Three Hills School Jr. A Girls volleyball team claim victory in Delia

Congratulations to the Three Hills School Jr. A Girls volleyball team and their tournament victory in Delia in October 7. The team played exceptionally well and met the host team in the final where the Royals won in 2 close sets. Pictured is (Top row - Shauna Vaughan (coach), Marit Fobes, Taylor Vaughan, Annika Ferguson, Kendal Stockwood. Bottom row - Merinda Gustafson (coach), Malia Van Doran, Taylor Gustafson, Kadence Smithson, Jeana Ackerman, Stacey Hainstock (coach).  Missing: Brenna L

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Thrashers fall to Flyers

The Three Hills Thrashers were looking for their first win of the season on Saturday night as they hosted the High River Flyers. Unfortunately, it was visiting Flyers came out strong, firing 23 shots at the Thrashers net and finally being rewarded with three goals in the final three minutes of the period to jump out to a 3-0 lead. The Flyers managed two more goals in the second period before rookie Tanner Boutin notched his first goal of the season to put Three Hills on the board. The Thrashers

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Three Hills School Junior A Girls Volleyball celebrate home tournament win

Congratulations to the Three Hills School Junior A Girls Volleyball team and their first place finish at their home tournament they hosted on September 30. The girls played hard and improved as a team every time they hit the court. They met the Drumheller Dynos in the final and the match between these two teams was back and forth. In the end, the Royals came out on top with a 15-12 third set victory. Well done, Royals. Pictured from left to right is (back row) Merinda Gustafson (coach), Shauna

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Thrashers open 2017/18 season

The Three Hills Thrashers opened their Heritage Junior B Hockey League season, but unfortunately found themselves on the losing end of the scoreboard after each game.

On Friday night the team travelled to Stettler to face the Lightning. The hometown fans were not even seated when Dylan Houston brought them to their feet and gave the Lightning the lead just 39 seconds into the game. The Thrashers responded with a goal on the powerplay, midway through the period, by rookie Cooper Cheshire.

The se

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