Temple City Star
311 Main St.
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Chipman Horsemanship Open Horse Show
Submitted by: Lindsay & Mark Chipman
I have been planning this horse show since we moved down from Calgary after doing some research and being disappointed in the lack of small shows there were south of Lethbridge. I run a horse training and riding lesson program in Raymond and I was looking for a place where my students could come and show the work they had done ~ the competition would be fun. The goal in planning this show was to create a fun and safe place for people of all ages and abilities to exhibit all the hard work they do with their horses, and bringing more people to support the small communities
in southern Alberta.
I started advertising, and chose Ryan Smith as our judge who lives in Southern Alberta and runs a very well known Ranch called Fleetwood Farms. We had 40 contestants travel from all western Canada (AB & BC) to attend our show which was amazing! I had family and friends that had volunteered to help me run the day.
Cardston High School
Submitted by: Kerri Nelson
The Cardston High School Womens Softball team were the team to beat this year in the competitive south zone. The girls competed in league games and tournaments all over Southern Alberta. They won the Vulcan Tournament, placed second in the Coaldale Tournament and won the League Tournament with a 13-2 record. The Cougars battled the heat and the competition
June 4th at Softball Valley in Lethbridge, beating Milk River High School in the the final game. The win captured the title and banner for the 2015 south zone.
Senior Melissa Olsen had 10 RBI, 2 HR and 7 R, senior Challis Olsen had 7 RBI's and the highest
batting average 923. Bailey Nelson also had 7 RBI's, 2 HR and 4 R with Natalie Drew pitching a phenomenal tournament and allowing only one run in on the final game. Congratulations girls on winning and raising the first ever Cardston Cougars softball banner !!