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Wednesday, 13 July 2011 15:56

Mercurio dares pitchers to pitch him inside

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Relly Mercurio is serving notice to opposing Western Major Baseball League pitchers. If they pitch him inside, then they can expect the ball to leave the yard.

Wednesday, 13 July 2011 15:51

Eston golfer Ryde(s) near the top at provincials

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Few people who attended the 2011 SGI Canada Saskatchewan Junior Golf Championships at the Chinook Golf Course last week thought Jehremy Ryde would do much at the event.

Tuesday, 12 July 2011 03:12

Indians win weird one Monday night

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The Swift Current Indians continue to win in the most unusual of ways,  taking a 2-1 win over the visiting Regina Red Sox last night on a walkoff balk in the 12th inning before 375 fans at Mitchell Field.

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Swift Current Indians manager Joe Carnahan, starting pitcher Dan Rogers, and first/third baseman Relly Mercurio are the WMBL club’s three stars for the week ending July 9. (Players are listed with college/hometown.)


Friday, 08 July 2011 16:53

Sask. Junior Golf Championships over

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Thea Hedemann of Saskatoon and the Riverside Country Club and Jerry Christiansen of Saskatoon and the Riverside Country Club both held on in the final round to take the women’s and men’s sides of the 2011 SGI Canada Saskatchewan Junior Golf Championships at the Chinook Golf Course in Swift Current on Friday.
Thursday, 07 July 2011 22:28

Indians lose to Melville Thursday night

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The Swift Current Indians managed seven hits and a walk off of Melville starter Garrett Kelly but left 10 men on base in a 5-0 loss Thursday to the visiting Millionaires at Mitchell Field.


Thursday, 07 July 2011 10:59

Martin commits to SunDogs' volleyball team

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Dallin Martin, widely regarded as one of the top high school players in the province, will be in the SunDogs’ lineup this fall as the Great Plains Colleges men’s volleyball team tries to track down its second Prairie Athletic Conference championship in three years.
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