Karate students win big at national event

Destiny Chester won silver in two events. Andrew Glass won a silver medal. Teagan Chester earned a bronze medal

Karate students win big at national eventSubmitted story On Saturday, April 21, three athletes from the Kindersley Karate Club were competitors at the 2018 National Karate Championship of JKA International Canada. The competition was held at University College of the North in The Pas, Manitoba. All three students performed very well over the course of the tournament, which saw athletes from…

Man pleads guilty to firearm charge

The judge said the circumstances of the case are odd because the gun was not sold for drug or gang-related purposes

Man pleads guilty to firearm chargeCarlen Anderson has pleaded guilty in Kindersley provincial court to a firearm-related charge that stems from the decision he made more than two years ago to sell a restricted firearm. Court heard that the accused did not qualify for Legal Aid and he was not in a position to retain a private lawyer. Dorinda Stahl,…

Minor hockey honours players

Annual memorial award recipients and team-by-team individual award winners

Minor hockey honours playersClarion staff Kindersley Minor Hockey held its annual awards night April 10 at the Co-op arena with players being recognized for their hard work throughout the season. Just to highlight a few of the annual memorial award winners from the evening: The Trent Kresse Memorial Award this year was earned by Rylan Nutley of the…

Soccer is alive and well in Kindersley

Close to 190 youth, about 20 more than last year, have registered for the spring outdoor season and there is still time to register

Soccer is alive and well in KindersleyClarion staff Soccer is a growing sport in the Kindersley area. Close to 190 youth, about 20 more than last year, have registered already for the spring outdoor season and there is still time to register. If you have missed registration, don’t fret, there is still time. Call Kindersley Minor Soccer President Darin Wildman 306-463-7866…

Charges lead to conditional sentence and fines

Man pleads guilty to several charges, including impaired driving

Charges lead to conditional sentence and finesAnthony Moskowec has pleaded guilty to several criminal charges, including impaired driving, and was ordered on March 20 in Kindersley provincial court to serve a conditional sentence and pay fines. Thomas O’Hara, the Crown prosecutor for provincial court in Kindersley on March 20, said the breadth of criminal charges called for more than the fines…

Red Lions swept by Wilkie Outlaws in SWHL final

‘These guys are as professional as they come. They have that no-quit attitude,’ said coach Wayne Samson

Red Lions swept by Wilkie Outlaws in SWHL finalCrossroads staff The Kindersley Red Lions bowed out to the Wilkie Outlaws in three straight games in the Sask. West Hockey League finals. The Red Lions lost 10-2 in Wilkie in Game 3 of the best-of-five series played Friday night to close out the series. This makes it four league titles in a row for…

Ashton Sautner makes NHL debut

Derek Dorsett nominated for the Bill Masterton Trophy, given to those who demonstrate perseverance and commitment to the game of hockey

Ashton Sautner makes NHL debutClarion staff Huge congratulations to a couple of locals. Ashton Sautner of Flaxcombe played in his first National Hockey League game Sunday for the Vancouver Canucks.

Karate students bring home awards from Saskatoon

Evan Pelletier won two silver medals and was awarded the Spirit Award for outstanding sportsmanship and overall performance

Karate students bring home awards from SaskatoonContributed story On Saturday, March 10, 10 members of the Kindersley Karate Club travelled to Saskatoon to participate in the JKA Western Canadian Regional Karate Championship, with athletes from Wetaskiwin and Saskatoon clubs. Competitions took place in three events: kata, kumite and team kata, with white to brown belts represented. Our Kindersley athletes did very…

Local skaters finding success

The annual carnival, Skatetacular 2018, takes place at the West Central Events Centre on Sunday at 2 p.m.

Local skaters finding successSkaters in the Kindersley Skating Club have been busy this March. Four skaters attended the Jean Norman provincial skating competition in Swift Current March 2-4: Courtlyn Bertoia, Jayden Moen, Suzannah Bakanec and Simeon Bakanec. They all did very well according to skating club president, Shannon Skinner. They all placed in their events. Jayden received silver…

KCS basketball teams move on to regionals

The KCS girls next face a team from Sandy Bay, in Lumsden; the boys also face a Sandy Bay team, in Clavet

KCS basketball teams move on to regionalsClarion staff The Kindersley Composite School senior girls and boys basketball teams have advanced to the next rung in the ladder to the provincials. The girls hosted the 3A Conference 4 championships this weekend and four of the six teams in attendance were able to move on. The KCS girls had to just win their…

KCS senior boys curling team finishes 1-2 at provincials

‘These were very good teams and we were obviously in the toughest pool,’ said coach Chris Oscar

KCS senior boys curling team finishes 1-2 at provincialsClarion staff The KCS senior boys curling team did well at the provincial curling championships held in Spiritwood on the weekend. The team competed in a very tough pool. In their first game, they started things off with a 10-4 loss to Regina LeBoldus who ended up winning the championship over Spiritwood.

Klippers hand out awards

This year’s MVP award went to goaltender Justen Close

Klippers hand out awardsClarion staff The Klippers held their annual awards night Saturday at the Kindersley Elks Hall, handing out awards recognizing the top players of the season. Plus/Minus - Energy Dodge - Nik Malenica Community Involvement-Kodiak Energy - Austin Nault and Thomas Bollefer Scholastic Player - Synergy Credit Union - Brendon Borbely Top Hitter - Ironhorse Energy…