• Murray Piere

    Monsignor Athol “Pere” Murray, O.C.

    Athol Murray became parish priest at Wilcox in 1927. After founding the College of Notre Dame there, the school became a force in provincial high school athletics. In the early days and for many subsequent years, Father Murray was the Read more →

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    Tom “Scotty” Melville

    Tom Melville’s involvement with amateur sports spans five decades and numerous sports. Melville has played a major role in many sports: as the secretary-manager of the Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association for 16 years; as an ardent booster of amateur baseball; Read more →

  • Lofstrom Karin

    Karin Lofstrom

    Photo Credit: Marie – Chantale Ledoux Karin Lofstrom competed nationally in both field hockey and ice hockey while she was a student at the University of Saskatchewan, but it was the example set by then-faculty member Pat Lawson that would Read more →

  • Lawson Patricia

    Patricia “Pat” Lawson

    Pat Lawson won provincial open titles in tennis, track and field, speed skating, swimming, and basketball. Pat went on to win national championships in two sports, speed skating and basketball. In speed skating, she was Canadian intermediate and senior champions Read more →

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    Joseph Kanuka

    Joe Kanuka joined the board of directors of the Regina Rams Football Club in 1960, and served as president in 1966. In 1967, he became a director of the Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club. He was the 1968 founding president of Read more →

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    Rollin “Roly” Howes

    Roly Howes is best known for his community service and his contributions to the development of amateur sport in Saskatchewan. He has served as president of a number of community and sport organizations. Roly was an avid supporter of the Read more →

  • Hamilton Jack.GE.P

    J.W. “Jack” Hamilton

    As an administrator, Jack Hamilton was associated with baseball, rugby, athletics and hockey. In hockey, Jack was the Governor of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. Jack served as a member of the Canadian Olympic Committee for 17 years (1931 – Read more →

  • Clarence Garvie

    Clarence “Gar” Garvie

    Clarence Garvie was a teacher, administrator and coach in Saskatoon for over 30 years. He starred as an athlete during his years at the University of Saskatchewan and was a member of eight varsity teams to win a major athletic Read more →

  • Elliot Eldon

    Eldon Elliott

    Eldon Elliott, born in 1924, began his career as the first sports director at CJNB radio station in North Battleford, Saskatchewan. For over 30 years his voice has been synonymous with amateur sport in northern Saskatchewan. Elliott’s extreme interest in Read more →

  • Tony Cote

    Antoine “Tony” Cote, S.O.M.

    A recipient of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit, Tony Cote has spent a lifetime in service to his community, his province and his country. Furthermore, he has shown that sport can serve to elevate not only an individual, but society Read more →

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    Clarence Bligh

    Clarence Bligh, the founding chairman of the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame, had a wide and varied career in amateur sport. As an active participant, he earned a number of provincial boxing and wrestling junior heavyweight championships. In Saskatchewan’s jubilee Read more →

  • Bath Leonard

    Leonard “Doc” Bath

    Leonard “Doc” Bath, spent 49 of his 85 years teaching, training and coaching many types of sports to juniors, adults and seniors in the city of Weyburn. Bath was a champion track and field athlete in 1908 at Summerset, England Read more →

  • David Wall, Sr.

    As a blind sports competitor, David Wall excelled at track and field and golf, winning provincial, national, and international titles.  In 1975 and 1976, David was on the organizing committee for Team Saskatchewan leading up to the first Canadian National Read more →

  • John “Mel” Kerr

    Mel Kerr was a superb baseball player and an all-round athlete. In 1922 and 1923, Mel was the province’s individual track and field champion, and Saskatoon’s Singles Tennis Champion. Kerr was a member of the 1927 Western Canadian Champion Saskwanis Read more →

  • John F. “Jack” Stewart

    John Francis “Jack” Stewart is a name synonymous with sport and recreation, particularly football in Saskatchewan and Canada for over 50 years. Jack played guard for the Ottawa Rough Riders during the 1933 and 1934 seasons.  After World War II, Read more →