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Tuesday, June 25, 2019
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This is the sixth and final part of a series that has run throughout the 2019 WHL playoffs. With the Memorial Cup being decided on Sunday in Halifax, Daily Herald sports reporter Lucas Punkari is looking back on what he...
Saskatoon’s Kim Brown is tough to beat at the Cooke Municipal Golf Course in early June. Brown, who has won the last two Ladies’ Lobstick tournaments at the Waskesiu Golf Course, captured her fourth straight Ladies’ Northern...
With three games to go in the Prairie Gold Lacrosse League regular season, the Prince Albert Outlaws find themselves in an increasingly close battle for playoff positioning in the senior division. Following a 13-10 win over the Saskatoon...
In recent years, there have been changes in either the front office or behind the bench for teams that have won the Ed Chynoweth Cup. That won’t be the case for the Prince...
A little bit of history was made at the Art Hauser Centre Friday. For the first time in the 14 years that the Cooper-Clunie Memorial PBR event has taken place, there ended up being...
It was a big day for 2004 birth year players around the province Friday as each of the 12 teams in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League added to their prospect pool during the league’s annual bantam draft in Nipawin.
On an evening where a handful of riders were able to go the full eight seconds at the Art Hauser Centre, the second competitor to exit the chute proved to be the victor. Cole...
The Saskatchewan Rivers Dragons will be the team to beat this weekend at the provincial championships. Fresh off a 10-2 record in tournament play this year, the Rivers Dragons will be the top overall seed from the North...
Storm Zablocki has hit the ground running in his first season in high school track and field. The Grade 9 student at Carlton has set new records in the 100 metre and 200 metre dash races in the...
With just three games to go in the regular season, the Prince Albert Predators are in control of their own destiny when it comes to having home court advantage for the Prairie Gold Lacrosse League’s junior division playoffs.
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