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Brooks Bombers go 3-2 on WMBL road trip
Brooks Bombers enjoyed a productive week of baseball winning three of five road games.
With the victories, the Bombers improved their Western Major Baseball League record to 4-8.
Brook sits fifth in the standings with the Fort McMurray Giants in the basement with a 3-10 record.
The Lethbridge Bulls lead the division with a 9-4 record going into play this week. The Okotoks Dawgs and Edmonton Prospect are tied for second place with 8-4 record.
Action from June 13 had the Brooks Bombers falling 5-4 to the host Moose Jaw Miller Express.
Moose Jaw scored one run in the first and second inning, two in the fifth and one in the eighth inning of play.  Full Story >
Brooks teenager Canada Summer Games bound
One of Alberta’s top volleyball athletes hopes to help her U18 team win gold at the approaching Canada Summer Games.
Winning gold at the July 28 to Aug. 13 event in Winnipeg would cap off a remarkable season for Madison Marshall.
The Brooks Composite High grade 12 student was recently named athlete of the year in Alberta for U18 volleyball.
Each age group has one award for male and female.  Full Story >
Top bronc riders coming to Pollockville next month
POLLOCKVILLE, Alberta – They crave good horses and the opportunities to cash in when the rides go well.
Now the top saddle bronc riders in North America will converge on this tiny hamlet for the Hardgrass Bronc Match, set for 6 p.m. Saturday, July 29.
“We figured it would be fitting to have an event out here where we’re in the heart of cattle country,” said Tyler Kraft, an event organizer who serves as manager of the Calgary Stampede Ranch near Hanna, Alberta. “We went to different bronc ridings in North Dakota and South Dakota and really thought this would be good for this part of Alberta.  Full Story >
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Top bronc riders coming to Pollockville next month 

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