Bashaw Minor Hockey

Bashaw’s Oliver Ringwall gets in too close to the Viking goaltender, but is able to regain control of the puck before ended up beating the goalie just seconds later on the wrap-around to put the Stars up 2-0 in the first period at home Mar. 9. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Bashaw’s atom Stars fall to Viking in league semifinal

Atom Stars will have to settle playing for third

 

Bashaw School’s junior Rebels basketball team have had one its strongest seasons in many years losing only one game and participating in regionals. Pictured in this photo back row (l-r): Adam Healing, Carver Middleton, Hudson Miller, Tristan Schoff, Kole Woolsey. Front row: Brock Dawbin, Luke Wray, Joey Morris. Missing: Ethan Taylor, Will Schwab and Ethan Cummings. Photos submitted

Bashaw’s junior basketball squad brings memorable season

The junior Rebels went further in the league than ever before, making it to regionals

  • Mar 5, 2019

 

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Bashaw peewee club’s season comes to an abrupt end

Players decide not to go into playoffs without one of their teammates

 

Close call: This puck was so close it flew just past the goalie, but not quite in. The atom Stars worked over time to keep a solid defense against the Camrose Blackhawks.                                 Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

PHOTOS: Bashaw atom Stars take silver at home tourney

The Stars played a solid weekend of hockey on home ice

Close call: This puck was so close it flew just past the goalie, but not quite in. The atom Stars worked over time to keep a solid defense against the Camrose Blackhawks.                                 Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye
Sensational Stars: Taylor Fankhanel,left, and Ty Heisler from the peewee Stars were just two of the Bashaw Minor Hockey members that went out collecting bottles last month that raised a tremendous $4,300. All the money will be handed off to Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern Alberta. This is the second year for the fundraiser, held in conjunction with teams from Bashaw heading to Bonnyville this coming weekend for the annual Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern Alberta Winterland Invitational tournament. Photos by Kristy Lourance

PHOTOS: Bashaw Stars raise $4,300 for Ronald McDonald House

Huge haul from bottle drive in support of charity hockey tournament in Bonnyville

Sensational Stars: Taylor Fankhanel,left, and Ty Heisler from the peewee Stars were just two of the Bashaw Minor Hockey members that went out collecting bottles last month that raised a tremendous $4,300. All the money will be handed off to Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern Alberta. This is the second year for the fundraiser, held in conjunction with teams from Bashaw heading to Bonnyville this coming weekend for the annual Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern Alberta Winterland Invitational tournament. Photos by Kristy Lourance
The Bashaw atom Stars battle with a pair of Viking players for a loose puck in front of the goal during the third period of the Stars 6-1 loss Dec. 8, the club’s first of the season. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Stars all align for Hockey Day in Bashaw

The annual day to celebrate local hockey brings out great support in Bashaw

The Bashaw atom Stars battle with a pair of Viking players for a loose puck in front of the goal during the third period of the Stars 6-1 loss Dec. 8, the club’s first of the season. Photo by Jordie Dwyer
Bashaw’s Brock Dawbin goes after a rebound, but wasn’t able to slip the puck behind the Battle River netminder in this scrum in the first period Nov. 24. Bashaw would wind up winning 4-3. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Bashaw Peewee Stars engineer one goal win over Battle River

4-3 victory on home ice marks second win of the season for squad

Bashaw’s Brock Dawbin goes after a rebound, but wasn’t able to slip the puck behind the Battle River netminder in this scrum in the first period Nov. 24. Bashaw would wind up winning 4-3. Photo by Jordie Dwyer
Bashaw Minor Hockey kicked off a new season over the weekend with the peewee Stars getting a win on home ice.                                File photo

Bashaw peewee Stars start off pre-season with win, loss

Minor hockey pre-season begins for one local team, one more to start this weekend

Bashaw Minor Hockey kicked off a new season over the weekend with the peewee Stars getting a win on home ice.                                File photo
Despite efforts to maintain what Bashaw Minor Hockey had last season, it wasn’t enough to hang onto a bantam team for this season. File photo

Bashaw Minor Hockey numbers down slightly with losss of bantam club

Four local teams once again taking to the ice this season with games beginning this weekend

Despite efforts to maintain what Bashaw Minor Hockey had last season, it wasn’t enough to hang onto a bantam team for this season. File photo
The rebranded Dallas Bergstrom Hockey Camp attracted a good number of Bashaw and area players for the weekend long camp at the Bashaw Arena. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

