For some Saskatoon junior golfers it was a dream come true.
PGA Tour and Weyburn native Graham DeLaet was at Wildwood Golf Course Tuesday putting on a clinic for some 20 young golf hopefuls who one day hope to possibly make it at the professional level.
DeLaet first spoke about his time as a junior golfer in Saskatchewan which eventually led to a scholarship at Boise State University.
Discipline is proving to be a problem for the Regina Pats early in the WHL season.
On Saturday, the Queen City Kids took 16 penalties and spent 49 minutes in the penalty box. The Brandon Wheat Kings scored four goals on nine power play chances. Four of those power plays came in the first period alone.
Once again this season, a Saskatchewan Roughrider has been named a CFL Player of the Week.
Feelings towards the Roughriders new pivot Tino Sunseri are likely improving after his performance in Sunday's win over the Ottawa RedBlacks at Mosaic Stadium.
Sunseri rebounded from his poor showing in his first ever CFL start the week prior when he passed for only 88 yards and an interception against Hamilton. Sunseri managed 260 yards and two touchdowns against the RedBlacks.
The Calgary Dinos defeated the Saskatchewan Huskies 38-24 in Canada West Football on Friday night at Griffiths Stadium.
Brydon Ozmun caught two second quarter touchdown passes from Drew Burko to give the Huskies a 24-14 lead. However, before the end of the first half the Dinos responded as Brendon Thera-Plamondon hauled in a 20-yard touchdown pass from Dinos starter Andrew Buckley to cut Saskatchewan's lead to 24-21.
The Saskatoon Hilltops defeated the Calgary Colts 47-19 at McMahon Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Logan Fisher scored three touchdowns including one in the first quarter to help Saskatoon take an early 14-0 lead. Chad Braun also scored on a 75-yard punt return.
If the CFL has been lacking in the entertainment department, then the Sasktachewan Roughriders win over the Ottawa RedBlacks might have made up for the entire season.
The Riders mounted a second half comeback in a 35-32 double overtime win Sunday.
The Riders will get their shot to get back in the win column Sunday afternoon at Mosaic Stadium against the Ottawa RedBlacks.
The Green and White suffered their first loss in seven games last week in Hamilton and will try to get back into the win column against the worst team in the standings. Ottawa comes into the game in Regina with just one win on the season.
News that was apparently surprising to the Riders head coach.
The Riders will try to get back to their winning ways against the Ottawa RedBlacks at Mosaic Stadium.
Attached are the depth chart for both teams with printable versions found at the bottom of the page.
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The Regina Pats are likely glad to be done with the Brandon Wheat Kings for a while.
Dating back to last season they've played their last eight meaningful hockey games against them, losing them all, including a 6-1 beat down at the Brandt Centre in front of 4,783 people on Saturday night.
"It's an embarrassing game, it's embarrassing anytime you lose anywhere like that," said head coach John Paddock. "Everybody should feel the same, pretty embarrassed."
A thought that was echoed by the players in the locker room.