The Apex Landscaping Novice Rimbey Renegades and the Rimbey Co-op Novice Renegades participated in a tournament in Airdrie on November 21 and 22. It was a successful and fun-filled weekend for both teams.

The Rimbey Sirrs Law Group Bantam Renegades team sees competitive start to season

The Rimbey Sirrs Law Group Bantam Renegades team has had a competitive start to the season in NCMHA league.

The Rimbey Sirrs Law Group Bantam Renegades team has had a competitive start to the season in NCMHA league. Three of the team’s first five games have been decided by one goal, the last one being a 4-3 win over the Battle River Knights on home ice. Solid goaltending and strong defence has proven to be this team’s identity.

The Sirrs Law Group Bantam Renegades attended a tournament in Wetaskiwin November 20-22. The team’s last game of the tournament was a tough fought 5-4 loss to a strong Elk Point Bantam team.

The Co-operators Insurance Midget Rimbey Renegades team is a diverse group of young people. The group consists of two first year Midget goalies, three first year players, five second year players, eight third year players, and the only female playingMidget level contact hockey in NCMHA. This has created a team that is getting the job done with a 4-2-0 record, which is a good start to a fantastic season.

Rimbey Minor Hockey is working towards scoring their own goal against hunger in our community by encouraging all minor hockey families and community members to donate to the Rimbey Food Bank this holiday season. The goal is to collect 260items for the Food Bank, which is two items for each Rimbey Minor Hockey player. Starting December 1, donations will be accepted at the arena.


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