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Outlaws give league-leaders toughest run

Richard Froese South Peace News The High Prairie Outlaws were shut out 39-0 at home by the league-leading Grande Prairie Broncos on Sept. 29 in Peace Country Bantam Football League action. Blanked on the scoreboard for the first time this…
PIC – Saints win silver

The St. Andrew’s School junior high girl’s volleyball team won silver medals at the Ty Dennison Memorial Tournament in Peace River Sept. 29. The Saints fought hard against Falher Ecole Heritage and lost in the third set 15-13. In the…

Richard Froese South Peace News The High Prairie Renegades have been sidelined for the rest of the Mighty Peace Football Conference season. High Prairie suspended play on Oct. 4, according to posts on the Facebook page of the High Prairie…

Saturday, Oct. 27 Grande Prairie at Fort St. John Friday, Nov. 2 Manning at Grimshaw Saturday, Nov. 3 Fort St. John at Grande Prairie Grimshaw at Falher High Prairie at Manning Thursday, Nov. 8 Grande Prairie at Dawson Creek Friday,…
Students support Terry Fox en masse

High Prairie schools participated in the Terry Fox National School Run Day on Sept. 27 to raise funds to fight cancer. Students from High Prairie Elementary School, Prairie River Junior High School and E.W. Pratt Senior High School walked and…

Chris Clegg South Peace News The High Prairie Regals will open their 24-game 2018-19 North Peace Hockey League season Saturday, Nov. 3 against an undetermined opponent. It was one of many decisions reached at the NPHL’s annual general meeting in…
PRJH names volleyball tourney for Halverson

Richard Froese South Peace News Volleyball will be at the centre of the sports stage at Prairie River Junior High School with two major tournaments in October at the High Prairie school. The Prairie River Raiders will host the Josh…

Richard Froese South Peace News The High Prairie Outlaws fell just seconds, yards and points short of recording their first- ever win in the Peace Country Bantam Football League. A last-second touchdown drive ended on the two-yard line as the…
Renegades’ optimism remains high

Richard Froese South Peace News The High Prairie Renegades high school football team is eager to hit the win column in its fourth season in the Mighty Peace Football Conference. “The goals and expectations we have for the team this…
Rangers applying to rejoin NPHL

Chris Clegg South Peace News The North Peace Hockey League could have as many as nine teams for the coming season, or as few as seven. Plans for the season will be finalized at the league’s annual general meeting in…
‘We should have beaten that team’

Richard Froese South Peace News The High Prairie Renegades came close to winning their home- opener in high school football Sept. 20 when they hosted the Valleyview Hillside Cougars. Trailing just 9-0 after the third quarter, the Renegades lost 29-6.…
Lady Rebels bring gold back to Driftpile

Chris Clegg South Peace News They did it the tough way but it made winning so much sweeter. The Driftpile Rebels girl’s fastball team won the Alberta Indigenous Games Fastball Intermediate Class in Edmonton Aug. 16-17. After losing their first…
Outlaws still pushing for first victory

Richard Froese South Peace News The High Prairie Outlaws scored a late touchdown as the home team lost 20-8 to the Grande Prairie Norsemen in Peace Country Bantam Football League action Sept. 8. Austin Kerekanich ran in a touchdown from…

Richard Froese South Peace News The High Prairie Renegades kicked off their fourth high school football season in the Mighty Peace Football Conference. Looking for their first win in team history, the Renegades lost 32-6 to the strong Sabres in…
Mini-golf tournament scores for Marigold

Richard Froese South Peace News Marigold Enterprises was supported during a mini-golf tournament Aug. 26 to raise funds and have fun. “About 20 people of all ages participated and everyone had fun,” says organizer Connie Sabo, a support worker at…
Enilda Mud Bowl marks 35th anniversary

Chris Clegg South Peace News Many said it couldn’t be done! Many said it would not survive! Yet, 35 years later, Enilda Mud Bowl continues to “roll” on! The bowling alley celebrates its 35th anniversary of the first night of…