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High school duffers compete at zones

    Drumheller student athletes opened the school sports season by competing at the golf zone championships.
    In all, two teams from DCHS and two teams from St. Anthony’s School competed in tournament play on Tuesday, September 14 in Carstairs, facing blustery conditions.
    The DCHS girl’s team of Nikki Broom, Paula Wade, Karissa Reid and Ally Campbell played well. According to coach Dan Hird, they missed out on a bronze medal by four strokes.
    The boy’s team of Sean Davies, Jarred Potter, Shane Gwinner and Mitchell Toffan finished in the middle of the pack. Hird says because members of the boys team all play hockey and were busy with fall tryouts, they were not able to get much practice time on the links.
    At St. Anthony’s, Madison Colberg finished in the top 10. Jessie Carrier also competed well. Michelle Fournier coached the girl’s team.
    Jay Mulgrew coached the boy’s team made up of Brandon Gruber, Andrew Stedman, Conner Bosch and Ryan Cardamone. They also played well finishing in the pack with all bettering a score of 100.

Memorial Red Eye three day softball fundraiser finished Sunday


    Although the final numbers have yet to be counted, the second annual Chris Bolin Memorial Red Eye ball tournament was another successful fundraiser for both the Morgan Jayne Project and the Drumheller Fire Department.

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Titans look for third win before home opener September 25


    The hardest challenge is yet to come for the Senior Drumheller Titans, who dropped the Strathmore Spartans over the weekend with a dominating score of 34-0.
    “You take what they give you,” said coach Jason Rasmussen about the defensive shutout which made this season’s tally 2-0.
    Allowing very little yards after catch from Strathmore, the success story of the game was the Titan’s defence, said the coach.

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