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Drumheller hockey season far from over

minor-hockey.jpgThe hockey season is now at the half way mark for Drumheller Minor Hockey, but several of the valley’s teams are holding strong in the standings.
Drumhellers Novice Tier 2 team is currently sitting in a tie for first in the Central Alberta Hockey League, with seven wins and only one loss.
On January 4, the Novices played in Brooks, taking home an 8-4 win. Tyler Cardamone opened the scoring for Drumheller and continued on to score a hat trick, and then one more late in the third to give Brooks a 4 point deficit.
Drumheller’s Peewee Tier 2 Greene Construction Raptors have strong numbers with six wins and two ties as of their last game in Airdrie on January 4. The Raptors beat out Airdrie with an overwhelming tally of 13-2, following a 5-5 tie against Carstairs the evening before.

Once a Titan now a Golden Bear

cam-pasula.jpgAlthough one of the shortest players on the University of Alberta’s Golden Bears, Cameron Pasula is 5”7’ and 197 lbs. of pure excellence.
Pasula left Drumheller in the fall of 2008 to pursue a degree in Engineering at U of A, qualifying to red-shirt (practicing) as a fullback with the university’s Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) ranked football team.

Rams make it six in a row at provincials

rams.jpg   Six provincial titles in six consecutive years? Can’t do much better than that.
    The senior girls Standard Rams did just that over the weekend, beating St. Mary’s of Taber in the 1A provincial volleyball finals, and securing a sextet of championships since 2003.
    “The girls believed in themselve, believed in each other and worked very hard this season,” said coach Susan Moncks. “They were true ambassadors of Standard School, the communities it serves and of Golden Hills.”
    Last weekend they were unstoppable all day Saturday in Provost, and the momentum started against the home team, St. Thomas Aquinas.
    “Going into the semifinal we were a little bit concerned going against the hometown team,” said coach Moncks.

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