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Battlefords Kinsmen Orcas member Slade Pruden, right, won a medal in each of his six events at the North American Indigenous Games in Toronto.
Battlefords Kinsmen Orcas member Slade Pruden, right, won a medal in each of his six events at the North American Indigenous Games in Toronto. Nathan Kanter/battlefordsNOW staff

Orcas swimmer Pruden wins 6 medals at NAIG

By Nathan Kanter
July 22, 2017 - 8:00am Updated: July 22, 2017 - 9:44am

Fourteen-year-old Slade Pruden will be coming back from Ontario with some serious hardware.

The Battlefords Kinsmen Orcas member won six medals at the North American Indigenous Games in the 14U male category on Thursday and Friday in Toronto.

Border City Blue Jays ace Jared Coghill was voted league MVP earlier this week for the North Saskatchewan River Baseball League.
Border City Blue Jays ace Jared Coghill was voted league MVP earlier this week for the North Saskatchewan River Baseball League. Submitted photo/Scott Willis

Coghill named 2017 NSRBL MVP

By Nathan Kanter
July 21, 2017 - 12:00pm

Thanks to a perfect 5-0 record and league-low 1.40 earned-run-average, Border City Blue Jays pitcher Jared Coghill was named North Saskatchewan River Baseball League's most valuable player this week.

The MVP is voted on by the 13 teams in the league.

Justin Wood shot a 4-over 76 on the final day of the Amateur Men's Championship, which was enough to see his lead slip away and result in a fifth place finish.
Justin Wood shot a 4-over 76 on the final day of the Amateur Men's Championship, which was enough to see his lead slip away and result in a fifth place finish. submitted photo/Golf Sask

Unity's Wood finishes top-5 at Amateur Men's Championship after lead slips away

By Nathan Kanter
July 20, 2017 - 5:00pm

Following a rough back-9 on Thursday afternoon, Unity's Justin Wood finished in fifth place at the Golf Saskatchewan Amateur Men's Championship in Yorkton this week.

Executive director of Jays Care Foundation Robert Witchel, back, poses for a photo with kids from Turtleford Minor Ball and a $62,500 cheque from the foundation.
Executive director of Jays Care Foundation Robert Witchel, back, poses for a photo with kids from Turtleford Minor Ball and a $62,500 cheque from the foundation. Nathan Kanter/battlefordsNOW Staff

Turtleford Minor Ball receives grant from Jays Care Foundation

By Nathan Kanter
July 19, 2017 - 5:00pm

Given the current state of the Lions Park diamonds, it's a good thing Turtleford Minor Ball president Blaire Taves decided to apply for the Jays Care Foundation's Field of Dreams grant.

She almost didn't.

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