Sports

Caron committed to Mustangs

by Phil Ambroziak Chase Caron would rather be a Meadow Lake Mustang than play for any other team. “As soon as I heard about the Mustangs coming to town, I wanted to be one of them,” the 17-year-old forwa...

Bronco still going strong at age 50

by Phil Ambroziak Shawn Opekokew believes you’re never too old to stop having fun. At age 50, Opekokew – who is originally from Canoe Lake Cree First Nation – is the oldest member of the Meadow Lake Seni...

CHS boys win v-ball provincials

by Phil Ambroziak It was an exciting yet surreal moment for Carpenter High School senior boys volleyball coach Cheyne Dallyn. The Spartan boys’ victory at the Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Associati...

Hockey player competes nationally

by Phil Ambroziak A Dorintosh area athlete recently helped make hockey history. Kendra Zuchotzki, team captain of the Notre Dame Female ‘AAA’ Hounds from Wilcox, SK, served as a member of Team Saskatchew...

King family honoured by CPCA

by Phil Ambroziak The King family of Meadow Lake has long been associated with the sport of hockey. However, this past weekend, Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association (CPCA) driver DJ King, along with...

CHS runner wins provincial gold

by Phil Ambroziak Another provincial banner will soon adorn the gymnasium wall at Carpenter High School in Meadow Lake. Avery Pearson, a Grade 11 student at CHS, finished first overall in the Senior girl...

Player bolsters v-ball team’s success

by Phil Ambroziak The Carpenter High School Senior ‘A’ boys volleyball team’s willingness to be all inclusive makes them winners every time they step on to the court. While the Spartans lost out in the s...

Broncos season takes shape

by Phil Ambroziak The Meadow Lake Senior Broncos will soon bust out of the corral and back onto the ice. Tuesday (Sept. 24), the SaskAlta Hockey League held its annual scheduling meeting in Vermilion, AB...

Hounsell eyes Mustangs return

by Phil Ambroziak The La Ronge Ice Wolves of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL) have finished up exhibition games, and have trimmed their roster. “We’re down to 27 players now,” remarked Ice Wo...

Mitsuing bids farewell

by Phil Ambroziak One more Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association (CPCA) championship was not in the cards for Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation’s Ray Mitsuing, but the veteran driver still went out a wi...