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The Lethbridge Speed Skating Association hosted 70 skaters from around the province during
their Short Track Meet, Feb 11 at Nicholas Sheran Arena.
A stellar season for Lethbridge area
curlers continues.
Taylor McDonald returned home from
the 2017 Winter Universiade in Almaty,
Kazakhstan with a gold medal. McDon-
ald and her University of Alberta team-
mates defeated Russia 8-3 in the nal of
the event, Feb 7.
McDonald plays second on the squad,
skipped by Kelsey Rocque. Rounding
out the team are vice-skip Danielle
Schmiemann and lead Taylore Theroux
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McDonald says the win
hasn’t really sunk in for
her yet, but is excited
the team played as well
as they did.
“It’s been very surreal,
everything just fell into
place,” she said. “Mak-
ing the playoffs was re-
ally our goal so winning
rst place is something
of a bonus.”
The rink earned their
spot in Kazakhstan with
a win in the CIS Nation-
als last March. The win
justies the hard work of
the past year.
“We were so excited
when we won Nationals
last year,” she said. “It
left us with a lot of prac-
ticing and planning.”
The squad nished rst
in the round robin por-
tion of the tournament,
which earned them a
bye to the semi-nals,
where they defeated
The team left for Almaty
Jan 23 and used the
preparation time to get
acclimatized to the area
and explore the city.
“It was a rough rst
couple of days,” she
says about the jetlag
the team experienced.
“We weren’t sure what
to expect, but it was all
rst class. It was a very
friendly city and all the
people we met were
very friendly and kind.”
McDonald also had a
little bit of home with her
as several family mem-
bers made the trip to
support the team.
“It was awesome to have
them there,” she said.
“To look up and see your
family in the stands is
very cool.”
Once again, members of
the Lethbridge Curling
Club sent their support
around the world and
McDonald says that
cheering section was felt
by all the team mem-
“To have that support
from home is everything
to me,” she said. “We
certainly felt the love
they were sending all the
way over there.”
Note: Lethbridge mem-
bers will have another
local to cheer for coming
up. Curling Club mem-
ber Darren Moulding will
be heading to the Tim
Horton’s Brier as part
of the Brendan Bottch-
er rink, who won the
Alberta Boston Pizza
Cup in extra ends over
the Ted Appelman rink,
Feb 12. The Brier takes
place March 4-12 from
St. John’s, NL.
The Winston Churchill Bulldogs take on the Strathcona Christian Eagles during the
round robin of the Winston Churchill Invitaional, Feb 3.
Final win a “surreal experience”
The nal roster for the Toronto Maple Leafs alumni
that will take on the University of Lethbridge
Pronghorns alumni has been announced.
Joe Nieuwendyk and Curtis Joseph had previously
been announced. Joining them will be Rick Vaive,
Mike Krushelnyski, Dave Ellett, Laurie Boschman,
Dan Daoust, Tom Fergus, Dave McIlwain and
former Lethbrudge Bronco Rich Sutter.
The fundraiser game for Alberta Sport Develop-
ment Centre Southwest will take place March 9.
Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at Bert
and Mac’s Source for Sports, any Lethbridge ATB
branch or online at
Funds generated from the event will go towards
ASDC SA and the University of Lethbridge hockey
Leafs alumni
lineup set
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Adult teams from around the area hit the pitch for the Southern Oldtimers Football Association’s Nation’s
Cup, Feb 3-5 at Servus Soccer Centre.
Lethbridge’s Wendy Iwaasa
will wear the maple leaf for
Team Canada at the 2017
Women’s World Football
The Lethbridge Steel defen-
sive end was named to the
squad which will hit the grid-
iron for Canada this June in
Langley BC.
“It’s still kind of sinking in,”
said Iwaasa. “My goal was
to beat my personal bests
so I really trained my butt
Iwaasa is entering her third
year with the Steel this sea-
son, and went to the nation-
al camp knowing there were
other players with more
experience and age on their
side. She says that played
a huge motivating factor in
that camp.
“I knew the competition
was going to be tough,” she
said. “Everyone there was
10 years younger than I am
but I wanted to show I can
be just as fast and strong as
they are.”
Making the National team in
only two years is an accom-
plishment Iwaasa is ex-
tremely proud of. She says
she’s continually learning
aspects of her position and
strives to improve.
“I always wanted to play
and was told I couldn’t and
I don’t like being told no,”
she said. “I’m still learning,
but it’s amazing what you
can accomplish in only two
Team Canada’s rst game
will be June 24.
Locally, the Steel have
begun their training camp
in preparation for the up-
coming season. Iwaasa is
looking forward to working
with the players and the new
coaches in place for the
“I’m really excited for the
season,” she said. “We have
a new coaching staff and
I think it’s going to be an
exciting, fresh new start.”
