SCHEDULE FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 25
The Saskatoon Stock Car Racing Association continues to host the two-day NASCAR event at the Wyant Group Raceway. Tonight’s card features the NASCAR Pinty’s Series feature…the Bayer Crop Sciences-Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 100 races. In between, there will be a Super Late Model feature. Gates open to the public at Noon with racing at 6.
On the golf courses…
The 99th Saskatchewan Senior Men’s Amateur Championship, for entrants aged 55-and-over, and the Mid-Master Men’s event, for golfers aged 40-and-over, continue a three-day, 54-hole stroke play format at Golf Kenosee. Today is Round 2 in both tournaments with the top finishers earning berths to national championships.
The 105th Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship continues today and runs through Friday in Vancouver. There are two components to the tournament. The inter-provincial team competition finishes up today, 36 holes of stroke play. The individual tournament is four rounds, 72-holes of medal play. Four golfers from Saskatchewan are taking part, including provincial champion Carla Odnokon of Saskatoon.
Saskatoon Amateur Softball Association:
Bob Stayner Women’s Division—3 games
Selects Under-19s vs Synergy—6:45 p.m. at Glenn Reeve #3
Tigers vs White Sox Selects Under-19s—doubleheader at 6:30 p.m. at Glenn Reeve #4
Vic Loewen Women’s Division—2 games at 6:45 p.m.
Lunar Eclipse vs Riot at Glenn Reeve #5
Grand Aces vs Fury at Glenn Reeve #6
Keith McLean Men’s Division—2 doubleheaders at 6:45 p.m.
Diamondbacks Under-23s vs Angels at Bob Van Impe Stadium
Delisle Diamond Dogs vs Saskatoon Cubs at Joe Gallagher Field
Major League Baseball:
American League—3 day games, 3 night, including
Toronto Blue Jays vs Minnesota Twins—2:07 p.m.
Inter-League—2 day games, 1 night
National League—5 day games, 1 night
The Canadian Football League returns to action tomorrow when Week 7 of the season starts with Edmonton at Montreal. The Saskatchewan Roughriders are idle until Saturday when they host the Calgary Stampeders. Game time is 7 p.m. at Mosaic Stadium in Regina. The Green and White have 3 wins, 2 losses for 6 points…tied for 2nd place in the West Division. Calgary has 5 wins, 0 losses for 10 pts…good for 1st place in the West.