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Thursday, June 1, 2023
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Steven Mah

Steven Mah is a Sports Reporter at the Swift Current Southwest Booster. See news happening? You can reach Steven at 306-773-9321 or boostersports@swbooster.com or on Twitter @swbooster.
Swift Current’s Tanner Fritzke made a relief appearance for Team Saskatchewan at the Baseball Canada 2017 21U Men’s Championships in Ottawa/Gatineau today. Saskatchewan dropped their opening game 4-3 to Nova Scotia on Thursday morning. Fritzke took the mound for the seventh inning and induced two ground balls and then struck the final batter out while throwing six of his nine...
The Swift Current 57’s staved off elimination for the fourth time this post-season with a 6-4 won over the host Edmonton Prospects in game four of the best-of-five Western Major Baseball League championship series Wednesday. The 57’s produced a three-run eighth inning to send the series back to Swift Current. They had fallen behind 4-3 when Eric Sabroski clubbed a...
After a dominant rookie season in the Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League, Shaunavon’s Taylor Lind has ended any speculation about the next step in her hockey career. The 15-year-old forward has committed to the Lindenwood University Lions for the 2019 season. She will join current teammate Taylor Kirwan, who is committed for the 2018 season. Lind burst into the SFMAAAHL...
A feverish comeback fell short for the Swift Current 57’s as they lost 6-5 to the host Edmonton Prospects to fall behind two games to one in the best-of of five Western Major Baseball League championship series. The 57’s scored five runs over the final three innings, including a three-run ninth inning, but fell short with the tying run on...
The Southwest had representatives on all the lists when the Saskatchewan Hockey Association unveiled their fall camp rosters for the SaskFirst Male U16, Female U16, and Female U18 programs. Swift Current’s Reed Jacobson was the lone Southwest skater named to the 26-player Male U16 fall camp roster. Jacobson was recently drafted by the Spokane Chiefs in the sixth round of...
The Western Major Baseball League championship series is now a best-of-three after after the visiting Edmonton Prospects won game two 6-4 over the Swift Current 57’s at Mitchell Field Monday. The 57’s scored the first run of the game but trailed much of the way after Edmonton scored three runs in the fourth inning. The 57’s finally tied the game...
Four Southwest baseball teams were in action over the weekend at Baseball Sask Senior Provincials. The Gull Lake Greyhounds and Shaunavon Badgers were in Windhorst for the Senior AA Tier 5 Provincial championships and both advanced to the championship final. Gull Lake won the all-Southwest final 11-4 to clinch the provincial title. The Greyhounds opened the weekend with a 4-1 win...
Swift Current’s Shawn Maffenbeier clinched his first national title in Barrie, Ontario on Sunday. The MX101 FXR Yamaha Team rider won the MX2 class for the sixth time this season to win the season title. He had entered the final with an 11-point lead and started the day as the fastest qualifier and won the first moto for a 20-point...
Riley Campbell led off with a home run and the Swift Current 57’s never looked back in a 13-7 win over the visiting Edmonton Prospects in the opening game of the best-of-five Western Major Baseball League championship series Sunday. The 5’9’’, 175-pound Campbell hammered the fourth pitch from 6’3’’, 220-pound lefty Eric Sabrowski over the left field fence and then...
A pair to Swift Current wrestlers highlighted the final day of action for Southwest athletes at the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg Friday. Aleah Nickel won silver in the 46 kg individual competition. Nickel, 15, lost the gold medal match against British Columbia's Victoria Seal, 16, on points. She had opened the day with a semi-final win by pinfall over...


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