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Midget star headlining Yorkton card

Midget star headlining Yorkton card

High Impact Wrestling hits the city again Thursday, Feb. 23, and it will offer something special as midget wrestlers will be part of the card. Headlining the match will be Short Sleeve Sampson from Syracuse, NY.
Clean Spot cleans up the 'B' side

Clean Spot cleans up the 'B' side

The Novice Clean Spot Yorkton Terriers and Thorsness Terriers played each other in the 'B' final of the weekend hockey tournament.
Terriers top Icewolves with Struble's OT winner

Terriers top Icewolves with Struble's OT winner

The Terriers remain in second place in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League's Sherwood Conference. Weyburn sits atop the league with 74 points, followed by the Terriers with a record of 31-20-2-3 for 67 points.
Crowns play the YRHS

Crowns play the YRHS

The Harlem Crowns basketball team performed to a good sized crowd at the Yorkton Regional High School last Wednesday. The Crowns are on a cross-country tour and the YRHS gym was on their list of stops.

SPORTS SHORTS

The Yorkton Terriers play their last home game of the season tonight against the LaRonge Icewolves. Game time is 7:30 p.m., at the Farrell Agencies Arena. They close out the season on Saturday when they play in Notre Dame.
Elementary school badminton action

Elementary school badminton action

The Yorkton Elementary School Sports Association held their city wide badminton tournament last Tuesday afternoon at the Gloria Hayden Community Centre.

Atom team wins top spot

The Yorkton Atom AA Xerox Terriers 2011-12 Hockey Tournament took place over the weekend and they came out on top. Playing on their home ice at Yorkton Kinsmen Arena Sunday, they won every game they played.

16U Blitz off to a good start

Yorkton Blitz 16U girls volleyball team competed in the SVA SASK Cup 1 tournament on Jan. 28-29 in Saskatoon.

Crowns coming to the YRHS

The Harlem Crowns basketball team is coming to the Yorkton Regional High School today (Feb. 8) for a 7 p.m., show time in the school gymnasium. Tickets are on sale for $10 and are good for three games. At 4 p.m.
Terriers start February with a big win

Terriers start February with a big win

A pair of home ice wins have kept the Yorkton Terriers in control of second place in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League's Sherwood Conference. The Terriers have 61 points based on a record of 28-19-2-3, trailing first place Weyburn with 72 points.