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Troy Kosmynka takes a swing during Canada’s victory over Guatemala Monday.
Troy Kosmynka takes a swing during Canada’s victory over Guatemala Monday. Tyler Marr/paNOW Staff

Waving the Saskatchewan flag for Team Canada

By Jeff D'Andrea
July 11, 2018 - 12:00pm

Team Canada has a bye Wednesday at the Junior Men’s Softball World Championship for the first time since the tournament started Saturday night. They’ll celebrate the fact they’re 4-0 with a barbeque before ending their group games with Hong Kong Thursday.

Canada centre fielder Jordan Pomeroy rounds the bases after hitting a grand slam in the fourth inning, his 2nd home run of the game.
Canada centre fielder Jordan Pomeroy rounds the bases after hitting a grand slam in the fourth inning, his 2nd home run of the game. Tyler Marr/paNOW Staff

Big pop Pomeroy hits grand slam, 2 HR’s in Canada’s 3rd worlds win

By Jeff D'Andrea
July 9, 2018 - 10:48pm

Team Canada centre fielder Jordan Pomeroy changed the course of events in Canada’s 7-0 win over Guatemala Monday at Rotary Field with two strokes of the bat.

Canadian pitcher Riley Manion shares a smile with catcher Brendan Hagerman during his no-hitter Sunday at Rotary Field.
Canadian pitcher Riley Manion shares a smile with catcher Brendan Hagerman during his no-hitter Sunday at Rotary Field. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Manion pitches no-no in Canada’s second worlds win

By Jeff D'Andrea
July 9, 2018 - 12:12am

Riley Manion was the receiver of Team Canada’s (2-0) first Gatorade shower at the XII WBSC Junior Men’s Softball World Championship, after tossing a no-hitter their 6-1 victory over the Czech Republic (1-1) Sunday at Rotary Field.

The Predators held their awards banquet on Saturday. The winners are (front row, left to right) Kurtis Peifer, Kale Amundrud, Nick Chokan. (Back row) Duncan Fetch, Evan Beaulac, Brendan Beaulac, Travis Dryka, Ashton Hall.
The Predators held their awards banquet on Saturday. The winners are (front row, left to right) Kurtis Peifer, Kale Amundrud, Nick Chokan. (Back row) Duncan Fetch, Evan Beaulac, Brendan Beaulac, Travis Dryka, Ashton Hall. Submitted photo/Tyson Fetch, Prince Albert Predators

Champion Predators hold awards banquet

By paNOW Staff
July 8, 2018 - 3:33pm

The Prince Albert Predators officially wrapped up their Prairie Gold Lacrosse League junior title winning season on Saturday night with their annual awards banquet.

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