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Airdrie Aces kick off Alberta Saucony series in Red Deeer

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By: Briana Shymanski

  |  Posted: Thursday, Sep 27, 2012 10:48 am

The Airdrie Aces opened up the fall cross country season in Red Deer, Sept. 15. One runner brought home a medal while others achieved personal best placements and times.
The Airdrie Aces opened up the fall cross country season in Red Deer, Sept. 15. One runner brought home a medal while others achieved personal best placements and times.
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Scott Chalupiak brought home a bronze medal and Courtney Johnson narrowly missed the podium at the Airdrie Ace Track Club’s s first cross-country meet of the Alberta Saucony series. The race took place Sept. 15 in Red Deer. The team’s next race is in Leduc, Oct. 6.

Chalupiak placed third in the three-kilometre Grade 8-9 event, while Johnson took fourth in the Grade 6-7 race. See below for a full list of results.

Girls two-kilometre Grade 6-7:

Ava Sleik – seventh

Lilie Szucs – seventh

Boys two-kilometre Grade 6-7:

Isaac Westmore – ninth

Alistair Baron – 11th

Girls three-kilometre Grade 8-9:

Grace Gwozd – 27th

Boys three-kilometre Grade 8-9

Adam Sleik – seventh

Prinex Roberts – 11th

Prince Roberts – 16th

Boys four-kilometre Grade 10:

Paul Riek – 29th

Men’s Open eight-kilometre:

Bob Sleik – 71st

Airdrie Storm

The Airdrie Storm bantam football team lost to the North Division-leading Calgary Cowboys Navy 58-30, Sept. 22. The Storm are in a three-way tie for second place in the North with the Calgary Hilltoppers and Calgary Cyclones, each with a 2-3 record. The Cowboys and the Cochrane Lions are both 5-0

The Storm’s next game is Oct. 6 against the Calgary Cowboys Grey. Game time is 5 a.m. on Shouldice Park’s Hellard Field.


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