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Huskers set to try new offence on Broncos

Coming off of a big loss in their season opener, the Valley Huskers will try their new offence again this Saturday (Aug. 2) when they host the Kamloops Broncos at Exhibition Stadium. The Huskers will face an offensive machine similar to last Saturday’s Okanagan Sun challenge, with the Broncos coming from a 38-9 victory against the Westshore Rebels. Kick off is at 7 p.m.

Midget Cougars off to provincials in Victoria

The Chilliwack Cougars U18 AAA midget team will head to Victoria Thursday, seeded first place in the provincial championships set to run July 31 to Aug. 4. Their juniors, the U13 AA peewee team also secured a provincial spot having beat Ladner 9-8 in extra innings Saturday. They will go to Port Coquitlam on the same weekend as their U18 counterparts.

Now’s your chance to drive like Rusty Wallace

Start your engines, the Rusty Wallace Racing Experience will be wrapping up this week at Agassiz Speedway Aug. 2 and 3. The Experience is offering deep discounts during its final days at the venue. Go to racewithrusty.com to see all of the racing packages on offer.

CSS fundraiser tees off Aug. 28 at CG&CC

The Golf Fore CCS (Chilliwack Community Services) tournament will tee-off at the Chilliwack Golf Club on Aug. 28. Registration is at 12:30 and the shotgun start is at 2 p.m. Longest drive, closest-to-the-pin, and hole-in-one prizes include a 2014 Honda Civic LX, $15,000 of cash prizes and a chance to go to the Masters. Call Karin 604-793-7221 or email massark@comserv.bc.ca to register.

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