Tiger Woods and golf’s moral dilemma

Tiger Woods is back and the crowds are gathering to show their appreciation, in spite of his checkered personal past

Tiger Woods and golf’s moral dilemmaIt’s hard to find someone who doesn’t disapprove of his antics away from the office. Women, in general, can’t stand him. Despite all this, we can’t take our eyes off him. Donald Trump? Maybe. But the description could also apply to Tiger Woods, the greatest golfer ever, who has made one of the more improbable…

Atom Longhorn Oil Klippers win league championship

‘The kids played real hard all throughout the season and we had a great group of coaches and parents that were committed throughout the entire season’

Atom Longhorn Oil Klippers win league championshipKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Atom Longhorn Oil Klippers swept through the season and won the Hi-Way 14 hockey league championships this past weekend with a sweep of the North Battleford Oil Barons 1 squad. They won game one 11-8 in Kindersley Friday and closed off the best-of-three final 10-4 in North Battleford…

Klippers match up with Bruins in league quarter-finals

Captain Cole Plotnikoff said the team feels good. ‘We have had success against them and we are feeling pretty confident going into the series’

Klippers match up with Bruins in league quarter-finalsKevin McBain of The Clarion The Junior Klippers (29-22-4-3-65 points) will take on the Estevan Bruins (34-19-3-2-73) in their Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League best-of-seven quarter-final series, beginning this Friday night. The Klippers closed out the season with a home-and-home series with the Battlefords North Stars and split that series, winning game one at home Tuesday…

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…

Red Lions down 1-0 in final series

‘We have to stay out of the box. I think we deserved the penalties we received,’ said coach Wayne Samson

Red Lions down 1-0 in final seriesKevin McBain of The Clarion The Wilkie Outlaws scored three power play goals Sunday en route to a 6-3 win over the Kindersley Red Lions in game one of their Sask West Hockey League championship series. Game 2 will be played Wednesday in Wilkie. No other games had been set as of press time. Coach…

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 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…

Skipping Olympics a bridge too far for Bettman?

The NHL commissioner has kept the wolves at bay for years, but this season finds Bettman with nothing new to offer and much to lose

Skipping Olympics a bridge too far for Bettman?Don’t look now but Gary Bettman may be running out of second acts. The National Hockey League commissioner for life has spent a good deal of time pushing off the dodgy reality of his league’s place in the broadcast universe. He’s kept a marginal attraction afloat when ESPN and others ignore the league. But could…

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…