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It took a little bit to get the nerves out of the way, but the St. Mary Marauders senior girls’ basketball team was able to take care of business Friday evening at Carlton. The fourth seed in the...
There will be a new face behind the Prince Albert Mintos bench when the 2019-20 Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League season gets underway. The team announced Wednesday morning that head coach Ken Morrison had left the Mintos...
The Carlton Crusaders and St. Mary Marauders senior basketball teams have different paths ahead of them at this weekend’s 5A boys and girls rural regional tournament as they try to qualify for next weekend’s Hoopla tournament in Saskatoon.
Although they weren’t able to make their way into the regional round for the 3A boys’ Hoopla tournament, last weekend’s conference tournament was a huge learning experience for the Prince Albert Collegiate Institute Golden Bears senior basketball team.
For the first time since 2011, the Prince Albert Northern Bears will not be among the final four teams left competing for the Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League title. Their 2018-19 campaign came to an...
With their season on the line at the Art Hauser Centre Monday night, the Prince Albert Northern Bears made sure that their 2018-19 campaign wouldn't end on home ice. The fourth-seeded Bears controlled most...
A valiant effort by the Prince Albert Mintos came up just short Sunday. In their third game in as many nights, the sixth-seeded Mintos went back-and-forth with the third-ranked Saskatoon Blazers at the Rod...
The Swift Current Broncos will be pleased that they probably won't have to face Ian Scott ever again. The signed Toronto Maple Leafs prospect held the defending Western Hockey League champions off the scoresheet...
The Prince Albert Northern Bears will need to rattle off three straight wins if they want to keep their quest for a Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League championship alive. After a 5-1 loss...
After scoring 17 times in their first three playoff games against the third best defence in the Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League this season, the Prince Albert Mintos offence went ice-cold at an ill-opportune time Saturday.

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