• Milne Howie

    Howie Milne

    Howie Milne played junior hockey from 1919 to 1923 and during this period played on 4 provincial championship teams.  In 1927 and 1928, he coached the Regina Monarchs and won the Memorial Cup.  He then began refereeing and in 1933, Read more →

  • McDonald Don

    Donald “Don” McDonald

    Don McDonald is most closely associated with the Saskatoon Hilltops, but junior football players across Western Canada should be thankful for his efforts. Saskatoon born, McDonald began his involvement with the Hilltops as an athlete from 1951-1952. More than 20 Read more →

  • Livingstone Scotty

    R.C. “Scotty” Livingstone

    Prior to the Second World War, Scotty Livingstone played junior hockey for the Regina Abott Generals, and attended the New York Rangers Hockey Camp.  Unfortunately due to a serious war disability, Mr. Livingstone’s playing days were over. Coaching hockey and Read more →

  • Lancaster Ron

    Ronald “Ron” Lancaster

    Ron played college football at Wittenburg College, Ohio. After college, Ron was signed by the Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League (CFL) In 1963, Ron Lancaster came to the Saskatchewan Roughriders.  Ron held CFL records for most yards Read more →

  • Don King

    Don King played three years of Regina Intercollegiate Football League before joining the Regina Junior Dales, Western Canadian Junior Champions in 1939. In 1940, this lineman began a six-year involvement with the Saskatchewan Roughriders as a player, coach and administrator. Read more →

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    Donald “Don” Kent

    Don was introduced to the game of football as a high school athlete. In 1959 he began coaching with Queen City Minor Football but after a few years, picked up a whistle to become a football official.  From 1962 to Read more →

  • James Gerry

    Gerry James

    Gerry James joined the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 1952 as the youngest CFL player at age 17.  During his eleven years with Winnipeg, James won four Grey Cups and rushed for over 1,000 yards in 1955 and 1957. He won Read more →

  • Grassick Greg

    Gordon “Greg” Grassick

    As a student, Greg Grassick played football at McGill University.  Following his McGill years, he became an outstanding halfback and coach with the Regina Roughriders, playing from 1927 until 1932.  During this time the team went undefeated in Western Canada, Read more →

  • Reid Robert

    Dr. Robert Reid

    Robert Reid started playing golf at an early age. By the time he was in college, he was the Inter-collegiate Golf Champion in 1937 and 1938. In Saskatchewan golf history, Dr. Reid has the distinction of winning three major events: Read more →

  • Ford

    Alan “Al” Ford

    Regina born Al Ford was the consummate all-star athlete in high school, but it wasn’t until his university basketball coach saw him punting a football and recommended he switch sports that his athletic legacy truly took off. Boasting a twenty-eight Read more →

  • Dojack Paul

    Paul Dojack

    As a youth, Paul Dojack was instrumental in the formation of the Dales Athletic Club, an organization that spawned many sports teams, but most notably the Regina Dales Football Club. He coached the team to four consecutive Western Canadian Junior Read more →

  • Currie Gordon

    Gordon Currie, C.M.

    Gordon Currie is noted as one of the most successful amateur coaches in our country. In a career that spanned 26 years, Currie coached the Balfour Tech Football Team to eight provincial titles, six of which were in succession. He Read more →

  • Clarke Bill

    Bill Clarke

    Bill Clarke began his sports career while at Scott Collegiate in Regina. As well as playing football, he skipped the curling team to the South Saskatchewan title in 1949 and went on to win the Sifton Trophy the next year Read more →

  • Lederhouse Phil

    Phil Lederhouse

    Phil Lederhouse lost his sight in 1934 at the age of 19. Fifteen years later, in 1950, he took up golf. With no prior experience and six months coaching, Phil won the Canadian Blind Golf Championship in Hamilton. He also Read more →

  • Leddy Jack

    Dr. John “Jack” Leddy

    Jack Leddy’s principal contribution has been as an administrator and developer of the game of golf. On the local scene, Dr. Leddy was instrumental in the encouragement and development of high school and junior golf in Saskatchewan. Dr. Leddy was Read more →