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Rocky View region athletes shine at Summer Games

Rocky View region athletes shine at Summer Games

Zone 2 captured 94 medals at last week’s Alberta Summer Games held in the Peace Region, good for third overall, with a good portion of the team’s 25 gold coming from Rocky View region athletes.
Local fastballer leading Calgary Rage to Westerns

Local fastballer leading Calgary Rage to Westerns

Ashley Wareham is going back to the Western Canadian Fastball Championships.

Baseball camp will teach fundamentals to local kids

Two former Calgary Little Leaguers are bringing their Triple Play Baseball Academy to Airdrie next week. Scott Price and Chris Copot will host the four-day camp, designed for players ages nine to 12, July 26-29 at Fletcher Park.
Big bucker stymies local cowboy

Big bucker stymies local cowboy

Kyle German went into Showdown Sunday at the Calgary Stampede with his sights on $100,000. Unfortunately for the Crossfield bull rider, the bull he drew, Fig Jam, had other ideas and bucked him off in less than four seconds.

Hockey tourney will help summer conditioning

A three-on-three hockey tournament set for mid-August will not only help those trying to fill the midsummer sports void, but also help prepare a group of up to 150 players for the coming hockey season.
Local fastballer leading Calgary Rage to Westerns

Local fastballer leading Calgary Rage to Westerns

Ashley Wareham is going back to the Western Canadian Fastball Championships.
Local swimmer seeks Summer Games success

Local swimmer seeks Summer Games success

Airdrie’s Devon Chernow will be competing at the 2010 Alberta Summer Games in the Peace Region, July 19-25. The 13-year-old has been swimming for 10 years, and recently qualified to compete in national-level swim meets.
Big bucker stymies local cowboy

Big bucker stymies local cowboy

Kyle German went into Showdown Sunday at the Calgary Stampede with his sights on $100,000. Unfortunately for the Crossfield bull rider, the bull he drew, Fig Jam, had other ideas and bucked him off in less than four seconds.

Irricana team takes top honours and raises mega-bucks for cancer research

It was not a bad laundry load that turned the bandanas worn by ball players last weekend in Irricana pink. It was a desire to raise money for Wild Pink Yonder, a breast cancer fundraiser scheduled to pass through Irricana, Aug. 23.
Synchro swimmer shines

Synchro swimmer shines

Synchronized swimmer Braley Traub’s aquatic coordination has paid off and landed her a spot on Canada’s national junior squad for a second straight year.