After a short losing streak, the Three Hills Thrashers got back to their winning ways in Banff.
A pair of losses before the Christmas break in Medicine Hat and Coaldale, were followed by a loss on Friday night at Three Hills Centennial Place to the Red Deer Vipers. Although the score was tied at 3-3 after 40 minutes, the Vipers controlled the opening minutes of the final frame, scoring three more times in the first seven minutes to take a commanding lead. Shawn Nemeth came into the goal to reli

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Did you know there is a lacrosse-hockey connection? Many greats of the golden era of hockey were also stars and organizers of lacrosse. In 1908, Cyclone Taylor was paid almost $2,000 to play lacrosse for the summer with the New Westminster Salmon Bellies. In 1917 Newsy Lalonde made more than $3,000 while playing for Vancouver. In WWII, Conn Smyth's 30th Light Anti-Aircraft Battery, dubbed "The Sportsmen's Battery" included every member of the Mimico Mountaineers who won the 1941 Mann Cup. Box la

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PCA Lady Sabres ranked #2 in Alberta

 

PCA Lady Sabres are ranked #2 in Alberta! The first poll of the season has been released, and one of the best kept secrets in Kneehill County is out—the PCA Lady Sabres basketball team is among the elite in Alberta 2A girls basketball. With PCA hosting the provincial tournament in March, the Lady Sabres are guaranteed a berth, and the way they have been playing so far, they may not be the most hospitable hosts.
Following on the heels of a very successful volleyball season, where the Lady Sabr

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John Bender #62, reflects on past Season

 

As many of you know, John Bender, son of Linda and Wally Bender of Three Hills, plays football with the University of Nevada.
"Big John", has always kept us posted on how his career is shaping up and we look forward to his annual letter.
John is an outstanding athlete and we are so proud of his achievements to date. Who knew the "King of the Hill" was destined to play in the big leagues!. John's letter is as follows:

First of all I graduated from the University of Nevada this semester. I now

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