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Marlon Johnson to Finally Play with the Stingers in 2021 – What Happened Last Year?

Before the start of the 2021 CEBL Summer Series, the Stingers announced potentially their biggest signing of the year with the signing of former Saskatchewan Rattler Marlon Johnson. Johnson was coming off an incredible season where he was a CEBL All Star, Defensive Player of the Year runner-up, and of course, CEBL Champion. Many suspectedContinue reading “Marlon Johnson to Finally Play with the Stingers in 2021 – What Happened Last Year?”

Allwest Powersports Update: Test and Tune Date, Castrol Raceway Safety Protocols, Volunteers Needed

Attention Dirt Oval Track Racers and crew – “Test and Tune” is scheduled for Saturday May 8th – Gates 2:30pm to 5pm. All participants must go to Castrol’s website to fill out the “Smart Waivers“. The admission fee is $35 per person. Fees will be paid through e-transfer.  The e-transfer account information will be sharedContinue reading “Allwest Powersports Update: Test and Tune Date, Castrol Raceway Safety Protocols, Volunteers Needed”

Canadian College Baseball Conference 2021 Spring Season Cancelled

The Edmonton Collegiate Trappers (ECBC) are your representing team in the Canadian College Baseball Conference (CCBC). On the evening of Saturday April 24th, the league announced that the 2021 spring season has been cancelled. The league had previously cancelled the 2020 season for effectively the same reason as Alberta is still in the grips ofContinue reading “Canadian College Baseball Conference 2021 Spring Season Cancelled”

Roller Coaster Week for Edmonton Stingers Fans

It was a roller coaster week for Stingers fans as news of an exciting signing was followed by disappointing announcement from the CEBL. On Monday April 19, the Edmonton Stingers announced the signing of 6’7 power forward Brady Skeens. Skeens marks the 11th name on the Stingers promising roster. Fans unfamiliar with Skeens should knowContinue reading “Roller Coaster Week for Edmonton Stingers Fans”

No Baseball for Riverhawks in 2021

The Edmonton Riverhawks have put their inaugural season on hold. On Wednesday, the West Coast League announced that its five Canadian teams would be withdrawing from league play for the 2021 season. The decision was made due to “continuing, pandemic-related border and gathering limitations.” The announcement follows an earlier decision by the league to eliminateContinue reading “No Baseball for Riverhawks in 2021”

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