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Manitobans to watch

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WEEK 1 (AUG. 5-9)

CARLY PARACHOLSKI, WINNIPEG

Athletics: 800 metres

committed to attend Arizona State this fall

 

MEGAN PARACHOLSKI, WINNIPEG

Athletics: 800 metres, 4x100 and 4x400 relays

committed to attend California State University at Fresno

 

MARSHALL BURGESS, BRANDON

Baseball: pitcher/centre-field

Baseball Manitoba's 2010 peewee player of the year

 

HALEY STUDLER, GROSSE ISLE

Softball: infield

also plays elite fastball for Smitty's Terminators

 

COLE LECAP, WINNIPEG

Tennis

Manitoba's under-16 and under-18 boys singles champion

 

RILEY UNGER, WINNIPEG

Triathlon

Triathon Manitoba's 2010 Junior Athlete of the Year

WEEK 2 (AUG. 10-14)

 

ANDREW HARRISON, WINNIPEG

Badminton

ranked sixth in Canada in under-19 male singles

 

WINNIE HYUN, WINNIPEG

Golf

2011 Manitoba provincial junior women's champion

 

BRADEN DEMONTIGNY, MINNEDOSA

Rugby: inside/outside centre/back

2010 high school champion with Minnedosa

 

CHANTAL ASSELIN, WINNIPEG

Swimming: 50-metre freestyle

2011 Swim Canada ID team

 

AARON CHANAS-LARUE, WINNIPEG

Swimming: 200-metre freestyle

set a Canadian record in his event two years ago

 

ALICIA OGOMS, WINNIPEG

volleyball: middle

top-ranked athlete in both volleyball and basketball

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 4, 2011 C5

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