• 1953 Saskatoon Hilltops Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1953. The Saskatoon Hilltops have developed a proud tradition since the club was organized in 1947 and it all started in 1953 when the club won their first Canadian championship. This also marked the beginning Read more →

  • 1976 Regina Rams

    1976 Regina Rams Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1976. The goal of 1976 was to make it one to remember for head coach, Gordon Currie, as it would be his last season with the Rams after ten successful years with the program. The Read more →

  • Ron Walsh

    At the age of 27, Ron Walsh noticed an ad in the University of Saskatchewan’s newspaper asking for volunteers to referee games for an intramural eight-man football league – no experience necessary.  He decided to give it a try.  It 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 →

  • 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 →

  • Wilson Fred

    Frederick “Fred” Wilson

    Having spent his early years in Balgonie, Saskatchewan, Frederick “Fred” Wilson began his outstanding athletic career in Regina in 1908.  He joined the Regina Rugby Club in 1913 (the year they won the Western Canada Football Championship) and over the Read more →

  • West Dale

    Dale West

    By the age of ten, Dale West was the Canadian Bantam Boys Speed Skating Champion.  In 1960, he was named an alternate for the Winter Olympic Games. He held high school track and field titles in 100-yard and 220-yard sprints, Read more →

  • Warner Clair

    Clair Warner

    Clair Warner played juvenile football in 1919 and junior football from 1920 to 1924.  In 1925, Clair Warner joined the Regina Roughriders, beginning a career that spanned eight years and included four Grey Cup appearances. Retiring from the playing field Read more →

  • Taylor Neil

    Neil J. “Piffles” Taylor

    As a member of the 1915 Regina Rugby Club Piffles, Taylor led the team to the Western Rugby Championships in 1913, 1914, and 1915.  In 1919, he won the coveted Hugo Ross Trophy. Taylor became the president of the Regina 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 →

  • Shaw Wayne

    Wayne Shaw

    Wayne Shaw began to show his athletic abilities while attending Notre Dame College, where he excelled in track and field, hockey, and football.  Upon graduation, Wayne moved up to the Saskatoon Hilltops and helped them win the Canadian championship in Read more →

  • Reed George

    George Reed, C.M., S.O.M.

    George Reed played college football at Washington State and turned professional at age 21 with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.  As a professional, George amassed a number of records, the most impressive of which are: most yards gained while rushing (16,116); the Read more →

  • Preston Ken

    Kenneth “Ken” Preston

    Ken Preston played with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers as a fullback, and helped the Bombers to win the 1941 Grey Cup. In 1946, Ken was back in Regina, and devoted the next ten years as a part-time manager of the 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 →

  • Molle Bob

    Robert “Bob” Molle

    In 1980, he won the provincial heavyweight championship in wrestling. Molle’s wrestling career included four Canadian heavyweight championships; a fifth place at the 1983 world championships; a bronze medal at the 1983 Pan American Games; a bronze medal at the Read more →