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Monday, October 3, 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 306-773-9321 or boostersports@swbooster.com or on Twitter @swbooster.
The Swift Current Comp. Ardens were firing on all cylinders during opening day in the Moose Jaw High School Soccer League on Saturday. The Ardens scored 20 goals and did not concede a goal as they defeated a pair of Yorkton opponents in Moose Jaw. The Ardens opened the day with...
Two Southwest curlers made their debut with a new rink at the Curling Stadium Martensville International on Sept 1-5. Swift Current’s Chris Haichert and Cabri’s Shaun Meachem made up the middle of Steve Laycock’s new rink. Brayden Stewart played lead, while Haichert was second and Meachem was third. The Laycock rink...
A pair of Southwest Saskatchewan athletes helped their respective lacrosse teams medal at Nationals in New Brunswick. Hudson Haydon was the only Southwest Saskatchewan representative on the U15 Team Sask Field Lacrosse team competing at Nationals. U15 Team Saskatchewan played a total of seven games and won bronze with a 16-5 win over Team...
Swift Current’s Kathy Hopfner and Denise Wilson, both golfing out of the Elmwood Golf and Country Club, took part in the Canadian Senior Women’s Championship at Breezy Bend Golf and Country Club in Headingly, MB last week. Hopfner finished tied for 38th at Nationals. She opened the tournament with a 14-over 86 on day...
The Swift Current Broncos announced their Decor Complete training camp schedule today, as well as announcing they are hosting a rookie camp. The rookie camp, featuring 73 players, begins Thursday morning at 8:00 a.m. with each of the four teams practicing. The rookie camp runs from Thursday until Saturday.All 19 members of the Broncos...
Eight Southwest Golfers were in Warman for the 2022 MJT- Golf Saskatchewan OOM Championships at the Legends Golf Course on August 27-28. The event was plagued by bad weather and the first round was shortened for most of the golfers. Swift Current’s Niya Friesen placed third in the U15 Girls Division....
Three Southwest baseball players participated in the 2022 15U Boys Ray Carter Cup in Saskatoon over the weekend. Swift Current’s Kyrell Adair and Shaunavon’s Mason Fauser helped Saskatchewan place third overall in the 11-team event. Saskatchewan lost their tournament opener 2-1 to Ontario on Thursday. Adair pitched 4.1 innings in relief...
There were four Southwest event winners at the Chacachas Rodeo in Whitewood on August 19-20. Val Marie’s Colt Kornfeld with Kade Christianson (Nanton, AB) combined to win Team Roping in 4.8 seconds for $2,531. Shamrock’s Kevin Turner was close behind in second in 6.0 seconds for $2,095 with Weyburn’s Tyler Kmita. Hazenmore’s Ben Switzer...
Kalan Lind was part of a dominant Team Canada that won gold at the 2022 Hlinka Gretzky Cup in Red Deer. The Shaunavon product helped Canada win all five games while securing its 23rd summer under-18 gold medal, capped by a 4-1 win over Sweden on Saturday. Canada skated through the...
Three Swift Current athletes participated in the Royal Canadian Legion National Youth Track and Field Championships in Sherbrooke, QC. Olami Akinfiresoye won a bronze medal in the U18 Girls High Jump on Saturday morning. She had a top jump of 1.55 metres to tie for third place. Akinfiresoye was successful on her first four...


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