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Greg Sabatino

Greg Sabatino

Greg Sabatino graduated from Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops with a Bachelor of Journalism degree in 2008 before completing an internship with Kamloops This Week newspaper that summer. In September 2008 he moved to Williams Lake to take on the role of sports editor at the Williams Lake Tribune and has lived and worked in the community since.

Phone
250-392-2331 ext 245
Email
sports@wltribune.com

Recent Work by Greg

Williams Lake Meals on Wheels hopes to keep on rolling

Williams Lake Meals on Wheels hopes to keep on rolling

Meals on Wheels services roughly 50 clients a month in the community
Dry grad car winner accepts keys from Cariboo GM

Dry grad car winner accepts keys from Cariboo GM

Benner said she bought six tickets, but never expected to win
Late Summer Madness slo-pitch tournament at Sugar Cane a grand slam

Late Summer Madness slo-pitch tournament at Sugar Cane a grand slam

For their efforts, the Rowdies brought home $1,100 cash as the top tournament prize
Horsefly River Salmon Festival cancelled due to pandemic concerns

Horsefly River Salmon Festival cancelled due to pandemic concerns

“The salmon festival has been cancelled, however, there are salmon,” organizers said
TRU to require students to disclose vaccination status this fall

TRU to require students to disclose vaccination status this fall

This will include at the Williams Lake campus
Loewen, Vermeulen, eager to get back on ice for Northern Capitals’ season

Loewen, Vermeulen, eager to get back on ice for Northern Capitals’ season

Desjardins said the team will play a 32-game regular season schedule
Barrel racing’s best converge at Quesnel’s Alex Fraser Park for BCBRA finals

Barrel racing’s best converge at Quesnel’s Alex Fraser Park for BCBRA finals

The weather also held up for the most part, she said, outside a bit of a sprinkle on Sunday
OUR HOMETOWN: Rodeo roots

OUR HOMETOWN: Rodeo roots

Billyboy placed second Saturday and first Sunday to land a spot at the Canadian Finals Breakaway
Williams Lake Recreational Hockey League accepting registration for 2021/22 season

Williams Lake Recreational Hockey League accepting registration for 2021/22 season

The regular season runs until March, with playoffs slated to cap off the year.
Wilburn, Delay, put forth respectable showing at strongman provincials

Wilburn, Delay, put forth respectable showing at strongman provincials

“It was a long competition, it was a heavy competition and it was hot out,” Delay said.
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