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Central Alberta trio survive Games cut

A trio of Central Albertans has survived the latest round of cuts made by Hockey Alberta.

Buccaneers prepare for playoffs

It's not the way the Red Deer Buccaneers wanted to end the regular season. Coming off two consecutive bye weeks because of a schedule change, the Buccaneers looked rusty in a 20-7 loss on Saturday to the Stallions in Edmonton.
Big expectations laid out for Rebels

Big expectations laid out for Rebels

The weather co-operated perfectly for the opening day of Red Deer Rebels training camp.
Rebels' camps ends with tough decisions

Rebels' camps ends with tough decisions

Now that training camp is done, the Red Deer Rebels are preparing for the 2010 - 2011 WHL exhibition season. Camp wrapped last Wednesday with the annual Black and White game, won by Team White 9 - 8 in the shootout.

Digging deep for Lacombe athletics

The Lacombe Athletic Park Association has landed another high profile investor. Lacombe-Ponoka MLA Ray Prins was at the Memorial Centre in Lacombe recently to announce $125,000 in provincial funding for the MEGlobal Athletic Park.

Hockey Admirals get serious about training

The Sylvan Lake Admirals are serious about competing with the big boys in the Chinook Hockey League.
Ferraro traded to Everett Silvertips

Ferraro traded to Everett Silvertips

Landon Ferraro's time with the Red Deer Rebels is over.

Olds's futsal joins ACAC

Olds College is moving up the ranks. The college's futsal program has joined the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC), just in time for the 2010-2011 season.

Ferraro's time to seek greener pastures

It came as no surprise to me last week when I received the media release from the Red Deer Rebels saying Landon Ferraro had been traded to the Everett Silvertips.

Building confidence key to Spartans success

The Olds High School senior girls volleyball team was defeated in the quarter-final match at the annual Spartan Smash on Friday and Saturday. The Spartans lost to the Lacombe Rams in straight sets 15-25, 23-25.