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Friday, August 26, 2016

Derby Opens

Regional | by Fred Wallace  

Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports


The 29th Owen Sound Salmon Spectacular is underway

The derby runs to September 4th and features close $ 250,000 in prizes

The Salmon Spectacular Leaderboard is presented by Walker-Bumstead Financial

Our coverage of of the Salmon Spectacular is courtesy of the outstanding agents of Remax Grey-Bruce plus Christine and Steve Sgro at your local McDonald's Restaurants

Owen Sound Ladies Slo Pitch

Absalute Automotive 20 Synergy 5

Nancy Keating and Diana Downs had triples for Absalute Automotive

Grey County Horseshoe Club

at the Chatsworth Legion

Keith Galbraith and Leyland Wyeville combined to win the stop

WOAA Squirt Championship

Owen Sound Selects defeated the Chatsworth Express 3-2

Selects pitcher Owen Cox and Express pitcher Connor Waite both pitched impressive games with the score being tied until the bottom of the 7th inning

Emmitt McEwen scored the winning run.

Noah Lundgren had a double for Owen Sound

Tara is hosting the WOAA Mite Tournament this weekend

Play starts at 7 pm tonight with Chatsworth facing Durham # 1

At 8:30 Shallow Lake goes against Chesley

Seven teams will compete with the Championship Game set for 5 pm Saturday afternoon

Staples is supporting the 2016 United Way Back Pack Program.

Today, buy a backpack at Staples, make a donation there or at United Way.

Join us at Staples today and support the Back Pack program

The 3rd annual Bruce Peninsula Health Services Walk to Create Possibilities is tomorrow.

The event commences at 9 am at the Lion's Head Hospital and stretches over 30 kilometres concluding at the Wiarton Hospital.

Proceeds from the annual Walk are directed to cancer and cardiac care.

To register or for more information, go to

The 7th annual Bayshore Race is Sunday morning.

The event commences at the Harry Lumley-Bayshore Community Centre

Proceeds from the race will support the purchase of new OR equipment used during gynecological surgery and a software upgrade for Mammography.

Organizers hope to raise $50,000 for these two projects at the Race.

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