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YRHS Raider seniors fall to Luther College in opener

YRHS Raider seniors fall to Luther College in opener

Not a lot went right Friday afternoon for the YRHS Raider senior football team, and the few things that did go right don't ever show up on the scoreboard.

The SJHL goes live on Access

SJHL President Laury Ryan and Access Communications Co-Operative Ltd. are pleased to announce that the two sides are extending their partnership in 2010-2011 in a venture that should please hockey fans across Saskatchewan.
Terriers hold annual training camp

Terriers hold annual training camp

The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League season is about to start, and the Yorkton Terriers began their preparation in earnest on the weekend holding their fall training camp.

Schendel, Cochrane new YESSA school reps

On top of their regular teaching duties at their respective schools, Mark Schendel and Susan Cochrane will also be assuming the roles of vice-president and president, respectively of the Yorkton Elementary Schools Sports Association (YESSA) effective

Sports Briefs

Motocross The Millstone Raceway will be hosting a provincial motocross race Saturday, Sept. 18. As many as 300 competitors are expected to be racing at various points throughout the day.. Action begins at 10 a.m., and the gates open at 7 a.m.
Boyle wins her first club championship

Boyle wins her first club championship

When everyone was done golfing in the rain late this past Sunday afternoon at the Deer Park Municipal Golf Course and all numbers had been tallied, the new club champion in the ladies' division was Wendy Boyle.
Gridders up their record to 2-0 against Riders

Gridders up their record to 2-0 against Riders

Now they're 2-0. This time last year it was the other way around.
HF Charity Road Race breaks the $41,000 mark

HF Charity Road Race breaks the $41,000 mark

The Health Foundation's 4th Annual Charity Road Race was a huge success, raising a record $41, 500 for operating room equipment.

Creating Offence at the Gallagher Centre

About 50 kids took part in the first phase of a skills development hockey camp put on with the assistance of the SHA (Saskatchewan Hockey Association) and Hockey Canada. Helping to oversee the week-long camp was Ed Zawatsky.
Strong pitching not enough for Jr. Cardinals

Strong pitching not enough for Jr. Cardinals

Locals play in longest recorded nationals game