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Saturday, June 15, 2024
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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.
The Swift Current 57’s suffered their first loss of the Western Major Baseball League season 4-2 to the visiting Lethbridge Bulls Wednesday. The battle between two unbeaten teams tilted in the third inning when a Brock Frentzel bases loaded double cleared the bases as a part of a four-run inning. The 57’s replied in the bottom of the inning when Riley...
The Swift Current 57’s hit three more home runs to move to 4-0 with a 13-5 win over the host Yorkton Cardinals Monday. Playing their first road game of the Western Major Baseball League season, the 57’s made five errors to allow Yorkton to score in five of the first six innings. They compensated with a grand slam from Brett...
Eight Swift Current United Soccer Club teams were in Saskatoon to take part in the Harder Avalon Classic over the weekend. The United U12 girls won gold in Division III with four wins and a draw. They opened the tournament with a 7-0 win over Saskatoon Eastside Sevilla and then tied Saskatoon’s Hollandia Durette 0-0. The U12 girls added a...
The Swift Current 57’s flexed their offensive muscles to move to 3-0 in the Western Major Baseball League with a 13-1 win over the visiting Melville Millionaires Sunday. The 57’s crushed three home runs, including a grand slam from Blake Adams during a six-run fifth inning. The 57’s outhit Melville 12-4, added five stolen bases, including two from Riley Campbell,...
Southwest athletes were in fine form over the weekend when they totaled 13 medals at the SHSAA Provincial Track and Field Championships in Saskatoon. A total of 97 athletes represented the South West Athletic Conference and students from six different schools were able to bring home medals. Swift Current’s Scott Joseph led the way with two medals for the Colts....
The Swift Current 57’s used a three-run third inning to defeat the visiting Melville Millionaires 4-1 Saturday to move to 2-0 early in the Western Major Baseball League season. James Smith got the win after allowing only four hits, two walks, and one unearned run over five innings, while striking out six. Garrett Goodall, Trey Taylor, and Layne Downing all added...
A league and provincial title run proved beneficial for four members of the Swift Current Kabos Bantam AA Broncos when they were selected in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League Draft Friday. Captain Reed Jacobson was the first player off the board when he was selected in the second round, 17th overall, by the Weyburn Red Wings. Jacobson finished fifth in league...
The Swift Current 57’s made up for a sloppy night in the field with good base running to win their Western Major Baseball League season opener 3-2 over the visiting Moose Jaw Miller Express. The 57’s made five errors over the opening four innings, but returning ace Bobby St. Pierre pitched around them to get the win. He allowed only...
Swift Current’s Toru Iwaasa won three of four matches to bring home gold from the 2017 Canadian Open Judo Championships in Calgary. Iwaasa finished with a 3-1 record in the U18 M90+ category to come out on top of the five-man round robin event. The Swift Current Judo Club member lost his opening match to Quebec’s Xavier Coutu, but responded with...
The Swift Current 57’s will make their season debut in the Western Major Baseball League tonight. Sporting a new name, logo, and team colours, the 57’s will open their championship defense at home on against the visiting Moose Jaw Miller Express at 7:05 p.m. at Mitchell Field. They will also host the Melville Millionaires on Saturday and Sunday. The 57’s...


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