Time to come out and cheer for Big Valley Oil Kings – Big Valley Bulletin

The Big Valley Oil Kings played their last league game in Hughenden this past Saturday night, extending their winning streak by defeating their hosts 12-3.

Despite their recent successes, the Kings still remain in seventh place with a record of 10-11-1.

It has been determined that the Kings will be playing the Sedgewick Sabres in a best-of-five series match beginning this Friday night, with the Sabres having the home game advantage first. Sedgewick will come to Big Valley on Saturday, Feb. 12 and then the Kings return to Sedgewick on Wednesday, Feb. 15.

If needed, another home game will be played in Big Valley on Friday, Feb. 18.

It’s time to rally the troops. Big Valley has faced Sedgewick twice this season, ending in scores of 6-3 and 5-3 in Sedgewick’s favour.

The Oil Kings are more than capable of upsetting the league’s second place team, and this promises to be an exciting series. So come out to the Big Valley arena on Saturday, Feb. 12 to cheer the team on. The puck drops at 8:30 p.m.

If you would like to get your fix on some more good hockey being played in our arena, the Stettler Junior B Lightnings will be playing in Big Valley on Friday, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m.

The place to be on Tuesday evenings is the Big Valley School Gymnasium. Why? Adult volleyball. If you are looking for a way to keep fit and stay active, or just a chance to get out for an evening with some friends, come out and join the fun. Adult volleyball is scheduled for Tuesday evenings at 7:30 till 9:30 p.m. from February until the end of April. Everyone is welcome.

Ten players were out for crib at the Big Valley Inn on Sunday, Feb. 6. 1st went to Phil D’Aoust, 2nd to Len Shaw, 3rd to Ernie Petrussa while the booby went to Caroline Pound.

This week’s lucky draw winner was Dorothy Annable. Special thanks to Pat for the lovely trays of goodies.

At the Drop In Centre, eight players were out for crib on Sunday. 1st went to Lynne Palmer, 2nd to Ron Milton and 3rd to Bob Boswell. This week the booby went to John Palmer.