Red Lions not roaring yet but have plenty of hope

Senior A hockey team loses two but coach expects improved play and discipline as they move forward

Red Lions not roaring yet but have plenty of hopeKevin McBain of The Clarion It’s not the way you really want to start a season. The Kindersley Red Lions lost both games in their home-opening Sask West Hockey League weekend – losing 9-8 in Macklin Saturday in overtime after an opening 9-4 loss to the Wilkie Outlaws on Friday night in Kindersley. In Friday’s…

Kobras hope to claim first-ever provincial title

KCS overcomes Humboldt and cool conditions, heads to final against Lumsden on Saturday

Kobras hope to claim first-ever provincial titleKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Composite School football Kobras are off to the provincial finals for the first time in 47 years. The Kobras defeated the visiting Humboldt Mohawks 26-14 on a cool Saturday afternoon to advance to the 3A nine-man provincial finals in Lumsden, on the quest to win the school’s first-ever…

Klippers earn three of four points in tough series with Battlefords

Tuesday's game ended in brawl and resulted in a number of suspensions

Klippers earn three of four points in tough series with BattlefordsKevin McBain of The Clarion The Klippers picked up three of four Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League points from the visiting Battlefords North Stars this week, winning 4-1 last Tuesday before losing in a shootout 4-3 on Saturday. “It think it was a positive week,” said assistant coach Larry Wintoneak. “Any time you can take three…

Local coach works towards his dream of playing pro basketball

Jason Hankewich was given a good look by a Memphis pro team and will keep working on his skills and fitness

Local coach works towards his dream of playing pro basketballKevin McBain of The Clarion He’s the kind of guy you can’t miss. Lots of energy, very social … oh yeah, and he is six-foot-eight. Jason Hankewich grew up in the Kindersley area, playing basketball through high school, then he moved on to coaching high school boys basketball, which he has done for the past…

Kobras host Humboldt Saturday in provincial semifinals

KCS shut out the visiting Fort Qu’Appelle Bison 53-0 in the quarter-finals last week to advance

Kobras host Humboldt Saturday in provincial semifinals  Kevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Composite School Kobras football team will host the Humboldt Mohawks this Saturday at 1 p.m. in the provincial semifinals. The Kobras shut out the visiting Fort Qu’Appelle Bison 53-0 in the quarter-finals last Saturday. “We wanted to get off to a good start in this game and…

KCS volleyball teams compete hard

Junior programs wind up their seasons; senior teams continue with tournament and conference play

KCS volleyball teams compete hardKevin McBain of The Clarion The high school volleyball season is coming to a close and all the Kindersley Composite School teams have had fairly successful seasons. The junior girls and boys volleyball seasons came to an end this past weekend with district championships. Junior girls The junior girls hosted the district championships this past…

Junior Klippers can’t hang on to three-goal lead

Humboldt scores five straight in a four-minute stretch. Kindersley back in action on Saturday at home

Junior Klippers can’t hang on to three-goal leadKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Junior Klippers had a light Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League schedule last week, just playing on Tuesday in Humboldt against the Broncos. It was almost like a World Series game, with a couple of momentum swings. You never knew which way it was going to go. The Klipper’s Austin…

Red Lions show firepower in exhibition tilt

Senior team's season opens on Nov. 3 at home against the defending league champion Wilkie Outlaws

Red Lions show firepower in exhibition tiltKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Red Lions hosted the Luseland Mallards Friday in what looks to be there only exhibition match prior to hosting Wilkie in the season and home opener Nov. 3. The Red Lions proved to be too strong for the shorthanded Mallards, winning by a score of 12-2. Coach Wayne…

Kobras host provincial quarter-final game Saturday

KCS advanced after defeating the Meadow Lake Spartans 49-14 on Thursday in front of a loud and proud home crowd

Kobras host provincial quarter-final game SaturdayKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Composite School Kobras football team will host the Fort Qu’Appelle Marauders this Saturday at 1 p.m. at Rotary Field in a provincial quarter-final match. The Kobras advanced to the provincial quarters after defeating the Meadow Lake Spartans 49-14 on Thursday in the 3A conference playoffs in front of…

Fletcher leads Klippers to emotional win over league’s top team

Three-point night for Kindersley forward, whose father passed away on Friday

Fletcher leads Klippers to emotional win over league’s top teamKevin McBain of The Clarion The Jr. Klippers earned a big, hard-working win over the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s best team, the Melfort Mustangs, on Saturday. The 3-2 home victory was very emotional for the team. “We were playing with heavy hearts,” said assistant coach Larry Wintoneak. “Josh Fletcher’s father passed away on Friday. We…
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