Bergstrom gives back to help Bashaw’s young hockey players

Former AJHL defenceman hanging onto his passion through mentoring young players

The rebranded Dallas Bergstrom Hockey Camp attracted a good number of Bashaw and area players for the weekend long camp at the Bashaw Arena. Photos by Jordie Dwyer
Scoring more than laughs - A few young representatives of Bashaw Minor Hockey hold onto a huge donation of $1,000 that was presented to the Bashaw Fire Department last week. The donation was for the department’s volunteer support given to the association at its annual comedy fundraiser last month. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTO: Supportive exchange

Bashaw Minor Hockey helps out local fire service for their volunteer support

Scoring more than laughs - A few young representatives of Bashaw Minor Hockey hold onto a huge donation of $1,000 that was presented to the Bashaw Fire Department last week. The donation was for the department’s volunteer support given to the association at its annual comedy fundraiser last month. Photo by Jordie Dwyer
Newfoundland comic and event headliner Colin Hollett had the crowd howling as he told of his brush with death on an Edmonton street before coming to do the show. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Bashaw Minor Hockey nets five figures at fundraiser

Night of hilarious comedy helps generate over $10,000 for local hockey association

Newfoundland comic and event headliner Colin Hollett had the crowd howling as he told of his brush with death on an Edmonton street before coming to do the show. Photo by Jordie Dwyer
Bashaw Stars bantam squad pose with the third place bronze banner March 18 after taking the series in Ponoka. Photo submitted

Bashaw bantam Stars season turns out just great

Teams beats Ponoka for league bronze medal following a special season

Bashaw Stars bantam squad pose with the third place bronze banner March 18 after taking the series in Ponoka. Photo submitted
Bashaw Stars’ bantam goalie Colin Sim looks to make a save against a Tofield player March 9 at home during league playoffs. This was the first of the series but the Stars lost both. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Bashaw’s bantam Stars had tough playoff series vs Tofield

The Stars lost to Tofield in two games, one at home and the other away

Bashaw Stars’ bantam goalie Colin Sim looks to make a save against a Tofield player March 9 at home during league playoffs. This was the first of the series but the Stars lost both. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye
Bashaw Stars bantam club and a pair of other Bashaw teams are hoping to find more success in the Northern Alberta Interlock playoffs taking place this month. File photo

Bashaw Stars teams streaking into the playoffs

Bantams walk over first round opponent, atoms got opening round bye

Bashaw Stars bantam club and a pair of other Bashaw teams are hoping to find more success in the Northern Alberta Interlock playoffs taking place this month. File photo
The Bashaw bantam Stars, shown here in a game against Ponoka earlier this season, were the last of the three local clubs to see their provincial championship trek derailed. File photo

Bashaw Stars path to provincials blacked out

There will be no Bashaw hockey clubs playing for provincial championships this season.

The Bashaw bantam Stars, shown here in a game against Ponoka earlier this season, were the last of the three local clubs to see their provincial championship trek derailed. File photo
Novice Stars Noah Ahenakew shoots, and scores, Jan. 27 during the team’s home tourney. The Stars had a strong weekend with a B-finals win.

Bashaw’s novice Stars managed a solid B-final win at home tourney

Bashaw’s arena was full during the novice tourney that brought hundreds

Novice Stars Noah Ahenakew shoots, and scores, Jan. 27 during the team’s home tourney. The Stars had a strong weekend with a B-finals win.
Bashaw Stars Ayla Masse fires a shot at the Stettler goal, which ricocheted off the goalie’s skate then wide of the net, during their game in the Initiation tournament on Jan. 21. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Bashaw’s youngest Stars shine in tournament

Bashaw Initiation hockey players have some fun in recent tournament

Bashaw Stars Ayla Masse fires a shot at the Stettler goal, which ricocheted off the goalie’s skate then wide of the net, during their game in the Initiation tournament on Jan. 21. Photo by Jordie Dwyer
Bashaw’s Ethan Bloomquist works a slap shot Jan. 13 during a home game against Stony Plain. The Stars won a solid 11-5.                                Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Bashaw’s bantam Stars come out ahead during Stars Day

Stars create a solid win against Stony Plain bantam 2

Bashaw’s Ethan Bloomquist works a slap shot Jan. 13 during a home game against Stony Plain. The Stars won a solid 11-5.                                Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye
Hockey action - Stars’ Noah Ahenakew, left, and Taylen Copland work on trying to get the puck into the Rimbey zone during play in the second period of Bashaw’s 6-4 win Jan. 6. See story and photos on page 5. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Bashaw novice Stars bounce back against Rimbey

Stars rebound in final frame to earn 6-4 victory, still having fun

Hockey action - Stars’ Noah Ahenakew, left, and Taylen Copland work on trying to get the puck into the Rimbey zone during play in the second period of Bashaw’s 6-4 win Jan. 6. See story and photos on page 5. Photo by Jordie Dwyer