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"ö Hammerin' Hank Lemoine, who played baseball with the St. Boniface Legionaires and the Carman Goldeyes, will head a list of eight inductees and two teams into the Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame, June 5 at the Morden Recreation Centre.
Joining Lemoine in the player category are Bill Chapple, Ron Ramsay, Morgan de Pena (player/builder), Brock McConachy and Ron Seafoot (player/builder). Al Kinley and Maurice Kohut will be inducted as builders.
The Brandon Cloverleafs (1966-71) will be named in the major team category, and the Deloraine Royals (1980-85) get the nod in the small community division.
Tickets are available by calling Baseball Manitoba at 925-5763.
"ö Mae Wincott scored a pair of goals over the weekend as the Canadian Mennonite University Blazers defeated the Providence College Freemen 3-2 in the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference women's soccer championship final. In the men's final, Providence blanked CMU 2-0 on goals by Andry Giesbrecht and Brendan Wiens.
"ö The Winnipeg Prairie Fire won two out of three National Ringette League games at home against the Saskatoon Wild over the weekend.
The Fire won 3-2 and 4-3 (shootout) on Saturday, but dropped an 8-3 decision on Sunday.
On the West Coast, the Manitoba Jets lost a pair to the Fraser Valley Avalanche on Saturday, but split Sunday's games.