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Monday, October 2, 2023
Authors Posts by Steven Mah

Steven Mah

Steven Mah is a Sports Reporter at the Swift Current Southwest Booster. See news happening? You can reach Steven at 306-773-9321 or boostersports@swbooster.com or on Twitter @swbooster.
Rhett Vavra and Nixen Voll made major contributions to the University of Saskatchewan Huskies in a 40-6 win over the rival University of Regina Rams on Sept. 8. Vavra, a Swift Current native, caught three touchdowns as he finished with 130 yards on six catches. He also added four punt returns for 28 yards....

SWAC sports get underway

It has been an exciting start to the school sport year. Our five fall activities (golf, cross country, soccer, football and volleyball) have started practices and competitions. Schools are also actively recruiting officials. SWAC is willing to train anyone interested in officiating and a perk is you can make money officiating our junior and senior sports.
The Swift Current Innovation Federal Credit Union U18 AAA Wildcats will return to the ice this weekend for three games at their annual Preseason Showcase. The Wildcats will face the Pilot Mound Buffaloes on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at S3 West Arena. They will also battle the Lloydminster Steelers on Saturday...
Three Swift Current athletes were on the track for Saskatchewan at the Legion National Youth Track and Field Championships in Sherbrooke, Quebec, an event featuring over 900 athletes in the under-16 and under-18 categories. Olami Akinfiresoye won silver in the U18 Female High Jump. She cleared the bar at 1.62 metres to place second...
Kyle’s Chloe Wills won the 2023 MJT – PLYR series at Elk Ridge Resort on August 12-13. Her 82 in the second round clinched the 15-19 Girls Division title after sitting second with an opening-round 85. Swift Current’s Niya Friesen placed second, three shots behind. She led with an 84 on...
A pair of Southwest beach volleyball teams won silver medals at Sask Volleyball Provincials in Regina on August 12-13. Swift Current’s Aleni Tsougrianis and Madison Yates improved upon their 2022 bronze medal with silver in the 16U Girls Division. They topped the round robin with a 3-0 record to earn a...
Swift Current’s Chris Haichert won gold in curling at the World Police and Fire Games in Winnipeg. The Swift Current firefighter was joined by Frank McCourt (Toronto), Gregg Tarasoff (Saskatoon), and Stephen Moss (Northwest Territories).
Swift Current’s Ethan Bailey and Kyrell Adair represented Saskatchewan at the 2023 Canada Cup in Regina. Saskatchewan opened the tournament with a 6-0 win over Nova Scotia. Bailey hit clean-up and finished with two singles and a run batted in. He was also on base after being hit by a pitch as Saskatchewan batters...
The Swift Current Wolverines won once in four outings at the MacDonald Cup Western Canada Junior B Lacrosse Invitational in Port Coquitlam from August 9-12. They opened the eight-team tournament with a 9-8 loss to the Valley Sturgeon on Wednesday. Riley Pribyl led the Wolverines with three goals, while Carter Michaluk and Lukas Salikin...
Swift Current’s Aurora Van Wormer won bronze at the 2023 U19 Womens Western Canadian Softball Championship. Van Wormer helped the Southeast SuperNovas to a 6-3 record at the nine-team tournament in Regina on August 4-7. The SuperNovas lost their opener 1-0 to Manitoba’s Central Energy. They rebounded that evening with a...


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