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Spartans outduelled by Titans

The Olds High School Spartans football team took one on the chin on Saturday in front of home fans at Normie Kwong Park, losing to the Drumheller Valley Secondary School Titans 35-18.

Huskies give good effort in defeat

The Olds Huskies Peewee football team lost 35-14 to the Lacombe Explosion on Saturday at Normie Kwong Park. It was the team's second game of the season while the Explosion have now played four.
Volleyball teams power through tourneys

Volleyball teams power through tourneys

Innisfail’s senior girls volleyball team placed first over the weekend at the Chinook’s Edge tourney in Olds.

Mighty Cyclones pick up impressive win

The Pee Wee Cyclones Football team showed why the Central Alberta Football League has dubbed them the Mighty Cyclones this year after another dominant 53-6 win over the Stettler Panthers.

Grizzlys split games at home, lose on road

The Olds Grizzlys split a pair of games on home ice last week while losing 5-4 to the Camrose Kodiaks in Camrose in Alberta Junior Hockey League action last week.

Bulldogs defeat Rocky Junior Rebels

The Olds Bulldogs defeated the Rocky Junior Rebels 39-28 on Saturday in Central Alberta Football League action. The win leaves the Bulldogs in sixth position in the league with a 2-1 record.

Next stop Edmonton for CPRA contenders

With the final two 2011 Canadian Professional Rodeo Association rodeos held this past weekend at McCord, Sask. and Hanna, Alta., most of the rodeo hands have packed their saddlebags and ridden off into the sunset.

Teens ride to victory at 4-H invitational rodeo

To finish first, first you must finish. It's a time-worn adage in the world of auto racing, but it's also just as relevant in rodeo's roughstock events.

Junior girls get off to good volleyball start

The junior girls Spartans finished a home tournament on the weekend with a 2-2-1 record.

Strong man athletes prepare for upcoming car pulls, tire flips

An event that will test the strength of competitors through challenges like pulling a car and lifting river rock has been rescheduled for next month. Originally set for Sept. 17, the Strong Man Competition is now slated for Oct.