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Local wakeskater wows Saskatoon

Bonnyville resident Kyle Kipps wasn't really sure what to expect at the WakeRide 2010 in Saskatoon. He really wanted to participate in the July 9-11 wakeboard event but there was no division for his passion - wakeskating.
Local wakeboarder excels in Saskatoon

Local wakeboarder excels in Saskatoon

For Clifford Galloway, the sport of wakeboarding caught him in a trance almost instantaneously. About seven years ago, he was at Bonnyville Beach with a friend and an interest in the sport grabbed him and it hasn't let go since.

Softball player headed to Western Canadian Championships

Although St. Paul may not offer A-level ball in the community, the area seems to breed top-quality athletes as yet another young female ball player is preparing to take part in a national tournament next month.

Sadlowski wins Men's Open

Local golf sensation Jamie Sadlowski has won consecutive world long drive championships, and is known for his how far he can accurately hit a golf ball.

Softball player headed to Western Canadian Championships

Although St. Paul may not offer A-level ball in the community, the area seems to breed top-quality athletes as yet another young female ball player is preparing to take part in a national tournament next month.

Sadlowski wins Men's Open

Local golf sensation Jamie Sadlowski has won consecutive world long drive championships, and is known for his how far he can accurately hit a golf ball.
Nicholson just keeps winning

Nicholson just keeps winning

Kurtis Nicholson seems to have an uncanny knack of playing on provincial gold medal winning baseball teams but if he's got a secret to his success, he's not sharing it.

Chuckwagons ready to roll

For the third straight year, the World Professional Chuckwagon Association is coming to Bonnyville and Tina Michaud, vice president of the Bonnyville chuckwagon committee, thinks the past two years experience will make 2010 the best year yet for the

St. Paul girls take bronze at provincials

As the only Tier IV team from St. Paul to advance to provincials this soccer season, the U14 girls’ team went to the tournament with a little bit of confidence, and an impressive record with only two losses behind them.

Girls just wanna play ball

In their first season as Bantam A ball players, two local 16-year-old girls will be travelling to Victoria at the end of the month to take part in the 2010 Bantam Girls Canadian Fastpitch Championship from July 31 to Aug. 4.