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Delia cyclist completes fight against kids cancer

jager.jpgAfter twelve days of riding, a Delia woman has ended her fight against childhood cancer by dipping her wheels in the Atlantic ocean after cycling across Canada.
Heather Jager joined the Sears Nation Kids Cancer Ride, ending her twelve day journey on June 28 in Halifax after starting in Vancouver.
“I met some really inspiring people, lots of kids who really wrench your heart out,” Jager said. “Everybody felt like family, it was hard to say goodbye.”

Richardson Roadrunners start strong, fall short

The Richardson Roadrunners Peewee D Girls softball team was at provincials in Strathmore this past weekend, July 10 through 12, and although they came out of the gates with a strong showing, fell a little short of their goal to win provincials.
    Game play started on Friday against Calgary. With four infield home runs and a final score of 21-7, the girls were definitely warming up to play very well.

Badlands Basketball camp wraps up year

basketball-camp.jpgThe Badlands Basketball camps wrapped up on Thursday July 9th, with the final day of the Junior Camp and the Elite camp ending on Sunday, July 5th.
Both camps had over 20 participants and were full of promising young basketball stars.
The camps were put on by Chad Pidhaichuk and Jesse McLean, with help from Ryan Wade, Tyler Fournier and Will Belliveau, all DCHS Dynos basketball alumni. The camp covered topics such as individual offense & defense, shooting, ball handling and transition offense and defense.

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