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Aces edge Vipers at home

Aces edge Vipers at home

What started as a blowout became a hard-fought victory for the Athabasca Aces Sunday. The club hosted the Legal Vipers at the Athabasca Regional Multiplex Sunday, and it didn’t take them long to assert their dominance.
Lacrosse association gets set for 2011

Lacrosse association gets set for 2011

Lacrosse is Canada’s official national summer sport, and has developed a strong following in the Westlock area. Starting Jan.

Misty Ridge gaining momentum

Misty Ridge Ski Hill welcomes 2011 with a bounding sense of optimism thanks to Barrhead County council and Mother Nature.
Krusaders edge out first-place Drillers

Krusaders edge out first-place Drillers

Westlock's Tier 2 Pee Wee Krusaders got a well-earned notch in the victory column after defeating the first-place Devon Drillers 5-4 last Monday night at the Jubilee Arena.

Hawks practice with the pros

Christmas usually comes only once a year, but for the Barrhead Atom ‘A’ Hawks, Jan. 3 was as close to a second Christmas as they’ll get.

Sports Year in Review July to December 2010

The members of Barr-head’s Blue Heron Bowl 55-Plus Triples couldn’t have been prouder to be among the best seniors bowling teams in Canada after they placed fourth at nationals.

Westlock minor hockey takes talents to new league

After years of tough road trips to places as far afield as Jasper and Athabasca, the Westlock & District Minor Hockey League has joined a league with a far more favourable travel schedule.
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.