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Martensville, Rosthern, Aberdeen capture high school curling district crowns

Tanner Johnston throw the rock for Martensville High, while teammates Taylor Warren and Rylan Gabruck get ready to sweep during CVAC district championships in Dalmeny February 8

Central Valley Athletic Conference (CVAC) senior curling teams battled it out during district playoffs at the Dalmeny Curling Club on February 8.

Martensville High took home the district championship in the boys tournament, while  Rosthern High won the girls category and Aberdeen team 1 was the champion of the mixed division. Those teams earned a spot at the SHSAA Region D Tournament, which is in Meadow Lake on March 1 and 2. Continue reading “Martensville, Rosthern, Aberdeen capture high school curling district crowns”

Area performers to take stage at Telemiracle 43

The Ville Tap Troupe of Martensville is slated to perform on the Telemiracle stage

Performers from Martensville, Warman and Clavet are among the talent taking the stage at Telemiracle 43 in Saskatoon March 2 and 3.

Telemiracle organizers unveiled the list of performers late last week. They include: Sonia’s School of Ukrainian Dance (Warman), Upstage Dance Company (Warman), Kelsey Bentley (Clavet), The Ville Tap Troupe (Martensville), Madilyn Christensen (Martensville) Berkley Dereniwski (Warman). Continue reading “Area performers to take stage at Telemiracle 43”

Area athletes compete at Knights of Columbus Games

Warman Elementary and Holy Mary School runners burn up the track during the Under 11 Boys relay final at the K of C Games in Saskatoon

The 54th Annual Knights of Columbus  Saskatchewan Indoor Games was held at the Saskatoon Field House from January 24-26.  The event is special because it allows school students to compete at the same meet that has events featuring national and international tracks stars. Continue reading “Area athletes compete at Knights of Columbus Games”