Rempel wins Santa Clara League MVP

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By Eoin Devereux

Neepawa Press

The exceptional regular season of Garrett Rempel of the Neepawa Cubs has received recognition, as he has been named the Santa Clara Baseball League’s most valuable player.

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SCBL all-stars play in Provincials

Eoin Devereux
The Neepawa Press

The Neepawa Cubs were well-represented at Senior ‘AA’ All-Star Provincials in Brandon, this past weekend. Five players from the squad were selected to be part of the Santa Clara Baseball League (SCBL) all-star team. Those players were Garrett Rempel, Ian Kerkowich, Kevin Levandosky, Josh Loewen and Jason Vinnell.

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Neepawa Natives sign goaltender

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The Neepawa Press

The Neepawa Natives have signed Eastman Selects goaltender Noah Morin for the upcoming Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) season. The Lorette native was a key member of the surging Selects team who took the eventual league champion Winnipeg Wild to a decisive game  five match up. During the regular season, the 17-year old accumulated at 17-14-0 record, with a goals against average of 2.44 and save percentage of .913.

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Speedy start on Team Manitoba

By Sheila Runions

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Erich Schmidt of Rivers began playing the sport of rugby only last year, at age 14. Because Rivers does not have its own team, the soon-to-be Grade 11 student at Rivers Collegiate travels to Forrest to play with Elton Collegiate. In his first season, not only did he join the Elton squad, but he also tried out, and was accepted, for the Westman Rush 7s team; Elton encompasses more athletes so the school team plays the 15-person sport. This year he was once again part of Elton Sabres and Westman Rush.

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Ahead of the pack

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Local athletes lead the way for Manitoba at Western Canada Track and Field Challenge.

 
By Eoin Devereux

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The very best track and field athletes from across the prairies recently converged on Winnipeg for the Western Canada Track and Field Challenge. Amongst those elite were five members of the Prairie Storm Athletics track club. Their weekend results included:

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