributed a goal and an assist, Evan Montgomery had two assists and Hunter Dayton had one. They won 6-4.
    Coach Cam Batty is liking how the team is playing.
    “This year we are not putting too much focus on individual players but keeping the focus on playing as a team,” he said. “Team playing is everything and the team really started to display that during the game.”
    Next game up for the Peewee Raptors is Indus on the road this Saturday, November 26.

Referee clinic coming up Saturday

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Basketball is a simple game where all that is needed is two teams, a ball and two hoops. However, it also needs a referee.
    To help get more interest in officiating basketball, there is a local clinic coming up on Saturday, November 26. There is always a need for more officiating to make the season go smoothly.
    The one-day clinic is open to anyone in Grade 10 or older, and there is no previous experience required. The clinic will give prospective referees a solid grounding in the rules of the game and how to officiate on the court. Refereeing is good way to keep in shape and maybe earn a few dollars.
    The clinic runs from 9 a.m., to 1 p.m. at St. Anthony’s School. Those wishing to attend are to bring clean indoor footwear and clothing suitable to run on the basketball court.
    For more information, contact Gavin Makse at 403-823-0504.