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Parkland Panthers host





SPORTS Jumpstart basketball clinic
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Parkland and Pine and Alberta Colleges
Grove students got a Coach of the Year
chance to jumpstart their winner.
basketball skills and The Boys and Girls
season Nov 27, 28, and received eight hours of
29 at PCHS. instruction over the
The Parkland Panthers weekend. Coaches
hosted Chris Nicol from Wade Magneson and
Hoopnics Basketball Robin Kiland of the
Camps for a three day Parkland Panthers
clinic for 40 Grade 6-9 organized the camp to
students. The camp give athletes a jump start
helped to emphasize on their season.
s k i l l s a n d Athletes had a great
THE WEEKLY ANCHOR offensive/defensive sets time and are requesting a

repeat for next year. Also
to help them get ready for
tryouts for the Panther
in attendance were coach
Custom T-Shirts! teams last week. D a v i a n d c o a c h
Manning. Thanks for
Coach Nicol coached
your help in starting the
Grande Prairie College
$19.95 including T-Shirt & Transfer A d i D n yone Say... for 13 years and is an Panthers Basketball Submitted photo
season.
international clinician
discounts available Parkland and Pine Grove students jumpstarted their basketball skills Nov. 27-29 at PCHS.
All Full COLOUR! RIDE? Parkland Panthers win gold at HRH tournament




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No additional cost
The Parkland Panthers boys and the girl's Jr. teams
both won gold, going undefeated January 11 and 12, at
the Holy Redeemer Basketball tournament to claim
BORN the championship.
TO
The Panther girls defeated Athabasca 66-41 in the
GOLF final while the Panther Boys defeated Holy Redeemer
by a convincing 93-46 score. Congratulations to both
teams for starting the season with gold medals.
FORCED TO

WORK DON’T TELL ANYONE Panther Jr. girls team back row from left to
YOU SAW ME
right: Coach Mag, Tea Hataley, Avery
Pelz, Emma Bowman, Naomi Muamba,
G a r d eners Brooklyn Blundell, Kayli Bott, Grace
Marchand, and Coach Kiland. Second
row: Rickaya Lachance, Kyla Kyland, Torri
CEREAL Correia, Sarah Wild, and Mary-Anne
Muyambo. First row: Amber Wild, and
KILLER!! ESCAPED Paige Manning. Submitted photo
MOM


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5040 3rd Ave., Edson, AB 723-5787

The Edson Royal Canadian Legion
presented the Edson Orcas with a $1,500
donation on December 7 to go towards their
lane fees. From left to right are Edson
Legion Past President Dave Velichko,
Thomas Pennings, Corbin Langston,
Josina Kennedy, Keira Lennox, Zoe
Schwitz, Jarrett Schwitz, Abby Kennedy,
and Edson Legion President Gerald
Forbes. The Edson Legion has been a
longtime supporter of the local swim club.
Photo by Adrienne Tait
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