Sports | DrumhellerMail - Page #370
08202019Tue
Last updateMon, 19 Aug 2019 12pm

Ski Hill to be sold

Patrick Kolafa
The Drumheller Mail

    Members of the Drumheller Ski Club have voted to sell the hill to a private interest.
    In a vote held Thursday, May 28, members of the 16 year old hill that shares lodge facilities with the Passion Play, agreed to sell the area to interests controlled by Mr. Zrinko Amerl, the area’s 2009 manager.
    Considerable debate preceded the vote and was obviously an emotional issue for most of the crowd.
    Board president Zeke Wolf, told the meeting the present board does not want to run the ski hill. He said the proposal from Mr. Amerl will allow the club to pay outstanding debts of over $200,000.

Rage win two on way to post season

Patrick Kolafa
The Drumheller Mail

    The U16 girls Rage soccer team are moving up the standings after two shut out wins last week.
    The Rage ended the week in fourth spot in the standing, but with an identical win-loss record to Didsbury, with one game in hand, meaning the team has room to keep driving towards the post season.

AJHL lays out 2009-2010 schedule at AGM

ajhl.jpg

    Despite the warming spring weather, many still have hockey on the brain as the Alberta Junior Hockey league announced the 2010 playoff schedule, and laid down all the details of the upcoming season at its annual general meeting.
The AJHL held its 2009 Annual General Meeting on May 30 in Red Deer.  The Alberta Junior Hockey League is entering its 46th season.
    The board laid down playoff dates and February 25, 2010, round one will begin. The league championship series will commence April 2, 2010. The Doyle Cup series will begin on April 16, and the RBC Cup is scheduled for May 1-9 in Dauphin Manitoba. Exhibition play will be announced come July.


The Drumheller Mail encourages commenting on our stories but due to our harassment policy we must remove any comments that are offensive, or don’t meet the guidelines of our commenting policy.

Ask The Experts

When do you start back to school shopping