Markewich paces Reginans in Boston
April 17, 2012 8:07 AM
Cari Markewich was the fastest of eight Reginans who completed the Boston Marathon on Monday.
Markewich finished with a net time of three hours 56 minutes four seconds. She was 7,748th overall, and 1,481st in her age group (female 18-39).
Rowena Collins-Huber (3:57:05) was 58th in the female 50-54 division, and 7,976th overall.
The other Reginans in the marathon were: Tracy Kennett (4:10:48; 417th in female 45-49; 10,730th overall), Shelley Brash (4: 12: 10; 440th in female 45-49; 10,977th overall), Lisa Schwann (4:24:07; 656th in female 45-49; 13,175th overall), Deborah Huys (4:30:06; 316th in female 50-54; 14,181st overall), Andrew Munro (4:32:25; 3,401st in male 18-39; 14,526th overall) and Tricia Brown (5:13:31; 3,862nd in female 18-39; 18,667th overall).
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Hall of Fame basketball coach Jerry Krause will be in Regina on June 2 and 3 for a coaching clinic and players' camp, both of which are to be held at Michael A. Riffel High School.
The event will feature an adult coaching clinic from 9 a.m. to noon, both days. The players' camp, for boys and girls aged 11 to 17, will run from 1 to 4 p.m., both days.
Krause is best known for his accomplishments while coaching NCAA men's basketball at Gonzaga University and Eastern Washington University.
For more information on the clinic and camp, contact David Munro at the Sports Institute at 604-527-5041 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Penny Mymryk of the Regina Masters Swim Club set a provincial record in each of the six events she entered on the weekend at the Alberta masters swim championships in Edmonton.
Competing in the 65-69 age category, Mymryk won the 200-metre breaststroke (with a time of four minutes 4.09 seconds), 50m freestyle (37.41 seconds), 100m butterfly (1: 47.12), 800m freestyle (13: 52.37), 100m freestyle (1: 24.95) and 50m butterfly (44.04).
Edie Hilts, also of the Regina club, won five events - two of them in provincialrecord time.
Swimming in the 70-74 age category, Hilts set provincial records in the 200m individual medley (5: 30.84) and 50m breaststroke (1: 21.69).
Hilts also won the 200m breaststroke, 50m freestyle and 100m freestyle. She was second in the 100m backstroke.
Deborah Fletcher of the Regina club was third in the 400m freestyle in the 50-54 age group.
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Lorne Lasuita of Regina will be Team Saskatchewan's chef de mission at the 2013 Canada Summer Games, to be held Aug. 2-17 in Sherbrooke, Que.
Mark Bracken of Regina will be the assistant chef de mission, serving under the Saskatchewan Games Council banner.
The mission staff will also include: Susan Schneider, Briana Bolduc, Lisa Benz, Dale Pitura, Amber Holland, Frank Gaudet, Marj Walton, Meta Woods, Rod Schmidt, Greg Perreaux and Darrell Baker, all of Regina; Julie Brandt and Michelle Dezell, both of Saskatoon; Ross Lynd of Melfort; Guylaine Green of Gravelbourg; Nicole Clow of Oxbow; and, Ted Schaeffer of Moose Jaw.
Team Saskatchewan will consist of 450 athletes, coaches, managers, technical staff and mission staff.
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Bryan Forster of Regina will be posthumously inducted into the Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame on Aug. 18. He will be enshrined as a player and builder at the 28th annual induction dinner in Battleford.
Also being honoured as individuals are: Dan Asham of Saskatoon (player/builder), Aron Braun of Saskatoon (builder), Dick Doepker of Annaheim (player), Hank Dornstauder of Maidstone (player; deceased), George Kohlman of Macklin (player), Walter Kyle of Dysart (player; deceased), Jack Ovens of Cut Knife (player; deceased); Cameron Sternig of Battleford (player), Lorne Strueby of Manitou Beach (player; deceased), Brian Weisbrod of Lumsden (player/builder) and Curly Williams of Lloydminster (player; deceased).
The Notre Dame Hounds and Lampman A's will be inducted in the team category. The Mything family, from Marsden, will be inducted in the family category. The Hall will also honour Battleford in the community category.
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Jordy McEachern of the Regina Diving Club won the women's E Group one-metre and three-metre events at the Western Canadian diving championships, which concluded Sunday at the Lawson Aquatic Centre.
In the open women's category, Regina's Lindsay Hamilton was first in the one-metre and third in the three-metre.
For complete results, see Local ScoreBoard.
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The Regina Not So Violent Femmes (masters women), Regina QCVC Krush (13-andunder women) and Regina QCVC Royal (14-and-under women) won silver medals on the weekend during Saskatchewan Volleyball Association championship tournaments.
The Regina QCVC Attack (13-and-under women) and Regina RVC Cougars (14-and-under men) won bronze medals.
For more results, see Local ScoreBoard.
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Brendan Ranford of the Kamloops Blazers is the WHL's player of the week.
Ranford had three goals and three assists in three playoff games against the Portland Winterhawks.
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