• 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 →

  • Brian Claypool

    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 →

  • Bryan Nicurity

    Since 1962, Bryan Nicurity has been a capable basketball administrator and official. From 1967 to 1972, he served on the executive and was President of the Regina Association of Basketball Officials and, in 1972, became a founding member and first Read more →

  • Stanley “Hub” Gutheridge

    Stanley first played basketball in the Moose Jaw YMCA about 1919 at the age of 14.  He took part in the Y’s house league, then in the men’s city league, and later in inter-city competition with Regina. In 1946, Hub Read more →

  • Lorne Prentice Dec97 Jr World Champions

    Loren Prentice

    Thanks to Loren Prentice, athletes in Saskatchewan have made a lot of racquet over the years. For more than 25 years he has coached racquetball players in the province, leading them to success on the court. As the provincial coach Read more →

  • Andy Zwack

    Andy Zwack has been part of the Canadian baseball scene since 1931.  In Saskatchewan, he introduced the concept of umpire schools. He is best known for his contribution to umpire development and has held senior positions at all levels of 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 →

  • David Shury, Q.C.

    Dave Shury grew up in the Wilkie area where he played and developed his passion for baseball at an early age.  In the mid 1950s, Shury became involved in the administrative side of his sport by organizing and managing several 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 →

  • Black Jean

    Jean Black

    Born in Armdale, Scotland in 1912, Jean Black arrived in Canada in 1947 and moved to Regina in 1964. Jean’s contribution to lawn bowling is evident not only by her expertise on the greens, but also by the growth of 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 →

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    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 →

  • Richard ”Rick” Jorgensen

    Rick achieved a fifth degree black belt and served as chief instructor with the Midwest Karate Association in Regina. He was involved with the founding of the Saskatchewan Karate Association (SKA) in 1977 and served as president for 14 years Read more →