U18 Soccer continues to grow in Three Hills

2010 Three Hills U18 Guys Soccer Team

U18 Guys
Three Hills Soccer has seen major growth this year in the area of our U18 teams. Last year, it was hard to find players for this age group. This year, under the exceptional coaching of Stan Guedes, a teacher at PCA who was a star player on the 2002 – 2003 U18 Provincial Championship team,  the guys team alone boasts 19 players.
(The girls are another story!) There are many first timers playing this year, with a great mix of players from last year and

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Prairie Christian Academy announces Football Program

Prairie Christian Academy is pleased to announce that a Sabres football team plans to begin competing in the Mountain View nine-man High School Football League this fall. The league currently consists of four other teams: Carstairs Tigers, Didsbury Dragons, JC Charyk (Hanna) Hawks and Sundre Bison. The season runs from late August to late October. The league is registered under Football Alberta.
While conditioning camps usually take place in May-June of the previous school year, if there is enou

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Tier 4 U16 Provincial Soccer Tournament coming to Three Hills

Three Hills U16 Strikers

Three Hills will host the Tier 4 U16 Provincial Soccer Tournament for the second year in a row. The Alberta Soccer Association was happy with how the event was run last year and more than willing to allow Three Hills to host the event again. Organizers will focus on improving and fine tuning the tournament for this year.
Our own U16 team, the Three Hills Strikers, have had their work cut out for them this season, battling contenders such as Linden and Cremona. They have

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Acme Sportsman's DInner raises $27,000

Calgary Stampeder Joffrey Reynolds poses with Jersey buyer Merv Rieger

Acme and Linden residents and businesses, and school alumni still have plenty of support for their sports programs, putting their time and money into action at the Alumni Sportsman's Dinner & Silent Auction, held Thursday evening, June 3, 2010. For the first time, it was a sell-out crowd a month in advance of the event.
The 350 people in attendance, the guest speakers, and the organizers of the event can be very proud tha

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