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The Special Olympics Alberta Summer Games get under way Friday in St. Albert for more than 1,000 athletes and coaches. The opening ceremonies at Servus Credit Union Place go from 6 to 8:30 p.m. and are open to the public.
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Winning a national championship was a dream come true for five members of the St. Albert Bowling Centre. The team of Cyndal Hanson and Laurel Skarlicki of St.

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The undefeated St. Albert first division men’s team hosts the Calgary Hornets (3-2) today in Alberta Cup rugby. Kickoff is 2 p.m. at the Leading Edge Physiotherapy Field.
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Winning a national championship was a dream come true for five members of the St. Albert Bowling Centre. The team of Cyndal Hanson and Laurel Skarlicki of St.

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The undefeated St. Albert first division men’s team hosts the Calgary Hornets (3-2) today in Alberta Cup rugby. Kickoff is 2 p.m. at the Leading Edge Physiotherapy Field.

Bantams rack up more wins

The St. Albert bantam AAA Cardinals rebounded from a tough loss Sunday at the hands of Moose Jaw in the final of the Regina tournament with a pair of wins this week.

Special Olympics summer games next weekend

The stars will shine bright in St. Albert next weekend at the Special Olympics Alberta Summer Games. As of Thursday, 851 Special Olympians from across the province were registered in eight sports, including 27 males and 22 females from St. Albert.
Rangers tied up by AS Roma

Rangers tied up by AS Roma

A controversial goal by AC Roma with seven minutes remaining left the St. Albert Impact Rangers fit to be tied in Wednesday’s division 1A match at Riel Park.

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The Tigers Baseball Association hosts its 26th annual tournament this weekend at Legion Memorial Park. Eight teams will compete for prize money — $150 per round-robin win, plus $800 to the tournament winner and $400 to the loser of the final.
Cardinals finally solve Okotoks

Cardinals finally solve Okotoks

It took seven attempts so far this season, including tournament play, but the midget AAA St. Albert Cardinals finally downed an Okotoks squad, 6-5 on Sunday afternoon to conclude a 3-1 weekend. St.