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St. Albert blasted in rugby rout

St. Albert’s senior rugby women are picking up the pieces from another devastating loss on their home pitch.

Spirits rock Blues

The Sturgeon Spirits continue to haunt the Paul Kane Blues. The latest in a long line of victories by the Big Red Machine against Paul Kane was Thursday’s 56-0 shellacking at the St. Albert Rugby Football Club.

Premier soccer for Rangers

The return of premier men’s soccer to St. Albert kicked off Thursday for the Impact Rangers. “We’re excited to be back playing premier,” said midfielder Mike Fedunyk after the 3-3 draw with the Edmonton Warriors at Riel Park.

Storm streaks into playoffs

The St. Albert Storm are blowing teams away on the football field.

Firsts maul visitors

It was a great day for St. Albert rugby when the Alberta Cup provincial finalists whipped the Druids of Strathcona by 46 points to kick off the premier fixtures.

On Tap

The Edmonton District Soccer Association released its men’s premier and division one fixtures after receiving its field permits last week from the City of Edmonton. Today at 7 p.m. at Riel Park, both St.

Sports Extra

Tori Martyn of St. Albert is among 22 players participating in the U20 Canadian women’s soccer identification camp at Surrey, B.C. The four-day session wraps up today with an exhibition match against Whitecaps FC.

Golden Bear huddles up at East-West Bowl

Alberta Golden Bears’ centre Nick Ternovatsky played up to his potential at the CIS East-West Bowl. “It went very well actually. I was very happy,” said the high school product of the St. Albert High Skyhawks.

Druids pummel premier women

St. Albert’s return to Alberta premier women’s rugby left last year’s provincial second division champions seeing stars. The Druids of Strathcona lit up the home team for 11 tries in Saturday’s 67-13 drubbing at the St.

Johnson shines at westerns

Adrian Johnson did better than expected in his first appearance at the Western Canadian Championships. The level 4 gymnast surprised himself by placing fifth overall on vault with a score of 12.65 last weekend in Regina.