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Honouring the dynasty that was the Fulda Flyers

The Fulda Flyers will be inducted in the team category Aug. 21 into the Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame. The Fulda Flyers were formed by Ted Suer, Henry Kohnle, Herman Lueke and Wilfred Schedlosky.
Senior soccer finals are set to go

Senior soccer finals are set to go

The Battlefords Senior Soccer League semi finals were underway Wednesday night and in three of the four games the results couldn't have be closer.
Senior men's soccer set for playoffs

Senior men's soccer set for playoffs

The final game of the regular season had Sweetgrass Light up against the FC Elite Thursday night.
Crozon impressed by international talent

Crozon impressed by international talent

She's back from her first international tournament, but she won't be home for long.Paige Crozon, 16, of Humboldt, just got back from a month-long trip that included Toronto, Spain, and France and a whole lot of basketball.
Two locals play volleyball with team Sask.

Two locals play volleyball with team Sask.

Two local volleyball players have had the opportunity to represent their school and the Battlefords and a month ago Joe Peters and Sam Stilborn represented the province on the volleyball court.

Twiliter heading to Sask. Baseball HoF

Keith Czemeres of Hudson Bay will be inducted into the Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame Aug. 21. After running the cement plant in Hudson Bay for years, Czemeres began coaching minor baseball with Ernie Johnson.
Semi final series going the distance

Semi final series going the distance

After the Wilkie Brewers won in Wilkie Wednesday, they were back in action Monday and this time the Lloydminster Junior Redhawks got some redemption.
Hilgers brings home gold from Canada Cup

Hilgers brings home gold from Canada Cup

He's still got a year of high school eligibility left, but he's already made one of the top teams in the country.Jordon Hilgers, 17, was a member of the gold-medal-winning Team Saskatchewan football team that played in the Canada Cup this summer.

From California to the Sask. Baseball HoF

Ned Andreoni was born in Fresno, Calif. and once he moved to Moose Jaw in the summer of 1967 from Fresno State University his Saskatchewan baseball career took off. Andreoni played for the Moose Jaw Regals of the Southern Baseball League.

Vipers win first game at Westerns

The Northwest Vipers, played their first game in the Junior B Western Canadian Championships Thursday and pulled out a 8-5. The Vipers scored three runs in the first and five in the fifth to secure the win. They also stranded eight base runners.