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Golf Nationals Notebook: Bittersweet moment caps long day

By Medicine Hat News on October 19th, 2016

Each of the past few years the Medicine Hat College Rattlers have qualified for golf nationals, coach Trevor Moore has filed a blog entry for each day of the trip. With Danielle Blackmer, Becky Martin, Nicole Schultz and Braden Schacher in Prince Edward Island for nationals this week, Moore’s daily notes continue today. Canadian Collegiate ... Read More »

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FAME: Competitive dancer has big goals

By Medicine Hat News on October 19th, 2016

Childhood is the ideal time for developing the habit of regular physical activity, which provides important health benefits when pursued through adulthood. But an alarming fact is that if a girl doesn’t participate in physical activity by age 10 there is only a 10 per cent chance she’ll be physically active at age 25. Females ... Read More »

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Minor Hockey: Hounds raise $2,500 for charity

By Medicine Hat News on October 18th, 2016

Medicine Hat News They may not have been winners on the scoreboard but the midget AA Hounds had every reason to feel good about themselves Friday. The Medicine Hat team’s game at the Kinplex against the Bow Valley Timberwolves ended in a 2-2 tie, with all four goals scored in the opening 12 minutes. Perhaps ... Read More »

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Teams get a bit of revenge at provincials

By Medicine Hat News on October 18th, 2016

Medicine Hat News Eagle Butte’s cross-country runners avenged their loss at the South Zone meet by nearly winning another provincial banner. The 3A-sized school came in third at Alberta Schools Athletic Association championships in Cochrane Saturday, their 901 points trailing only first-place Strathmore’s 956 and second place Canmore’s 937. But it was way above South ... Read More »

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Colts, Talons win tournament

By Medicine Hat News on October 18th, 2016

Medicine Hat News Monsignor McCoy’s varsity girls volleyball team continues to roll along, as demonstrated by another tournament win this past Saturday. But they’re being pushed by a familiar foe. The Colts didn’t drop a set until the final of the Crescent Heights tournament, until Eagle Butte served notice they’ll be a strong rival again ... Read More »

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Inside the CFL: It’s been a busy year for commissioner’s office

By Medicine Hat News on October 18th, 2016

“Why’s everybody always pickin’ on me” — Charlie Brown by the Coasters. In August, the CFL fined the Saskatchewan Roughriders $80,000 for practice roster and other infractions and reduced their salary cap by $26,000. Coach, general manager and vice president of football operations Chris Jones was unrepentant, saying everyone does it. Rider nation was outraged ... Read More »

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Golf Nationals Notebook: Adventures in Charlottetown

By Medicine Hat News on October 18th, 2016

Each of the past few years the Medicine Hat College Rattlers have qualified for golf nationals, coach Trevor Moore has filed a blog entry for each day of the trip. With Danielle Blackmer, Becky Martin, Nicole Schultz and Braden Schacher in Prince Edward Island for nationals this week, Moore’s daily notes return starting with this ... Read More »

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Snakebit: Giants hang on to beat Tigers in OT

By Ryan McCracken on October 17th, 2016

rmccracken@medicinehatnews.com @MHNMcCracken The Medicine Hat Tigers did just enough to secure sole possession of first place in the WHL’s Central Division with Saturday’s 2-1 overtime loss to the Vancouver Giants. But after outshooting the Giants by a 37-21 margin, Tigers veteran forward Steven Owre says they’re far from satisfied. “It’s heartbreaking. I thought we played ... Read More »

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Rattlers making final their stretch count

By Ryan McCracken on October 17th, 2016

rmccracken@medicinehatnews.com @MHNMcCracken It may not have been their final home game together, but the Medicine Hat College Rattlers women’s soccer team knew they needed to make their last home game of the regular season count. With the key members of the team graduating in the off-season and one final shot at a national championship together, ... Read More »

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Shaping a new generation: Olympian Ryan Cochrane gets in the pool with AMAC

By Ryan McCracken on October 17th, 2016

rmccracken@medicinehatnews.com @MHNMcCracken Ryan Cochrane grew up surrounded by strong athletic influences. From Olympians, to a physically gifted brother, Cochrane didn’t have to look hard for sources of inspiration. So when the Canadian Olympic swimmer got out of the pool following his third trip to the Games this summer in Rio, he found it only fitting ... Read More »

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