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Senior girls win pool

Senior girls win pool

The Innisfail Jr./Sr. High School senior girls volleyball team placed first in their pool over the weekend in Ponoka. The team beat all five teams, which included Bonnyville, Leduc, Rimbey, Drayton Valley and Caroline.

Cyclones shut out Olds to end season with perfect record

The Mighty Cyclones played their last regular season game on Saturday against the Old Huskies and shut them out 24-0. The team finish the season with a perfect 6-0 record capturing the title of No. 1 ranked team in Central Alberta.

Eagles get off on the right foot

The Innisfail Eagles headed to Didsbury on Saturday for an exhibition game against the Kainai Chiefs of the Ranchland Hockey League.

High schools sending runners to provincials

Olds High School will be sending five of 10 cross-country running team members to the provincial championships in Medicine Hat on Oct. 15.
Volleyball players get tips on game

Volleyball players get tips on game

About 160 students from around the region took in a volleyball camp on Wednesday put on by the Olds College players and coaches.
Mousek, Baumgardt return to Team Alberta

Mousek, Baumgardt return to Team Alberta

Hannah Mousek and Taryn Baumgardt were selected to the U-18 Alberta women's hockey team that will be competing at the 2011 National Women's Under 18 championship in Saguenay, Quebec from Nov. 2 to 6.

Cyclones Take Down Defending Champs

The No. 1-ranked Cyclones Football team remain unbeaten on the season after defeating defending champions Red Deer Steelers 44-28 Thursday night at Great Chief Park.

Mousek, Baumgardt, return to Team Alberta

Hannah Mousek and Taryn Baumgardt were selected to the U-18 Alberta women’s hockey team that will be competing at the 2011 National Women’s Under 18 championship in Saguenay, Quebec from Nov. 2 to 6.
Water polo team looks for new members

Water polo team looks for new members

The Hurricanes have hit the water, preparing for another season at the Innisfail Aquatic Centre. The water polo team is in its fourth year, and coach Rashelle Wagers said she hopes more come out to level out the team.

Sixteen schools participate in run

More than 1,000 students ran through Centennial Park on a chilly Thursday morning, competing against one another.