Graham DeLaet is coming home much earlier than he had hoped.
The Weyburn golfer has missed the cut at the Open Championship after shooting a 4-over 76 on Friday, leaving him 3-over for the tournament, missing the cut by one stroke.
DeLaet gave himself a chance during the first round on Thursday carding a 1-under 71, but it just wasn't meant to be as DeLaet was 3-over through the first two holes on Friday. DeLaet then birdied the 5th before posting triple and double bogeys on the 8th and 9th hole. DeLaet birdied the 10th and eagled the 16th but it wasn't enough.
The Moose Jaw Warriors have found their new head coach.
Long-time NHL assistant head coach Tim Hunter was named to the post on Thursday. He replaces Mike Stothers, who left the team to coach the AHL's Manchester Monarchs.
Hunter spent 14 years as an assistant in the NHL. He started with the Washington Capitals in 1997, and later went on to the San Jose Sharks and the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Warriors General Manager Alan Millar met with Tim Hunter in Vancouver over the weekend and says it was at that point the decision to come on board became obvious.
Mitchell Benkic has spent the better part of his life in the water.
The 21-year-old Saskatoon native was around seven years old when his parents threw him in the water, or, to be more precise, enrolled him in swimming lessons.
Something instantly clicked and, like any good fish, Benkic was hooked. Two years later, he began to swim competitively for the Saskatoon Goldfins, breastroking and backstroking his way to a national level.
The scene was loud at Saskatoon's Auto Clearing Motor Speedway Wednesday evening.
A few thousand people took in the Velocity Prairie Thunder 250, the latest race in NASCAR's Canadian Tire series. Among the contenders was Canadian IndyCar racer Alex Tagliani, not to mention all three previous Velocity Prairie Thunder winners.
This is the only stop the Canadian Tire series will make in Saskatchewan all season.
If you missed the race, it will be broadcast on TSN Saturday, July 26th at 3 p.m.
The deck continues to be shuffled when it comes to the Riders' running back position.
The team announced on Wednesday that tailback Hugh Charles has been released. Charles joined the Riders just a few weeks ago after being released by the Edmonton Eskimos at the end of training camp.
The flags are flying more often early in this CFL season.
Through three weeks of play there have been nearly 300 calls made so far, including 110 last week alone. It showed during the Winnipeg Blue Bombers match with the Montreal Alouettes when it took nearly two hours just to play the first half.
Fans and media alike are frustrated by the number of calls and the league office is taking notice.
It appears it didn't take Will Ford long to get a new job in the Canadian Football League.
Ford was released by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Monday and he could be heading west on the Trans-Canada highway to Regina.
Kirk Penton of the Winnipeg Sun is reporting that Ford is poised to sign with the Riders, getting a signing bonus and a shot at being the number one running back.
It's a chance of a lifetime for 12 Saskatoon pre-teens. They were chosen out of thousands to be the only Canadian team at this year's Jr. RBI Classic in Minnesota.
Major League Baseball has hosted the tournament for the last six years, as part of the Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities program.
For 11-year-old Jayden Lacerte it was his first big tournament, his first plane ride and his first big trip away from home.
It was a celebration over two decades in the making.
Germany defeated Argentina 1-0 in extra time to claim their fourth World Cup, and fans around the globe were celebrating.
In Regina, over 100 fans packed into the basement of the German Club. Most were on their edge of their seats, eyes glued to the big screen until Mario Goetze volleyed in the winning goal in extra time.
"Unreal! Unreal! We've been waiting for this eight years! Eight years! Here we are!" yelled Patrick, his voice hoarse from two hours of cheering.
Cheers and songs nearly lifted the roof at the German Cultural Centre as more than 150 die-hard football fans packed into the building on Sunday to watch the World Cup final.
Fans said they were delighted to be among friends and fellow Germany-fans to watch the game and celebrate when Germany beat Argentina by the one and only goal of the 120 minute game.