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The calm before the storm

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs already know where their season will end up, right now they are concentrating on getting there in the best possible shape. As Esso Cup hosts, the Chiefs (16-5-0-4) already have a bye to the female midget AAA national championship, but they have no intentions of resting on their laurels. Their goal is to win the Alberta Major Midget Female Hockey League and then knock off the B.C. provincial champ and earn their way in. READ

Chapman makes good in return

It was only three months ago that Chris Chapman lost his mixed martial arts pro debut, but it felt like three years to the Red Deer fighter. “It felt good to finally get that one after losing my (debut) in September,” Chapman said Friday night, after defeating Jamark Brady of Red Deer by rear naked choke in the first round of a 165-pound bout on the Havoc Fighting Championship card at the Sheraton Red Deer. READ

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