Linden Sports Day packed with activities

Linden’s parade floats on Saturday morning (June 2) did resemble the theme ‘Wild, Wild West’ with all the planked wood jails and western accessories. The weather couldn’t have been more cooperative. Receiving a first in the Clubs and Organizations was the Linden and District Agricultural Society float, followed by the Linden 50 plus group for second, and KidsSport in third. Under the Commercial banner was Mountain View Credit Union in first, followed by Linden Agri Centr

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U11 Soccer Boys victorious over Carbon

The Three Hills Soccer U11 boys team started the week off with a home game on Monday, May 21 against Carbon. This team has improved so much this year. It is exciting to see them play positions and to work together. Jack Perry scored 3 goals and Ezra Stahl scored a goal to bring our total to 4-0. Ezra Amendt and Sky MacDonald both played in goal and kept every shot out of the net.

Our U19 girls hosted Olds for our first home game of the season on Monday night. Due to several injuries and absence

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U17/U19 defeats Didsbury in home game

THSA had another busy week of soccer. Our U19 girls game was postponed on Monday due to injuries on the other team. Our U13 boys game was also postponed on Thursday due to weather.

Our U11 boys played in Irricana on Monday. They played a fantastic game and came close to winning but ended up being defeated by 5-4. Taylor Nine played a great game in goal. After being down 4-1, the forwards including Ezra Stahl and Cole Wiebe played hard and helped us come from behind to almost tie the score.


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From a Royal to a Cougar

Three Hills’ own Sidney Platt will soon be back on the basketball court, this time in a darker shade of blue. Platt, who has played for the Three Hills Royals, has been offered a basketball scholarship to play in the Canadian Interuniversity Sports league (CIS) for Mount Royal University (MRU), in Calgary, and will be joining the school in the fall.

While other schools also showed interest in him, Mount Royal has been pursuing Platt for much of the season, coming to watch his games and in

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