Three Grizzlys going to college in U.S.

Three former members of the Olds Grizzlys have received scholarships to the States. Forward Brandon Clowes will attend the University of Alabama Huntsville while forward Bart Moran and defenceman Chris Stachiw are heading to Castleton State College, a Division III school in Vermont.

Three former members of the Olds Grizzlys have received scholarships to the States.

Forward Brandon Clowes will attend the University of Alabama Huntsville while forward Bart Moran and defenceman Chris Stachiw are heading to Castleton State College, a Division III school in Vermont.

Clowes played three seasons with the Grizzlys scoring 69 goals and adding 71 assists.

Moran also played three years and finished with 34 goals and 64 helpers while Stachiw had 20 goals and 43 assists in four season with the Alberta Junior Hockey League squad.

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