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P.A. wrestlers earn four medals for Team Saskatchewan at North American Indigenous Games Sixteen Saskatchewan wrestlers were in Toronto last week for the North American Indigenous Games (NAIG), and 12 of those athletes are coming home with medals. Team Saskatchewan performed...
P.A. amateur golfers finish strong at provincials, will compete at national competition in August Local amateur golfers Cory Selander and Danny Klughart will tee up for Team Saskatchewan after picking up silver and bronze medals this week at the Access...
P.A. rugby player to join Manitoba-Saskatchewan team for first national appearance During her high school career, Serena Franc would drive out to Saskatoon two or three times a week after school in the springtime to play rugby. It was a major...
The Prince Albert Trail Riders presented Mayor Greg Dionne with an honorary membership for his work promoting the sport. He says there's more to come.
A trio of Prince Albert Raiders are back from NHL development camps, eager to use what they’ve learned to improve upon last season. Goalie Ian Scott participated in Toronto’s development camp, returning to his Calgary home Wednesday. Scott was drafted...
P.A. players suit up as women’s lacrosse debuts at North American Indigenous Games Women’s lacrosse is making its first appearance at the North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) this week in Toronto and Prince Albert’s Tyson Fetch was responsible for putting...
U14 Aces outscore opponents 59-10 at provincials, set their sights on nationals The Prince Albert U14 Aces have been on a tear this season and are showing no signs of slowing down. The Aces breezed through the competition at Softball Saskatchewan...
P.A. paddler leads Cumberland House team to first place as three-province race nears the finish line On Saturday morning the six canoe teams woke up in Fort Carlton and once again set out into the cool morning air, their bows...
The Prince Albert Astros have won another provincial championship. The Bantam Astros fastball team is made up of a group of kids who are used to winning. The same kids have won provincials five out of six times in...
U17 Celtic boys’ coach reflects on a season of growth for his team Soccer season may be over for the Prince Albert U17 Celtic boys, but while they won’t be heading to Saskatoon for this weekend’s finals, coach Rod McKay...

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