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. [emember_protected for="2" custom_msg='For…

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…

Locals part of Brier opening Saturday

Larry McGrath, Rod St. John, Wayne St. John and Ron St. John won the 1974 provincial Tankard championships

Locals part of Brier opening Saturday  Clarion staff Larry McGrath and Rod St. John were among the nearly 80 attendees honoured at the opening ceremonies of the Tim Hortons Brier on Saturday afternoon. in Regina. The Brier committee invited all of the previous Saskatchewan Tankard winners to participate in the opening ceremonies at the event. Larry and Rod were members…

Red Lions’ historic comeback sends them to the SWHL finals

‘Our leadership really stepped up. We had that never-say die-attitude,’ said coach Wayne Samson

Red Lions’ historic comeback sends them to the SWHL finalsKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Red Lions completed a historic comeback Sunday, winning three straight games over the Macklin Mohawks, after being down 2-0 to win their best-of-five Sask West Hockey League semifinal series. The Red Lions completed the turnaround with a 7-4 win on Sunday. They won game four 7-3 last Wednesday…

KCS curling team off to provincial finals

Sean Cey, Kevin Pinno, Kyle Edmunds, Daniel Anderson and Josh Enns-Wind finished second at the conference championships in Moose Jaw

KCS curling team off to provincial finalsClarion staff The Kindersley Composite School boys are off to the provincial high school curling championships. The team led by skip Sean Cey with Kevin Pinno, Kyle Edmunds, Daniel Anderson and spare Josh Enns-Wind competed in Moose Jaw on the weekend at the conference championships and ended up finishing in second place. They will now…

Klippers have solid week as they prepare for playoffs

Justen Close named SJHL goaltender of the year

Klippers have solid week as they prepare for playoffsClarion staff The Kindersley Klippers had a solid week on the road, defeating the La Ronge Ice Wolves in their latest game Thursday 6-1. They also defeated the Melfort Mustangs 7-6 in a shootout Wednesday. Tuesday, at the start of their week, they dropped a 4-1 decision to the league-leading Nipawin Hawks. “It was a…

Wildlife federation holds annual fundraiser

Annual fundraising and awards banquet on March 3 drew about 200 people

Wildlife federation holds annual fundraiserKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley Wildlife Federation (KWF) has been busy with its projects, and a successful fundraiser last weekend will help to support its efforts. The KWF held its annual fundraising and awards banquet on March 3 at the Kindersley Inn. Approximately 200 people attended the event and, while the fundraising total…

KCS basketball teams head into playoffs

Girls host 3A conference basketball playoffs on Friday and Saturday; senior boys will be in Biggar for conference playoffs

KCS basketball teams head into playoffsClarion staff The Kindersley Composite School girls will host a 3A conference basketball playoffs this Friday and Saturday with the top four of the six teams moving on to the regional tournament. The KCS girls will kick off the tournament Friday at 5:45 p.m. when they take on Rosetown. The one other game Friday will…

Klippers enter week on four-game winning streak

With five games remaining in the regular season, the club has locked up a playoff spot. But they could finish anywhere from sixth to eighth place

Klippers enter week on four-game winning streakKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Klippers are on a hot streak. The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League team has won four in a row and the offence really came alive last week. They defeated the Notre Dame Hounds in Wilcox, winning 6-2 on Wednesday. During a weekend set at home against Yorkton, they won…

Storm U17 team comes up short at provincials

Kindersley outdoor soccer registration deadline is March 27. Organization is looking for coaches, managers, board members and volunteers

Storm U17 team comes up short at provincialsKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley U17 Storm FC team competed in the six-versus-six provincial championships on the weekend . Unfortunately, didn’t come up with a win but nevertheless competed well. “We just can’t seem to finish in those close games,” said coach Darin Wildman. “We just can’t find the back of the net.”…