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Memorable provincials for Haulers

Bantams lose in semifinal, peewees go 1-3
DeLaet ties course record, ties 31st at Reno-Tahoe

DeLaet ties course record, ties 31st at Reno-Tahoe

A course record at the Reno-Tahoe Open was tied by Graham DeLaet, former Weyburn resident, as he took his lowest round so far during his rookie season on the Professional Golf Association (PGA) tour.
Speed swimming meet at the Leisure Centre

Speed swimming meet at the Leisure Centre

Weyburn Silver Seal Caitlyn Davis dives into the water during one of the swim meets at the Leisure Centre on Saturday morning.
Sehn a winner in Sinner debut

Sehn a winner in Sinner debut

To finish off the Sinister 7, Lloyd Sehn first had to conquer a sinister 1,040.The Estevan distance runner had been assigned to the final segment of the seven-leg ultra-marathon, which took place July 10 in the Rocky Mountains near Blairmore, Alta.
Boyce driving unique streak at Speedway

Boyce driving unique streak at Speedway

Just like any of his 100-ish prior appearances at Estevan Motor Speedway, Joren Boyce's story at this year's $3,000-to-win special was one of sacrifice."Our livelihood right through our marriage has been based on racing," the Minot, N.D.
Riderville bid falls short but over $30K raised

Riderville bid falls short but over $30K raised

Estevan will not be named Riderville this year, but green is definitely still the colour in the Energy City.
Woodlawn repeats as Junior Pro champs

Woodlawn repeats as Junior Pro champs

For the second consecutive year a team from Estevan Woodlawn Golf Club has won the Canadian Professional Golfers' Association of Saskatchewans' Titelist Pro Junior tournament.

Provincial soccer championship set to go

The Saskatchewan Soccer Association (SSA) will be holding its 2010 Provincial Championship tournament for Division 3 Soccer in Weyburn on Friday, July 16 through Sunday, July 18. The Championships will kick-off July 16 at 5 p.m.

Rider Insider

Winning in B.C. never gets old. So many times over the years the Saskatchewan Roughriders have come home from the west coast with their tail between their legs after having their butts soundly whipped by Wally Buono's Lions.
Tournament raises money for training

Tournament raises money for training

Sixty-four golfers participated in the Early Safety Training (EST) program's annual golf tournament June 27 at the Weyburn Golf Club. The event raised $8,900 for the program's bursary fund.