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Raiders force game five

It wasn’t easy but the St. Albert Raiders battled with their backs against the wall to a 5-2 road win Wednesday over the Leduc Oil Kings in the midget AAA playoffs.

Hootie and the Old Fish rock the ice

For an unprecedented fifth year in a row, Hootie and the Old Fish celebrated another men’s playoff championship at the St. Albert Curling Club.

On Tap

The St. Albert Skyhawks streak into today’s premier women’s semifinal undefeated in metro Edmonton high school basketball and 26-5 overall after winning the Wetaskiwin tournament last weekend. Tip off is 6:15 p.m.

Slash sweep Steelers

The St. Albert Slash are moving on to the north division final after polishing off the Lloydminster Steelers in the Alberta Major Midget Female Hockey League playoffs.

Short playoffs for Steel

The season is over for the St. Albert Steel after their playoff series with the Fort McMurray Oil Barons ended with a controversial overtime goal.

Club champions defend playoff crown

Last year’s city finalists have unfinished business at next month’s Tournament of Champions. “We wanted another shot at cities. That was our main goal this year.

Raiders in playoff peril

After three games the St. Albert Raiders didn’t expect to be on the verge of elimination in the midget AAA playoffs against the Leduc Oil Kings.

Provincial medal haul for Crush

The Lorne Akins Crush wrestling team owned the podium at the Provincial Junior Olympics last Saturday in Calgary. The medal haul included four gold, six silver and four bronze.

Raiders pitch playoff shutout

It’s one win down and two to go for the St. Albert Raiders in their north division semifinal against the Leduc Oil Kings.

Wrap Up

Olympic hopeful At the Canadian Olympic long-track speed skating trials Sunday at Calgary, Tamara Oudenaarden of St. Albert placed fourth overall with a cumulative time in the two-race 500-metre event.