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Thursday Sep 18, 2014

Chargers shut out in season opener

TileTEMPLATE NOT FILLED OUT The rainy conditions at Ed Eggerer Athletic Park on Sept. 12 turned out to be an appropriate setting for the opening game of the 2014 Rocky View Sports Association (RVSA) football season for the Bert Church Chargers. Despite moments of brilliance on both offence and defence, the Chargers were unable to stop the Springbank...

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Thursday Sep 18, 2014

W.H. Croxford junior girls volleyball team makes debut

TileA moment of local sports history was made in Airdrie on Sept. 10, when W.H. Croxford High School played host to its first game. The junior girls Cavaliers volleyball team christened the school’s athletic endeavours against the Chestermere Lakers, and had an impressive showing despite losing in three straight sets (17-25, 20-25, and 23-25). ...

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Sep 18

Aces track team host cross country meet

TileWith the snow that blanketed the city of Airdrie early ast week melted away, cross-country runners had a chance to kick-off...

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Sep 18

Slow start proves costly for Xtreme in season opener

TileThe curtain raiser of the 2014/15 Alberta Major Bantam Hockey League (AMBHL) season for the Airdrie Xtreme was one players...

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Sep 11

Hockey night raises record amount for RCMP victim services

TileA packed house at Il Forno restaurant on were in stitches on Sept. 7, as players shared tales of life in the National Hockey...

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Sep 11

Highlanders wrap up first rugby season on winning notee

TileA 25-22 win over the Calgary Knights at George McDougall High School on Sept. 6 was the perfect conclusion of the debut...

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Sep 11

Slow start does in Rocky View Rebelles in roller derby finale

TileIf it wasn’t for a number of penalties in the first half, the Rocky View Rebelles roller derby team may have wrapped up its...

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Monday Sep 22, 2014

Vancouver Canucks know success on the power play is key for playoff return

WHISTLER, B.C. - The Vancouver Canucks know a return to the playoffs will largely hinge on rediscovering their mojo with the man advantage.

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Monday Sep 22, 2014

Rising Irish star Conor McGregor ready to take Las Vegas at UFC 178

(The Notorious) Conor McGregor had just one UFC fight under his belt in July 2013 but he was already living up to his nickname.

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Saturday Sep 20, 2014

Brodie scores winner as Flames beat Oilers 1-0 in pre-season split-squad action

CALGARY - T.J. Brodie scored the only goal as the Calgary Flames opened up the pre-season Sunday night with a 1-0 split-squad victory over the Edmonton Oilers.

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Sunday Sep 21, 2014

Justin Schultz leads Edmonton over Calgary 3-1 in split-squad pre-season game

EDMONTON - Justin Schultz had a goal and an assist as the Edmonton Oilers started off the pre-season schedule with a 3-1 split-squad victory at home over the rival Calgary Flames on Sunday night.

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Sunday Sep 21, 2014

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Saturday Sep 20, 2014

Milo FG in OT completes comeback as Saskatchewan beats Ottawa 35-32

Story ImageREGINA - Tino Sunseri turned the boos he heard at halftime into a standing ovation at the end of the game.

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Saturday Sep 20, 2014

Tanaka, returning from elbow injury, and rejuvenated Jeter lead Yankees over Blue Jays 5-2

Story ImageNEW YORK, N.Y. - Masahiro Tanaka started Jose Reyes with a 92 mph fastball, his first major league pitch since July 8. He threw 70 pitches in all and didn't feel any pain in the right elbow that had sidelined him for 2 1/2 months.

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