It was another round of tough competition during yesterday's installment of the Rotary Million Dollar Hole-In-One challenge in Portage. 

Donna Wettlaufer joins the "Aces" club with her hole-in-one performance.  But she says it was unexpected.  Wettlaufer remains humble and explains she isn't a big golfer, having only golfed four times this year.  Trailing behind her was Timmy Selinger with a distance of eight inches, and Ryan Palas a shade over ten inches.  


Today all three levels of the Portage Pitbulls will be in action as they travel to Transcona to take on the Nationals in the Manitoba Minor Football Association.
The Pee Wee Pitbulls are coming off a 14-6 loss last week to East Side. Even though it was a loss, coach, Darren Roberts, says great strides were made toward improvement and it's his hope that carries over today.  In the Bantam class Portage is riding high after a 34-0 victory over the Eagles in their second game of the year. Bantam coach, Brent Irwin, says after last week's win he's expecting a morale boosted squad.  The Atom Pitbulls will also be in action today looking to improve on their 0-2 record this season versus the Nationals.


Tomorrow in the Winnipeg Women's Soccer League, Portage will play their final game of the 2006 season.  The Blaze who are looking to avoid relegation in division 2 this season, will host the top totties.  Portage coach, Bryan Mintenko, says the two clubs are pretty evenly matched but feels his club will fair well, because they typically play well in the year's final contest.  Game time tomorrow night at Republic Park is 7:00 o'clock.