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Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Brett Cecil. (Veronica Henri/Toronto Sun)

Jays losing reliever Cecil

When it comes to the always welcome left-handed help out of the bullpen, the Blue Jays got some grief on Saturday rather than relief.

Former Camrose football players Jonathan Heidebrecht (left) and Adam Kuntz (right), now with the St. Francis Xavier X-Men, are pictured with coach of the year Gary Waterman. Heidebrecht made the Special Teams All Star as a place kicker wile Kuntz made the All-Star team as a defensive left back. The X-Men will be playing against the Calgary Dinos Nov. 19 at 2 p.m. at McMahon Stadium. The winner of the game will proceed to the Vanier Cup in Hamilton Nov. 26. (Supplied)

Former Trojans head to Vanier Cup semifinal

After a near perfect season, former Camrose Buffaloes and CCHS Trojans Adam Kuntz and Jonathan Heidebrecht will be making their way back to Alberta for a chance to play in the Vanier Cup at the end of the month.

Left to right: Coach Gil Bridger, student trainer Meagan Stachnik, players Victoria Brenton, Laura Graham, Lauren Feth, Michele Greer and coach Paul Stone. The women’s soccer team honoured the five departing members of the team after the last home game of the season Oct. 22. Amielle Christopherson/ Camrose Canadian/Postmedia Network

Vikings soccer season comes to a close

After playing through several inches of snow in Fort McMurray the previous weekend, the Augustana Vikings played their last home games of the season on a perfect, sunny fall day Oct. 22.

Bill Comrie, shown here at an unveiling following a major donation to MacEwan University Athletics in 2015, became part owner of the Chicago Cubs in 2015. The Cubs are pursuing their first World Series championship since 1908. (Greg Southam)

Jones: Comrie on familiar ride

EDMONTON -- Bill Comrie was born in 1950. The last time the Chicago Cubs made it to a World Series was 1945. Today, he's part-owner of the Cubs in the World Series.

John Gibbons will return to manage the Blue Jays next season. (Craig Robertson/Toronto Sun)

Jays: Gibbons will be back

In the end, the Toronto Blue Jays’ World Series hopes were lost when the bats went quiet against Cleveland Indians pitching.

Wayne Gretzky sits down with Mike Zeisberger in Toronto on Monday October 17, 2016. (Craig Robertson/Postmedia Network)

Gretzky: Hockey expenses 'a crisis'

In his role as the official ambassador for the NHL’s centennial season, Wayne Gretzky sat down for a one-on-one with Postmedia to discuss all things hockey. In the third of a four-part series entitled “THE GREAT ONE & THE STATE OF THE GAME,” Gretzky admits that the soaring costs of playing hockey is not a new dilemma for the sport — but nevertheles

Trevor Bauer #47 of the Cleveland Indians looks on in the first inning against the Toronto Blue Jays during game three of the American League Championship Series at Rogers Centre on October 17, 2016 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Bloody Bauer trolls Jays fans after early exit

A bloody finger may have forced Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer to exit in the first inning of the ALCS Game 3, but he was able to use the rest of his fingers just fine to relentlessly troll Blue Jays fans.

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