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Burnside wins ladies open golf tournament

Tanya Burnside was the winner of the 36th-annual ladies open golf tournament played July 4 at the Thompson Golf Club, shooting a 72 in the one-round event to take top spot in the championship flight, beating runner-up Marlene Dram by nine strokes.

Thompson-born coach returns to Manitoba with Moose

Thompson-born Keith McCambridge, whose family later moved south to St. Andrew's, Man., has been named assistant coach by the Manitoba Moose of the American Hockey League.
Bantam Ravens win bronze at lacrosse provincials

Bantam Ravens win bronze at lacrosse provincials

The Thompson Ravens returned from the Manitoba Lacrosse Association bantam provincials July 4-6 in Sagkeeng with a bronze medal after posting a victory over the host in their final game of the 2009 season.

Thompson makes peewee final at Prince Albert lacrosse tournament

The peewee Thompson Ravens returned with a silver medal from the Prince Albert Daily Herald Classic lacrosse tournament in Prince Albert, Sask. June 6, battling the Saskatoon Rock in a close 3-1 contest in the tournament final.

Pitcher performing well in North Dakota and Saskatchewan

Former Thompsonite Taylor MacDonnell is three-quarters through his rookie season with the Swift Current Indians of the Western Major Baseball League after spending the spring playing his freshman season at Williston State College in North Dakota.
Red Sangster field to be site of student housing

Red Sangster field to be site of student housing

The province has told the City of Thompson that Red Sangster Baseball Diamond will not be spared from bulldozers when construction begins on the new University College of the North campus in the area surrounding the high school and recreation centre.

Thompson golfer competes at junior championship

Brett Janz of the Thompson Golf Club finished tied for 25th place at the Manitoba Men's Junior Championship July 14-17 at Rossmere Country Club.

Special Olympians loud and proud at 2009 provincials

The Special Olympics bowling team was tops in one category at the Special Olympics 2009 Provincial Summer Games in Winnipeg - it just wasn't an official event.
Minor baseball ready to start playoffs

Minor baseball ready to start playoffs

Minor baseball is set to wrap up a successful season, says long-time Thompson baseball organizer Red Sangster, thanks to the work of president Ray Zimmerman and the other members of the board.
Lunatics out-run Storm in slo-pitch final

Lunatics out-run Storm in slo-pitch final

A pair of consecutive five-run at-bats helped the Lunatics build up a nine-run lead on their way to a 17-6 victory over Storm in the final of the Merchant Media Slo Pitch League's house league tournament July 12.
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