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SUBMITTED The Swift Current 11U AAA 57's captured the championship title at the annual Regina Legasse tournament over the May long weekend, marking the first time since 2015 that a team from Swift Current has won the event. The 57's started the tournament in the round-robin stage, going 1-1-1. Despite this...
Coming off a third place finish at provincials, the 14U - Elite Womens SunDogs attended The AAU Super Regional Big Sky Volleyfest in Billings, Montana this past weekend. The Sundogs competed against 38 American teams over the weekend. On Friday the SunDogs beat ZTV Premier 2-1 and Rimrock 2-0 to finish first in their...
SUBMITTED The Swift Current Fencing Club will be hosting the Saskatchewan Fencing Association final tournament of the 2023-24 season, the Provincial Championships, on April 6-7. The event will take place at the Swift Current Comprehensive High School gymnasium. Over 90 athletes from across the province are expected to...
The WHL Playoffs are back in Swift Current for the first time since 2018 and there’s a party planned for game one at the InnovationPlex to kick off the playoff run. First, a playoff tailgate is planned from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the lower lobby of the arena. Diamond Energy Services is...
SUBMITTED The Swift Current KidSport committee would like to thank the residents and businesses of Swift Current and area for the incredible support over the last 29 years. Founding member and Treasurer, Craig Menzies, states, “We have worked hard to reduce the financial barriers for children to participate in sports so...
The Southwest Female U15 A Cyclones advanced in the league playoffs with a Southwest Division finals win over the Lumsden Bethune Lynx. The Cyclones won game one 4-0 in Bethune on March 6. The Lynx tied the series on March 8 with a 3-2 overtime win in Gull Lake. In game...
WRESTLINGWrestlers from Gull Lake and Swift Current were in Saskatoon at the SHSAA provincial wrestling tournament this weekend.Swift Current’s Clint Asuzu won bronze to lead the SWAC contingent.SCCHS’s Dakota Hurl, Eric Shea and Calli Ebner won their last matches to place fifth. Reese Allin, Rylee Bennette and Carter Stad lost in the bronze medal matches to finish...
The Anderson and Company Law Firm Jr. Sundogs 17UW Elite won gold at the second Sask Cup in Lloydminster last weekend, their season gold medal in as many attempts at Sask Cups this season. The team lost only one game this weekend to the Saskatoon Wolfpack ending up second in their pool.
SENIOR CURLING Senior SWAC curlers continued their road to the SHSAA provincial championship by competing at the SHSAA Regional six-team competition in Regina on March 1-2. Two losses would eliminate a team from the tournament. Ponteix girls lost their opening game to Regina Martin (2-9), won against LCBI (8-7) and then...
A strong Southwest flavour was evident in the Class of 2024 for the Ted Knight Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame when it was announced on Jan. 31 prior to the Swift Current Broncos game. Leading the way was Aneroid’s Patrick Marleau in the player category. Marleau skated in a National Hockey League record 1,779...


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