Oyen remains undefeated in FVBL play

The Kindersley Raiders and Stallions, last year’s league finalists, are tied for second place

Oyen remains undefeated in FVBL playClarion staff The Kindersley Raiders and Stallions, last year’s Fertile Valley Baseball League finalists, are tied for second place in the league after play on Monday night. The Stallions beat up on the visiting Elrose Aces, 7-3 Monday to improve their record to 4-1. The Raiders, meanwhile, shut out the visiting Kyle Yellow Jackets 12-0…

Kindersley Storm soccer teams continue to excel

Under-13 team goes undefeated in their three-team division to claim the gold medal in Saskatoon

Kindersley Storm soccer teams continue to excelKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley travel teams continued to find success at soccer tournaments last weekend. The Kindersley Storm sent four teams to the Saskatoon Harder Avalon with all of them finding some success. Leading the way was the under-13 team, which went undefeated in their three-team division to claim the gold medal.…

Klippers go all in on defence picks in bantam draft

‘It was a strong year for defencemen so we decided to take this opportunity to load up on the back end,’ head scout says

Klippers go all in on defence picks in bantam draftKevin McBain of The Clarion The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League held its annual general meetings in Nipawin on the weekend with several items on the agenda, including the bantam draft, which was held Friday morning All six players that the Klippers chose were defencemen. Head scout Stef Cormat said that it was a good year…

Coin flip decides tournament champions

The West Central Saskatchewan Oilmen’s Association 42nd annual golf tournament ended in a tie

Coin flip decides tournament championsClarion Staff The West Central Saskatchewan Oilmen’s Association (WCSOA) has held its 42nd annual golf tournament, and it ended in a tie at the top of the leaderboard. Teams of two golfers gathered at the Kindersley Regional Park & Golf Course on May 26 for the WCSOA tournament. A total of 68 teams and 136…

New bench boss for the Jr. Klippers

Clayton Jardine takes over from Geoff Grimwood, who wants to move closer to his family in B.C.

New bench boss for the Jr. KlippersKevin McBain of The Clarion In just a few short days late last week, the Klippers found out that their coach/general manager would be leaving the team and a new coach/GM was hired. Geoff Grimwood, who was the coach and general manager of the Kindersley Klippers for three seasons, announced last Wednesday that the he…

Eighteen KCS athletes qualify for provincials

Track and field championships to be held this weekend in Prince Albert

Eighteen KCS athletes qualify for provincialsClarion staff Eighteen young athletes from Kindersley Composite School (KCS) have earned a chance to compete in the provincial track and field championships that will be held this weekend in Prince Albert. They competed this past weekend in Outlook at the West Central District Meet and had to finish in first or second place to…

Kindersley Indoor Rodeo another huge success

Committee president Tyler Ritchie says it takes a lot of people to put this event on and he praised their effort

Kindersley Indoor Rodeo another huge successKevin McBain of the Clarion The 27th annual Kindersley Indoor Rodeo held May 24-26 was another huge success. Committee president Tyler Ritchie said he was very happy how things went. “Everything went really smooth,” he said. “I think we are in a bit of a groove now. Everything moved along very well.” He added that…

FVBL season gets underway

Busy schedule as all Kindersley teams see action

FVBL season gets underwayClarion staff The Fertile Valley Senior Baseball League season kicked of this past week with all of the Kindersley teams seeing action. Game 1 kicked off last Tuesday (May 22) with the Kindersley Royals defeating the Klippers 3-2. Thursday, the tides were turned on the Royals as they lost 14-3 to the defending champion Kindersley…

Special Olympians earn medals at bowling tournament

Athletes from the area are also involved in track and field, snowshoeing and bocce. And there’s room for more activities, depending on volunteers

Special Olympians earn medals at bowling tournamentKevin McBain of The Clarion The competitive season for athletes who are part of the Kindersley and District Special Olympics organization is winding down. In their most recent action, several athletes attended the annual Bob Pedde five-pin bowling championships in Saskatoon and came back with several awards. The event held April 28 and 29 featured…

Kindersley Storm U11 team earns silver at tournament

Five Kindersley Storm FC teams kick off the outdoor season at Saskatoon tournament

Kindersley Storm U11 team earns silver at tournamentKevin McBain of The Clarion Kindersley Storm FC blew into Saskatoon on the weekend with five teams to compete in the Lakewood Kickstart outdoor soccer tournament this past weekend. The Storm U11 team was tops among the Kindersley teams, earning a silver medal. Coach Bernie Morton said that the team played very well. “I was…