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Cochrane Rockies repeat as provincial champs

Cochrane Rockies repeat as provincial champs

A funny thing happened to the Rocky Mountain Raiders on the way to repeating as provincial champions. Someone forgot to tell them they were in a rebuilding year.

Cochrane's Robinson to play for Penn State

Cochrane Minor Hockey product, and long-time Coda Gordon linemate, James Robinson has signed a letter of intent to play hockey for National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division 1 school Penn State University.
Gordon pumped for WHL playoffs

Gordon pumped for WHL playoffs

Cochrane’s Coda Gordon is getting a taste of the Western Hockey League playoffs for the first time. In his second season with the Swift Current Broncos, the 6-foot-1 left-winger and his team are trailing Calgary 2-1 in the best-of-7 opening-round.
Fike's canvas fetches $130,000 at Stampede auction

Fike's canvas fetches $130,000 at Stampede auction

They haven’t hitched the hooves to the wagon yet, but the cash register is already ringing for Cremona chuckwagon racer Jordie Fike. Fike took in $130,000 at the Calgary Stampede Rangeland Derby chuckwagon canvas auction March 21 in Calgary.

Cobra varsity boys win silver at hoops provincials

The Cochrane High School Cobras varsity boys basketball team came up a couple of shots short of taking it all at the Alberta Schools Athletic Association 3A provincial hoops championship in Spruce Grove over the weekend.
Coach Peron takes Cobras varsity girls on 'journey'

Coach Peron takes Cobras varsity girls on 'journey'

You get the feeling, after talking with Cochrane High School Cobras varsity girls basketball coach Randy Peron, that he follows every shot, every pass, every block and every bounce of the ball during his team’s games and practices.

Cochrane hosts Treaty hockey tournament

Cochrane and area is hosting one of the largest First Nations hockey tournaments in the province later this month. The Alberta Treaty Hockey Championships run March 27-31 in Cochrane, Cremona, Tsuu T’ina and at the Crowfoot rink in northwest Calgary.
Hockey idle in Morley

Hockey idle in Morley

“Hockey in Morley is at a standstill.” And with that utterance, Alberta Treaty Hockey Association president Marty Wildman left one sports reporter scratching his head.
Dogpound's Watt a Trojan work horse

Dogpound's Watt a Trojan work horse

When you hail from Dogpound, you’re going to have some junkyard dog in you. And that’s just fine with the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) Trojans.
Cochrane hockey checks into Peewee contact

Cochrane hockey checks into Peewee contact

Contact in Peewee hockey has absorbed another crushing body-check with the delivery of yet another study denouncing the practice because it increases the risk of concussions in young players.