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Sweetheart win by Rush

The St. Albert Rush U16 ringette team was crowned the Kelowna Sweetheart Tournament champions Sunday. In the final the Rush rallied from a two-goal deficit to defeat Westview 4-2 to finish undefeated in the tournament.

Raiders finish second overall

The St. Albert Raiders lost the battle for first place to the Lloydminster Bobcats because of a tiebreaker. Last weekend the Raiders defeated the Lethbridge Hurricanes and Calgary Northstars to finish 23-6-6 in the Alberta Midget AAA Hockey League.

Slash sweeps Saints

The St. Albert Slash outscored the Spruce Grove PAC Saints 13-3 in two games while sweeping the opening playoff round in the Alberta Major Midget Female Hockey League. Melissa Kueber scored twice in game one, a 6-2 win at Akinsdale Arena.

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Tara Feser of St. Albert was named to the Canadian national women’s wheelchair basketball team for the third straight year.

On Tap

On-site registration for the St. Albert Nordic Ski Club’s annual Family Day Fun Loppet starts 10:30 a.m. Monday at Kingswood Park. The 400-metre race goes at noon, followed by the 1.25 km, 2.5 km, 3.75 km and 5 km distance events at 12:15 p.m.

Steel pumped for playoffs

With the playoffs only two weeks away, the St. Albert Steel are anxious to boost their win total in the Albert Junior Hockey League.

Sabres gear up for playoffs

Momentum is building towards the playoffs as the St. Albert Sabres try to leapfrog over the SSAC Southgate Lions for home-ice advantage in the first round.

Raiders lose first place showdown

On Sunday morning the Lloydminster Bobcats and St. Albert Raiders held identical records. By the evening the Border City team had sole possession of first place in the Alberta Midget AAA Hockey League.

Saints march past Steel

The St. Albert Steel were 20 minutes away from upsetting the team to beat in the Alberta Junior Hockey League when the game slipped away from them. "We showed that we can play with anybody in the league.

Tralnberg returns to Olympics

St. Albert resident Ken Tralnberg is looking forward to coaching the Mirjam Ott rink to a podium finish at the 2010 Olympics. “That's our dreams.