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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 Southwest Terminal Peewee Broncos are only one win away from a second straight provincial title after a wild 7-5 win over the host Warman Wildcats Friday. The two teams were tied 3-3 after one period, played a scoreless second period, and then combined for another six goals in the third period. Brady Wilson continued his recent scoring binge...
The Swift Current Broncos acquired Jordan Papirny at the Western Hockey League trade deadline for his playoff pedigree and that experience paid off when he led the Broncos to a 2-0 road win over the Moose Jaw Warriors to open the best-of-seven Eastern Conference quarter-final. Papirny, playing in his 50th playoff game, made 40 saves for his second career post-season...
Some standout performances from members of the Swift Current Soccer Association were recognized March 18 at the Saskatchewan Soccer Association Awards Banquet in Swift Current. Lauryn Hayes was named the 2016 Grassroots Referee of the Year. She was recognized for immersing herself in the game of soccer as a player, coach, and referee. Hayes trains three to four times a...
The Swift Current Broncos and Moose Jaw Warriors are set to meet in the Western Hockey playoffs for the first time since 1999. The East Division rivals finished only five points apart in the regular season, while the Warriors (42-21-8-1) held a 4-2 advantage in the season series over the Broncos (39-23-4-6). “Physicality, number one I think,” said Broncos' captain...
A comeback season for the Swift Current Full Line Ag Broncos culminated with a comeback 3-1 win to clinch the South Sask Female Midget AA Hockey League championship season on Wednesday. The Broncos fell behind early but scored three unanswered goals to sweep the Regina Capitals in the best-of-three series. Kalea Sauder tied the game in the second period, before Chelsea...
A pair of Swift Current Broncos were recognized by the Western Hockey League with Eastern Conference awards on Wednesday when the league announced its award winners and conference all-star teams. Forward Tyler Steenbergen was named a Eastern Conference 2nd Team All-Star after tying for the league lead with 51 goals to go along with 39 assists in 72 games. The...
The Swift Current Full Line Ag Broncos won the opening game of the South Sask Female Midget AA Hockey League championship series over the host Regina Capitals 6-3 on Monday. The Broncos scored four goals in the first period on their way to an early lead in the best-of-three series. Baylee Kirwan led the way with a goal and two assists,...
The Swift Current Southwest Terminal Broncos are one step closer to defending their Saskatchewan Hockey Association Peewee AA provincials title after a blowout win to close out the best-of-three semi-final series. Brady Wilson scored a natural hat trick over the opening 5:44 to lead the Broncos to a 10-3 win over the Regina Tigers to clinch a two-game sweep and...
The Swift Current Peewee A Broncos hold a two-goal lead in the provincial final as the two-game, total-goal series shifts back to Swift Current. They defeated the host Martensville Marauders 4-2 in game one on goals from Ethan Hopfner, Rhett Dekowny, Carson Sabine, and Riley Bowers. The Broncos advanced to the SHA provincial final with series victories over Weyburn, Estevan, and...
The Swift Current Comp. badminton team attended the Leader senior tournament on March 28 and opened their season with four medals. Complete SCCHS results were as follows: Boys singles – Ethan Warkentin (Gr. 12) finished first in his pool with a 4-0 record. In the semi-final he played the second place finisher from Pool B. Warkentin won in three against Frank...

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