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Kendal Pierson finishes out her Grade 11 season as the National High School Rodeo Association World Champion breakaway roper.

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For the first time in league history, PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Canada will launch the season for the elite Cup Series in Lethbridge. The tour returns to the Alberta city for the third consecutive year Aug. 27-28, 2021, welcoming fans to ENMAX Centre for the fan-attended PBR South Count…

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Fans of the Western Canadian Baseball League can now start circling game-day dates on their calendars.

The league officially unveiled its schedule Monday, with the Edmonton ProspectsLethbridge BullsOkotoks Dawgs BlackOkotoks Dawgs Red and the expansion Sylvan Lake Gulls set to take part with all-Canadian rosters.

We are so excited to be taking this next step in bringing baseball back to our fans,” WCBL president Kevin Kvame said. “Our governors have been working around the clock to get the schedule put together.”

As stated after hearing the news of the Alberta government’s re-opening plans, Opening Day is slated for June 18 with the Bulls hosting Okotoks Black while the Prospects visit Sylvan Lake.

Fans in the Edmonton region will be able to enjoy Prospects games at ballparks in Spruce Grove and Sherwood Park as the team gets its new facility in Spruce Grove ready for the 2022 season. A handful of their home games will also be played in Lethbridge, Okotoks and Sylvan Lake.

CLICK HERE FOR THE 2021 WCBL SCHEDULE

The regular season will end on August 15, with the semi-finals slated for August 16-18 and the league championship to be held August 20-22.

The WCBL has several marquee matchups for important dates on the calendar, including Father’s Day, Canada Day, and the August long weekend.

While we’re starting the season with a limited number of fans, as per the guidance of health officials, we’re hopeful to increase capacity as the season progresses,” Kvame added. “We’ll be exercising diligence throughout the summer to adhere to all provincial guidelines as they change and are adopted.”

More details on protocols and seating will be announced by each team as Opening Day approaches.

Stay tuned to the Western Canadian Baseball League’s website and social media channels (FacebookTwitter and Instagram) for further updates on the season.

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The 2021 Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) Showcase has been awarded to the host community of Brooks, AB and the Brooks Bandits.  As hosts of the 15th annual event, the Brooks Bandits will highlight the high-level hockey AJHL fans and scouts have come to expect with the addition of a festi…

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The 2020-21 Heritage Junior Hockey League season is no more.

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The Western Hockey League announced Dec. 15, it will delay the start of the 2020-21 WHL Regular Season, and following further consultation with regional health authorities, the Board of Governors will meet in January to consider potential start dates.

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In a year unlike any other, the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame (LSHOF) has taken steps to ensure its latest class of inductees will still be properly honoured, while ensuring everyone’s safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. The hall will formally induct its previously announced class of 2020 …

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Sports and live events have taken a hit due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemonium has put an end to many spring and summer events provincially, nationally, globally, and locally. Organizers in Raymond have recently made the tough decision to cancel the 2020 Southern Alberta Summer…

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The Brooks Bandits of the Alberta Junior Hockey League have officially postponed their 2020 Spring Camp, the club announced on Tuesday.

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Trochu resident Alicia Erickson, who is currently serving as Miss Rodeo Canada 2020 for the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association, sang the national anthem for the South Country Co-op Showdown that was hosted by PBR Canada at the Lethbridge Enmax Centre on March 6 and 7.

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The South Country Co-op Showdown hosted by Professional Bull Riders Canada at the Lethbridge Enmax Centre on March 6-7 included two riders from Southern Alberta, Logan Biever and Dayton Johnston.

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Medicine Hat College (MHC) Rattlers men’s volleyball head coach Mark Porter has resigned effective immediately to pursue other career opportunities. 

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The Brooks Bandits of the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) will open their six-day main training camp for their 2019-20 season on Monday, August 19th, the team announced today.

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Take me out to the good old ball game! The sport of baseball has been a favourite pastime and popular sport from the 1920s to today. In 1939 though, baseball was put on somewhat of a hiatus, as many players traded their uniforms for soldier attire and went overseas to war. In 1956 in Vauxhal…

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The Brooks Bandits got a three-point night from forward Jake Lee (Owen Sound, ON), and a 22-save shutout from goaltender Pierce Charleson (Aurora, ON) en route to a 4-0 blanking of the visiting Prince George Spruce Kings at the Centennial Regional Arena on Sunday night.

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The Brooks Bandits rebounded from Friday night’s series-opening loss with a 3-1 win over the Prince George Spruce Kings in Game 2 of the 2019 Doyle Cup on Saturday night at the Centennial Regional Arena, posting the franchise’s first-ever home win in a BCHL/AJHL matchup.

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The Brooks Bandits rebounded from a disappointing Game 2 loss in the AJHL South Final, scoring four times in the opening frame and riding a hot start to a 6-1 win in Okotoks over the host Oilers in Game 3, taking a 2-1 series lead in the league semifinal.

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The Brooks Bandits fell at home for the first time in the 2018-19 season on Saturday night, as a four-goal third period charge from the visiting Okotoks Oilers broke a 2-2 deadlock after two periods and gave the visitors a 6-3 win, tying the best of seven South Final at one game apiece.

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Two of the top defences in the AJHL collided in Game 1 of the league’s South Final on Friday night, yet more than a quarter of the shots on goal in the game entered the net, as the Brooks Bandits took an offensively-charged 7-5 win over the visiting Okotoks Oilers to open the league semifinal.

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As the lone rider to go a perfect 3-for-3, Parsonage catapults to No. 44 in the PBR world standings. In front of a sold-out crowd on Saturday night inside the ENMAX Centre, Jared Parsonage (Maple Creek), the lone rider to go a perfect 3-for-3, won the Bridge City Chrysler/LA Towing PBR Chall…