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Delivering a spike during regionals

Delivering a spike during regionals

Two Swift Current Ardens players attempt to block a spike, delivered by Weyburn Comprehensive Eagles player Starlet Peterson (No. 4) during game action on Saturday.
Estevan Bruins earn 10th home win of season

Estevan Bruins earn 10th home win of season

The Eagle Drilling Estevan Bruins were in action with a pair of games over the weekend. After a 5-4 loss in Yorkton on Friday, the Bruins improved their home record to 10-1-1-1 with a 5-3 win over the La Ronge Ice Wolves on Sunday evening.
Apex Bruins win Kelly Dmyterko Memorial

Apex Bruins win Kelly Dmyterko Memorial

The Estevan Apex midget AA Bruins had a weekend off from regular league play, and they used it to compete in, and win the Kelly Dmyterko Memorial tournament in Prince Albert.

Weyburn to host female Russian hockey team

Weyburn has been chosen as one of the communities to host the Moscow Atlant, a female bantam hockey team from Russia that will be touring through the southern part of Saskatchewan. The team will play at Crescent Point Place on Thursday, Dec. 16.

Hounds clip Wings winning streak

In a back and forth road game against the Notre Dame Hounds, Wings' Bruce Keegan opened the scoring at the 15:15 mark of the first period. Keegan took advantage of the Hounds on the power play with help from Dylan Coupal and Shawn Cowie.

Novice Cougars start season with big win over Oxbow

Saturday, November 6th, 2010 Carlyle Novice Cougars VS Oxbow Huskies 10:30 Saturday morning they start coming in chattering away, excited for their first game of the season, down in the room getting dressed the nerves kick in, as their opponent walks

Moose Mountain Wild Pee Wees takek A final at Saskatoon tournament

The Moose Mountain Wild PeeWee Season is well underway - the team is currently sitting in first place with a 9-0 record. Returning vets are Jackson Granrude (Tender), Dawson Davidson (Forward), Austin Johnston and Kyle Sargent on Defence.
Coach describes Coffey as versatile on the court

Coach describes Coffey as versatile on the court

When Mountain State University volleyball coach Holly Mauldin makes her team's roster, you couldn't blame her if she just scribbled down "P" for the position of Carlyle's Brenna Coffey. That is "P" for "Player.

First win for Pee Wee Young Fellows

The Weyburn Pee Wee "AA" Young Fellows played two games at home this weekend against the Melville "AA" Millionaires with a loss and a win. On Saturday afternoon the Young Fellows hosted the Millionaires at Crescent Point Place losing 1 to 4.

GFK students part of Estevan football

After 30 years without any representation in the sport, Estevan Comprehensive fielded their first football team last year, much to the joy of fans of the game. But a Carlyle element has also taken hold, as six students from Gordon F.