Top athletic talent from across the province will take to the volleyball and basketball courts at Medicine Hat College (MHC) this winter when the Rattlers host two Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference championships.
After talk of how much better they have been playing as of late, the SAIT Trojans women's volleyball team were finally rewarded for their efforts. The Trojans ended an 11-game losing streak Friday night, beating the visiting Medicine Hat College Rattlers 3-0 (25-17, 25-17, 25-21) in their Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) contest played at SAIT's Campus Centre.
The Olds College Broncos headed into the Snake Pit to take on the Medicine Hat College Rattlers in the first half of a weekend series. The 2-10 Broncos hoped to start the second half stronger than the first, and the home Rattlers hoped to build on a strong end to the first half of the season.
The Olds Broncos headed back into the Snake pit for the second time in 2 nights to take on the Medicine Hat College Rattlers. With a Dominant Rattlers win the day before, the Broncos looked to play much better than the night before, while the Rattlers hoped to build on a strong performance from the night before.
Olds College Broncos women's volleyball team lost 3-1 (25-20, 21-25, 25-22, 25-16) to the Medicine Hat College Rattlers in the Community Appreciation Night Friday, Nov. 22 at the Ralph Klein Centre.The Broncos stepped out of the gates with a 6-1 lead, but Medicine Hat fought back forcing a Broncos timeout at 20-17 for Medicine Hat.
The Red Deer Queens stepped into the Snake Pit to take on the Rattlers, winners of their last 4 straight. Hoping to continue the trend, the Rattlers looked to take advantage of home court and come away with a win in the opener of the weekend series.
Shaya Suchy, a fifth year education student from Guernsey Saskatchewan, came in to Saturday night's home action against the Lethbridge Kodiaks knowing she needed to get 22 digs to break the ACAC career record of 1244 set by Brooke Peterson of the Briercrest Clippers between 2010-14.
The Briercrest Clippers faced off against the Medicine Hat College Rattlers for their second weekend in a row at home. The Rattlers took an early 3-0 lead on the Clippers, but it only took three more points for the Briercrest women to tie the game up.