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Titans working to raise funds for San Diego trip

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    The Drumheller Senior Titans are taking team building to another level and will be competing in a tournament in San Diego this summer, leading up to the regular season.
    The team has been working at fundraising for the trip from August 24 to 29. Coach Jason Rasmussen says this type of experience will help build the team.
    “I wanted to do a trip that would help strengthen this team going into the season. I have high expectations of what we are going to do in the province this year,” said Rasmussen. “The trip is an opportunity to see some football at a very high level, play some football at a very high level, and get a taste of how fanatical football can be in a community.”


Sabres host 1A boys basketball zones this weekend

March Madness will be in full swing this weekend as St. Anthony’s School is hosting the Senior Boys 1A South Central Zone tournament.
    The top senior boys 1A (high schools with under 100 students) basketball teams from South Central Alberta will be in Drumheller to play off for a place at the provincial finals, and the St. Anthony’s Sabres are ranked in first place going into the tournament.

DrumStix wins Big Valley tournament

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 The DrumStix ladies hockey team weren’t able to watch Team Canada cruise to victory last Sunday, as they were embroiled in their own hockey battle. The DrumStix were in Big Valley for the  Bossy Blues Tournament. They beat Delburne and Castor in the round robin, and  faced off against Cremona in the final on Sunday, February 28. They came away with a victory. Members of the team with the trophy are (back; l-r) Marilyn Laframboise, Angel LeBlanc, Tracey Herman, Sarah Schille, Teryl Pidhaichuk, and Krista Groenveld,  with (front; l-r) Ann Wade, Karen McMillan, Karen Rusnak, Mr. Hockey, Laura Hegberg, Jodi Williams and Stephanie Christianson.  (missing Dawn Sullivan).
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