Lions win hockey championship in Alma

Photo: College d’Alma

by Mike Labadie
The Halloween showcase held in Alma set the stage for the first Collegiate AAA hockey tournament.

The local team, sitting on top of the league standing had great expectations for this initial showcase.

Unfortunately for them, their vision of Halloween treats was tragically stolen by the tricks and energy of the St. Lawrence Lions.

Quebec City Hosts Professional Basketball Tryouts November 2009

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All basketball players are invited to attend an open tryout to compete for an elite spot on the Quebec City Kebs (PBL)professional basketball team. Come out and bring your ‘A' game to qualify for a place on the only professional basketball team in the province of Quebec.

The Québec City Kebs sign Milton Bell

An experienced player accustomed to competitive leagues

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The Kebs Announce New President

The Québec City Kebs Board of Directors are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Raymond Boisvert as the new President of The Québec City Kebs.


The New Nords: "It's all but certain" ?

"All but certain"?

Eight out of Ten for Lions Golf Team


The Kebs Quebec hire Hasbani

Mr Vincent Bernier, President of the Kebs is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Alejandro Hasbani as The Kebs new Head Coach.


Mr Vincent Bernier, President of the Kebs is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Alejandro Hasbani as the new head coach of the Kebs, Québec City’s local team in the Professional Basketball League (PBL).

The Kebs lead the way for the next generation on the court !

The Kebs 2009 summer basketball camp is a great success!

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Jack Hérisset’s Bell Challenge Is Tennis At Its Best

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Photo: Mary White

Jacques Hérisset has a passion for tennis, a passion he lives through his commitment to the annual Bell Challenge, through his work at Club Avantage and through his coaching.

Positive Pre-Season Performance For The Saint Lawrence Lions

With the training camp evaluation, team selection and hard-paced practices making headway for the Lions first regular season home game, Coach Mike Labadie says he is satisfied with the team's attitude and readiness to work each day. The Lions are in their early stages of team building and hockey orientation. Players have been tested by a competitive pre-season exhibition schedule.

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