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Regals live to play another day

Chris Clegg South Peace News After many meetings last week, including one where the entire High Prairie Regals executive resigned, the club announced Oct. 12 they will enter the NPHL for the 2019-20 season. The club met the previous night…
Flyers take leave of absence

Chris Clegg South Peace News The NPHL is down to six teams after Monday night on Oct. 8, after the Fort St. John Flyers announced they would not be part of the league for the 2019-20 season. NPHL President Jack…

Richard Froese South Peace News The High Prairie Renegades faced its toughest challenge in high school football action this season. The Renegades lost 39-12 to St. Joseph’s Celtics in Grande Prairie on Oct. 9. St. Joseph’s is ranked No. 2…

Richard Froese South Peace News The visiting High Prairie Outlaws lost 55-12 to the Grande Prairie Norsemen in bantam football action Oct. 4. “It was another hard-fought game,” coach Cody Herr says. “Our players have much to be proud of…

Richard Froese South Peace News Shelves at the High Prairie and District Food Bank will be replenished at a special food drive and fundraiser during volleyball alumni games Oct. 17 at E.W. Pratt High School. Pratt is hosting Digs for…

Chris Clegg South Peace News The High Prairie Midget Legionnaires lost a pair of games in British Columbia last week as the regular season approaches. The team lost 5-1 at Fort St. John Oct. 5 and 7-3 in Dawson Creek…
Renegades getting high marks

Richard Froese South Peace News The High Prairie Renegades lost another close game in high school football. Playing on home turf, the Renegades fell 25-14 to the Grande Prairie Peace Wapiti Titans on Oct. 3. High Prairie led 14-13 at…
Outlaws show improvement despite loss

Richard Froese South Peace News The High Prairie Outlaws lost to the visiting Grande Prairie Raiders 42-12 in bantam football Sept. 28. RJ Grievson scored two touchdowns for the Outlaws, who trailed 22-6 at halftime and 28-6 after three quarters.…

Chris Clegg South Peace News It is pretty much business as usual for the North Peace Hockey League this season except for one notable change. The league will operate with the same seven teams as last season, and have the…

Richard Froese South Peace News High Prairie Renegades came so close to winning their first game ever in the high school Mighty Peace Football Conference. The Renegades fell 19-14 to the Hillside Cougars in Valleyview on Sept. 19. “We thought…
Outlaws fall just short on final play

Richard Froese South Peace News High Prairie football fans came close to seeing a home victory for the first time in history. The High Prairie Outlaws lost 26-24 to the Wembley Bulldogs at home Sept. 21 in Peace Country Bantam…
Horseshoe tournament hits target in HP

Local pitchers out in full force Richard Froese South Peace News High Prairie was a hub of horseshoe pitching in the annual High Prairie Open tournament Sept. 14-15. Players from all over Alberta competed at the Gordon Buchanan Recreation Centre…

Richard Froese South Peace News The visiting High Prairie Outlaws lost 53-12 to the Peace River Prospectors Sept. 14 to open their Peace Country Bantam Football League season. Korven Herr and RJ Grievson scored the lone touchdowns in the second…

Chris Clegg South Peace News The Falher Pirates and High Prairie Regals continue to meet to prepare for the coming NPHL season. The Pirates met Sept. 15-16 and will inform the league of their intentions for the season on Sept.…
Outlaws hoping to lasso opponents

Richard Froese South Peace News High Prairie Outlaws enter a new era in their fourth season in the Peace River Bantam Football League. “This is going to be a rebuilding year,” says Tom Duchesneau, who has been the only head…
Renegades drop season home-opener

Richard Froese South Peace News High Prairie Renegades opened the new high school football season losing their first two games. The Renegades lost 56-6 to the Grande Prairie Warriors on the road Sept. 12 in their second game of the…