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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 Seidler rink sits alone atop the Swift Current Curling Club’s Innovation Super League after two weeks. Seidler defeated Westax (Kirkpatrick) to move to 2-0 in the second half. The Swift Plumbing & Heating (Wicks) is the only other unbeaten rink in the eight-team league with a 1-0 record. January 12 results: Cypress Motors/Subway (Rumpel) defeated Pattison Ag (Lenz); Swift Plumbing &...
The Swift Current Comp. Senior Colts basketball team will host their eight-team home tournament this weekend. The Colts have three wins and two losses so far this season. They will open the tournament on Friday at 3:30 p.m. against the Shaunavon Shadows. The tournament will also include the Estevan Elecs, Moose Jaw AE Peacock Toilers, Moose Jaw Vanier Vikings, Saskatoon...
Swift Current’s Western Major Baseball League baseball team has been renamed to represent the rich history of baseball in Swift Current. “The name ‘57’s’ was chosen to honor the legacy of the 57 seasons that Swift Current has used the mascot name the ‘Indians’ while competing all over Western Canada, dating as far back as the 1940’s,” announced senior baseball...
The Swift Current Broncos filled their final overage spot ahead of Tuesday’s Western Hockey League trade deadline. The Broncos acquired forward Ryley Lindgren from the Lethbridge Hurricanes and a sixth round pick in the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft in exchange for 15-year-old prospect Carson Dyck and a third round pick in the 2018 draft. Lindgren has 42 points in 42 games...
After leading the Swift Current Comp. Ardens to their first provincial girls volleyball title in school history, setter Mackenzie Froehlich will join the Minot State University Beavers for the 2017-18 season. “I am excited I get the opportunity to continue developing and playing volleyball at the next level,” said Froehlich after committing to the Beavers during the early signing period. Froehlich...
Swift Current Diamond Energy Wildcats’ captain Chloe Smith was named the Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League’s 1st Star for the month of December. The fourth-year forward registered four goals and eight assists in five league games while helping the Wildcats earn points in four of five games in the final month of 2016. She also added five goals and...
The Swift Current Broncos made a move ahead of the Western Hockey League trade deadline by sending forward Cole Johnson to the Saskatoon Blades Thursday. The Broncos received a seventh-round pick in the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft and a fifth round pick in 2018 in return for the 18-year-old forward. Johnson registered four goals, six assists, and 18 penalty minutes in...
Swift Current’s Jenna Smith is finally ready to resume her hockey career after injuries derailed her rookie season in Sweden. After a promising start with HV71 last season, Smith is returning to Sweden to skate for FBK in Karlstad. Smith, 24, registered nine goals and five assists in 15 games for HV71 last season, her first professional season after a decorated...
Two members of the Swift Current Junior SunDogs Volleyball Club received recognition at the Saskatchewan Volleyball Association awards in Saskatoon. Jeff Jago was the recipient of the Male Performance Coach of the Year after coaching the 16U Jr. SunDog Men to the 2016 Provincial Championship in April. Jago was a setter in Estevan in high school and at the club level...
The Swift Current Broncos showed no signs of rust following a nine-day break for the holidays when they defeated the visiting Moose Jaw Warriors 6-1 on Tuesday. Tyler Steenbergen got his second half of the season off to a strong start with a natural hat trick as he scored in each period, finishing with four points on the night and...

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