July 20th, 2018

Sports

Local Sports

  • Bulls blast Bombers

    Lethbridge Herald On this night, the runs weren’t hard to come by for the Lethbridge Bulls. The Bulls handed the Brooks Bombers a lopsided 16-1 setback in Western Major Baseball League play Thursday night in Brooks as Bulls third baseman Dylan Borman enjoyed a two-home run, six-RBI night. Playing a makeup game from a rained [...] Read More »

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  • Elks tip hat to grads

    Dale Woodard Lethbridge Herald sports@lethbridgeherald.com Kyle Bloor can still remember his first plate appearance as a Lethbridge Elk. On Thursday afternoon at Spitz Stadium, Bloor joined seven other members of the Elks who will soon be taking their last cuts at the plate with the program as the team honoured its graduating players prior to [...] Read More »

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  • Bulls blanked by Bombers

    Dale Woodard Lethbridge Herald sports@lethbridgeherald.com This time, there were no swapped leads or dramatic comebacks as the Lethbridge Bulls were blanked 9-0 by the Brooks Bombers in Western Major Baseball League play Wednesday night at Spitz Stadium. After a wild 13-12 Bulls win Tuesday in which Lethbridge saw their 9-2 lead evaporate in the eighth [...] Read More »

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  • Bertschi tied for seventh at Alberta Amateur

    LETHBRIDGE HERALD – EDMONTON Lethbridge’s Darin Bertschi is in a three-way tie for seventh after three rounds of the SLF Alberta Men’s Amateur Golf Championship Wednesday at RedTail Landing Golf Club. Bertschi shot even-par 72 on Wednesday for a three-round total of 210 for six-under overall. The Lethbridge Country Club golfer had earlier rounds of [...] Read More »

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  • Bulls win wild one over Bombers

    Dale Woodard Lethbridge Herald sports@lethbridgeherald.com At first it looked like Guaranteed Win Night for the Lethbridge Bulls, then it didn’t, but ultimately it was. The Bulls edged Brooks Bombers 13-12 in Western Major Baseball League play Tuesday night at Spitz Stadium. On the Bulls Guaranteed Win Night, it looked as though the hosts would deliver [...] Read More »

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National Sports

  • Suspect detained in killing of Olympic figure skating star

    MOSCOW – Authorities in Kazakhstan said Friday a man has been detained and confessed to killing the Olympic figure skating medallist Denis Ten. Prosecutor Berik Zhuyrektayev said in a televised statement that Nuraly Kiyasov “confessed his guilt in the presence of an attorney” while being questioned over the 25-year-old figure skater’s death. The prosecutor didn’t [...] Read More »

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  • Past Glen Abbey champions worry about venerable course’s uncertain future

    For over four decades, the Glen Abbey Golf Club has been synonymous with the Canadian Open. When the lone Canadian stop on the PGA Tour gets underway next week, it will mark the 30th time the venerable course in suburban Toronto has hosted the event. It might also be the last. Glen Abbey’s owner, ClubLink [...] Read More »

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  • A look at 5 memorable moments at Glen Abbey as it hosts its 30th Canadian Open

    Glen Abbey Golf Club hosts the Canadian Open for the 30th – and possibly final – time next week. Here are five of the top moments at the club, which first hosted Canada’s lone PGA tournament back in 1977. 2000 – Tiger’s towering drive The biggest moment of them all from the biggest golfer of [...] Read More »

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  • Special Olympics begins 50th anniversary festivities with Global Day of Inclusion

    Katie Xu is having one of the most exciting weeks of her young life. She’s starring in a new ad campaign celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics and on Saturday, as part of World Inclusion Day, she and her family are going to go to their local Tim Hortons where speciality donuts will [...] Read More »

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  • Brandon Bridge settles in to lead Roughriders over Tiger-Cats

    HAMILTON – The Saskatchewan Roughriders became difficult to stop when Brandon Bridge finally settled in at quarterback. The Mississauga, Ont., native started the third straight game for Saskatchewan and took most of the snaps against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Tim Hortons Field on Thursday night, rallying the Roughriders from a 17-7 first-half deficit to a [...] Read More »

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