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Wrestler brings home silver

Amber Maschke brought home the silver medal from the Alberta Open wrestling tournament recently in Edson.

Special Olympic teams wrap up season

Another season has come to an end for two Special Olympics sports and the athletes involved.

Eagles heading to Provost for provincials

The Innisfail Eagles will be departing for the small eastern Alberta farming town of Provost on March 31 for the Investors Group Hockey Alberta Senior AA/A Provincial Championship.
Bowden Blades overcome hardship for a winning season

Bowden Blades overcome hardship for a winning season

For most 9- and 10-year-old minor hockey players this season came and went and was just another year of hockey, but for one atom team from Bowden this season became about much more than playing a game, it became about life.

Speed skater takeson 50, 100 km races

Despite blizzard like conditions local speed skater Rick Dijkstra braved the elements to place first in a 50 and a 100 kilometre speed skating marathon on Sylvan Lake last month.

Sr. boys finish strong at zones

Write your Story Here The Sundre High School Senior Boys basketball team concluded a very successful season last weekend at the South Central Zone tournament winning the consolation side of the tournament.

Broncos women go undefeated to claim championship

After a relatively successful fall schedule playing teams in the higher-ranked Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference, the Olds College women's Broncos basketball team came back with a real commitment to winning in the latter part of the year, going 20

Teams compete at provincials

The Olds Peewee female Thunder were among four local hockey teams that competed in provincial championships over the weekend. The Thunder lost in the final of the tournament, in Red Deer, 3-1 to Lamond.
Junior women's hockey at home in Penhold

Junior women's hockey at home in Penhold

A group of Central Alberta women are taking girls hockey to a whole new level and have chosen Penhold as the place to do it.

2011 season opens with bullriding and rodeos

After a winter hiatus local rodeo hands and members of the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association, are packing their saddlebags and trekking out onto the rodeo trail.