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Seven different players scored for the St. Albert Sabres in Wednesday’s 8-0 shutout of the Camrose Kodiaks at Akinsdale Arena. Jake Mykitiuk led the way with a pair, including the opening goal at the 8:13 mark.
Slam-dunk win by Skyhawks

Slam-dunk win by Skyhawks

Jasper Place High School – The St. Albert Skyhawks were no pushovers in Thursday's opening game against the host women's team at the REB Invitational Basketball Tournament.

Raiders undefeated in seven

The St. Albert Raiders are back on the road this weekend as they face off against the south division Red Deer Rebels and Calgary Royals.
Kennedy sweeps into Olympic trials

Kennedy sweeps into Olympic trials

Rexall Place – The best of the best are curling up a storm at the Roar of the Rings. “This is the toughest competition you will ever play in. With the calibre of teams, and what’s on the line, it’s as good as it gets.
Super sub assists Ferbey Four

Super sub assists Ferbey Four

Rexall Place — Dan Holowaychuk has the best seat in the house at the Roar of the Rings as the super sub for the legendary Ferbey Four. The St.

Merchants fail to show up Sunday

A loss Friday to the North Edmonton Red Wings has the St. Albert Merchants on a four-game slide and second last in the west division of the Capital Junior B Hockey League.
Sabres tied up twice

Sabres tied up twice

After finishing second in the Abbotsford tournament, the St. Albert Sabres returned to battle to a pair of ties against the Maple Leafs and KC Squires in the Alberta Major Bantam Hockey League. St.
Hockey Digest

Hockey Digest

After Sunday’s 8-1 spanking by the Bonnyville Pontiacs, the St. Albert Steel locked their dressing room door and held a players’-only meeting.

On Tap

The St. Albert Skyhawks varsity women’s team and the Paul Kane Blues’ junior boys and girls will hoop it up at the 28th annual Jasper Place High School REB International Invitational Basketball Tournament.

U17 worlds on tap for local players

A pair of St. Albert players will have the opportunity of a lifetime to wear the Maple Leaf jersey at the World U17 Hockey Challenge. Left-winger Travis Ewanyk of the Edmonton Oil Kings and netminder Liam Liston of the midget AAA St.