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Teelo: Precursor to cricket

Teelo may not resonate with a typical Canadian sports fan, but to the game's massive following in India, it is a whole other ball game.

Daniel Olver

Wrestler takes home two awards at Huskie Salute

Huskies wrestler Daniel Olver was honoured with two major pieces of hardware at the annual Huskie Salute on April 1. In his final year of eligibility, the fifth-year wrestler was awarded the E. Kent Phillips Trophy for male athlete of the year and the Rusty MacDonald Cup for all-round male athlete.

Wakeboarding comes to Saskatoon

This summer a new festival is coming to the South Saskatchewan River: WakeRide '09. “We have such a beautiful river bank, so why don't we use it?” asked WakeRide '09 spokesperson Nicole Martini. “We have a gross winter but summer is so cool.” The wakeboarding competition is part of an effort of the government-funded initiative Urban Playground

Home field advantage

For only the second time in history, the International Softball Federation's World Men's Softball Championships will be held in Canada, and the championships are coming to Saskatoon. The only other time the event was held in Canada was in 1988, also in Saskatoon. It is a venue that the ISF has come to appreciate and has

Green and White’s presence felt at CFL draft

The May 2 CFL draft selection of Huskies football players slotback Scott McHenry and defensive end Ivan Brown reiterates the effectiveness of the Green and White's football program. Despite a disappointing previous season for the Huskies, teammates of McHenry and Brown will surely find solace in the pair's successful results at the annual CFL draft. Brown

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