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Amazons keep up hot play with weekend wins

The Central Alberta Amazons continued their winning ways over the weekend, picking up two wins to improve their season record to 6 wins and 0 losses.

Football players create their own path

Despite the fold of the varsity football program in Innisfail, the devoted found a way to continue playing. Luke Marshall, Grade 12 linebacker, travels to Sylvan Lake almost every day for practice and elsewhere over the weekends for games.

Sundre comes up just short of cross-country banner

The Sundre High School cross-country team competed in provincials this past Saturday, in the beautiful Cyprus Hills area. Hosted by Eagle Butte High School, the planning committee organized a challenging course.

Sundre player returns to Team Alberta

Sundre's Hannah Mousek and Innisfail's 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.

Bulldogs overpower visiting Titans

Despite a convincing 56-30 victory of the hometown Olds Bulldogs over the Drumheller Titans in Central Alberta Football League action on Saturday, there is still room for improvement in the ‘dogs play, says coach Neil Skaluba.

Grizzlys' skid hits six games

The Olds Grizzlys lost three games last week, extending their current losing streak to six games.

Huskies blanked by Cyclones

The Olds Huskies peewee football team was blanked by the Innisfail Cyclones 24-0 on Saturday at Normie Kwong Park. Despite giving it a good effort, the local club was unable to muster much against a tight Cyclones defence.

Cross Country team places third at championships

The season has ended for cross country teams at the middle school and high school level. Coach Dean Woroniuk, for the grade 8 and 9 group, said he season went well. “The numbers have increased. For grade 8 and 9, we had 24 athletes.
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.