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Last updateTue, 28 Nov 2023 3pm

Yavis Atom Raptors carry the torch on the road

    As the Torch Celebrations wound down in Drumheller, the Atom Tier 3 team carried their torch and dreams to Nanton as they had a match against the Broncos.
    The Broncos had a slight edge in the league standings so it was a chance to gain some ground.
    The game started out at a fast and furious pace and the Raptors cashed in on the first goal as Sean “the Sniper” Michalevich slapped it home. Great passing from Top Shelf and Wild Bill.

Taekwondo Club awards belts


Drumheller Taekwondo and Hapkido School students (front; l-r) Brianna Catonio and Josh Shelstad earned their green belt blue stripe. Both had done an excellent job and are well on their way to black belts. Instructors are (back; l-r) Katelyn Haines, Karl Coad, and Master LaPierre. Classes are still running and those  interested can visit the web site for more photos and information at
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Hopes high for forming female hockey team

    There is movement afoot to form a girls hockey team in Drumheller.
    Scott Crone currently coaches minor hockey in Drumheller. Next year he would like to see a peewee girls team take the ice, however this means garnering interest now.
    He says he is looking for a commitment from girls interested in playing next season. While they are looking at forming a peewee team, which is players born 1999 and 2000. Crone says they are flexible with ages, and will allow some girls to play up and some to play down to the age group.
    Currently there are about nine players he knows of that may be interested in playing, but would like more signed up to make a squad.

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