Lack of coaches jeopardizing minor hockey league

first_imgCurrently the Bantam/Midget portion of the league is suffering from a lack of coaches, which could have serious effects on the league.If the quota for coaches is not filled by next week, the league may have to postpone its opening game dates, or may even cancel the upcoming season.Anyone interested in coaching must be certified to do so. If interested and not certified, coaching clinics will be held in the upcoming month, and Fort St. John Minor Hockey is willing to reimburse anyone who takes part in the clinic.- Advertisement -Interested applicants will also have to complete their criminal background check.For more information on becoming a coach or to submit your resume, contact the Senior Rec hockey Director Daneille Armstrong at 250-793-5599 or visit the Fort St. John Minor Hockey official website.last_img read more

From Buff Stadium to The World Series A Look Back at Houstons

first_imgballparksofbaseball.comColt Stadium, the home of Houston’s first Major League team, the Colt .45’s. Listen 00:00 /19:35 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Xcenter_img Share The Astros return host Game 3 of the American League Championship Series today with the series tied 1-1. As the Astros strive to defend their first-ever championship, you could argue that we’re currently living in the golden age of Houston baseball. And while this is a great time to be a baseball fan in this city, Houston has had a rich history with the game, as we discussed earlier this year with Houston historian Mike Vance.He’s written two books on the early days of Houston baseball – Houston Baseball: The Early Years 1861-1961 and Houston’s Sporting Life: 1900-1950.In the audio above, we revisit our conversation with him from July of 2018 about the Buffaloes, the Colt .45s, and the city’s love of Dizzy Dean.last_img read more