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Paul Kaiser
10:13 PM CST (US)
Hello, My name is Paul Kaiser and I'm the Squirt Tier II Coordinator for Bismarck hockey and I'm looking for a contact person at the Squirt level. I'm planning a year end Jamboree in Bismarck and was wondering if Rugby's Squirts would be interested in attending? This will be a fun event to put a cap on the end of the season. There is no charge for the Jamboree, but we are asking for a $100.00 from each team to help pay for the Refs. If I could get a contact number or if someone wants to get back to me I would appreciate it, my contact info is listed below, thanks in advance!
Paul Kaiser
Cell# 701-400-6759
03:00 AM CST (US)
Tony Beard
12:28 PM CST (US)
Trying to contact somebody for the mites tournament

Tony Beard
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Edited 11-26-2013 12:29 PM
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Noah Grant26
11:37 AM CST (US)
Im on the 2010-11 bantam team and we have won the first game of the b1 state tourney 5-2, we play Fargo at 4pm on saturday march 12
Edited 03-12-2011 11:37 AM
10:45 PM CST (US)
Rugby Amateur Hockey ASsociation hosting the State Bantam B1 Tournament at the Al Wentz Arena - March 11, 12 & 13. Put it on your calendar to join the fun!
10:35 AM CST (US)
RAHA has been offering hockey to youth in the area for 25 years. This year the Association joined efforts with the High School to offer hockey as a school sanction sport and did not offer Jr. Gold hockey through the Rugby Hockey Association. Last year the Association registered a total number of 81 players and this year has a growing number of 73 registered players. Even though the total is less than last year, we are very positive about the future of our program. This season is one of the best years for registration at the youngest levels.

Termites - who can start at age three goes through age 7 has 31 registered kids this year. They are coached by Justin Wright and Ben Kuhnhenn. At this age they learn basic skills; skating, stick handling, pushing the puck and begin learning game fundamentals. They have scrimmaged during a high school game in Rugby and are planning to do so again during the State Bantam B1 tournament to be hosted in Rugby this March.
Mites - range from ages 8-10 and have 19 registered players this season. They are coached by Keith Dibble and James Buckmeier. The skaters continue to learn game fundamentals as well as perfecting their skating by adding backward skating, stopping and stick handling and puck protection. The Mites have a few games throughout the season which goes from December to about the second week in March.
11:38 AM CST (US)
Braves rally by Jays
The last time Jamestown and Bottineau faced off against each other the Blue Jays had a brief lead vanish after the Braves scored three straight goals to close out the game. And on Friday, when Jamestown hosted Bottineau, not much was different. The Blue Jays took a 2-1 lead midway through the second period before Bottineau scored three unanswered goals to close out the period and eventually defeat Jamestown 5-3 at Wilson Arena.
The last time Jamestown and Bottineau faced off against each other the Blue Jays had a brief lead vanish after the Braves scored three straight goals to close out the game.

And on Friday, when Jamestown hosted Bottineau, not much was different.

The Blue Jays took a 2-1 lead midway through the second period before Bottineau scored three unanswered goals to close out the period and eventually defeat Jamestown 5-3 at Wilson Arena.

“We have to figure out how to get all of our guys to play their best hockey at the same time,” said Jamestown coach Matt Stockert. “We have a guy shine here and a guy shine there, but consistency is what we’re looking for out of everyone. Once we figure that out I think a lot of things will be different than what they are right now.”

Jackson Bernstein had two power play goals in the second period to lead the charge and Logan Millican scored his 15th goal of the season to help the Braves pull away.

Seth Serhienko scored a short-handed goal in the third period and Jamestown’s Hayden Swanson scored with 28.9 seconds to go to make it 5-3.

“It’s frustrating to lose that hockey game but they’re undefeated in the West Region for a reason,” Stockert said. “They’re a pretty good hockey team but I think they’re a beatable hockey team.”

Bottineau (5-0-0 West Region, 9-2-0) put 36 shots on Jamestown goalie Austin Hoggarth throughout the night while the Blue Jays landed 26 on Bottineau goalie Cody Brooks.

“He made some good saves for us tonight,” Stockert said of his senior netminder. “I think there are probably a few he would want back but you can’t ask a goaltender to face that many shots.”

Jamestown’s brief lead in the second period came when Travis Ingstad buried a trickling puck from in front of the net with 7:21 to go, but the lead didn’t last long.

Bernstein scored the first of his two power play goals in the period just one minute later when he tried to center a pass on an odd-man break but a Jamestown defender deflected the pass just over Hoggarth’s right shoulder to tie the game at 2-all.

Bernstein’s second power play goal came just over three minutes later when he slammed home a centering pass from teammate Harrison Aide.

Kyle Volk got the Braves on the board first with a one-timer in the slot from Millican — who entered Friday night’s game second in the state in total points.

The Blue Jays nearly knotted it up eight minutes later when Anthony Cook threw a pass that went off Ben Sorenson’s skate and into Bottineau’s net, but the goal was negated because Sorenson made a kicking motion when the puck hit his skate. The disallowed goal was the third Blue Jay goal called back in just over a two-period span dating back to Tuesday night’s contest with Devils Lake.

Jamestown (1-5-1 West, 2-7-1) did eventually tie the game before the end of the first period when Andrew Yatskis caught the Braves on a line change and scored on a breakaway with just over two minutes to go in the period. The goal was a power play goal for Yatskis, who has now found the net six times this season.

Bottineau 5, Jamestown 3

Bottineau 1 3 1 — 5

Jamestown 1 1 1 — 3


First period

1, BHS, Kyle Volk (Logan Millican), 4:14; 2, JHS, Andrew Yatskis (unassisted), 14:55, PP.

