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Lethbridge Junior Bulls baseball team defeated in weekend game

The Lethbridge Junior Bulls little league baseball team fell short on Sunday in their championship game against British Columbia. Head coach Zachary Goruk says the team couldn’t execute properly and because of that, they weren’t able to pull out a win. He says, however, he’s hoping the kids walk away from the game as a […]Read More

Lethbridge Bulls ready for 2022 season

The Lethbridge Bulls are heading back to the mound on Thursday night at Spitz Stadium to start off the 2022 season. The team will also honour an umpire who passed away in 2021 by holding a ceremony before the game. As BCN’s Micah Quinn explains, players and staff are excited to get the new season […]Read More

Lethbridge Bulls eager to start WCBL Championship

For the first time in six years, the Lethbridge Bulls are heading to the League Championships after beating out the Sylvan Lake Gulls on Wednesday.    In the span of two games, the Bulls successfully beat the Sylvan Lake Gulls 2-0 to advance to the League Championship, set to take place Friday night at 7:05 […]Read More

Lethbridge Bulls set to hit the diamond June 18, with

Baseball fans in Lethbridge can expect to see a live game in just over a week. The Lethbridge Bulls have announced their home opener is set to be on June 18, with one third of capacity being open to fans allowing for social distancing. Current COVID-19 protocols will still be in place. The Bulls are […]Read More

Lethbridge Bulls promoting quarterly online 50/50 draws

With no fans in the stands for sporting events because of COVID-19, local teams need to find creative ways to generate revenue. Online 50/50 draws have become quite popular. The Lethbridge Bulls launched quarterly draws, and the most recent winner took home $5,700. Bulls General Manager Kevin Kvame says people should support as many local fundraisers as they can. Read More