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Hoop Kings want hardware

RDC Kings head coach Clayton Pottinger isn’t just satisfied to go to the Canadian Colleges men’s basketball championships, he would like nothing better than to play for a medal.

Armitage knows expectations will be high

He’s never competed at the national level, but Rob Armitage will bear at least a small target on his back when he and his Red Deer rinkmates line up for the Canadian senior men’s curling championship starting Saturday at Abbotsford, B.C.

Volleyball Kings face tougher road to the championship

For years the RDC Kings were ranked No. 1 heading into the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association men’s volleyball championships.
Midget Rebels dominate opener

Midget Rebels dominate opener

Rebels 3 Buffaloes 0If anyone believed the Red Deer Optimist Rebels would have any rust heading into the Alberta Midget Hockey League playoffs they quickly dispelled that notion.
Remembering big moments from Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Remembering big moments from Scotties Tournament of Hearts

The 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, a nine-day celebration of women’s curling, has come and gone.

Optimist Rebels eager to start semifinal series against Calgary

When the best-of-five Alberta Midget Hockey League South Division semifinal series between the Red Deer Optimist Rebels and the Calgary Buffaloes was pushed up to start tonight, that was just fine with Rebels head coach Doug Quinn.

Generals trail in semi

The Bentley Generals are on their last legs in the Alberta senior AAA hockey playoffs.
Atkinson bounces back at Scotties

Atkinson bounces back at Scotties

This was a win that Rebecca Atkinson and her New Brunswick foursome absolutely had to have.

Double kill sets up house for Manitoba comeback over Saskatchewan

Manitoba 8 Saskatchewan 7In hockey terms, four in four is a nasty road trip.Four in four is no walk in the park for competitive curlers, either.

Kings healthy, rested ahead of clash with Huskies

There won’t be any secrets when the RDC Kings host the Keyano Huskies of Fort McMurray in the best-of-three Alberta Colleges Men’s Basketball League quarter-finals.