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After six full days off to refine their game, the Swift Current Broncos will return to the ice to host the Prince Albert Raiders on Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Credit Union iplex. The Broncos are currently third in the East Division with a 25-16-3-5 record, but have lost their last three games. The Raiders are last in the...
Former Swift Current Broncos coach Stan Dunn will be one of nine new members of the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame. The announcement of three players, two builders, one official, one grassroots member, and two teams was made prior to the Swift Current Broncos game on January 21. 2017 Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame inductees Players: Bob Bourne, Edward ‘Eddie’ Litzenberger, Fiona...
The Swift Current Full Line Ag Female Midget AA Broncos find themselves in an early hole in the provincial playoffs. The Broncos lost 4-2 on the road to the Regina Capitals on Thursday in game one of the two-game, total-goals series. Sara Kendall and Breanna Tourigny scored for the Broncos with assists from Courtney Funk and Chelsea Wilson. Game two will be...
The Seidler rink moved back atop the Swift Current Curling Club’s Innovation Credit Union Super League with a win on Thursday to improve to 3-1 on the season. The Swift Plumbing & Heating (Wicks) rink was in top spot before losing their first game of the season to Cypress Motors/Subway (Rumpel) to drop to 2-1 in second spot in the...
Olympic style boxing will return to the Southwest when the Sandhills Boxing Club hosts the second annual Layne Langridge Memorial Fight Night on February 11. The club is trying to follow up on a very successful boxing debut in Leader in November of 2015 and coach Kennith Blohm hopes to have 10 bouts this time around. Blohm said that he currently...
The Swift Current Comp. Senior Ardens basketball team will return to the hardwood this weekend when they host a four-team home tournament. The Ardens will open the round robin event on Friday against Assiniboia at 6 p.m. They will face the Estevan Elecs on Saturday at 10 a.m. and then close out the tournament against Eagle Butte at 5:15 p.m.
The Swift Current Full Line Ag Broncos won all three of their games in the South Sask Female Midget AA Hockey League last week. Tuesday, the Broncos opened the week with a 2-0 win over the host Regina Ravens behind a shutout performance from Amaya Giraudier. Kaitlyn Haubrich scored early in the second period and Bailey Wilson added an insurance marker...
Two teams remain unbeaten to lead the Swift Current Soccer Association’s adult soccer leagues this season. PSC lead the four-team men’s league with a 12-0-1 record as they make a bid to return to the top of the league after placing second last season. The defending champion Some Bugs are second with a 6-4-2 record, followed by the Millar Edge...
In a game filled with controversial calls, the final two disputed decisions went against the Swift Current Broncos in a 6-5 loss to the Regina Pats Saturday. The Broncos put up a determined effort while falling to 0-3 against the top ranked team in the county. They fought back from three deficits to lead 5-4 heading into the final period...
Only one unbeaten rink remains in the Swift Current Curling Club’s Innovation Super League after three weeks. The Swift Plumbing & Heating rink, skipped by Clayton Wicks, defeated Cypress Motors/Subway (Rumpel) on Jan. 19 to move to 2-0 to lead the eight-team Super League. Three teams follow Wicks with 2-1 records heading into week four on Jan. 26. Jan. 19 results: Pattison...
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