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Thursday, August 18, 2022
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 306-770-2225 or boostersports@swbooster.com or on Twitter @swbooster.
The Swift Current Broncos simply spent too much time in the penalty box and made too many defensive zone turnovers in a 6-2 loss to the Regina Pats Friday to even the best-of-seven Eastern Conference semi-final at one game apiece. The Pats got goals from five different skaters and finished two-for-10 the power play to even the series at...
A Fox Valley rink has jumped out to a 3-0 start at the 2017 Mixed Doubles Curling Championships in Saskatoon. The duo of Ryan Deis and Sherry Just have won their first three games with four games left to go in the round robin. Kay Montgomery is the coach of the Fox Valley Curling Club rink. They won their opening game...
Ryley Lindgren scored in overtime to lift the Swift Current Broncos to a 2-1 upset win over the host Regina Pats to open the Eastern Conference best-of-seven semi-final series. Lindgren notched his sixth goal in eight post-season games 15:12 into overtime and Jordan Papirny made 53 saves on 54 shots for the game one victory over the top seeded Pats. After...
The Swift Current U14 Girls Junior SunDogs won three of seven matches at a weekend tournament in Moose Jaw to place seventh overall. The SunDogs, coached by Chris Grainger and Brad Gross, lost their opening two matches on Saturday to the QCVC Sabotage (24-26, 25-16, 12-15) and the host Moose Jaw Element (12-25, 20-25). They closed out the day with...
The Swift Current U18 Boys Junior SunDogs placed fourth out of nine teams at the 18U Men Sask Cup #2 in Prince Albert. They opened the tournament with a win over the host Smashing Bananas (26-24, 25-19) and followed up with a win over Saskatoon’s HVC 17U (25-22, 28-26). The SunDogs suffered their first loss to the Lloydminster 18U team (13-25,...
The Swift Current Broncos defeated the host Moose Jaw Warriors 3-1 in game seven Monday to win their first playoff series in nine seasons. Captain Glenn Gawdin scored the game winner in the third period and Jordan Papirny made 39 saves to backstop the Broncos to the game seven win in front of a sold out crowd. “It’s unbelievable,” said Gawdin...
The Swift Current 14U Girls Junior SunDogs Team Black volleyball team won their first five matches to place second at the Moose Jaw Element Tournament over the weekend. They won all three round robin matches on Saturday with victories over the host Element (13-25, 25-10, 15-13), the QCVC Ghostbusters (15-25, 25-19, 17-15), and the QCVC Warriors (25-11, 25-23). The 14U SunDogs...
The Swift Current 15U Girls Junior SunDogs volleyball team won four of seven matches to bring home a silver medal from Sask Cup #3 in Warman over the weekend. They had a tough start to the tournament with a 1-2 record in the round robin after losses to Prince Albert Toppers En Fuego (20-25, 13-25) and the Oxbow Black Knights...
Five different teams took home gold medals from the Swift Current Comp. High School Senior Badminton Tournament on Saturday. A total of 12 teams were in attendance for the event hosted by the Colts and Ardens. The host team had their best showing in boys singles where grade 12’s Ethan Warkentin and Sim Singh swept the medals. Warkentin and Singh...
The Swift Current Kabos Broncos were unable to produce a win at the 2017 Western Canada Bantam AAA Championships in Warman. The Broncos lost their tournament opener 5-0 to the Fort Saskatchewan Rangers on Thursday. Rookie forward Hayden Wilm was named the Player of the Game for the Broncos. The Broncos were back on the ice Friday but lost 5-3 to...


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