The Steel welcome new
players to the team. They
are always on the lookout
for more players to help
round out the roster.
“We’re always looking for
more,” she said. “I hope
people come out and give it
a try. I know that once they
get going they’re going to
love it.”
Iwaasa points to the bond
the players have as one her
favorite things about playing
football, not only with her
teammates, but with the
other teams as well.
“Everyone just wants to play
and have fun,” she said.
“We are literally one big
family. We play the games
and after we’re all really
good friends. There’s amaz-
ing camaraderie among all
of us.”
Anyone interested in attend-
ing a Steel practice or nd-
ing out more information can
reach them on their Face-
book page or their website,
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Jason Hueppelsheuser
The ATB Center was a perfect
setting to host the Atom Tier 1
tourney for a star studded list of
entries from 3 western provinces
. Invites represented Swift Cur-
rent, Cranbrook, and 4 Alberta
centers including Okotoks, Cal-
gary and 2 Lethbridge entries, the
Hurricanes Red and Hurricanes
White. Round –robin action start-
ed Friday afternoon and conclud-
ed with the Championship game
on Sunday.
Hurricanes RED preliminary
The Hurricane RED were
matched with the Calgary Bow
River Bruins, who had claimed
the Calgary Minor Hockey Week
title, and favored tournament
picks, but they found the task for
victory as tougher than expected
and lost to the Red host, 3 – 1.
The Red were led by the stellar
goalkeeping of Brenner Fyfe
and an accompanying team of
opportunists who capitalized
offensively and held the Bruins
at bay to secure a solid victory.
Scoring was shared between
Carter Cunningham, Zane Rajcic
and Cole Clymer. The Hurricanes
next opponent was the Swift
Current Broncos who had previ-
ously beaten the Red in their own
tournament . Hence, the moti-
vation was already there and the
Hurricane Red did not disappoint
as they outgunned and outskat-
ed the Broncos on their way to
a 5 – 1 victory. The Red attack
was distributed by Cameron
Hillaby(2G), Carter Cunningham,
Dominic Grieco and Dayton
Tailfeathers. Next came the
Cranbrook Jets team, an oppo-
nent with high compete and re-
sults level with the Hurricane Red.
Early in the game the Cranbrook
squad pushed extremely hard to
secure a lead and they had some
early success, but the Hurricanes
found their timing and powerfully
pulled away and won the game
16 – 5, thereby notching their
third straight victory and a chance
to play for higher stakes. The
Red attack was led by Casey
Russell (4G), Dayto Tailfeathers
(3G), Carter Cunningham (2G),
and singles from Bowen Weaver,
Carson Young, Caleb Kornelsen,
Riley Hillaby, Dominic Grieco,
Zane Rajcic, and Cole Clymer.
In the nal prelim game, the
Hurricanes Red met a strong and
very competitive league rival,
the Okotoks Green. This game
turned out to be a `shootout at the
ok corral` as the score at the nal
buzzer was 8 – 7 for the Red,
thus protecting an undefeated
and untied record, 4-0. The Red
scoring was led by Casey Russell
Jr. (3G), Carter Cunningham
(3G), and singles by Dayton Tail-
feathers and Riley Hillaby.
Hurricanes WHITE preliminary
The Lethbridge Hurricanes
WHITE took a very similar trip to
the nal Championship game with
2 victories and 2 tie games in the
preliminary round.
They started the tourney on
Friday by defeating the Okotoks
Green by a 10 – 5 score. Scor-
ing for the White: Alex Westlund
(2G), Carter Klippenstein (2G),
Easton Ogilvie (2G), and singles
by Terik Parascak, Kieran Inaba,
Ty Mabin, and Jayden Spence.
In the next game Saturday morn-
ing, the White met the Calgary
Bow River Bruins and both teams
worked hard and efciently to
preserve a 4 – 4 draw. Scoring
for the locals was Terik Parascak
with a pair of markers, and sin-
gles from Carter Klippenstein and
Alex Westlund.
Next opponents were the Swift
Current Broncos. This game
featured plenty of offence for both
sides and the decision was not
evident until the nal whistle. The
nal result was an 8 – 8 tie. Scor-
ing for the Hurricane White was:
Carter Klippenstein with a handful
of goals (5G), and single tallies
from Terik Parascak, Ty Mabin,
and Nathan Hawkins.
