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28th Keyano Huskies Awards Ceremony

28th Keyano Huskies Awards Ceremony

 

Women's Soccer

Isabela Bustos-Chaba    Hardest working certificate       

Maya Reid    Most Improved certificate       

Blanca Palavencino    Rookie of the Year       

Nataly Salas    MVP       

               

Women's Basketball

Entire Team Hardest working certificate       

Entire Team Most Improved certificate       

Georgia Sherstan     Rookie of the Year       

Augusta Kievisaite    MVP       

               

Men's Soccer

Rodrigo Kobesch    Hardest working certificate       

Matthew Carreiro    Most Improved certificate       

Alex Tougher    Rookie of the Year       

Pedro Bianchi    MVP       

               

Women's Volleyball

Lauren Popowich    Hardest working certificate       

Tuesday, March 27, 2018/Author: Michelle Daley/Number of views (78)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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inaugural Zara and Bridget Chambers Memorial High School Futsal Tournament

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Monday March 26, 2018

 

Teams from the inaugural Zara and Bridget Chambers Memorial High School Futsal Tournament surround Keyano Huskies fifth year soccer/futsal stars Pedro Bianchi (left No.10) and Rodrigo Wogel Koebsch (right No. 7) as they are presented framed team jerseys. The five-team co-ed event held Sunday at the Syncrude Sport & Wellness Centre was captured by the Father Patrick Mercredi Community High School Trappers in a penalty shootout against the Westwood Community High School Trojans.

 

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Curtis J. Phillips Keyano College Huskies Sports Information Officer (780) 743-4853 h (780) 370-5675 c cjphillips@shaw.ca

 

Murad Sukru Keyano Huskies Men’s and Women’s Soccer head coach  (905) 536-5004 c 780- 791-8900 w murad.sukru@keyano.ca

 

Tuesday, March 27, 2018/Author: Michelle Daley/Number of views (66)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Inaugural Zara & Bridget Chambers Memorial High School Futsal tournament will be held Sunday March 25, 2018

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Tuesday March 20 2018

 

Inaugural Zara & Bridget Chambers Memorial High School Futsal tournament will be held Sunday March 25, 2018 at Syncrude Sport & Wellness Alberta Building Trades Field from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Participating will be co-ed teams from Ecole MacTavish Junior High Public School Marauders,  Father Patrick Mercredi Community High School Trappers, Fort McMurray Composite High School Miners, Holy Trinity High School Northern Knights and Westwood Community High School Trojans.

Free admission and concession.

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Curtis J. Phillips Keyano College Huskies Sports Information Officer (780) 743-4853 h (780) 370-5675 c cjphillips@shaw.ca

 

Murad Sukru Keyano Huskies Men’s and Women’s Soccer head coach  (905) 536-5004 c 780- 791-8900 w murad.sukru@keyano.ca

 

ABOUT ZARA AND BRIDGET CHAMBERS

Excerpts from the Fort McMurray TODAY  by Curtis J. Phillips (Keyano Huskies Sports Information Officer, Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference Sports Writer)

For every 1,000 births, the odds are that there will be at least one set of triplets.

Bridget, Grace and Zara Chambers are fraternal triplets from Rocky Mountain House, Alberta.

Sports are a main stay in their life.

Grace is a member of University of Calgary Dinos women's wrestling program, while Bridget and Zara are teammates on the Keyano Huskies women's soccer team.

That 1-in-1,000 wor

Wednesday, March 21, 2018/Author: Michelle Daley/Number of views (114)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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ACAC Futsal Championship GOLD for Keyano Huskies men

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After a one-year gold medal hiatus, the Huskies maouvered their way to their fifth ACAC Men’s Futsal banner in the last six years, with an penalty shootout 3-2 score against the Olds College Broncos.

Tied 1-1 after regulation, Gabriel Koebsch scored at 2:45 of double overtime to send the game to penalty kicks.

Gabriel’s older brother Rodrigo Wogel Koebsch scored the only goal in penalty kick sessions for the win.

