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Tigers stone Rockies

The first pitch of the St. Albert Tigers’ season was thrown on Thursday and the home team made no mistake in coming out victorious. The Tigers defeated the Edmonton Rockies by a score of 11-0 at Legion Memorial Field in St.

Bantams shut out by White Sox

The St. Albert bantam AAA Cardinals dropped their first game of the regular season against the Spruce Grove White Sox on Monday night. The 7-0 defeat came on the heels of a 14-4 victory over Red Deer on Sunday. The Red Birds are 5-1 on the season.

Firsts dominate Druids

The 2008 Alberta Cup pennant winners and provincial finalists in premier men's rugby are on a mission to prove last year's success wasn't a fluke. "We will still beat people.

Storm whips up rare win

The St. Albert Storm huddles up Thursday with a championship on the line in the midget spring league tier III final. Kickoff is 6 p.m. versus the Sherwood Park Wolverines at Spruce Grove.

Biener kicks thirds to victory

St. Albert rugby player George Biener is kicking the stuffing out of the ball after his health took a turn for the worse last year.

Rugby Roundup

U14 Team Alberta Three players from the St. Albert Rugby Football Club's youth program made U14 Alberta for next month's tournament festival in Toronto.

Legends in their own time

Mike Czaja still doesn't have his license, but that doesn't stop him from hitting 150 on the straightaway. The Gazette last met Czaja in 2007.

On Tap

Winter Classic The puck drops Sunday at 6:30 a.m. for the inaugural St. Albert Winter Classic Hockey Tournament at Servus Credit Union Place. The tournament is hosted by the St.

Rain can't dampen Riel opening

There were moody clouds and spouts of rain, but not even the weather could dampen celebrators’ spirits at the grand opening of Riel Recreation Park last Saturday.

Cardinals swept in Okotoks

With back to back losses against the Okotoks Red in Southern Alberta on Saturday, the St. Albert midget AAA Cardinals dropped to 3-3 on the regular season. Okotoks took game one of the double-header 5-1 and game two 5-4.