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Sr. Sox remain undefeated

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Winning ways continue for the Meadow Lake Sr. Sox. The Sox are currently 3-0 in North Saskatchewan River Baseball League (NSRBL) action, winning their first two games on the road following last month’s victory over the North Battleford Beavers in...

First-ever bunnock tournament set for Meadow Lake June 3

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Make no bones about it, the first-ever bunnock tournament scheduled for Meadow Lake this Saturday (June 3) at Lions Park should be a recipe for excitement and fun. This is according to Lloyd Elash of the Meadow Lake Lions Club,...

Meadow Lake KidSport golf tournament set for Saturday

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Some Saskatchewan Roughrider greats will go from the gridiron to the golf course this weekend in Meadow Lake. Former Riders players Andrew Greene, John Walker, Marshall Hamilton and Ventson Donelson are among the celebrity athletes scheduled to be at the...

Locally designed hockey stick promotes truth and reconciliation

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When hockey players of all ages take a shot on net next season, they could find themselves scoring in the name of truth and reconciliation. Recently Clay DeBray, manager of Snipe and Celly Sports Excellence on Flying Dust First Nation,...

M.L. coach wins U.S. wrestling tournament

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Meadow Lake’s Chris Brownrigg doesn’t just talk the talk, he walks the walk. Recently, the head coach of the Northern Pikes Wrestling Club and the Carpenter High School wrestling team donned the tights himself to compete at U.S.A Wrestling’s 2023...

M.L. Senior Sox host pitching clinic

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Spring is in the air, which means baseball season is just around the corner in Meadow Lake. Since mid-March, the Meadow Lake Senior Sox have been hosting the team’s annual pitching clinic at Carpenter High School. Designed to improve the...

Easton DeBray named Ice Dogs Rookie of Year

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The Junior ‘A’ hockey career of Meadow Lake’s Easton DeBray is off to a bright start. DeBray, 19, is a member of the Superior International Junior Hockey League’s (SIJHL) Dryden GM Ice Dogs and, last week, was named the team’s...

U15 Stamps capture provincial title

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The U15 Stampeders provincial hockey team recently capped off the 2022-23 season the best way possible. In front of a hometown crowd at PineRidge Ford Place on Flying Dust First Nation, the Stamps defeated the Lumsden Lions Friday (March 31)...

U18 Stampeders win STEP League championship

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Two years in a row! For the second straight season, the Meadow Lake U18 Stampeders have captured the STEP League championship. This year’s win came Saturday night (March 25) when the Stamps defeated the league’s first-place team from Hillmond. “We had...

CHS curlers win regional championship

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Two down, one to go. After going undefeated to win the district high school championship Feb. 13 (see the Feb. 23 edition of Northern Pride), the Carpenter High School mixed curling team has continued its winning ways, going 2-0 this...