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Thursday, January 27, 2022
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Steven Mah

Steven Mah is a Sports Reporter at the Swift Current Southwest Booster. See news happening? You can reach Steven at 306-770-2225 or boostersports@swbooster.com or on Twitter @swbooster.
The Swift Current Comp Colts. won two of three games at their four-team home tournament over the weekend. The Colts opened the tournament with a 66-65 win over the Weyburn Eagles. Andrei Dimaano led the Colts with 22 points, followed by 14 from Parker Leonard. Connor Choo-Foo added nine points and Griffin Duncalfe chipped...
The Swift Current Home Hardware Legionnaires scored nine goals in two games but were only able to come up with one point against the visiting Saskatoon Contacts in the Saskatchewan Male U18 AAA Hockey League over the weekend. Saturday, the Legionnaires led 4-1 in the second period, but lost 5-4 in overtime when Zach...
The Swift Current Southwest Terminal Broncos earned a pair of tidy road wins over the Melville Millionaires in the South Sask U13 AA Hockey League this weekend. Friday, the Broncos skated to a 3-0 win as Hudson Rijvers made 20 saves in his second shutout of the season. Jamie Kirwan and Carter Moen each...
The Swift Current Innovation Credit Union Wildcats defeated the Prince Albert Bears 2-1 when Sadie Keller scored goals 27 seconds apart in the second period. The Wildcats had trailed when Sophia Zuck scored late in the opening period in Rosetown on Saturday. Karlee Lehner earned the win with 24 saves against...
The Swift Current Broncos had a three-game point streak snapped in a 6-4 loss to the visiting Saskatoon Blades on Friday. Tristen Robins led the Blades with three goals. Robins scored a power play goal for a Saskatoon lead before Raphael Pelletier replied for the Broncos with his 11th of the season in the...
The Swift Current Broncos lost 3-2 in overtime to the host Lethbridge Hurricanes in their first Western Hockey League game in 15 days. Lethbridge notched the opening goal when Logan Wormald scored with 17 seconds remaining in the first period. The Broncos replied with a Josh Davies goal in the second period, his eighth of...
A pair of Swift Current athletes have been named finalists for 2021 Saskatchewan Sports Awards. Abby Goddard is one of three finalists for Youth Female Athlete of the Year for her achievements in equestrian. She is up against Regina’s Teah Chavez (tennis) and Saskatoon’s Isabella Brown (weightlifting). Goddard was a top-10...
The Swift Current Broncos made a couple roster moves as they prepare to return to the ice this week. Monday, they announced that they had released  veteran forward Jordan Borysiuk. The 2002-born Mannville, AB product had one assist in 28 games this season. Borysiuk came to the Broncos in a 2019-20 trade that sent...
Five teams with ties to the Southwest took part in the SaskTel Curling Stadium SCT Players Championship in Swift Current with impressive results, highlighted by a championship performance from Fox Valley’s Ryan Deis. Deis was joined by Garret Springer, Dustin Mikush, and Kalin Deis as they lost their opening game before reeling off six...
The Swift Current Abbey Resources Broncos split a home stand against the Melville Millionaires in the Saskatchewan U18 AA Hockey League over the weekend. Friday, they won the opener 3-1 after falling behind in the first period. Campbell Pinsonneault, Carter Lamotte, and Kaleb McBurney all scored in the win. Caleb Stechyshyn, Ben Patenaude, and...


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