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Importance of athletics expressed comically

Importance of athletics expressed comically

A celebration of sportsmanship, dedication, and participation was held in Middle Lake last week.

North Stars AGM sets up 2010-11 season

The behind the scenes operations of a hockey club produces many thankless hours or volunteers jobs and are essential to the success of a junior hockey club.

Expos fall to Raiders

The Midwest Expos were in Kindersley to take on the Raiders Monday and the home team dominated with a 15-4 win. Kindersley improved to 3-4. The Expos sit at 3-6.
Two bantam teams take losses in ladies league

Two bantam teams take losses in ladies league

The Unity Bantams were at the flats Monday and lost 5-1 to the Edam Ladies. Edam led 2-1 until scoring three runs in the fifth inning. Tami Duhaime was the winning pitcher.
Beavers' first loss comes in extra innings

Beavers' first loss comes in extra innings

That is how senior baseball is supposed to be played. Friday night, the undefeated North Battleford Beavers took on the 5-1 Wilkie Brewers at Beavers Lions Stadium.

Sports schedule by category

BASEBALLNorth Saskatchewan River Baseball LeagueJune 23, 2010: Standard Hill Lakers at Meadow Lake White Sox 6:30 p.m.North Battleford Beavers at Midwest Expos 6:30 p.m.June 24, 2010: Edam Blue Sox at St. Walburg Reds 6:30 p.m.

Sports Calendar

JUNE 23 Battlefords and District Ladies' Fastball League has one day remaining in the regular season for make up games. JUNE 24 North Battleford Golf and Country Club will host the annual Battlefords United Way Golf Tournament.
Ladies on the mark for Northwest Open

Ladies on the mark for Northwest Open

Two days of beautiful weather produced some great scores for 44 ladies golfing at the North Battleford Golf and Country Club. Kathy Ziglo competed in the individual championship flight in the Ladies' Northwest Open.

Orcas make big splash at Regina swim meet

The local swim club sent just seven swimmers to the Lawson Aquatic Centre in Regina May 14 to 16, but those seven produced 33 top 10 finishes. The busiest swimmer representing the Orcas at the meet was Katie Serhienko. Katie swam in 14 races.

Baseball in the Millard's blood

The Millard Family of Canwood will be inducted into the Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum along with one team and 13 individuals Saturday, Aug. 21. Nature-nurture, heredity-environment, or it's in their blood.