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Eagles end losing skid against Kodiaks

Eagles end losing skid against Kodiaks

After what could charitably be considered a disastrous 2-13 start, the Canmore Eagles finally put together six periods of hard checking, swift skating, chance-burying hockey against the Camrose Kodiaks in what the team hopes to be the beginning of a
BHA edges Stettler in junior B play

BHA edges Stettler in junior B play

Stellar goaltending. Three solid forward lines. Depth on defence. Although it’s early, it appears the Banff Hockey Academy may have the ingredients for a playoff-bound team.
Titans trump Wolverines in one-sided clash

Titans trump Wolverines in one-sided clash

Terror shocked the face of Zack Janz as he peered across the line of scrimmage. The hulking Drumheller Titans defensive line, consisting mostly of 200 pound Grade 12 behemoths stared back at him.

Strong showing for CCHS junior boys v-ball

Winning 12 of 15 games and five of seven matches, the Canmore Collegiate junior boys volleyball team has something to be proud of. The school hosted a nine-team tournament with teams from across the province attending, last weekend (Oct.
Days of Thunder return to Nordic Centre

Days of Thunder return to Nordic Centre

Canada’s national cross-country ski team will never be mistaken for AC/DC.
Kershaw wins inaugural Spray drag race

Kershaw wins inaugural Spray drag race

It’s official. Devon Kershaw is unstoppable. Kershaw defeated all challengers in the gruelling Spray Drag Running Race on Saturday (Oct. 15).
Pye qualifies for world champs

Pye qualifies for world champs

Liza Pye arrived in the Sierra Nevadas at a definite disadvantage.
Rodden inspires female climbers

Rodden inspires female climbers

Credited with a handful of 5.14 climbs and a 15-year pro history with the sport, climbing star Beth Rodden visited the Sally Borden Climbing Gym to offer instruction and encouragement to young climbers from across the province on Monday (Oct. 10).

CCHS girls sweep zone running event

Canmore Collegiate High School took advantage of a home trail advantage in posting several top finishes at the cross-country running zone championships at the Canmore Nordic Centre on Oct. 5.
Local Eagles spearhead comeback win

Local Eagles spearhead comeback win

The 2011 Canmore Eagles want to rely on homegrown talent to produce wins. On Sunday, that philosophy paid off.