• Doris “Bonny” Ballantine

    Bonny Ballantine, a bowling star from Regina, was recognized as the best woman 10-pin bowler in Canada. She received the Sportswoman of the Year Award from the Lakeside Lions Club in 1966. During her impressive career, she was a National Read more →

  • Maureen Johnson

    Maureen was responsible for the first provincial competition in 1954 and the first western Canadian championships to be held in Saskatchewan in 1984. She also directed the 1982 and 1987 Canadian championships. Maureen served as a judge and helped to Read more →

  • Murray Swayze

    Murray Swayze has enjoyed a long career in the basketball-refereeing field beginning in 1959. His refereeing and coaching career followed him from Regina to Saskatoon and then to Moose Jaw.  Murray refereed at all levels locally from high school to Read more →

  • Don “Butch” Steponchev

    Butch Steponchev began to officiate with local basketball leagues, and then moved to provincial high school and senior men’s championships.  In 1974, Butch was recruited as an official for wheelchair basketball, and in 1975, was certified as an international referee.  Read more →

  • Bryan Nicurity

    Since 1962, Bryan Nicurity has been a capable basketball administrator and official. From 1967 to 1972, he served on the executive and was President of the Regina Association of Basketball Officials and, in 1972, became a founding member and first Read more →

  • Daisy Junor

    In 1945, Daisy Junor was scouted by the All American Girls Professional Baseball League to play with the South Bend Blue Sox team in Indiana.  Between 1946 and 1949, Daisy was an all-star fielder and power hitter for the team. Read more →

  • Simes Lisa

    Lisa Simes

    Lisa began her gymnastics career in Regina with the Queen City Gymnastics Club and went on to become a provincial gymnastics champion in Saskatchewan from 1988 to 1992 and in Ontario from 1994 to 1995. She was the Western Canadian Read more →

  • Claire (Ehman) Lovett

    Claire Lovett won the Vancouver Lawn Tennis and Badminton Club title a total of 16 times between 1945 and 1967. She won the Canadian Ladies’ Singles Badminton Championship in 1947 and 1948 and was the ladies’ doubles badminton champion in Read more →

  • Keith Rever

    Keith Rever

    Keith Rever has been involved in golf for many years. He won the city amateur championship nine times; the Saskatchewan Amateur Golf Championship in 1959 and 1962; was a member of nine Willingdon Cup teams 1959 and 1962-1969, including the Read more →

  • Young Andy

    Andrew “Andy” Young

    Andrew “Andy” Young had a successful athletic career.  In football, Andy participated in midget, juvenile, and junior levels. He joined the Regina Pats Junior Football Club before playing for the Regina Roughriders from 1932 to 1937, winning western titles and Read more →

  • Shepherd

    Thomas “Tom” Shepherd

    Regina born Tom Shepherd has never put on a uniform for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, but he has been one of the most valuable players for the team over the years. Tom’s commitment to the team and efforts to raise funds Read more →

  • Phillips Kent

    Kent Phillips

    Kent Phillips played football for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies.  Upon graduation, he was appointed Associate Professor at the university and continued his involvement with football as the coach of the Huskies. Kent became heavily involved in the work of Read more →

  • Livingstone Scotty

    R.C. “Scotty” Livingstone

    Prior to the Second World War, Scotty Livingstone played junior hockey for the Regina Abott Generals, and attended the New York Rangers Hockey Camp.  Unfortunately due to a serious war disability, Mr. Livingstone’s playing days were over. Coaching hockey and Read more →

  • Don King

    Don King played three years of Regina Intercollegiate Football League before joining the Regina Junior Dales, Western Canadian Junior Champions in 1939. In 1940, this lineman began a six-year involvement with the Saskatchewan Roughriders as a player, coach and administrator. Read more →

  • James Gerry

    Gerry James

    Gerry James joined the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 1952 as the youngest CFL player at age 17.  During his eleven years with Winnipeg, James won four Grey Cups and rushed for over 1,000 yards in 1955 and 1957. He won Read more →