What a weekend!
High school football players from across the province hit the field this weekend for pre-season action. Foam Lake and Melville squared off under the lights Friday night in Foam Lake and it was a HUGE success. Check out the game review submitted by Panthers head coach Bill Ruetz on www.saskgridiron.com.
There are plenty of other results that are available on SaskGridiron as well.
One pre-season game today has Esterhazy in Tisdale.
SJHL training camps opened up over the weekend as well. Check out Craig Stein's blog on the right hand side of the page for updates on Yorkton and Melville. Dan O'conner's blog will update you on the North Stars too. I'll try to find some sort of an update on the Klippers before long. I'm dying to know myself.
I emceed the Invitational Big Tent Party Saturday night back in Wynyard. What a great time! Lemme tell you, after 27 years, those boys can still play! Way to go.
Do you have the deadliest job?
Forbes.com has done a study on America's deadliest jobs. Keep in mind that it's a US study.
Fisherman were found to have the deadliest job. Logging workers and aircraft pilots have the second and third deadliest jobs.
And has this ever happened to you?
By The Associated Press
FERNDALE, Michigan - Police say a first date went from bad to worse when a man skipped out on the restaurant bill, then stole his date's car.
Police say 23-year-old Terrance Dejuan McCoy had dinner with a woman April 24 at Buffalo Wild Wings in the Detroit suburb of Ferndale. The woman says the two met a week earlier at a Detroit casino and she knew McCoy only as "Chris."
The woman told police that McCoy said he left his wallet in her car and asked for keys. He then sped away in the 2000 Chevrolet Impala.
The Daily Tribune of Royal Oak reports that police identified McCoy by a photo he'd sent to the woman's cellphone, and his phone number.
McCoy is charged with unlawfully taking the car, a five-year felony. He waived a preliminary exam and was bound over for trial Thursday.
Have a great week!