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Smith leading the Catalinas
There’s no indication yet that Mandi Smith will take over as the full time head coach of the Red Deer Catalina Swim Club, but she has the qualifications, and the desire, to do so.
Woods wins from 4 shots back
Two holes, two towering shots, two clutch birdies.
McPhee captures double provincial gold
Stephen McPhee of Bentley was a double gold medalist at the provincial high school track and field championships during the weekend.
Carstar braves win Sherwood Park tourney
The Red Deer Carstar Braves turned in an impressive performance in the midget AAA division of the Sherwood Park Doc Polotsky baseball tournament during the weekend.
Time Out – June 8
Brett Favre recently had arthroscopic surgery on his ailing right shoulder, ESPN reported Sunday night, another indication the three-time NFL MVP is considering coming out of retiremen
Time for Sutter to decide
The clock is ticking, the time is near.
Rebels on the offensive at camp
The 16-year-olds who stood out in June will have to repeat the performance in August and September if they harbour hopes of earning regular employment with the Red Deer Rebels next season.
Lakers edge Magic in OT
Orlando rookie Courtney Lee missed a potential winning layup as regulation ended, giving Los Angeles another shot it didn’t waste. Pau Gasol scored seven points in overtime as the Lakers, so dominant in the series opener, survived with a 101-96 win over the Magic in Game 2 on Sunday night.
Federer finally wins French open
Oh, how Roger Federer savoured every moment with his first French Open trophy.
Hockeytown beat down
Niklas Kronwall, Brian Rafalski and Henrik Zetterberg scored power-play goals in the second period as the Detroit Red Wings found their legs and routed the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-0 in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup final on Saturday night.
U.S. pick gets a taste of the WHL
With his late-summer schedule pretty much settled, Nikolas Olsson decided now was the time to check out the quality of play at a Western Hockey League camp.
Summer Bird wins Belmont
This was a Belmont for the Birds.
Kuznetsova wins French Open
Svetlana Kuznetsova conquered her nerves and beat a shaky Dinara Safina 6-4, 6-2 Saturday to win the French Open.
The Rebels future arrives
After a two-month layoff, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins’ extended hockey season resumed Friday at the Red Deer Arena.
Best-of-three for the Stanley Cup
After starting the Stanley Cup final with a pair of 3-1 wins at home, it was all about the Detroit Red Wings’ mystique and how they find ways to win even when outplayed.
Greinke’s bubble bursts
Eaten up in recent days by some of the toughest pitchers in baseball, the Toronto Blue Jays snapped out of their slide by rocking the hottest hurler in the game.
French Open within Federer’s reach
Sentimental favourite Roger Federer twice came from behind in the French Open semifinals Friday to beat big-serving Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina 3-6, 7-6 (2), 2-6, 6-1, 6-4.
Foremans return to ring
George Foreman named each of his five sons after himself, clearly set on carrying on the family name. The two-time heavyweight champion, however, drew the line at a family boxing tradition.
From longshot to favourite
In the days leading to the Kentucky Derby, just about everybody ignored the little gelding tucked away in his stall at Churchill Downs.
Donald leads Memorial
Tiger Woods hardly missed a fairway, a big improvement. Luke Donald hardly missed a putt, and that was far more rewarding Thursday at the Memorial.