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Raiders remain talented team

The Lindsay Thurber Raiders graduated a long list of key players from their 2014 team — one of the strongest in recent school history — but coaches Jay Hetherington and Dean Pasiuk do not forecast a drastic drop-off this year. In fact . . . “We were a very talented team last year and what’s happened is that we appear to be relatively talented again,” said defensive line coach/special teams coordinator Hetherington, the Raiders former long-time head coach. READ

Lightning should still produce some electricity

After graduating 11 of 12 Central Alberta Football League all-star players, the defending City Division champion Hunting Hills Lightning might be expected to slide down the list of contenders in 2015. But these are the Lightning, the three-time defending champs and winners of four of the last five titles. READ

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