In the nal preliminary game, a
game which would determine
qualication for the Champion-
ship game, was between Cran-
brook and the White. The White
prevailed 5 – 2 to advance to the
nal against their crosstown rival,
the Hurricane RED. Scoring for
the White were: Terik Parascak
with a pair, and singles from Car-
ter Klippenstein, Jayden Spence
and Brier Red Crow.
thbridge RED vs. Lethbridge
Playing in front of a huge crowd
the Championship game featured
the “best of the best” from both
teams and feelings and support
for both teams was in great
The Hurricanes RED hit the
scoreboard rst and took a 1-0
early lead but each time they
scored, the White responded
with a score of their own. The
well played game was now 1-1.
Again the RED took a 2-1 lead,
then increased it to 3-1, but gain
the WHITE came back to make
the score 3-2. In the third period,
the RED increased the lead to
4-2 but the WHITE made it 4-3
with a late tally. But that would
be as close as they would come
and the Championship belonged
to the Lethbridge Hurricane
RED. Scoring for the winners
was Carter Cunningham with a
hat trick, (3G), and a single by
Dayton Tailfeathers who notched
the eventual game winning goal.
Responding for the WHITE was
Terik Parascak with a pair and
Jayden Spence with a single.
Lethbridge Pee Wee Tier 1 and Tier 3 host their annual tournament,
Feb 10-12 at ATB Centre.
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By Alberta Sport Development Centre Southwest
Alberta Sport Development Centre Southwest (ASDC SW) will be
hosting the RBC Training Ground qualier March 25th, 2017 at the
University of Lethbridge 1st Choice Savings Centre for Sport and
Wellness. RBC, in partnership with the Canadian Olympic Com-
mittee (COC), the Canadian Olympic Foundation (COF) and CBC
Sports/Radio-Canada is renewing its search for Canada’s next
great Olympian through RBC Training Ground.
Athletes between the ages of 14 and 25 are invited to attend the
RBC Training Ground qualier event to measure their speed, pow-
er, strength and endurance. Each athlete will try to hit performance
benchmarks set by national sport organizations (NSO) scouting for
young talented athletes with Olympic medal potential.
In its rst year, RBC Training Ground travelled across the country
and tested 400 athletes at four regional workout events, with 94
young Canadians meeting NSO benchmarks. Of those, 25 athletes
earned funding and support to spark or accelerate their Olympic
dreams. For 2017, RBC Training Ground builds on that success
with more qualication events in more cities and has partnered
with ve additional national sport governing bodies. This will give
more than 2,500 yet-to-be-discovered athletes the chance to fur-
ther fuel their Olympic dreams.
ASDC SW focus is to provide improved sport experiences for
regional athlete’s performance and is excited to host the RBC
Training Ground. The Athlete Enhancement Program (AEP) is the
agship program of the ASDC SW, with selected athletes provided
strength and conditioning training combined with sport science
sessions at no cost. ASDC SW is now accepting applications for
the Spring/Summer intake.
For more information on RBC Training Ground or AEP visit www.
Coaches, what do we do when
you nd your team is not on the
same page? Do we get mad?
Do we start to look at the weak-
Well here is one thing that is
true about good teams - the
players play for each other!
Team building games are a
great way to create communi-
cation, trust, and loyalty to one
other, just three more reasons
to play extra hard for your team
and your mate. Here is a great
communication drill you can do
with your team;
Get a large room that has been
cleared out, or an open area in
the gym
Create a maze of object’s eg
folder chairs, tacks, etc
Keep your forwards together
and defense partners together
Have a starting point and an
end to give them goals. Even
set a timer if you want to make
it more of a challenge.
Have 3 or more groups go at
the same time. This will be a
distraction to them as they try
and listen to their partner
Add in land mines in the maze,
if stepped on, they have to start
Add music to the room to cre-
ate a fun atmosphere
What you are about to witness
is going to be magical. The kids
that are quiet will open up. The
kids that think they know it all
will have to trust someone to
take direction. You will witness
your kids actively listening,
which is a skill not practiced
enough. You will see your kids
communicating to each, which
in the end, they will bring this
onto the court.
Please share your feedback
Coach Jason Hueppelsheuser
ASDC hosting
RBC Training Ground
Coaches Corner
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2/11/17-4 vs Fort Macleod 4
2/12/17-1 @ Taber 5
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2/11/17-4 @ Foothills 2
Bantam Tier 6 Red
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2/4/17-0 @ Indus 3
Midget Tier 4 Red
2/11/17-5 @ Nanton 6
2/12/17-4 vs Leth White 4
Pee Wee Hurricanes Red
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2/5/17-2 @ Med Hat 5
2/10/17-14 vs Cranbrook 1
2/11//17-4 @ Med Hat 4
Jr Eagles Girls
2/11/17-4 @ Central Alberta 6
2/12/17-4 @ Cochrane 8
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