Over the last few weeks, Minor League players have been diligently conditioning in preparation for the upcoming hockey season.
This year the league will host ten teams, two at each level. Rosters which have not yet been finalized will be released by October 23.
The Titans were caught flat footed against a stronger than expected Olds team at home.
On Saturday, October 3 the Drumheller Titans hosted Olds at DCHS field. Olds was not ranked going into the game, but proved they could play with top teams in the league.
“They executed at a high level,” said coach Jason Rasmussen. “Defensively we were shocked. They came out a tenacity and a desire to walk away from Saturday’s game with a win. Their offense came out and dominated our defense."
The St. Anthony’s Sabres girls soccer team had their first victory of the season playing in a new competitive league.
The Sabres were in Strathmore on Thursday, September 24, and came home with a two goal shut out.
The two goals for the Sabres came from Maddie Davies. The first goal came at the 67 minute mark in a scramble in the penalty area. The second came at the 87 minute, and coach Gavin Makse said she worked hard for it.