• 2001 Regina Silver Screen Bruins Broomball Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Men’s Broomball Champions, 2001. The Regina Silver Screen Bruins dominated the Regina league collecting 11 wins and just one tie in their 12-game schedule. Their dominance continued in tournament play with them having no losses while winning events Read more →

  • 1953 Regina Men’s Five-Pin Bowling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Men’s Five-Pin Bowling Champions, 1953. The first ever Canadian Men’s Five-Pin Bowling Championship was held in Regina at the Bolodrome in 1953. Chosen as the western representatives, the Regina team would get to bowl in front of a Read more →

  • 1973 Melville Midget Elks Baseball Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Midget Baseball Champions, 1973. Between 1968 and 1977 Melville baseball teams won eight Provincial championships and two Western Canadian championships.  Their crowning achievement came in 1973, when the Melville Elks won the first ever Canadian Midget Baseball Championships. Read more →

  • James “Jim” Trifunov, C.M.

    James Trifunov took part in the 1924 Paris, 1928 Amsterdam, and 1932 Los Angeles Olympic games. The 1928 games in Amsterdam saw Trifunov obtain his best results, a bronze medal. As both a featherweight and bantamweight, James accumulated a total Read more →

  • Jeff Thue

    Jeff Thue was sixteen years old when he joined Regina’s Underdog Wrestling Club in 1984. He won the 1985 provincial and national Midget Wrestling Championships. The following year he placed second at the National Junior Championships. He won gold at Read more →

  • Scott Reeves

    Scott Reeves

    Originally from Langenburg, Saskatchewan, Scott Reeves first moved to Saskatoon to complete his grade twelve year at Bedford Road Collegiate. It was there that he took up the sport of wrestling. While he had competed in other sports prior to Read more →

  • Donald “Doc” Rawson

    Rawson was an outstanding athlete, a successful coach and a founding father of wrestling in Saskatchewan. Donald was a member of the University of Toronto Wrestling Team from 1922 to 1928. During this period, he won the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Read more →

  • Dave Pyle

    In 1950, Dave started out on a coaching career, which was to span three decades and see him become one of the most successful wrestling coaches in the country. Starting in 1952, Dave Pyle coached numerous provincial teams in national Read more →

  • Vern Pettigrew

    Vernon Pettigrew

    A member of the Regina YMCA Wrestling Club and the Olympic Boxing and Wrestling Club, Vern Pettigrew wrestled his way to five Canadian Amateur Wrestling Championships in 1933, 1935, 1937, 1939 and 1940. Vernon was a member of the Canadian Read more →

  • Paice Terry.WR.P

    Terrence “Terry” Paice

    At 13 years of age, Terry Paice was a silver medal winner in the Provincial Men’s Open Wrestling Championships, the beginning of a long list of accomplishments. In 1972, he won the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union (CIAU) gold medal for Read more →

  • Ronald “Ron” Moncur

    Ron began wrestling as a high school student in Kitchener. In 1976, Ron became Ontario wrestling champion in his weight division. This was to be the first of 13 consecutive provincial championships in three different provinces (Ontario, Alberta and Saskatchewan). Read more →

  • Earl McCready

    While living in Saskatchewan, Earl established a standard of wrestling achievement that may never be equalled. McCready was the Canadian Heavyweight Wrestling Champion in 1926, 1927, 1928, and 1930, the United States National AAU Heavyweight Champion in 1930, and British Read more →

  • Matheson Dan

    Dan Matheson

    Dan Matheson was Canadian Heavyweight Wrestling Champion in 1923, 1924, 1925, and 1931. In 1919, Dan was instrumental in organizing the Regina YMCA Boxing and Wrestling Club. By 1922, he was club president and worked towards developing the sport in Read more →

  • Robert “Bob” Lowe

    Bob Lowe was a tireless organizer and coach of wrestling programs in Regina schools and with the Northwest/Underdog Wrestling Club for 30 years. In addition to the 300 plus provincial champions under his guidance, Lowe coached over 20 teams to Read more →