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Raiders approach season’s midway point in full stride

Raiders approach season’s midway point in full stride

With a few months of play under their belts, the St. Albert Raiders high-performance hockey teams have a lot to show for their efforts — and a lot to look forward to in the new year.
St. Albert brothers set to represent province at Indigenous games

St. Albert brothers set to represent province at Indigenous games

“I’m ridiculously proud of our boys,” said Krystal Gray. “They have put so much time into their sports and love what they do. Being able to represent their culture and play on Team Alberta is an amazing feat and we couldn’t be prouder of this accomplishment and the people they are becoming.”
High school curling teams glide into season play

High school curling teams glide into season play

“Our curling club has been around for decades, so there’s a lot of tradition” said Paul Kane coach Michael Ng, who has led the school’s program since taking over the helm at the outset of the COVID pandemic.
St. Albert kendo club members aim for world championships

St. Albert kendo club members aim for world championships

Kendo, which means “the way of the sword,” is a Japanese martial art that was originally developed as a safe form of sword training for samurai. It was the sport’s connection to Japanese culture that drew Nadia Leenders to the sport when she was 16 years old, she said. 
Teen attends World Judo Championships in Uzbekistan as contest prize

Teen attends World Judo Championships in Uzbekistan as contest prize

Tayven Tremblay was one of four lucky contestants from around the world to win a trip to Tashkent, Uzbekistan to take in the 2022 World Judo Championships.
Sturgeon and SACHS set to square off for division championship

Sturgeon and SACHS set to square off for division championship

The Sturgeon Spirits and their juggernaut defence will play a high-flying SACHS Skyhawks offence in what should be an ultra-competitive division championship game on Nov. 5 with bragging rights, a banner, and a trip to provincials on the line.
Locals win big at jiu-jitsu pan-am championships

Locals win big at jiu-jitsu pan-am championships

Three local jiu-jitsu athletes from the Hayabusa Training Centre in St. Albert had their hard work pay off for them in the form of international competition medals.
U19 Mission looking to make another run at ringette Nationals

U19 Mission looking to make another run at ringette Nationals

The road to glory has started all over again for last year's national championship winning U19 AA Mission ringette team. With some new players and a new head coach, the team might have a different identity this year, but the motivation to win is just as strong.
Merchants leading the league

Merchants leading the league

The St. Albert Merchants' high-powered offence has the team sitting on top of league standings through the first month of the season.
Sturgeon Spirits concede first points, remain undefeated

Sturgeon Spirits concede first points, remain undefeated

After 21 quarters of football – more than five full games – the Sturgeon Composite High School football team finally allowed another team to score.