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Hague Panthers edged by Viscount Vikings in final home game

The Hague Panthers came within a whisker of upsetting the visiting Viscount Vikings in their final home game of the season on Thursday, October 5.

Hague Panthers running back Teagan Zacharias fends off a second tackler after dodging the first in a game against the Viscount Vikings in Hague on Thursday, October 5

But their short bench caught up with them in the final quarter. You can only play both sides of the ball for so long before you simply run out of gas.
The Panthers dropped a 40-28 decision to the Vikings in a see-saw battle that saw big plays by both teams.
“We were a touchdown away from winning this one today,” said Panthers coach Clay Kirby. “We had a couple of really good chances that were inches away.” Continue reading “Hague Panthers edged by Viscount Vikings in final home game”

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Panthers give full effort in loss to Wildcats

Koltin Zaichkowski of the Hague Panthers catches this long pass and then runs into the end zone for a touchdown

The Hague Panthers football team led early on in a matchup against the Carrot River Wildcats, however they dropped a 78-56 decision at home on September 28.
Hague didn’t waste any time getting in the end zone, scoring on its first drive of the game. That touchdown came on a third down gamble near the goal line to give the home team the early lead.
The Wildcats responded on their next offensive possession, but they didn’t make the covert and trailed 8-6. Continue reading “Panthers give full effort in loss to Wildcats”

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Hague students conduct experiments at national research lab

Hague High School students Daniela Pinzon, Chloe Janzen and Sydney Thiessen prepare slides with the assistance of CLS education program lead Tracy Walker

High school students from Hague conducted science experiments on bananas using the brightest light in Canada as part of a unique enrichment education program at the Canadian Light Source.
“It’s very intriguing and fascinating that you can do so many kinds of experiments using light and the speed of light,” said Ryan Scebenski, a grade 11 student at Hague High School.
“We were using equipment worth millions of dollars,” added classmate Austin Gregorash.
They and eight other students enrolled in the Health Science 20 course visited the Canadian Light Source with their teacher Darcie Conway on June 9. They spent the afternoon analyzing bananas at the various stages of ripeness, using some of the most advanced science equipment in Saskatchewan. Continue reading “Hague students conduct experiments at national research lab”

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