 “It’s 50 minutes and the game can go much longer with stoppage time and possible overtime, so we had to pace ourselves,” said Huskies head coach Murad Sukru, of the Huskies five-man side, which was playing with no substitutions as Joseph Lambele had hurt his leg in the semi-final 6-5 decision against defending champ Medicine Hat Rattlers earlier in the day. Teammate Pedro Bianchi had received a red card in the same match.

Huskies goalie Cruz Coronel  made all three penalty kicks, the last one, “knocking the wind out of him,“ said Sukru.

“Cruz was a left back transitioning into a goal keeper and I could not be more proud of how he stepped up for the team and stepped up for the program and won tournament MVP.  That last shot knocked the wind out of him and I went over to him (when Coronel was prone on the floor) and he looked up and told me that he did not know if he could face one more shot. He did not realize that the game was over. He did not know where he was for a second.”

Huskies beat Kodiaks 9-1,  Rustlers 10-2., Lions  7-2 and defending champ Rattlers 6-5 in the semi-final.

In a Facebook post Sukru added: “Men's side have gone down in history playing with 6 players and only 4 in the finals to win ACAC futsal championship over the weekend is unheard of and using our left back as our keeper to win MVP of the tournament is incredible.  I would like to thank and congratulate Rodrigo Wogel and Pedro Bianchi for there tremendous contribution to Keyano! Putting in five years of hard work on and off the pitch! Great role models in the class room and on the pitch. True legends!! I would also like to thank my amazing coaching staff, Angél Jai Jai Goldson, Jules Ohelo, Jane Barter.”

Broncos also went undefeated in prior contests: Olds 2 Rattlers 0, Olds 6 Vikings 2,  Olds 3 Eagles 2 and Olds 5 Lakeland 2.

Olds last ever medal in men’s futsal was in 2011-2012 in the bronze medal match 3-2 to the Huskies.

“I think it is pretty huge for the college and program to be where we are,” said Broncos head coach Macky Singh. “We stepped away from futsal for a while (2015-2016) and this year we went all the way to the finals.

“It shows good development for not only our futsal program this year but soccer as well.”

Rattlers beat  Lakeland 5-2 to claim bronze medal status.

Keyano College Huskies women's split their games Saturday losing to defending champ

Monday, March 19, 2018/Author: Michelle Daley/Number of views (78)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Keyano Huskies win bronze at CCAA Men's Volleyball Championships

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Sunday March 11, 2018

 

by Curtis J. Phillips

ACAC Sports Writer

Keyano Huskies Sports Information Officer

 

With the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) men’s volleyball champion SAIT Trojans out of the medal hunt at the 2017-2018 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Men's Volleyball Championships, the pressure was now on ACAC Wildcard Keyano College Huskies.

History will show that during the last 39 years, an ACAC team has medaled at the men’s volleyball national showcase every year accept 2015, 1988 and 1983.

We can now make that 40 years as the Huskies came back in the bronze medal match Saturday evening to beat the host Camosun Chargers 25-16, 22-25, 11-25, 28-26 and 15-13 at the Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence in Victoria, British Columbia.

“It is something that we can be very proud of,” said Huskies coach Keegan Kuhr, of the bronze medal, which is only the third ever CCAA medal for the Fort McMurray-based school, the Huskies capturing silver at the 2015-2016 CCAA Men's Soccer Championships while Lisa Collins earned a bronze in CCAA women's cross country in 2003-2004.

Justin Delorme had 25 kills in victory. Teammate Radoslaw Brzozowski added 10 kills and a service ace.

Both players were named to the All Tournament team with Delorme making First All Star and Brzozowski Second All Star status.

Setter Kelly Woods was named Huskies Player of the Game with 25 assists, three kills and four blocks

“Delorme was an animal and to have 50 kills in one day...with that sort of volume for him to play that way, was something special,” said Kuhr of the 4th year 6-foot-6 student/athlete (Business Admin) from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

“Everyone stepped up an had big games and for the guys leaving the program after their fifth year or guys graduating from their programs, they get to leave with a national medal.”

It was the se

Monday, March 12, 2018/Author: Michelle Daley/Number of views (105)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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