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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 Full Line Ag Female AA Midget Broncos came up with a shutout win to advance in the SHA provincial playoffs Tuesday. The Broncos had lost 4-2 in the opener of the two-game, total-goal series in Regina, but won game two 2-0 in Swift Current before scoring in overtime to clinch the series. Youngster Baylee Kirwan scored the series...
The Swift Current Soccer Association crowned two Indoor Soccer League champions with a pair of nail-biting championship matches Tuesday. The night opened with the heavily favored United U18 Girls slipping past the U16 Girls with a 5-4 victory. The U18 Girls led 3-1 at halftime on goals from Jessica Warren, Lauryn Hayes, and Rebecca Treen, while Montana Adair had opened...
The Swift Current 16U Female Junior SunDogs volleyball team made their season debut with an eighth-place finish at Sask Cup #1 in Saskatoon on Feb. 4-5. The 16U SunDogs, coached by Tiffany Powell and Berkley Peterson, won their first three matches on Saturday to place first in their initial pool. They defeated Anaheim’s ECVC Fusion (25-12, 25-8), the Melfort Storm...
The Swift Current 15U Female Junior SunDogs volleyball team won six matches and lost twice to place seventh at SaskCup #1 in Lloydminster over the weekend. They opened the weekend with three straight wins to top their round robin group after defeating the CVC 14U Cougars (25-8, 25-21), the QCVC Black Diamonds (25-22, 25-11), and HVC Green (25-19, 25-20). They...

Gold for judokas

Members of the Swift Current Judo Club attended the Vibank Judo Tournament on Feb. 4. Tori Hallam received a gold medal in the U10 category. Keyanna Ginter-Bennett and Everett Penny both received gold medals in the U12 category. Connor Hammer won a gold medal in the middleweight U14 category. The Swift Current Judo Club will host their home tournament on Feb....

Colts bring home gold

The Swift Current Comp. wrestling team was in Regina over the weekend for the O’Neill Titans Classic, where the Colts placed third overall amongst boys teams in points. Highlighting the meet for the Colts was veteran Austin Shopa, who won all three matches in his pool and won gold in 100 kg Elite. Brock Doerksen also finished the tournament undefeated to...
A pair of Southwest curlers helped Team Casey win the 2017 SaskTel Tankard Men’s Provincial Championship in Tisdale. Cabri’s Shaun Meachem and Swift Current’s Jeff Chambers were both members of Team Casey, who defeated defending champion Steve Laycock in Sunday’s final. Meachem was playing second on Team Casey, skipped by Adam Casey, and supported by lead Dustin Kidby and third Catlin...
The Swift Current United Soccer Club hosted 10 games against the Queen City United Soccer Club over the weekend, finishing with a 4-5-1 record overall. The boys United teams took the court at the Swift Current Stockade on Saturday. The U12 Boys lost their opening game 2-1 and then battled back to tie their second game 2-2 against a talented...
With the Brandon Wheat Kings breathing down their necks in the East Division playoff race, the Swift Current Broncos earned some breathing room with a 4-1 win over the visiting Wheat Kings Saturday. Tyler Steenbergen scored twice and Jordan Papirny made 28 saves against his former team to move the Broncos six points ahead in the standings for third spot...
Cabri’s Shaun Meachem has advanced to the A Event final at the 2017 SaskTel Tankard Men’s Provincial Championship in Tisdale. Meachem is playing second on Team Casey, skipped by Adam Casey, and supported by lead Dustin Kidby and third Catlin Schneider. The Regina Highland Curling Club rink won their opening game Wednesday with a 7-3 win over Saskatoon’s Scott Bitz, scoring...

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