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Broncos’ captain had ‘heart, courage and passion,’ says former coach

Logan Schatz, Captain of the Humboldt Broncos, was among those killed in a tragic collision on Friday, April 6

Logan Schatz of Allan, one of fifteen people killed in a horrific collision involving the Humboldt Broncos team bus and a semi on Friday, April 6, was a solid, inspirational young man, according to one of his former coaches. Continue reading “Broncos’ captain had ‘heart, courage and passion,’ says former coach”

Wildcats eliminate Marauders from Bantam AA playoffs

Wildcat Daylan Weigl defending against Marauder Jhett Larson

It was a thrilling best-of-three series between the Warman Wildcats and the Martensville Marauders, which saw the Wildcats advance from round one of the Saskatchewan Bantam AA Hockey League playoffs with a 3-2 victory in Game 2 on February 16 at the Legends Centre. Continue reading “Wildcats eliminate Marauders from Bantam AA playoffs”

Clavet Cougars claim provincial title

The host Clavet Cougars earned a 72-70 victory over the Dalmeny Cougars in an offensive, back-and-forth shootout during the 2A 6-man Provincial Championship Final on Saturday, November 11.

The Clavet Cougars won the 2A 6-man high school football championship with a narrow 72-70 win over the Dalmeny Cougars on Saturday, November 11

The contest came right down to the wire. With under a minute remaining in the fourth quarter, Clavet had the ball on their own 40-yard line and a couple of first downs would’ve sealed it for the club. However, a penalty forced Clavet even deeper in its own end and Dalmeny’s defence forced a two-and-out.
“We ended up in a spot where our emotions got the better of us and we weren’t able to move the ball the way we wanted to,” said Clavet coach Shaun Priel. “We tried to punt the ball on third down and there was a bit of a miscommunication between out quarterback and our kicker and our snap wasn’t in the right place.”
With less then 20 seconds left on the clock, Dalmeny had the ball around midfield and one last chance to win the contest but Clavet’s defence game up big to win the game.
“The boys wanted this one bad and they weren’t going to quit. I’m pretty proud of the guys, they battled right to the end and we made a few mistakes that cost us,” said Dalmeny coach Stephen Kowalchuk.
Even though Dalmeny just came up short, the silver medal is still a big accomplishment. Continue reading “Clavet Cougars claim provincial title”