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The Yorkton Cardinals are coming off what could turn out to have been one of their biggest wins of the season Monday night. They stole one against the Weyburn Beavers in what players dubbed a 'playoff' game.
U16 tourney a good showing for seven locals

U16 tourney a good showing for seven locals

Basketball Saskatchewan presented the U16 Provincial Basketball Championship held at the University of Regina on July 16-28. The team representing Zone 4 played their last game against Zone 9 from LaRonge and Sandy Bay.

Midget Cards get a taste of American ball

The Midget AAA R. Miller's Yorkton Cardinals headed south of the border to take part in a Can-Am baseball tournament in Williston, North Dakota. Yorkton played in four games and posted an even record of 2-2.


During half-time of the Riders 24 - 20 victory over the Edmonton Eskimos, the Roughrider Committee recognized the five centre that have advanced to the fan voting portion of the 'Where is Riderville?' contest.

AAA provs

The Alexander's Menswear Yorkton Jr. Cardinals are getting ready to host the AAA provincials of Junior hardball at Jubilee Park.
Speedy Cash Cardinals make the semis

Speedy Cash Cardinals make the semis

The Yorkton Speedy Cash Cardinals Bantam AA baseball club got back on the mound after what's been a really slow season this year in terms of games played.


The Yorkton United U16 girls' soccer team was in action recently and came away with gold medals. For details and picture, see Page C3.
WMBL Cards snap losing streak with critical win

WMBL Cards snap losing streak with critical win

The Yorkton Cardinals are in a downward spiral in the Western Major Baseball League having lost 10-in-a-row, a streak they finally ended with a critical win Monday. The Cardinals have a record of 12-23, and sit last in the WMBL East Division, 12.

Junior Cards

The Alexander's Menswear Yorkton Junior Cardinals have played out their home games for the 2010 season, as of last night when they were scheduled to host the Melville Bison at Jubilee Park.
Nearly 80 turn out for DP tourney

Nearly 80 turn out for DP tourney

The Coors Light 2-Person Scramble went Saturday and Sunday at Deer Park Golf Course. They had close to a full limit of golfers take part in the two-day tournament, says Allan Sauser, head pro at Deer Park.
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