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Impact drop close game

The St. Albert Impact 1 men’s team gave up the best scoring chance of the game and surrendered the only goal Wednesday. The Impact lost to SS Napoli 1-0 on at the St.

Schuchard remembered as Iginla's influence

Rick Schuchard, an influential member of the St. Albert sports community, passed away May 21 at the age of 88. “He really was a special guy,” said daughter Carol Schuchard.

Sutherland takes Senior Bowl honours

Team North came out on top at the Football Alberta Senior Bowl on Monday at Edmonton’s Foote Field by a 24-17 score. Three St.

Bantam, midget Cardinals victorious

The St. Albert Early Bird Tournament was cancelled, but that didn't stop some of the Cardinals' teams from playing some ball. The midget AA Cardinals met up with a team from Saskatoon in a doubleheader Sunday.

Impact teams shut out of medals

Jordyn Westran couldn’t quite make the final save of the tournament for her team in a long, tense shootout. However, she was still excited with her team’s performance and her coach was proud of her.

St. Albert seconds and thirds pounded

The second division St. Albert men’s rugby squad fell to 0-2 on Friday, but the team isn’t about to panic.

On Tap

St. Albert’s premier men will be looking to bounce back from only their sixth loss in 52 matches on Saturday when they travel to Calgary to take on the Hornets. Game time is at 3:30 at Calgary Rugby Park.

Sports Extra

Andy Tiedemann is rated by Rugby Canada as one of its young players to watch at the 2010 Churchill Cup.

On Tap

The 26th annual St. Albert Girls’ Victoria Day Classic is under way for 50 tier I and II soccer teams in the U12 (eight versus eight), U14, U16 and U18 age divisions.

Diamond Dust

The red-hot bantam AAA St. Albert Cardinals are the team to fear at the Early Bird tournament at Legion Memorial Park.