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Golden ring for Pace

Alberta struck gold in dramatic fashion at the Canadian Ringette Championships. In the U16 junior AA final, Kennedie Wolosyn of St.

Tigers stack team

It promises to be a banner year for the Tigers Baseball Association as the senior and junior teams will join forces at provincials.

Flippin' out for provincials

Shae-Lyn Fontaine is making the grade with high marks as a competitive gymnast.

On Tap

Registration totals for the 25th annual St. Albert 10-Mile Road Race surpassed the 500 mark Monday. The latest tally for Sunday’s race included entries online at www.eventsonline.ca and by mail.

Cherewyk living the dream

Lauren Cherewyk loved every minute of her junior year at Boston University. Off the ice, the former St. Albert Slash and Edmonton Chimos’ forward is en route to finishing her communications degree.

On Tap

An innovative charitable hockey tournament supporting Alzheimer’s research is under way at Servus Credit Union Place.

Firsts have score to settle

The first loss of the season in the Alberta Cup final was tough to swallow for the rugby team that can't win the big game. "It left a sour taste in your mouth how it ended last year," said Chal Smyth, head coach of the St.

Curling Chatter

The last hurrah for the greatest curling rink ever assembled will be staged next weekend at the Players' Championship in Dawson Creek, B.C. It will mark the end of an era for the Ferbey Four, as St.

Sports Extra

Zone 5 Pace will go for the gold today against Ontario or Quebec in the U16 junior AA final at the Canadian Ringette Championships in Saskatoon. In the round robin the Ringette Alberta champions finished undefeated in eight games.

Plomp pumped for provincials

The Artistic Gymnastics Provincial Championships promise to bring out the very best in Graham Plomp after last year's breakthrough in men's high performance. "I want to go to nationals again.