Sports

Video: 51st annual Bentley Rodeo held

Rodeo goers saw many events at the Bentley Arena

Canadian teen tennis star rockets up world rankings

Tennis teen Denis Shapovalov rockets up world rankings after Rogers Cup run

Wolf Creek Golf Resort lands nominations for top courses in Canada

The facility has hosted many high level golf tournaments over the years

Lacombe golfer Brady McKinlay to represent Canada overseas

McKinlay qualified through two separate stops on his busy summer touring schedule

Bucs cruise past Wolfpack to seal playoff spot

The Buccaneers are looking to find an extra gear as they cruise towards the AFL play-offs

Video: Lee Adamson takes the North American Pony Chuckwagon Championship

Races wrap up at Red Deer’s Westerner Days Sunday afternoon

  • Jul 23rd, 2017

Marlins send two all-star swimmers to summer championships

The Marlins Swim Club is recently sent swimmers to compete in Edmontonat the Summer Championships

Buccaneers handle the Irish in Airdrie 43-7

The Buccaneers were back on the football field last weekend, taking on the Airdrie Irish

Buccaneers frustrated after Predators forfeit recent game

Team confident going into upcoming showdowns with Airdrie and Calgary

PHOTOS: Special Olympians return with medals

Athletes from Ponoka and Lacombe competed in Medicine Hat during the Alberta Special Olympics

QB Judah Knip looks to kickstart Bucs’ offence

Knip is thankful for the opportunity to learn from Brandon Leyh, who played four years of CIS football at Mount Allison

Central Alberta gymnast has sights set on 2019 Winter Games

Thunder Country Trampoline and Gymnastics have a tradition of training the best trampoline athletes

Bucs drop second in a row 47-7 to Fort Mac

The Central Alberta Buccaneers were hoping to flip the script against the defending AFL champions

Bucs looking to bounce back after loss to Calgary Gators

The Central Alberta Bucs are looking to rebound after a tough outing against the Calgary Gators

Former Central Alberta politician scales Mt. Everest

John Oldring became the oldest Canadian to accomplish the climb at 65 years old.

Lacombe Karate and Kickboxing competes at Western Canadian Championships

Lacombe Karate and Kickboxing recently sent pupils to the Western Canadian Karate Championships

Pickleball grows ‘astronomically’ in Red Deer

A racquet sport has quickly become one of the most up and coming sports in Red Deer

CWC Total Control takes over Abbey Centre

The Canadian Wrestling Coalition (CWC) held one of their most electric events ever

CACHS boys win for second straight year

The CACHS Knights boys soccer team has claimed their second straight CAHSSL title