• Ford

    Alan “Al” Ford

    Regina born Al Ford was the consummate all-star athlete in high school, but it wasn’t until his university basketball coach saw him punting a football and recommended he switch sports that his athletic legacy truly took off. Boasting a twenty-eight Read more →

  • Clarke Bill

    Bill Clarke

    Bill Clarke began his sports career while at Scott Collegiate in Regina. As well as playing football, he skipped the curling team to the South Saskatchewan title in 1949 and went on to win the Sifton Trophy the next year Read more →

  • Charlton Ken

    Kenneth “Ken” Charlton

    A true Saskatchewanian, Ken Charlton was born, raised and educated in Regina. Charlton’s impressive football career began at Central Collegiate in 1933. After high school he joined the Regina West Ends in 1938, then played with the Regina Dales for Read more →

  • Mary “Bonnie” Baker

    Mary Baker was born in Regina, July 10th, 1919. She has been actively involved in sport in our province since the age of 13 when she started playing softball with the local minor league teams. In 1943 when P.K. Wrigley Read more →

  • Stacy Singer

    Stacy Singer became the youngest World Baton Twirling Champion in history in 1985 when she won the junior (under 14) division at the age of eight. From 1985 until her retirement from competition in 1993, Stacy placed first at every Read more →