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KidSport golf tournament making comeback

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“It warms my hear to see the kids back out there again.” These are the words of Meadow Lake’s Brian Gislason, a long-time supporter of the local KidSport initiative, when commenting on the fact organized sports are back following the...

Multiworks NHL draft winner crowned

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National Hockey League (NHL) playoffs may still be underway, but, as far as Multiworks Corporation in Meadow Lake is concerned, a champion has already been crowned. Last week, Multiworks announced local resident Matthew Gardiner as the winner of the 2021-22...

Minor ball starts soon

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“Take me out to the ball game.” That’s what many people from Meadow Lake and area will soon be saying when the Meadow Lake Minor Ball season kicks off next month.According to minor ball president Regan Beck, things are once...

Esau named MVP, top scorer for Battleford Stars

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Meadow Lake’s Dylan Esau has capped off his junior hockey career in style. Esau, who for the past four seasons played with the Battleford Stars of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, laid claim to three prestigious prizes recently when the...

Hildebrand named Coach of the Year

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As far as his ability as a coach, Meadow Lake’s Davin Hildebrand has hit one out of the park. Hildebrand, who coaches the Meadow Lake U12 Sox girls softball team alongside Amanda Dufresne and Blaire Taves, was recently named Coach...

High school badminton season underway

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Badminton season is once again in full swing at Carpenter High School, but – according to coach Cheyne Dallyn – it won’t be here for very long. “It’s a very quick season,” explained Dallyn, which coaches the CHS athletes alongside...

U18, U15 teams crowned league champs

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Meadow Lake Minor Hockey’s 2021-22 season is over, and two more teams have gone out on top. Firstly, the U18 Stampeders were crowned STEP League champions in their division following two straight wins over Hillmond – the first last Wednesday...

Softball girls head south to compete

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Who said softball can only be played in the summer? Recently, two Meadow Lake athletes – Kenzi Hildebrand and Makenna Dufresne – donned their gloves once again and headed south of the border for an opportunity to compete in the...

CHS alumni find success in post-secondary sports

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Former Carpenter High School athletes continue to shine on the post-secondary stage. This past weekend, CHS alum Avery Pearson – who currently studies kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan – competed as a member of the U of S Huskies...

U11 team crowned STEP champs

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The champs are here! This past weekend saw the Meadow Lake Thrashers win a tournament held in Maidstone to claim the U11 STEP League ‘A’ side championship. The Thrashers defeated the Turtleford Tigers 11-5 in the final to win the...