The game was orginally scheduled to be held in Cardston, but with the Southern Alberta High School Rugby League playoffs due to start on Monday, the game was moved to the mud-free confines of the artificial-turf stadium.
The Lethbridge Bulls are trying to build their profile within the city, to take advantage of last year's younger, louder and probably more inebriated crowd while still providing the best baseball in the city when the Western Major Baseball League opens its regular season on May 31 at Spitz Stadium.
The Lethbridge Lacrosse Association turns on one important axis each year: The Floorbuster Memorial Tournament.
This year's edition, the 11th annual, starts today at the Servus Sports Centre, Adams and Labour Club arenas and involves 39 teams.
The southern Alberta quartet of Andrew MacDonald (wide receiver for Winston Churchill), Brock Ramias (running back for LCI), Tyrel White (offensive lineman for Chinook) and Connor McIntyre (receiver for Raymond) helped Team South to a 31-19 over Team North in the game featuring the top graduating Grade 12 high school football players in the province.
In Toronto to compete at the Ontario Open last weekend, the Lethbridge contingent of Virginia Nemeth, Hana Varsanyi, Tanner Sudo, Taeya Koliaska, Stasha Lysyk and Alicia Briggs all found their way to the podium.
The Lethbridge Steel and Edmonton Storm will hit each other, repeatedly and without conscience, tonight at 7 p.m. at the University of Lethbridge Stadium as the Steel open their Western Women's Canadian Football League home schedule.
And as the Ron Matthews Memorial Tournament takes the field at Spitz Stadium starting tonight and running until Sunday, there are still roster spots to be snagged as the hopefuls take the field and hope to catch the eye of head coach Jared Ruff and his staff.
And while the Lethbridge Bulls looking to hit it out of the park with their Western Major Baseball League season-opener a little under two weeks away, the team does so also looking to hit a grand slam as far as entertainment and events go as well.