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Pearl LorentzenLakeside Leader Both senior girls and boys Rams made it to volleyball Zones, but that’s where the season ended. Roland Michener School in Slave Lake also had junior and senior volleyball teams this year. The juniors finished a while…
Slave Laker takes a stab at professional wrestling

Joe McWilliamsLakeside Leader At home and at his regular job, he’s mild-mannered Derri Deschover of Slave Lake. But as of about a month ago, he’s also Tarzan Hayes, the terror of the wrestling ring. “I’m working with Monster Pro Wrestling…
Two one-goal losses for the Icedogs

Joe McWilliamsLakeside Leader Looking on the bright side, the Slave Lake Icedogs were competitive in both their games this past weekend. They lost 13 – 12 to Edson Friday night, and dropped a 7 – 6 decision to Gibbons on…
Icedogs short of players, lose a couple of games

Joe McWilliamsLakeside Leader The Slave Lake Icedogs have a numbers problem at the moment, and it isn’t helping. They had what under the circumstances was probably an okay result in Edson on Friday, but got shut out and blown out…
Tryouts for traditional games coming to Slave Lake

Pearl LorentzenLakeside Leader Once again, Slave Lake will host Arctic Sports and Dene Games tryouts for Team Alberta North for the Arctic Winter Games. Except for a hiatus during the COVID-19 pandemic, this happens every two years. Tim Horsman from…
Minor hockey report

Leader staff Fans of U15 hockey are in for a treat this season, if Saturday’s game between the Slave Lake Thunder #1 team and Barrhead is anything to go by. The game was like a toe-to-toe boxing match, with neither…

Leader staff The Slave Lake Icedogs lost a 10 – 6 game in Enoch to the Northern Alberta Tomahawks on Saturday night. The result of their home game against Fox Creek on Sunday came in too late for our earlier-than-usual…