Second period

3, JHS, Travis Ingstad (Anthony Cook, Nick Jenson), 9:39; 4, BHS, Jackson Bernstein (unassisted), 10:39, PP; 5, BHS, Bernstein (Seth Serhienko, Harrison Aide), 14:0, PP; 6, BHS, Millican (Volk), 16:29.

Third period

7, BHS, Seth Serhienko (Aide, Cody Longie), 9:25, SH; 8, JHS, Hayden Swanson (Terry Bruns), 16:32.

Penalties: Bottineau 7 for 22 minutes; Jamestown 7 for 14 minutes.

Goalie saves: Bottineau, Cody Brooks 23; Jamestown, Austin Hoggarth 31.

Records: Bottineau 5-0-0 West, 9-2-0. Jamestown 1-5-1 West, 2-7-1.
Bantam Hockey
09:55 PM CST (US)
On Sunday, Rugby-Bottineau Bantams defeated MayPort 8-5. Scoring were Cody Bedlion (3), Luke Amsbaugh (2), Austyn Lorenz (2), and Nigel Hageness. Noah Grant (3) and Amsbaugh (2) had several assists. Riley Monson had 20 saves on 25 shots.
Last week Rugby-Bottineau traveled to Grafton Park River, winning by a score of 5-1. Goals were from Bedlion (2), Amsbaugh (2), and Lorenz. Grant (3) and Hageness (2) had multiple assists. Monson was near perfect on 28 shots.
On Sunday, Rugby-Bottineau dominated Langdon 20-3. Puck movement was spectacular at times, especially by the Amsbaugh-Bedlion-Grant line which accounted for 24 goals and assists. All players were involved in scoring with goals by Amsbaugh (5), Nick Schaan (4), Grant (3), Hageness (3), Lorenz (2), Bedlion, Hunter Haakenson, and Levi Indvik. Goalie Monson stopped 21 of 24 shots.
Games this weekend are Grand Forks Royals at 8:00 Friday (in Rugby) and on the road at 3:30 Sunday in Deloraine.
01:19 PM CST (US)
Bottineau Braves beat Jamestown 5-3 in Rugby
Volk and Hoffert pick up goals in Wentz Arena

Pierce County Tribune

The Bottineau Braves Hockey Team came to play at the Al Wentz Arena in Rugby and took home their first regional win of the season. The Braves beat Jamestown 5-3.

Kyle Volk and Leo Hoffert, two Rugby athletes who play with the Braves each picked up goals in the game to sweeten the victory.

"It was a fun atmosphere in Rugby and nice to see Leo and Kyle pick up goals in their home area," said Coach David Hoff, Bottineau.

The game started on the right note for the Braves when they scored the first goal to lead 1-0. Logan Millican made the shot with assistance from Nick Monson and Kyle Volk.

The Jays scored a powerplay goal to tie it at 1.

Leo Hoffert scored a goal from Zach Kihle to put the Braves in the lead 2-1.

Jamestown answered back with two powerplay goals to finish the first period in the lead 3-2.

"We made it a little tough on ourselves with some penalties in the 1st period," said Hoff. "They scored on all three penalties."

"I thought we got back to skating in the 2nd and 3rd periods," he added.

The Braves evened up the score in the first part of the second period with a goal made by Millican with assistance from Monson.

Ready to be back in the action, Bottineau took the lead 4-3 when Volk achieved a goal assisted by Millican and Monson.

Harrison scored in the third period to seal the 5-3 win with assistance from Cody Longie and Seth Serhienko.

Cody Brooks was in goal and finished with 46 saves.

"We were happy to pick up our 1st regionwin of the year," said Hoff.
11:02 AM CST (US)
Braves 5 Blue Jays 3 (Friday)
Braves 10 Midgets 4 (Saturday)
10:26 AM CST (US)
Score Update:

Firebirds 4, Braves 3 this past weekend.
High School Games
11:38 PM CST (US)
High School Games scheduled in Rugby this season included December 3 and January 14. Both JV & Varsity each night.
Rugby/Bottineau Bantams
11:35 PM CST (US)

On Saturday 11-27, Rugby-Bottineau Bantams opened their North Dakota Amateur Hockey Association schedule with a 5-2 win against the Grand Forks Spartans. Luke Amsbaugh scored 2 goals while Cody Bedlion, Noah Grant, and Hunter Haakenson added the other goals. Rugby-Bottineau tallied 49 shots. Riley Monson stopped 18 of 20 shots. On Sunday, Rugby-Bottineau lost a physical match to Boissevain in Bottineau by a score of 4-8. The Brave-Hawks were outshot, but hung in with Boissevain until the midpoint of the 3rd period. Goals were from Luke Amsbaugh, Cody Bedlion, Nigel Hageness, and Austyn Lorenz. Riley Monson stopped 35 of 43 shots. On a more ominous note, defenseman Braden Pewe is out for an indefinite period with a cracked fibula - this is a tough loss for a team with only 9 players. Ashley Blue (19U team), Austyn Lorenz and Shawn, Schaan (Peewees) will help when their schedules allow. Up next this weekend are two road games in Grafton-Park River and Langdon.
05:04 PM CST (US)
Go Braves! Is Botno playing anymore games in town?
Rugby/Bottineau Bantams
11:29 AM CST (US)
HIGH SCHOOL GAME; first home game for the High School team is December 3rd in Rugby JV at 5pm - Varsity at 7:30 pm. See you there!!
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