The Cochrane High School Cobras football team repeated as Tier III provincial champions for four years running after another successful season. The #1 ranked Cobras took on the #3 Holy Rosary Raiders in Lacombe on Nov. 24 and won 21-14, but they had to play their hardest once again. This was the third year the two teams have met in the provincial final and Cochrane has now won all three. Last year the Cobras won 29-20, and the year before 55-0.
The Cochrane High School Cobras girls’ volleyball team came just short of a provincial title after a terrific season. The Cobras lost in the 3A provincial final game to St. Joseph Catholic out of Grande Prairie in a close 2-1 game. The 3A provincials were held at HJ Cody in Sylvan Lake Nov. 23-25. The Cobras walked away with a silver medal, and this was only their second loss of the entire season including all tournament play.
The 8th Annual Super Seniors Square Speil was a success at the new Phillips Curling Centre at the Spray Lakes Family CentreThe Cochrane Senior Bonspiel tournament featured senior curlers over the age of 50 competing in a friendly, but competitive tournament with lots of prizes. The amount of teams and players keeps growing each year, with 44 teams that participated at this year’s event, which ran Nov. 22-25. The organizers of the event and also competitors were thrilled for the new facility.
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