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Titans march to another victory

titans-vs-highriver-032.jpgHigh River tried to grapple with the Titans but there was no slowing them down, as they marched to a 28-0 victory. The Titans are at home this Saturday to take on Olds.

    The Drumheller Senior Titans continue to move up through the ranks as they toppled High River last Saturday on the road.

Room To Read raised $3,500

room-to-read.jpgAbove are the winners of the Room to Read Charity Golf Tournament on Saturday, September 26 at Dinosaur Trail Golf and Country Club, (l-r) Tom Zariski, Daryl Danchek, Peter Glossop and Barry Fullerton.  A small but enthusiastic group of golfers, along with great community support, raised over $3.500 for the Drumheller Appeal.  Proceeds will go toward helping to build a school in Sri Lanka.

Sabres soccer playing in Foothills Athletic League

 

The St. Anthony’s Sabres girls soccer team has gained access to the competitive Foothills Athletic Soccer League, and has a tough schedule coming up.

This is the second year for a girls soccer program at the school, and are finding good success. This year they entered the league along with Canmore. It also has teams in Highwood High School in High River, Holy Trinity Academy out of Okotoks, Foothills Composite out of Okotoks and Strathmore High School. All the teams are 3A schools or higher. St. Anthony’s by contrast is a 1A school with a much smaller population to draw upon.