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New soccer referees hit the field

While St. Albert soccer teams were busy with their first tournament of the year last weekend, 14 new referees tried their hand at waving flags and blowing whistles for the first time.
Snow cancels championship games

Snow cancels championship games

Mother Nature doesn't seem to want to say 'play ball' quite yet as the annual St. Albert Early Bird tournament had its championship games postponed Monday morning. Future dates to settle the remainder of the tournament have not yet been announced.
Bulldogs beat PK with late try

Bulldogs beat PK with late try

The Bellerose Bulldogs snatched victory from the jaws of defeat in Wednesday’s cliffhanger against the Paul Kane Blues.

Wrap-Up

Steel win games Good hockey cubs beat the teams below them in the standings, and that's what the St. Albert Steel did last weekend.

Wrap-Up

The Fastball St. Albert bantam ’94 Angels went undefeated en route to winning the River City Tournament at Meadowview Diamonds.

Storm whips Wolverines

The St. Albert Storm unleashed its full potential on the football field in Thursday's tier III final. The team of Grade 9, 10 and 11 players scored a season-high 27 points and surrendered only one touchdown against the Sherwood Park Wolverines.
Bulldogs rock Paul Kane

Bulldogs rock Paul Kane

The Bellerose Bulldogs did the unthinkable in premier women’s high school rugby — they beat the Paul Kane Blues.

Tigers stone Rockies

The first pitch of the St. Albert Tigers’ season was thrown on Thursday and the home team made no mistake in coming out victorious. The Tigers defeated the Edmonton Rockies by a score of 11-0 at Legion Memorial Field in St.

Bantams shut out by White Sox

The St. Albert bantam AAA Cardinals dropped their first game of the regular season against the Spruce Grove White Sox on Monday night. The 7-0 defeat came on the heels of a 14-4 victory over Red Deer on Sunday. The Red Birds are 5-1 on the season.

Firsts dominate Druids

The 2008 Alberta Cup pennant winners and provincial finalists in premier men's rugby are on a mission to prove last year's success wasn't a fluke. "We will still beat people.