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Sports This Week: Calgary pair rep Canada at 6v6 lacrosse event

Sports This Week: Calgary pair rep Canada at 6v6 lacrosse event

Super Sixes will return next October in Oshawa, Ont.
2nd-gen players aim to make memories with Kindersley Klippers

2nd-gen players aim to make memories with Kindersley Klippers

Cash Arntsen, Tylin Hilbig and Ethan Hilbig represent the Klippers in Kindersley and the SJHL with great work ethic and class, said Klippers head coach Ken Plaquin.
Hotels association supports curling celebration

Hotels association supports curling celebration

Twin Rivers Curling Club marks 10th anniversary.
Sports This Week: Sask Rush sign Saskatchewan netminder

Sports This Week: Sask Rush sign Saskatchewan netminder

The Rush recently announced inking goaltender Laine Hruska from Warman.
Sports This Week: Laycock back in Sask. with new curling crew

Sports This Week: Laycock back in Sask. with new curling crew

Steve Laycock, originally from Saltcoats and now in Saskatoon, assembling a fresh foursome including Chris Haichert, Shaun Meachem, and Brayden Stewart.
SJHL Round-Up: Top teams to clash

SJHL Round-Up: Top teams to clash

As of Oct. 23, the Battlefords North Stars topped the league standings with a 13-0-0-1 record, 27 points, and a .964 winning percentage. The Humboldt Broncos, on Sunday, were second in the SJHL standings with an 11-2-0-0 record, 22 points, and a .846 winning percentage.
Selnes: Players reflect on pivotal stretch of game

Selnes: Players reflect on pivotal stretch of game

To cover the Saskatchewan Roughriders 32-21 loss to the Calgary Stampeders on Oct. 22, Columnist Bill Selnes decided to ask everyone who was speaking at the press conference about what he considered the pivotal stretch of the game.
Sports This Week: Author takes reader inside as curling entered Olympics

Sports This Week: Author takes reader inside as curling entered Olympics

For any sport, being welcomed into the fold as an Olympic event is seen as the ultimate acceptance of that sport internationally.
Players come from all over to compete in the SJHL

Players come from all over to compete in the SJHL

The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League attracts players from all over. Players not only come from Saskatchewan, but from all over the country and even the U.S.
SJHL Round-Up: Nipawin Hawks take next step in scoring goals

SJHL Round-Up: Nipawin Hawks take next step in scoring goals

The Nipawin Hawks have improved their scoring compared to last year as they gain more experience on the ice.
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