• Lisa Franks

    Judging by how quickly she picked up the sport of wheelchair racing, Lisa Franks is a quick learner. Based on her results, she’s also quick on the track. Until the age of 14, Lisa was an able-bodied athlete active in Read more →

  • 1984-85 Moose Jaw Generals Hockey Club

    One could say the 1984/85 Moose Jaw Generals were destined for greatness and a place in Canadian hockey history. When the puck dropped to start the South Central Senior Hockey League regular season, fans could see this was going to Read more →

  • Michael “Mike” Mintenko

    Photo Credit: Brandee McCormack Martinez Photography Mike Mintenko first joined the Moose Jaw Kinsmen Flying Fins Swim Club at the age of eight. By his teen years, he began to train for competitions more seriously. It was not long before Read more →

  • Donna Veale

    Donna Veale

    Photo Credit: Cindy Moleski Photography Donna Veale was a fierce competitor who always understood the value of hard work. After graduation from Yorkton Regional High School, she enrolled at the University of Saskatchewan as a member of the Huskiette basketball Read more →

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    Glenn “Chico” Resch

    Glenn “Chico” Resch was born in Moose Jaw, but he took to the ice in Regina. He then skated his way to a championship career with stops throughout North America and around the world. Working his was through local hockey Read more →

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    John (Jack) Maddia

    Jack, who was born in Moose Jaw and has been a resident of Indian Head since 1973, has a long outstanding hockey career in the Qu’Appelle Valley area.  After retiring from active participation in hockey as a result of an Read more →

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    Clark Gillies

    In 1971, Clark Gillies joined the Regina Pats and led his team to the Memorial Cup championship in 1974. Clark’s 12 year career with the New York Islanders included 4 consecutive Stanley Cups from 1980 to 1983, and his selection Read more →

  • John Konihowski

    John Konihowski

    John had an outstand athletics career winning Canadian age-class championships in the triple jump in four successive years form 1966 to 1969. He attended Brigham Young University in the USA before coming back to enroll at the University of Saskatchewan. Read more →

  • Marnie Eistetter, S.O.M.

    Moose Jaw born, Marnie Eistetter first tested the waters of synchronized swimming as a competitor in the late 1940s. However, she truly dove in headfirst when she returned to the sport as a parent and volunteer in the 1960s. Marnie Read more →

  • Phyllis Dewar

    While still a school girl in Moose Jaw, Phyllis Dewar dominated all freestyle swimming events in Saskatchewan. In fact, in 1934 when she travelled west to the British Empire and Commonwealth Games trials she was already the three-time one mile Read more →

  • Shelley Rhead Skarvan

    Shelley Rhead Skarvan

    Moose Jaw’s Shelley Rhead burst onto the Saskatchewan speed skating scene in 1973, winning her first of many provincial titles in 1974, and accumulating three bronze medals in the Canadian Short-Track Championships in 1975. Between 1977 and 1991, she won Read more →

  • Ronald “Ron” Friesen

    Ron Friesen’s earliest venture into sport occurred in his hometown of Moose Jaw where he was a member of the YMCA.  It was at this facility that Ron first received notice and recognition for his skills in gymnastics, wrestling, and Read more →

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    Roy “Sandy” Archer

    Football’s “Dean of Trainers” was born in Moose Jaw. His work began in physiotherapy in 1946. Six years later he started his long affiliation with athletic teams when he began working for the Regina Pats. For 14 years he was Read more →