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Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Sports

Sports

From the GM’s chair Almost three weeks ago today, the Prince Albert Raiders found themselves on the losing side of their first round playoff series against the Moose Jaw Warriors. The Western Hockey League club surged through the latter half...
Carter Woodside looked forward to trying out for Broncos SJHL team next season Looking back on his time spent with the Humboldt Broncos, Carter Woodside spoke of a tight-knit, unselfish team that resembled a family. “You could just tell how they...
As the online donation campaign for the Humboldt Broncos neared $13.5 million Tuesday afternoon, the junior hockey club was busy making preparations for how the funds will be dispersed and managed. Following the team’s fatal bus crash with a semi-truck...
Sunday was a success for several Prince Albert-area archers, after eight of them medaled at the provincial indoor archery target shooting championships, including one who scored the highest overall at the tournament, Tristan Moran. Moran was one of the eight...
It’s still 15 months until the 2019 National Archery Championships, but Prince Albert’s local archery club is already gearing up to host the event. “We’re all getting excited. The planning is really starting to ramp up,” said John Cannon, president...
Raiders goalie picks up first professional start, win vs. junior hockey teammate Current Prince Albert Raiders are continuing to find success in the pro ranks. Nine days after forward Parker Kelly made his debut with the American Hockey League’s Belleville Senators...
Ahead of the 2018 NHL draft set for June this year, two more Prince Albert Raiders have been added to the league’s Central Scouting rankings, defenceman Brayden Pachal and forward Kody McDonald. The ranked list of 200 North American skaters...
Competing in her first-ever international competition overseas, Jannessa Keays hit bronze. The 14-year-old Judoka competed in the annual Sportif International over Easter weekend in London, after being invited to compete in the tournament by some of her Judo Saskatchewan...
Prince Albert minor football spring programs are filling up fast. In the program’s little tykes spring league, one age group is full and another only has two spots left. The little tykes program is for football players aged four to nine...
By Evan Radford and Peter Lozinski, Daily Herald So far, a central Saskatchewan town of about 640 people has produced two world-class fencers, both of who have their sabres set an Olympic competition. Kirsten van Marion and Ryan Rousell were both...

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