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Paralympian Tammy Cunnington speaks at the Special Olympics Celebrity Breakfast
Red Deer club sees successful season start
On Monday, PeeWee Panthers took to the Waverly/Elks Field being trained for the upcoming jamboree on June 10.
Brody Anderson considers himself a third-generation racer.
Stettler’s Taylor Cholach wins Alberta Junior High School Rodeo Provincial Championship in pole bending
Stettler’s Taylor Cholach ran on Spider, to win the Alberta Junior High School Rodeo Provincial Championship in pole bending.
When the National Signing Day comes around on Thursday, June 1, Stettler’s Chase Walton will be signing up with Edmonton Huskies.
The Wildcats suffered a defeat at the hands of Hunting Hills, losing the semi-final playoff, 35-19.
Stettler’s Brent Kranzler was one of the assistant coaches of Alberta South Black, as the team defeated favourites, North Grey.
The Alberta High School Rodeo junior division provincial will be held from Friday to Sunday, May 26 to 28 at the Olds agricultural grounds.
The Wm. E. Hay Nockbuster archery team had one of their best seasons this year as they placed third in the Drayton Valley provincials.
After Rocky Mountain House failed to play Stettler on Monday, May 15, the Wildcats moved up to the top spot in Pool B.
The Wildcats walked away with a decisive 52-0 victory after a great season opener.
The team started the season off strong, winning a season-opening tournament in Olds.
All three teams played last weekend, with the Novice team beating Lacoka 10 to 3.
We are fully committed to the safety of our players: Shuckburgh.
Approximately 40 swimmers from teams in Red Deer and Sylvan Lake came to take part in the event.
The Stettler U10 home league teams, Stettler 1 and 2 played their first game of the season and had a great time getting used to the pace.