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Rage earn fourth spot at provincials

soccer.jpgThe U16 Rage girls soccer team finished second in their pool, just behind the eventual champions at their first ever appearance at the provincial tournament.
    The U16s have had a stellar season and won the zone championship. This qualified them for the provincial tournament in Beaumont over last weekend.
    The team had a stellar performance and finished in fourth place in the province.
    “I was very happy with their play,” says coach Dave Rogers.
    The Rage started the tournament against a team from Lakeland. Maddie Davies found the net as the Rage went on to a 1-nil win.

N.P.P. racing gets the brakes over weekend

stock-cars.jpgAt the first race at Dinosaur Downs this Sunday, N.P.P. Late Model Series racing brought to Drumheller for the first time races at the new 3/8 mile oval.
But the event was flawed, as the race was stopped before the N.P.P. qualifying heat could get underway, due to the rapid drying nature on the second turn of the track put an end to the competitive racing.
Starting at 3 p.m., the event ended around 5 after the hobby stock car feature event, which was won by Danielle Clark.

U18s eye provincial gold

soccer.jpgWith another district title under there belt, for the second year in a row, the Drumheller U18’s now have their eyes set on the provincial title, in what might be a first time gold for the team.
Having a buy-in to the final round of playoffs on June 20 in Acme, the team ended up playing, and beating, Bowden in the final round Saturday afternoon.
The Drumheller co-ed U18s took the Big Country district championship with a 3-0 win over the team.
Now the team is set to play Saturday, July 4 in Stettler, scheduled to play two games on Saturday, and depending on the results, will be playing a game or more on Sunday, July 5.

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