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Craig Killishaw never thought he would play baseball again when he retired from the sport in 2005.

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Jackie Powell’s 16 years of working as a Special Olympics swimming coach has paid off.

Wednesday, 22 June 2011 16:35

Speedy Creek event rained out

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The Speedy Creek Racing Association events  scheduled for June 18-19 were postponed due to rain.

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AAA Midget Indians game with the Regina Angels that was supposed to go at Mitchell Field has been cancelled due to a lack of players with Regina. No date has been set to make up the game.

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The Great Plains College SunDogs are looking for a new men’s volleyball coach following Jason Loewer’s resignation to accept a new job in Edmonton.

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 Swift Current Indians closer Joey Evans, left fielder Shawn Lee, and right-handed pitcher Taylor MacDonnell are the Western Major Baseball League club’s three stars for the week ending June 18. (Players are listed with college/hometown.)

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Swift Current will serve as host to 30 minor baseball teams from Saskatchewan and Alberta this coming weekend. 

Courtesy Swift Current Indians

Adam Paulencu (Sherwood Park, Alta.) is a Swift Current Indians' pitcher no more.

Courtesy Swift Current Indians
 
Swift Current Indians shortstop Collin Hetzler, centre fielder Brennan Peterson, and right-handed pitcher Joey Evans are the Western Major Baseball League club’s three stars for the week ending June 11. (Players are listed with college/hometown.)

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Medicine Hat
 Track conditions were once again perfect for the WPCA Dodge Pro Tour in Medicine HAT, as the races were run under sunny skies and a very warm 22°C. Tim Haroldson took top the top time of the night with a 1:00.75.

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