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Midgets Warriors skate past Edson

Midgets Warriors skate past Edson

Club now looks forward to hosting the Gord Smith Memorial Tournament this coming weekend in Westlock
Barrhead Gryphons Boys narrowly miss provincial three-peat

Barrhead Gryphons Boys narrowly miss provincial three-peat

Senior boys volleyball team earns silver medal at Alberta Schools Athletic Association 3A Provincial Championship
Sharks bite down on zone silver medals

Sharks bite down on zone silver medals

An up-and-down year for the St.
T-Birds net zone bronze

T-Birds net zone bronze

R.F. Staples School’s Dylan Macintyre sets up Mackenzie Hay for a spike during their game against Parkland Composite Nov. 16 during the North Central Zone 3A Boys Volleyball Tournament hosted at the school. Both R.F.
Barrhead Swim Club decides to focus on competitive program

Barrhead Swim Club decides to focus on competitive program

The Barrhead Swim Club (BSC) is taking a new direction this year. For the first time in several years, the swim club’s executive has decided to focus solely on competitive swimming.
Barrhead senior teams win double zone championship

Barrhead senior teams win double zone championship

Kevin Berger – Leader Staff It was a golden weekend for the Barrhead Composite High School (BCHS) Gryphons as both the senior boys’ and girls’ volleyball teams won their respective 3A Zone Championships.
Barrhead Steelers lose a squeaker at home

Barrhead Steelers lose a squeaker at home

The Barrhead Steelers ran out of time. Fans of the Midget 1 team watched the final seconds tick by helplessly as the Steelers lost 4-3 against the Slave Lake Thunder at the Barrhead Agrena on Nov. 8.
Junior Sharks spike double silver

Junior Sharks spike double silver

R.F. Staples School’s Josef Pidsadowski gets a good look at the ball during the T-Birds bronze medal game against Barrhead during the Pembina Hills Divisional 7/8 Volleyball Tournament Nov. 5 at the Rotary Spirit Centre.

Barrhead swimmers score nine medals at Penguin meet on Nov. 2

Kevin Berger – Leader Staff The Barrhead Swim Club came away with a total of two gold, three silver and four bronze medals from their first meet of the year, which was hosted by the Penguin Swimming Club at MacEwan University in Edmonton on Nov. 2.
Warriors corral Rustlers

Warriors corral Rustlers

Warriors Taylor Heck and Scott Westerlund celebrate after Heck potted his first of two goals in the second period during the Warriors 5-2 victory over the Red Deer Rustlers Nov. 1 at the Rotary Spirit Centre.