The Three Hills Thrashers extended their winning streak to four games this weekend, scoring an exciting come-from-behind victory over the Okotoks Bisons on Friday night and then dumping their divisional rivals, the Mountain View Colts on Saturday evening.
Friday night started out poorly for the home squad as they fell behind 3-0 in the first period to the visiting Bisons. Whatever words of wisdom Coach Ian Hall used in the intermission, found listening ears as they team came out in the second st

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Acme Senior Boys Volleyball off to Provincials
Acme's Senior Boys returned from the 1A Volleyball Zone Tournament as 2010 Zone Champions.
The eight-team tournament was held in Bassano, with Acme winning 10-0, defeating Standard, Bassano, and Duchess in round-robin play, Olds Koinonia Christian in the semi-final, and Rosemary in the final.
It was in 2007 that the Acme Senior Boys last brought home the banner. During season play this 2010 team defeated Three Hills and Prairie Christian Academy for Divisionals, followed by Regionals and Zone

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Devin Woodland, a young man who grew up in Three Hills and graduated from Prairie Christian Academy in 2008, has received an ACAC all-conference selection in cross-country running as a result of his fourth place finish in the ACAC provincial championship 8 km race.
Woodland now runs for Grande Prairie Regional College and narrowly missed the podium at this year's championships as two runners from Lethbridge, both off Kenyan origin, and one runner studying at Augustana though he is originally fro

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Impressive Appaloosa's

MaryLou and Katie Tainsh attended the Canadian National Appaloosa Show in Brandon, Manitoba from July 27-31, 2010. Competing against horses, from all across Canada and the United States, both had a very successful show. MaryLou won the Canadian title for Novice Amateur Showmanship. Katie also won a championship for Novice Amateur English Equitation, as well as winning four reserve champion titles. At the end of the week, Katie also came in overall as Reserve High Point in both Youth 14-18 years

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