This weeks Deer Park Golf Report featuring Director of Golf Al Sauser
Thursday, 17 May 2018
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
The Yorkton Terriers will be holding their Annual General Meeting on Monday June 25th starting at 7PM at the Gallagher Center.
The Terriers invite applications for vacant positions on the Board of Directors. There are currently three (3) one-year terms and six (6) two-year terms to be filled. Directors will be elected or acclaimed at the AGM.
Nomination forms can be dropped off at the Terrier Office via email or in person.
For more information contact the Terriers by phone at 306-783-4077 or by email at email@example.com
Monday, 14 May 2018
The Saskatchewan High School Badminton Championships took place this past Saturday in Wilkie.
Melville's Clarizze Perpetua (pictured above left) captured her 3rd straight Girls Singles title by beating Regina's Lorena Yeung 21-12, 21-16 in the Gold Medal Game.
Meanwhile, Talon Frick and Kylie Severson (pictured above middle & right) also of Melville defeating Regina O'Neil's Ella Brady and Liam Schmidt in 2 sets both by a 21-19 score to win the Bronze medal in Mixed Doubles.
The 2018 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships wrapped up over the weekend in Membertou, Nova Scotia.
In the Female division, Team Manitoba captured the Gold Medal with a 5-3 win over Ontario South. Swan River's Kaila Powell was a member of Team Manitoba.
Meanwhile in the Bronze medal game, Team Saskatchewan slipped by BC 4-3 in overtime to claim 3rd place. Saskatchewan featured Ochapowace products Jordyn and Kyla Bear.
In the Male Division Gold Medal game, Team Saskatchewan surrendered 4 unanswered goals including the game winner in overtime as Team British Columbia came back to win it all, 6-5 in OT over Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan had local products Alex Moar, Kishaun Gervais and Josh Bear, Yorkton Rawtec Mauler D Danton L'Heureux and Yorkton Terrier prospect Austin Lamotte
Meanwhile, Team Manitoba beat Ontario South 4-1 to capture the Bronze.
(Waywayseecappo's Cole and Brian Mentuck & Wayway Wolverines' forward Preston Seymour were members of Team Manitoba while Swan Valley Stampeder alumni and Dauphin product Daniel Chartrand was an Asst. Coach)
Thursday, 10 May 2018
Wednesday, 9 May 2018
The Richardson Pioneer Men's Fastball League kicked into high gear with two close games Tuesday Night. Da Boyz had a memorable first game in the league with two home-runs in the bottom of the 7th and final inning to defeat the Rosebud Royals 8-7. Francis Bird lead the final inning off with a solo home-run and Jamie Wolfe hit a 2 run walk off just two batters later. The Royals Brynn Achtymichuk went 3 for 3 on the night and also homered in the game.
Further north the Foam Lake Merchants fell to the Stoney Creek Braves 5-4. Stoney scored all their runs in the first inning and Foam lake battled back scoring 4 runs to make it close. The Braves, Dusty Keshane, had 12 strikeouts while James Anderson had 9.
-May 10 Fishing Lake Cubs at Rosebud Royals
-May 11 Da Boyz at Foam Lake Merchants 6:30/8:00
-May 12 Da Boyz at Wynyard Blues 1:00/3:00
-May 12 Da Boyz at Wynyard Blues 1:00/3:00
Tuesday, 8 May 2018
RED DEER, AB – Brent Sutter, General Manager/Head Coach of the Red Deer Rebels Hockey Club, announced today Brad Flynn and Ryan Colville have been hired as Assistant Coaches.
For two seasons before his time in Acadie-Bathurst, he was the Assistant General Manager/Associate Coach/Marketing Director for the Swan Valley Stampeders of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. Flynn graduated from Brock University (St. Catherines, ON) in 2011. His father Dan is currently an Assistant Coach with the Portland Winterhawks.
Brad Flynn – “I’m extremely excited to become a part of the Red Deer Rebels organization. Growing up on the East Coast the Rebels and City of Red Deer’s reputation is second to none. Getting the opportunity to work for Mr. Sutter is a special opportunity and I am very fortunate to do so. As proud as I am to join the organization, my young family is just as excited to join a great community like Red Deer. I would like to thank the Corpus Christi IceRays organization, Mr. Lange and Cass Lange along with a quality staff and a great group of players made this opportunity possible. They believed in me enough to give me my first head coaching job, the players trusted our plan and we laid a good foundation for success.”
Ryan Colville is from Milton, Ontario and was the President/General Manager/Head Coach of the Cincinnati Thunder of the North American 3 (Junior) Hockey League from 2015-17. Before going to Cincinnati, Colville was the Los Angeles Kings Video Coach for five seasons and was part of the Kings 2012 Stanley Cup Championship. He was also Video Coach with the Columbus Blue Jackets for two seasons before going to Los Angeles and is a graduate of Ohio State University in 2008.
Ryan Colville – “I’m extremely excited to join the Red Deer Rebels family. I am grateful for the opportunity to work with Brent to help the team and the players succeed. I have heard nothing but great things about the Red Deer community and their passion for the Rebels. I can’t wait to get started.”
Brent Sutter – “Since the season ended, and our two assistant coaching positions became available, we had a lot of top candidates apply for the positions. Through the process of researching our candidates, and interviewing some, we have been very fortunate to have it come to Brad and Ryan as the two people that fit all the needs we are looking for in these coaching positions. Although young, both have a wealth of experience and will be great additions to the staff. Their loyalty, work ethic, enthusiasm, communication skills, and creativity on how the game is played today will be very beneficial to the players and our staff.”
Both Brad Flynn and Ryan Colville will be at the Red Deer Rebels Prospects camp June 1-3 in Penhold.
(Rebels Press Release)