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The following are local results from the shoot:
The Third Annual Jordan Seigmueller Memorial Golf Tournament set fundraising records once again
Entries filled within two hours of opening
“We had one of our highest number of pre-registrations, which is fantastic,” said Denise Skarra.
It was a busy weekend for athletes and their families at the annual Williams Lake High School Rodeo.
“For such a cold and windy day, the athletes competed at a very high level,” Sheppard said.
The duo, along with four other B.C. archers, joined 170 of the top archers in Canada for the event
“It’s nice to see the shift go back to younger players because, hopefully, they’ll stay in hockey.”
Sunday’s festivities will see the conclusion of the senior high school rodeo, starting at 9 a.m.
On top of all the action, trade booths will be setup and a concession will be held on site.
Williams Lake’s Maxwell Sanford has been drafted by the Western Hockey League’s Kelowna Rockets.
The season typically features four to six teams and runs and begins May 21
A course with eight safety stations gives children the opportunity to learn riding skills
All three days of indoor saw the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex pack to the rafters
The impact on the family is powerful
WLYSA teams are now heading full steam ahead for the season in all divisions.
Several club records fell, while one other record was also nearly beaten.
Organizers looking forward to Cowboy Hall of Fame inductions Sunday during indoor rodeo
Hundreds turned out to attend the opening and show support for their lakecity competitors
“The winters are long and it’s nice to finally get going again and get back in the groove,” Roy said.