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Hockey banquet scores big

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by Derek Cornet For the first time in many years, a year-end banquet was held by Meadow Lake Minor Hockey March 15 during which a number of people were recognized for their success. It began with a meal prepared for more...

Female Stamps head to final

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The Meadow Lake Midget ‘A’ female Stampeders are ready to become champions. Following back-to-back wins against the Melfort Mustangs on the weekend, the Stamps have advanced to the final round of the North Sask Female Hockey League. Game 2 in the...

JSJH Stingers advance

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by Phil Ambroziak The bigger they are, the harder they fall. Just ask the Jonas Samson Junior High boys basketball team, which beat the much larger squad from Onion Lake in the Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association (SHSAA) 3A conference playdowns...

Broncos head to final

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by Phil Ambroziak Two down, one to go. After going through the Moosomin Warriors and the La Ronge 89ers, the Meadow Lake Broncos have secured a spot in the Beaver Lakes Hockey League (BLHL) championship final against the Birch Hills Blackhawks. “Birch...

Bench bosses boost team

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by Phil Ambroziak If two heads are better than one, four must be even better still. That’s the philosophy the Meadow Lake Midget AA Stampeders’ coaching staff adheres to as the foursome – which includes Gary Vidal, Marlon Dancy, Mike Radford...

V-ball team sees first action

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by Derek Cornet In an effort to gain an edge on the competition, female athletes in Meadow Lake formed a new 15 and under volleyball team. “Gone are the days where Jonas Samson Junior High School can put a team together...

Broncos advance

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by Phil Ambroziak Change doesn’t always have to be a bad thing. Randy Lariviere of the Meadow Lake Broncos learned this earlier this season when, after playing defence for many years throughout his career, he stepped out of his comfort zone...

Playoffs begin Friday

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by Phil Ambroziak With 11 straight wins, the Meadow Lake Broncos continue to ride a wave of momentum heading into this year’s Beaver Lakes Hockey League (BLHL) playoffs. The Broncos, who finished the 2015-16 regular season in first place with a...

Broncos remain dominant

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by Phil Ambroziak As strong as the Meadow Lake Broncos have been throughout the latter half of the Beaver Lakes Hockey League’s 2015-16 regular season, veteran goalie Rick Dallyn said the team can’t let itself become too overconfident heading into...

Busier times for curling club

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by Derek Cornet The PineRidge Ford Curling Club in Meadow Lake is having a super year as it has a packed schedule until the ice thaws in two months time. “Our rink is booked every weekend now until the end of...