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Future looks bright for Broncos: Dufort

Future looks bright for Broncos: Dufort

It was short and to the point, but there are big things ahead for the club.The Humboldt Broncos held their annual general meeting at the Uniplex on July 6 with about a dozen people in attendance.

Huck Hugh heads to hall of fame

Hugh Huck was the youngest of six brothers, all of whom left a legacy in Saskatchewan sports. Huck's legacy will be honoured in August as he is inducted into the Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Huck was born in Vibank Oct.

Battlefords and Area Sports Calendar

JULY 12-30 North Battleford Kinsmen Aquatic Centre will begin the first session of the Rumble Fish Day Camp. Call the pool at 445-1746 to register or for more information.
Midget team looks forward to returning home

Midget team looks forward to returning home

They haven't had many games in Humboldt, but their season is starting to get back on track.
Vipers take a bit out of provincial competition

Vipers take a bit out of provincial competition

"I am very proud of the girls," said Don Robertson, one of the Northwest Vipers coaches days after his team returned from provincials in Saskatoon.

Senior Soccer League Standings

Battlefords Senior Men's Soccer League standings Team Record Points GF GA Athletico 7-1-2 23 30 18 FC Elite 7-1-1 22 54 15 Sweetgrass Light 7-2-0 21 42 27 Mosquito 5-3-0 15 49 23 Little Pine Deuces 2-6-1 7 44 55 Thunderchild 2-5-0 6 16 16 Sweetgrass

A great Saskatchewan ball player, Dennis Williams, will be honoured

Dennis Williams' baseball career began in Central Butte under the tutelage of Bob Champman and Ralph Peterson, both of whom played in the South Saskatchewan Baseball League with the Rowletta Lakers.

Local golfer is in the hunt after day one

North Battlefords' Club Champion was looking to put his golfing skills to the test this week during the Saskatchewan Amateur Women's & Mid-Amateur Men's Championships at Kenosee Lake. After day one, Dwayne Johnston is tied for 16th at +6.

Bandits Red are provincial champions

As the host team of a provincial championship the pressure is always on to put a competitive product on the field and this past weekend was no exception.

NSRBL Standings

TeamRecordRFRA Lloydminster Meridian Twins14-015330 Lloydminster Junior Redhawks11-210048 Wilkie Brewers10-210051 Meadow Lake White Sox10-39956 Border City Blue Jays8-59060 North Battleford Beavers7-4-19669 Unity Cardinals5-4-17755 Kindersley Raiders