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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...

CHS wrestlers compete at regionals

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What appeared in the beginning to be a questionable season at best will end with wrestlers from Meadow Lake’s Carpenter High School competing for a provincial championship. This past weekend, six CHS athletes – Isaac Fleury, Lucas Klaassen, Kevin Handspiker,...

Minor hockey teams advance to semi-finals

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Things continue to look up for two Meadow Lake hockey teams in their respective quests for provincial gold. This past Saturday (Feb. 26), the crowd at PineRidge Ford Place on Flying Dust First Nation became electric when the U15 Meadow...

Curling begins March 7 in M.L.

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Better late than never. With the installation of a new ice plant at the Meadow Lake Curling Club now complete, local curlers are ready for a return to action. According to club president Shannon Heddon, that will happen Monday, March 7....

Drivers choose NACC over Calgary

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Changes announced for this year’s Calgary Stampede have led to several local chuckwagon drivers making some changes of their own. Chuckwagon racing, which was absent from last year’s Stampede, is scheduled to return for 10 days in July, but instead...

Broncos’ provincial run starts this Sunday in St. Walburg

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Two rival teams are joining forces in an effort to secure a common goal. As the Meadow Lake Broncos gear up for the opening round of their Senior ‘A’ provincial series against the Warman Wildcats this weekend, they’re being joined...

Ice time is limited for minor hockey

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The loss of an arena and the continuing conundrum known as COVID-19 has made for a difficult year for Meadow Lake Minor Hockey, but, when it comes to scheduling ice time, Jennilee Spencer is proud to say she’s been...