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Cochrane-area players on Alberta U18 team

Cochrane-area players on Alberta U18 team

Three Cochrane-area players are suiting up for Team Alberta’s U18 girls hockey team this year.

Lions take first loss in playoffs

The Cochrane Lions took their 8-0 regular-season record, and high hopes, into the Calgary Bantam Football Association (CBFA) playoffs. But their high hopes crashed head-long into foul weather and an even more foul foe in the Calgary Stampeders.

Generals' campaign to land over-age player snags on league rule

In an effort to bolster their flagging fortunes, the Cochrane Generals are trying to add a fourth over-age (21-year-old) skater to their Heritage Junior Hockey League roster.
Cardiac kids come through

Cardiac kids come through

It’s not over until it’s over. So, down 6-0 to Airdrie’s Bert Church High School Chargers with 50 seconds remaining in the game, the Springbank High School Phoenix went to work.
Lions refuse to lose

Lions refuse to lose

The Cochrane Lions achieved a perfect 8-0 regular-season record in Calgary Bantam Football Association (CBFA) play with a 27-16 win over the Calgary Stamps Oct. 13 at Calgary’s Shouldice Park.
Did that just happen? Seriously?

Did that just happen? Seriously?

The Cochrane High School Cobras varsity girls soccer team demolished the competition at the South Central Zone invitational soccer tournament over the weekend – and brought home nothing but a kit bag full of confusion and angst for their efforts.
Bobcats give Cobras a game

Bobcats give Cobras a game

It’s a tale of two teams. One, with a rookie starting quarterback who showed the most poise and confidence he’s shown all season. The other, with a coach who was concerned with his team’s performance despite a 33-point margin of victory.
A night full of firsts for Generals

A night full of firsts for Generals

Two words: Team defence. When you give up an average of 7.5 goals in your first four regular-season games, your defence, or lack thereof, is showing.

Cochrane's McArthur at Hawaii Ironman triathlon

Some people go to Hawaii to enjoy the sunny beaches. Some go to snorkel, surf or golf. Others go to just chill. Then there’s Cochrane’s Colin McArthur, who’s in Hawaii to subject himself to one of the most torturous athletic endeavours known to man.
Phoenix continue to rise

Phoenix continue to rise

Quarterback Levi Jackson threw four touchdown passes and ran for one more as the Springbank Community High School Phoenix defeated the visiting Bow Valley High School Bobcats 57-6 in Rocky View Sports Association Tier 2 football play Oct.