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Grizzlys in tough on home ice

The Olds Grizzlys found themselves fighting a losing battle in two home contests last week against Alberta Junior Hockey League opponents.

Broncos women do well on B.C. road trip

The Olds College Broncos junior varsity women's basketball team came away from a recent pre-season trip to the West Coast brimming with confidence after beating the Camosun College Chargers in Victoria on Nov. 5, 71-68 in overtime.

Cyclones ready for provincial finals this Saturday

More than 100 people are expected to turn out to the high school football field this weekend for provincial finals between the Innisfail Pee Wee Cyclones and Calgary Colts.
Spartan girls claim league title

Spartan girls claim league title

Coming off a consolation side win at a tournament in Vegreville on Nov. 4 and 5, the Olds High School senior girls volleyball team claimed the south Chinook's Edge School Division league title on Wednesday in Sundre.

Eagles take a road trip to Lloyd

This weekend saw the Eagles head up to Lloydminster for a couple of matinee games against the host Lloydminster Border Kings.

Eagles finally burst the bubble

The Innisfail Eagles had a home-and-home weekend against the Stony Plain Eagles. Friday night the Eagles played at home and then ventured up the good old Highway 2 on Saturday.

Gans burns Grizzlys day after trade

Just a day after being granted a trade to the Okotoks Oilers, defenceman Craig Gans burned his hometown team by assisting on the overtime winner against the Olds Grizzlys in Alberta Junior Hockey League play on Friday.

Undefeated team host zones next week

IHS senior girls maintained their undefeated status last week, finishing the last league game of the season victorious against the rival undefeated team from Camrose. “It was nerve-racking,” said Taryn Kramer of the final game of the night.

Grizzlys trade top scorer, hometown defenceman

The Olds Grizzlys traded the team's top scorer so far this season, Taylor Bourne, to the Coquitlam Express of the British Columbia Hockey League in exchange for 18-year-old forward Mitch Deacon and future considerations.
Pee wee Cyclones win league championship

Pee wee Cyclones win league championship

In 2009, the Peewee Cyclones football team shocked the province by winning the B-side championship and winning a silver medal at provincials. That year was the first time in Football Alberta history a town, not a city, was in the provincial finals.