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McDowell goes two-for two by winning division at junior golf tournament

McDowell goes two-for two by winning division at junior golf tournament

LACOMBE — It’s been a productive three days for Red Deer’s Chandler McDowell.The 12-year-old, who plays out of the Red Deer Golf and Country Club, captured his second straight 14-and-under division title on the McLennan Ross/Sun Junior Tour at the Lacombe Golf and Country Club Wednesday.

Hockey Alberta camps start this week

A number of Central Albertans will be involved in Hockey Alberta’s provincial development and evaluation camps in Camrose this month.
Red Deer City soccer club going in positive direction

Red Deer City soccer club going in positive direction

Red Deer City FC coach Chris Keem said they are heading in a positive direction despite losing their Alberta Major Women’s Soccer League match on Saturday.

Buccaneers home opener rescheduled

The Central Alberta Buccaneers got a win the easy way in Alberta Football League play Saturday.

Red Deer golfers finish well at junior provincials

BRAGG CREEK — Matt Williams of Calgary was the runaway winner of the provincial junior boy’s golf championship at Wintergreen.Williams shot a final round five-under par 66 Friday to capture the 72-hole event with a 13-under 271 total, six strokes ahead of Patrick Murphy of Calgary, who had a 69 Friday.
Riggers Peterman shut down Stags

Riggers Peterman shut down Stags

It would be easy to overlook what Joel Peterman did for the Red Deer Riggers Tuesday.

Codd top local golfer at junior provincials

BRAGG CREEK — Matt Codd of the Red Deer Golf and Country Club (RDGCC) continued to lead the Central Albertans following the third round of the provincial junior boys’ golf championship at Wintergreen Golf and Country Club Thursday.

Queens lock down 13 players for basketball season

Mike Woollard has been busy since taking over as head coach of the RDC Queens basketball squad.

Sutter to focus on Rebels while in wait

If Brent Sutter does not coach in the NHL during the upcoming season . . . well, he’ll be fine with that.
Schultz stays steady to win mid-am title

Schultz stays steady to win mid-am title

PONOKA — While the front-runners were falling like dominoes, Dave Schultz was a vision of consistency, wielding his putter like a wand.