Range of mu­si­cal acts lined up to play dur­ing Memo­rial Cup

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The lo­cal or­ga­niz­ing com­mit­tee has an­nounced its mu­si­cal acts for the 2018 Memo­rial Cup in Regina.

Nightly en­ter­tain­ment for the Cen­ten­nial Cel­e­bra­tion Zone in­cludes: Cap­tain Trac­tor and Mon­treal Rhap­sody Orches­tra (May 18); Alex Ru­nions, JJ Shiplet, Jack Sem­ple and Emer­son Drive (May 19); Big Bad Storm and Sheepdogs (May 20); Ragged Edge and Won­der­land (May 21); FogDog (May 22); The Johnny McCuaig Band (May 23); Method 2 Mad­ness and Lover­boy (May 25); Leav­ing Thomas, David James and Paul Brandt (May 26); and, The Dead South (May 27).

The Cel­e­bra­tion Zone will be open daily dur­ing the Memo­rial Cup at the Credit Union Even­tPlex (in­door soc­cer fa­cil­ity). The venue is to fea­ture a large dance floor and per­for­mance stage, Memo­rial Cup game high­lights and en­ter­tain­ment on the big screen, food and bev­er­age ser­vice and event mer­chan­dise.

Memo­rial Cup ticket pack­age hold­ers can pur­chase a 10-day Cel­e­bra­tion Zone pass for $49 at http://mas­ter­card­memo­ri­al­cup. ca/. The cost is $99 for those who haven’t pur­chased ticket pack­ages.

Michael McGil­livray of the Regina Op­ti­mist Dol­phins won the 800-me­tre freestyle in the male 14-16 age group Sun­day at the Cana­dian swim­ming cham­pi­onships in Vic­to­ria. The Dol­phins’ Noah Wag­ner also reached the podium, win­ning a bronze medal in the male 14-16 200-m but­ter­fly.

Lo­gan Casa­vant and Adam Beck­man scored two goals each as the Ni­pawin Hawks de­feated the vis­it­ing Este­van Bru­ins 4-1 on Sun­day.

The Hawks tied the best-of-seven SJHL cham­pi­onship se­ries 1-1. The se­ries shifts to Este­van for games 3 and 4 on Tues­day and Wed­nes­day. All games are set for 7:30 p.m.

Vern and Jen­nifer Ma­sur were the top Regina fin­ish­ers at the Bos­ton Marathon on Mon­day.

The hus­band and wife team ran the 122nd edi­tion of the 42.2-kilo­me­tre race to­gether and crossed the fin­ish line with the same time of three hours 58 min­utes 56 sec­onds.

The other south­ern Saskatchewan re­sults were Paul Du­per­reault of Wil­cox (3:39:38), Pa­trice Krueger of Regina (4:24:26), Pati San­di­son-Cat­tell of Regina (4:38:22), Wayne Niel­son of Regina (4:39:16), El­iz­a­beth Popowich of Regina (5:02:19), Mi­los Kos­tic of Regina (5:43:23), and Michelle Walz of Melville (5:53:10).

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