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Last updateSat, 17 Oct 2020 8pm

Titans selected to Golden Bears football program

Titans Sattler Armstrong

Two local Titans have been picked for the University of Alberta Golden Bears High School Top 120 football program.
Chase Sattler and Gavin Armstrong have been selected. Chase Sattler plays Slot Back, and Gavin Armstrong plays Linebacker for the Drumheller Titans.
Both players will start to practice in Edmonton at the Foote Field starting next weekend for five weeks over the next three months.
This is a valuable opportunity for these players to gain valuable skills and compete at a higher level. They will have an opportunity to be coached by past and present Golden Bear players, CFL coaches, and past and present University Coaches!
It is a great opportunity for these two players and bodes well for the Drumheller Titans football program.

Stettler RCMP looking to identify suspected shoplifter

Stettler ShopliftingSuspect

The identity of an individual is being sought after a daytime shoplifting incident at a Stettler Walmart earlier this month.
Stettler RCMP are investigating a shoplifting incident which occurred on October 3. Public assistance is being sought in identifying the male believed to be involved.
At approximately 3 p.m., the unknown male allegedly went into the Stettler Walmart and, using tools he carried in with him, removed a display laptop and left the store without paying for it. The male donned a mask while in the store.
The RCMP are releasing photos of the male and asking anyone who may be able to identify this male to contact the Stettler RCMP at 403-742-3382. If you are the male in this photo, please contact Stettler RCMP to resolve this incident.
If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), online at or by using the "P3 Tips" app available through the Apple App or Google Play Store.

Dragons return to ice versus Kodiaks


While the crowd at the Drumheller Memorial Area was sparse, it was also filled to capacity with COVID-19 restrictions in place. A crowd of 100 fans watched the Dragons play their first exhibition game of the season.
On Friday night, October 9, after more than seven months without competitive hockey, the Dragons hosted the Camrose Kodiaks, in the first game of the new exhibition season. The Dragons met the big veteran squad head to head with their youth and speed, making for a competitive first game of the season.
The Dragons had some good opportunities early, but were bogged down killing penalties early on. Despite this, they outshot the Kodiaks 8-7 in the first period and Hayden Prosofsky scored with 28 seconds left in the period on the power play. He was assisted by Tyson Gross and Luke Fennig. The Kodiaks came back in the second and scored two to win 2-1.
The Dragons were on the road for the first time this exhibition season on Saturday, October 10, to play the Kodiaks. This time Camrose jumped out early and by the end of the first period were leading 2-0.
The Dragons made it a game in the second period outshooting the Kodiaks 10-2. Myles Hillman put the Dragons on the scoreboard six minutes into the period, and then Sam Simard scored at the 13:13 mark assisted by Moe Hakim and Aiden Yakimchuk, and again at the 17-minute mark, again assisted by Yakimchuk and Grayson Dietrich. The Dragons took a 3-2 lead, however, the Kodiaks buttoned it up in the third period with two goals to win.
This Saturday, night, October 17, the Dragons are back home against the Kodiaks at 7 p.m.


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