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Win not in the cards for Athabasca Aces in home opener

Win not in the cards for Athabasca Aces in home opener

It wasn’t exactly the start to the season the Athabasca Aces were looking for.
The end of a long journey

The end of a long journey

For six of the Edwin Parr Composite (EPC) Pacers, this Friday night’s exhibition game at home against Vegreville will be the last game of their high school football careers.
Dissapointing loss ends EPC Pacers' playoff hopes

Dissapointing loss ends EPC Pacers' playoff hopes

Football is a game of inches, and the Edwin Parr Composite School Pacers were taught exactly why that is Thursday night in a tough 28-14 loss to the Westlock T-Birds.
Athabasca Aces prepare for opening tilt against Slave Lake

Athabasca Aces prepare for opening tilt against Slave Lake

The Athabasca Aces are gearing up for their first game of the season this Saturday night against the Slave Lake Winterhawks, looking to get off to a fast start in their third season in the North Central Hockey League (NCHL).

EPC Pacers run into a brick wall against Cold Lake

It’s a game the EPC Pacers would like to forget about. The Pacers were shut out 49-0 in Cold Lake Friday night, a game in which their offense sputtered and had trouble holding onto the ball all game long.
Proving to be number one

Proving to be number one

After standing in the shadows for two years, Edwin Parr Composite (EPC) graduate Allister Rubik is making the most of an opportunity presented to him at the beginning of the Grande Prairie Regional College (GPRC) Wolves’ soccer season.

Tim Hague aims for second straight MMA victory

Tim “The Thrashing Machine” Hague will try to make it two mixed martial art (MMA) victories in a row this Friday evening during Aggression MMA Uprising, held at the Edmonton Expo Centre.
Boyle schools serves up start to volleyball season

Boyle schools serves up start to volleyball season

Volleyball is up and running at Boyle School for all of the junior and senior high teams and it looks to be a busy next couple of months for players and coaches.
Too much size in Lions for Pacers to handle

Too much size in Lions for Pacers to handle

By the end of Friday night’s 69-20 loss against the St. Paul Lions, the Edwin Parr Composite Pacers weren’t just hurting on the scoreboard.
Doesn't Matter

Doesn't Matter

At Athabasca Provincial Court on Aug. 9, Harley Wyatt Noskiye, 19, pleaded guilty to charges of breaching his probation and failing to appear for a court date. On Oct.