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Sisiter Shantaya (left) and Hanna (right) Strebel show off their new rings.

Flying high above the hardwood

For one teenage girl, standing on the shoulders of giants started out as nothing more than a dream. That dream seemed out of reach for 19-year-old Hanna Strebel. The younger sister of Shantaya Strebel, a now-graduated Lethbridge College Kodiaks forward from Tabiona, Utah, has Down syndrome. Back in March, Hanna’s smile lit up the bench

Fifth-year Lethbridge College Kodiaks forward Amy Arbon flys above team-mates and opponents from the Briercrest College Clippers Friday night.

Clippers fall prey to the Kodiaks

The Lethbridge College Kodiaks women’s basketball team start their season on the same note as the last, with a win. The Kodiaks won in their home opener Friday night in the Val Matteotti Gymnasium. With a new coach and a rookie roster, the team conquered a slow start in their opening game and used a dominating

New head coach, Deanna Dotts, discusses practice with the team in the Val Matteotti gym, Oct 3.

New chief on the bench for the Kodiaks

New head coach, Deanna Dotts, discusses practice with the team in the Val Matteotti gym Oct. 3. A familiar face was promoted to lead the Kodiaks women basketball team. Deanna Dotts, last year’s assistant coach, is the new bench boss for Lethbridge College Kodiaks taking over for the retired Brad Karren. Dotts earned the position

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