It was a bloody fashion crime that even Don Cherry is pleading guilty to.
Don’t make the same mistake every year of making that first swing in the spring with your longest club in your bag, the driver.
Every team goes through a rebuilding process eventually, and that is what the Camrose Axemen are staring down for their 10th season in the North Central Alberta Baseball League.
Dave Drabiuk stood on stage, a little bit in shock when he heard his name called out among 13 peers as coach of the year at the University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings Colour Night.
Hayley Story and Lynnelle Mahe ended their sporting careers at the University of Alberta-Augustana in style at the Vikings colour night.
Joe Voytechek is a man who never took anything for granted.
If Mother Nature ever decides on what she wants to do, the Central Alberta area could be looking at the start of the golf season as early as Saturday.
Curtis Skip was named the University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings men’s hockey MVP because of where hard work got him, and that’s one of the top goalies in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference.
The Camrose Kodiaks got a sneak peek at what their future may look like at their spring camp last weekend, but their harvest of talent will not be known until later this summer.
Three years ago Camrose Minor Hockey Association started taking a proactive approach to player development.
Owen Johnson’s life changed in the long blink of an eye one year ago.
All athletes dream of one day pulling on their country’s national colours.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings men’s basketball program took a big step towards setting their roster up for the future this past weekend.
The future is bright for the Our Lady of Mount Pleasant Royals boys basketball team despite not advancing to the provincial tournament.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings hockey team has some soul searching to do this off season.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings had the opportunity to show the rest of the country what the curling program could do and they certainly left their mark on the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association landscape.
Natalie Spooner had just gotten off the ice on Tuesday night when she heard the news.
Craig McMorris realizes that people might write off his little brother when it comes to competing for Canada at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Red Deer College is curling royalty again.