• Joe Most

    In 1964, Joe was a member of the Saskatchewan team with Red Glasser that won the National Double Championship in Winnipeg.  Throughout the years, Joe has been on the provincial team four times, has won the provincial doubles, city doubles, Read more →

  • Anton “Red” Glasser

    A bowler for 30 years, Anton “Red” Glasser has won many singles and doubles events.  He won the Canadian Singles Championship in 1962. With his partner, Joe Most, he won the Canadian Doubles title in 1964.  At this time, he Read more →

  • Frank Boehm

    Ten pin bowling was almost a forgotten sport in Saskatchewan until Frank Boehm started making his presence felt in the early 1960s. He won provincial singles championships in 1964, 1965 and 1970 and added the national crown to those titles Read more →

  • 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 →

  • Ed and Ron George

    Ronald “Ron” George

    Ronald George and his father, Ed, dominated the rifle shooting sport in Saskatchewan from 1951 to 1971. Ron was a member of the first Canadian team to win all the international team prizes at the 1969 Bisley Matches. In the Read more →

  • Zasada Tony

    Anthony “Tony” Zasada

    Zasada was 16 years old when he first wandered down to the Regina Rowing Club on Wascana Lake. While offering a humorous word, he always gave everything in training and competition. Unquestionably, he gained the respect of his fellow oarsmen Read more →

  • Ed and Ron George

    William Edison “Ed” George

    Ed George is an internationally renowned target rifle shooter, coach and disciple of shooting and sportsmanship. He was responsible for encouraging many new shooters into the sport. One such shooter was his son, Ron, who competed against him and shot Read more →

  • Melvin “Mel” Coleman

    Melvin “Mel” Coleman

    Mel Coleman won his first rodeo trophy in 1967. More than 30 years later he was still collecting awards, as well as an assortment of bumps, bruises and other injuries. In the process, he became one of the top cowboys Read more →

  • Alison Lang

    Alison Lang played high school basketball at Walter Murray Collegiate and by grade 12 was on Canada’s senior basketball team.  That year, in 1979, Alison and the Canadian national team won bronze medals at both the Pan American Games and Read more →

  • Claypool Brian

    Brian Claypool

    Brian Claypool was born in Lucky Lake and raised in Saskatoon. His interest in rodeo blossomed at an early age with Brian entering “buckin’ pony” events at rodeos where Brian’s dad was entered in the chuckwagon races. By age 13, Read more →

  • Dewald, Laura

    Laura Dewald

    Laura Dewald excelled in the sport of lawn bowling – on and off the bowling green. Emigrating from Dublin, Ireland, Laura’s success began at the local level, winning the Regina Lawn Bowling Club Championship in 1993, 1996, 2002, 2003, and Read more →

  • Clayton Harold

    Harold Clayton

    Harold Clayton has had many achievements in lawn bowling and has contributed to the growth of the sport in Saskatchewan. As a competitor Clayton won the Provincial Singles Lawn Bowling Championship five times between 1957 and 1969. Clayton was the Read more →

  • Terrance “Terry” Puhl

    After dominating provincial baseball, Terry Puhl signed with the Houston Astros, in 1973, at age 17.  His 15-year pro career began in 1977, playing 14 seasons with the Astros, and winning three divisional titles. Puhl’s lifetime numbers include a .280 Read more →

  • steve michaluk

    Steven Michaluk

    Steven Michaluk started playing lacrosse in Sturgis, but the sport would eventually take him far from home. Michaluk was a dominant force in the sport for years as he travelled the country and beyond playing in national championships and other Read more →

  • Peter “Pete” Prediger

    During an athletic career that spanned more than 40 years, Pete Prediger became known as an outstanding competitor, coach and official in baseball and hockey. Prediger was associated with the Neilberg Monarchs for 38 years, as a player, and a Read more →