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Paul McCallum capped of a record-breaking night by kicking a 53-yard field goal on the last play of the game to give the B.C. Lions a 33-31 victory over the Calgary Stampeders in a thrilling CFL game Saturday night.
Nyjer Morgan did it again for Milwaukee, delivering an RBI single in the 10th inning to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 3-2 Friday in Game 5 and send the Brewers to the NL championship series.
Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs head coach Mickey Girard didn’t want to get overly excited about the talent he has on his squad this season, but he’d certainly be disappointed if they’re not ranked among the elite teams in the Alberta Major Midget Female Hockey League.
Facing midget competition should give the RDC Queens an edge.
One passenger died in a two-vehicle collision after a driver lost control on Hwy 2 between Didsbury and Carstairs overpasses early Saturday morning.
The B.C. Lions made a big statement in the CFL playoff race Saturday.
Canadian financial policy-makers ended two days of meetings Saturday expressing some confidence that European authorities have been seized with the urgency of resolving their sovereign debt crisis.
Getting lots of shots on net hasn’t been a big problem for the Olds Grizzlys so far this season.
Conspiracy theories, they’re hard not to enjoy even if they are completely out to lunch.
Tiger Woods is back and, as a fan of golf, I couldn’t be happier. The last couple of years he’s fallen from his perch as golf’s greatest pitchman to one of the most hated athletes in sport.
The one question I remember from my first job interview in this industry 10 years ago at the St. Paul Journal was “why sports?”
Go big or go home. If you want public funding for a sports stadium, you’d better be ready to completely soak the government, because otherwise your requests will be ignored.
How much would you be willing to pay to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame?
On July 13, 2005 Gary Bettman stood in front of the hockey world a conquering hero in the eyes of his bosses, the NHL owners.
If the trade deadline is Christmas morning for NHL fans, today is Easter — a day when their favourite team can be reborn.