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Tim Hague gets third shot in UFC

Tim Hague gets third shot in UFC

After two imposing wins in Aggression MMA in Edmonton, Boyle native Tim Hague is getting his third shot in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

U16 Soccer Tourney

The Athabasca Soccer Association’s U16 boys team put up a valiant effort in the Value Drug Mart Polar Cup in Edmonton this past week, despite being extremely undermanned.
Stymiest takes his game to Ontario

Stymiest takes his game to Ontario

Former Westlock resident Jesse Stymiest is moving onwards and upwards in his hockey career, having netted himself a spot on the Lindsay Muskies of the Ontario Junior Hockey League.
Pirates in tough versus Slave Lake

Pirates in tough versus Slave Lake

Although the Barr-West Pirates dropped last Monday’s game 8-2 to the Slave Lake Thunder, coach Perry Kulmatyski said he was proud of how his team played against some pretty stiff competition.

Aces grind out points before break

The Athabasca Aces have played in the past month the way they would have liked to all season.

The tip of the iceberg

Fifteen-year-old Maya MacIsaac-Jones has quickly become a force to be reckoned with in the sport of cross-country skiing after an impressive season last year.
Warriors dull Stars

Warriors dull Stars

The Westlock Bantam Warriors held off a strong effort from the visiting Smoky Lake Stars, proving they intend to make some noise as the season progresses.
The toughest gig in sports

The toughest gig in sports

Even in a hockey game between the most bitter of rivals, like Edmonton-Calgary or Westlock-Barrhead, chances are the least popular people on the ice are the ones in the striped shirts.
Senior girls net bronze and silver in weedend basketball tournaments

Senior girls net bronze and silver in weedend basketball tournaments

The Edwin Parr senior girls basketball team isn’t too shabby. The EPC Angels won the bronze medal over the Fort McMurray Trappers with a 55-48 win in their home tournament this past weekend.
Masterful performace put on by cast of bantam 'AA' Hawks

Masterful performace put on by cast of bantam 'AA' Hawks

The Athabasca bantam ‘AA’ Hawks had their full roster of 10 skaters for the first time in over five weeks, and it definitely showed not only on the ice but on the scoreboard.