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Estevan Bruins double-up Notre Dame

The Eagle Drilling Estevan Bruins won their 10th hockey game of the SJHL season last night at Notre Dame.
Estevan Apex Bruins drop two to Hounds

Estevan Apex Bruins drop two to Hounds

The Estevan Apex AA Bruins were handed their first two losses of the season over the weekend. The Bruins played a home-and-home series with the Notre Dame Hounds on Saturday and Sunday, dropping both contests 6-4 and 2-1, respectively.
Season underway at Estevan Curling Club

Season underway at Estevan Curling Club

Dozens of local curlers braved the weather during the first snowfall of the year to attend the Estevan Curling Club's open house last week.

Female Cougars tie Flames in Regina

The Estevan Female midget A Cougars were on the road in Regina to battle the Flames on Saturday. The two clubs skated to a 1-1 draw, with Cheyenne Grant picking up the only goal for Estevan on a pass from Kaitlyn Dukart.
Estevan TS&M Bruins edged by Swift Current

Estevan TS&M Bruins edged by Swift Current

The Estevan TS&M bantam AA Bruins hosted the Swift Current Raiders at the Civic Auditorium on Saturday afternoon. It was a tightly contested hockey game, with the Raiders barely squeaking out a 3-2 victory thanks to a last minute goal.
Crowding the side of the net

Crowding the side of the net

Weyburn PetroBakken Wings players Brandon McClarty, No. 24, and Austin Roesslein, No. 17, are pressed in by Moose Jaw Warrior defenders as they attempt to get the puck at the side of the net
Eventful end of the season for Elecs football team

Eventful end of the season for Elecs football team

The Estevan Elecs most successful season to date came to a close with a 34-0 loss to the No. 1 seeded Vanier Vikings in the Moose Jaw High School Football League semifinals on Saturday.
Better effort pays off for Bruins

Better effort pays off for Bruins

Coming off a pair of games that was likely their low point of this young SJHL season, the Eagle Drilling Estevan Bruins' players knew they had to respond with a much better effort this past weekend.
Golfer Graham Delaet makes history

Golfer Graham Delaet makes history

Weyburn's Graham Delaet has done something no Canadian rookie golfer has done in more than a decade. Currently 98th on the PGA Tour money list and with a single event remaining on the 2010 schedule, Delaet has secured his card for the 2011 season.

Hockey already?

Just a heads up, hockey is starting, no it's true, some kids have just finished up hockey school this month, the meetings are done the dates are set, the teams are finalized, and some games have been played! The kids are ready, you see them out in th