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Raiders finish in top 4 in zones

Richard Froese South Peace News Prairie River Raiders of High Prairie reached the final four at the northwest zone junior high school girls’ volleyball championships. After finishing second in the High Prairie School Division championship at home on Oct. 29-30,…
Raiders in tough at volleyball zones

Richard Froese South Peace News Prairie River Raiders of High Prairie faced tough competition at the northwest zone junior high school boys’ volleyball championships. After winning the High Prairie School Division championship at home on Oct. 29-30, the Raiders lost…
Renegades optimistic for next season

Richard Froese South Peace News The High Prairie Renegades high school team has wrapped up a winless season in the Mighty Peace Football Conference. The visiting Renegades were blanked 60-0 by the Whitecourt Cats on Oct. 21 in their final…
$150,000 of sports equipment delivered to High Prairie

Chris Clegg South Peace News For the last few weeks, Town of High Prairie Mayor Linda Cox and Councillor Brian Gilroy have met with representatives from Sport Central. Oct. 26, over $150,000 worth of sports equipment was delivered to High…
Outlaws end season on high note

Richard Froese South Peace News The High Prairie Outlaws wrapped up their first season in the Peace Country Bantam Football League with improved results. Despite a valiant effort, the Outlaws were bucked 45-6 by the Grande Prairie Broncos at home…
Thunder’s Turcotte turns in a Top 15 performance at the CCAA

Submitted story and photo After finishing in the top five at the recent ACAC Golf Championships, the Thunder Golf team’s Kassidy Turcotte found herself qualifying as an individual for the 2016 PING Golf National Championships hosted by Holland College in…

Update Monday October 31 – An emergency meeting is called for Monday evening, October 31, in a last ditch attempt to save the Regals for this season. A report on this meeting will be posted as soon as details are…
Chargers fall to Mustangs in final

Richard Froese South Peace News The E.W. Pratt men’s team finished second in the High Prairie school’s 29th annual Chargers’ Invitational Volleyball Tournament Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. The Chargers lost 27-25, 25-17 to the Wabasca Mistassiny Mustangs in the…
Lady Chargers reach semi-final

Richard Froese South Peace News The E.W. Pratt Lady Chargers faced some strong competition at the 29th annual Pratt Invitational Volleyball Tournament Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. The girls lost 25-3, 25-7 to Glenmary of Peace River in the semifinal…
PIC – New duds for Outlaws

The High Prairie Outlaws bantam football team shows off its new jerseys donated by Fountain Tire and The Promo Store. Uniforms were delivered on Oct. 3. Standing at the right are Fountain Tire owner Jeff Copeland and The Promo Store…
Students support Terry Fox en masse

A Terry Fox banner is waved by students. In front, left-right, are McKenzie Patenaude-Richard [kindergarten], Joseph Belesky (kindergarten), and Angelica Sutherland [Grade 1]). In the back row, left-right, are Jaylee Halcrow [Grade 7], Zale Zabolotniuk [Grade 11], Corey Isaac [Grade…
High Prairie pool wins 2 Red Cross awards

The High Prairie Regional Aquatic Centre received two service awards from the Canadian Red Cross from the Alberta branch. Accepting the awards Oct. 5 in Edmonton are Seth Petersen, Operations and Maintenance of the Aquatic Centre, left, and Aquatic Centre…

The North Peace Hockey League has announced its playoff format. A decision was made at the fall meeting Sept. 28, pending the Manning Comets’ playing this season. However, when the Comets took a one-year leave of absence, teams were invited…

Richard Froese South Peace News Minor football for local teams wraps up this coming weekend. The High Prairie Outlaws host the Grande Prairie Broncos on Oct. 22 at 1 p.m. in the final game of their inaugural season in the…
PIC – Call her Master Isaac!

On Aug. 20, the Taekwondo Alliance of Alberta conducted the Master Level examination for instructors Terri Miller and Melissa Isaac. Both students were fourth dan instructors. Smith is a fourth degree instructor and has accumulated over 25 years experience and…

Richard Froese South Peace News A hockey tournament planned for High Prairie to raise funds for the Stollery Children’s Hospital did not happen. The Cassidy Davies-Hunt Co-ed Hockey Tournament set for Oct. 7-9 was cancelled from a lack of entries.…