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Parkland High School Panthers teams claim gold




Parkland Panthers Boys Parkland girls defeated ( G YA C ) a r e t h e
and Girls basketball teams from Evansburg, Parkland Girls' (16-1)
teams claimed top spot Onoway and Edmonton. and the Parkland Boy's
in Holy Redeemer's Tim The Parkland teams (12-5).
Hortons Double Double will travel to Morinville The Panthers look
tournament recently. this weekend to face forward to this challenge
The Parkland boys some of their toughest and are gear up for the
team defeated teams competition of the year. finals in GYAC and the
from Niton, Evansburg, The #1 ranked teams in Zone Tournament in
and Spruce Grove to Grande Yellowhead Mayerthorpe. Do you have a story or pictures for the
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Parkland Panthers girls team are: (back row L-R) Coach Magneson,
Do you have a story or Montana Leach, Emma Bowman, Taylor Berkholtz, Kyla Kiland, Kelly Reid,
pictures for the Sports Paige Manning, and Coach Kiland. (Front row) Kennedy Zinn, Keara
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i The Atom Avalanche won their two game series against the Atom Canadians
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i HRH #13 Alexia Chase brings the ball forward during a regular season game
Resident again Pine Grove Panthers girl’s team February 10. HRH took the win 78-30.
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Two Muskeg Flyer brothers head to
DROP IN AND SEE! national championship

5040 3rd Avenue, Edson
780-723-5787 Submitted by Marsh country ski racing race and train fulltime
Hoke, Trails Chair, requires a lot of training out of Canmore. It is a
Muskeg Flyers Nordic and commitment. It is a real honour for Lukas to
Ski Club tribute to the dedication qualify for the Alberta
shown by the Mark team, and a tribute to his
The Mark brothers, brothers that they are skill and commitment
Lukas and Tomas, have able to do so well while that he is able to do so
been doing quite well on keeping up their studies. w h i l e s t u d y i n g
the cross country skiing From February 22 to engineering full time.
race circuit this winter. the 28 Lukas will be Both Lukas and Tomas
At the recent Canadian racing at the Canada will be going to the
B i r k e b e i n e r n e a r Winter Games in Prince Canadian National
Edmonton, Lukas won George. Only five Cross Country Ski
the 31K race, and Tomas s k i e r s f r o m e a c h Championships in
was 4th (2nd in his age province qualify to join Thunder Bay March 13 –
category). their provincial team. 23. Lukas will be skiing
Lukas, a graduate of They must be under 23 in the Open Men's
Holy Redeemer, is years old. There is very Category, while Tomas
studying engineering at strong competition to will be competing in the
the University of Alberta. qualify, with most of the Senior Boys' (17 and 18)
Tomas is a student at successful Alberta skiers Category. Yellowhead Koinonia Christian School played against Pine Grove Middle
Holy Redeemer. Cross School February 10. YKCS took the win with final score 44-22. Photo: Deanna
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Lukas Mark racing in the Athabasca Loppet on January 24. Submitted
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