Sports

CHS wrestler strikes gold

by Phil Ambroziak What’s better than seeing one provincial wrestling banner hanging in the Carpenter High School gymnasium? Two provincial wrestling banners. Actually, make that three provincial wrestling ba...

Wrestlers off to provincials

by Phil Ambroziak Meadow Lake’s Carpenter High School is once again looking to leave its mark on the provincial wresting mat. This past weekend, 11 of the 17 wrestlers (nine from CHS and two from Jonas Sa...

Judo popular in North

Phil Ambroziak “I like the sport and always have fun with it – whether I win or lose.” These words belong to 12-year-old Luke Sampson of La Ronge, a fourth-year judo competitor who said he’s been having o...

Track to get paint job

by Phil Ambroziak Both the City of Meadow Lake and the Northwest School Division are on track when it comes to improving a popular component of Lions Park. During its regular meeting Feb. 15, the school d...

Manta Ray makes history

by Phil Ambroziak Meadow Lake’s Niah Shakotko continues to make a splash when it comes to her favourite sport. The 14 year old recently earned a bronze medal at the annual ManSask Championships held Dec. ...

Broncos trainer heart of team

by Phil Ambroziak One of the most important members of the Meadow Lake Broncos senior men’s hockey team has never been on the ice during a game. For the last two seasons, Gerald Clarke has served as the B...

Wrestler receives SHSAA banner

by Phil Ambroziak It was well worth the wait. That’s how Carpenter High School Grade 11 athlete Jacob Ambroziak, his friends, family and teammates felt when they attended a special ceremony at CHS Thursda...

Broncos to host La Ronge

by Phil Ambroziak The Meadow Lake Broncos hope to continue their winning ways when Beaver Lakes Hockey League (BLHL) action resumes this Saturday at the Meadow Lake and District Arena. The puck drops at 8...

Athlete competes in Colombia

by Phil Ambroziak Meadow Lake’s Skyla Russell will never be the same. Recently, the teen returned to Saskatchewan after nearly 10 days teaching and playing rugby in Colombia. It was an experience she said...

Hockey sisters to Poland

by Phil Ambroziak Earlier this week, 19-year-old Delaney Ross and her 18-year-old sister, Hailey, departed for Katowice, Poland where they will spend the next year playing professionally for the GKS Katowice...