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Warman athletes suit up for Sask at Minnesota hockey tournament

Riley Ashe, Carsten Kayter and Carsyn Dyck of Warman will be playing for the Saskatchewan Huskies Prospects in “The Show” in Minneapolis this week.
The North American Hockey Showcase (The Show) is a premiere hockey event for Elite 2006 birth year players who will represent a specific region or province.
A total of 18 teams from across Canada and the United States will compete at the event, slated for Bloomington, Minnesota, USA from June 27 to July 2.
The Saskatchewan Huskies Prospects roster includes: Carsyn Dyck, Cole Peardon, Berkly Catton, Riley Ashe, Tarin Smith, Carsten Kayter, Tyrone Sobry, Trae Wilke, Luke Dahlen, Roger McQueen, Ashton Tait, Tyler Phipps, Matthew Van Blaricom, Tyson Buczkowski, Ronan Buckberger, Eric Kahl, and Jayden Kraus.
All games will be streamed live on Youth Hockey Hub (www.YouthHockeyHub.Com) with professional play-by-play and colour commentary. Continue reading “Warman athletes suit up for Sask at Minnesota hockey tournament”

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Ashley Baerg named Sask Sport Athlete of the Month

Ashley Baerg competing at the world championships in 2017

Ashley Baerg of Dalmeny is the recipient of the Sask Sport Inc. May Athlete of the Month Award. She was nominated by Water Ski and Wakeboard Saskatchewan.
Baerg was seeded as the top female seated disabled water skier in the jump competition at the World Disabled Water Ski Championships in Australia. She landed 17.4 metres on her third attempt, beating the standing world record of 17.3m. The International Waterski and Wakeboard Federation record committee ratified her jump as a new world and Canadian record. Continue reading “Ashley Baerg named Sask Sport Athlete of the Month”

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Warman Gems’ big bats come through in win

Warman Gems shortstop Chad Keating throws to first base after tagging out AGI Masters baserunner Shawn Huber (while Gems’ second baseman Mitchell Morin looks on) during the second inning of a game at Joe Gallagher Field in Saskatoon on Thursday, June 1

The Warman Gems exploded for seven runs in the bottom of the first inning enroute to a 13-4 victory over the AGI Masters in Saskatoon Amateur Softball Association (SASA) league play on Thursday, June 1.
Gems catcher Kendall Henneken had a two-run homer and first baseman Mike Stefanuk added two solo home runs, including a bomb that sailed over the scoreboard in deep right field, in a display of firepower.
“It was nice to get off to a good start,” said Gems third baseman Jeremy Morin after the game, which lasted just four and a half innings. “We’ve been struggling offensively a bit lately, so we wanted to get the bats swinging again. It felt good.”
Morin said the team’s lineup is virtually unchanged from last season, although they’re relying more on the younger guys to carry the load.
“We’re a good hitting team,” said Morin. “And I think we’re starting roll right now. We’re gearing up for provincials coming up in about a month.”
Gems’ pitcher Alex Fehr recorded eight strikeouts in the victory. Continue reading “Warman Gems’ big bats come through in win”

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