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Swift Current, Saskatchewan
Friday, November 15, 2019


Broncos trade Chorney to Pats

The exodus out of Swift Current continued on Wednesday when the Broncos traded forward Carter Chorney to the Regina Pats.

Edge and SunDogs split

The Millar Edge hosted the Great Plains SunDogs on November 11. It was a great evening full of great volleyball with also...

Lind leads Bantam AA Broncos to two wins

Kalan Lind’s torrid scoring pace continued as the Swift Current Pure Chem Broncos won a pair of games in the Saskatchewan Bantam AA...

Swift Current caps 2019 with another world-class event

It may still be November, but Saturday seemed to mark an unofficial conclusion to 2019 in Swift Current when the World Under-17 Hockey...

Atom Broncos double up Terriers

The Swift Current Tarpon Energy AA Broncos won both league games over the visiting Yorkton Terriers. The Broncos opened...

Peewee Broncos take three of four points

The Swift Current Southwest Terminal Peewee Broncos took three of four points from the visiting Estevan Bruins over the weekend.

SWAC volleyball teams advance in Provincial playoffs

It was an exciting Saturday for SWAC senior volleyball teams. We had six girls’ teams at SHSAA Regional competitions, all looking to advance...

Colts advance to 5A Volleyball Provincials

The Swift Current Comp. Colts advanced to 5A SHSAA Volleyball Provincials with a second-place finish at Regionals in Yorkton over the weekend.

Super League opens another season

The Swift Current Curling Club - Innovation Credit Union Super League opened another season on Thursday with 10 of the 12 teams...

Wildcats forwards conclude round robin at U18 Nationals

Two members of the Swift Current Diamond Energy Wildcats are representing Saskatchewan at the 2019 National Women’s Under-18 Championship in Morden and Winkler, MB.


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