• 1969 Saskatoon Hilltops Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1969 In 1969 the Saskatoon Hilltops set off to win their second consecutive Canadian Junior Football championship. The team had lost a lot of their players from the winning ’68 team along with their coach Read more →

  • 1968 Saskatoon Hilltops Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1968. With leadership from veteran line-backers Don Seaman and Mark Abraham along with rookie quarterback Dave Pickett, the Hilltops set their sights on the Canadian championship. Although Pickett was a rookie he learned and adapted Read more →

  • 1959 Saskatoon Hilltops Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1959. Under the lead of new head coach Ron Tinkler, the 1959 Hilltops went on to win their second consecutive championship. George Werezak led the league in scoring and Brian Casselman was a force to Read more →

  • 1958 Saskatoon Hilltops Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1958. Promoted from line coach to head coach, Johnny Babineau brought back the winning tradition to the Hilltops after many challenging years of not advancing past the league final. With a talented roster full of Read more →

  • 1953 Saskatoon Hilltops Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1953. The Saskatoon Hilltops have developed a proud tradition since the club was organized in 1947 and it all started in 1953 when the club won their first Canadian championship. This also marked the beginning Read more →

  • Gordie Howe

    Gordie Howe, O.C.

    Gordie Howe played for 25 years as a member of the Detroit Red Wings in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1946 to 1971, winning the Stanley Cup 4 times.   Throughout his entire career he played in 1,767 regular season Read more →

  • 1955 Garnet Campbell Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Men’s Brier Curling Champions, 1955. The Garnet Campbell Curling team made history in 1955 as the first Saskatchewan team to win the Canadian Brier Men’s Curling Championship. Keeping it within the family, the team consisted of four brothers Read more →

  • 1970 Saskatoon Imperials Women’s Fastball Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Senior Women’s Fastball Champions, 1970. Coming off a great season in 1969, the Imperials were focused on winning another national title with new coach Gil Strumm. At the national championships, the Imperials faced an undefeated Calgary Timac in Read more →

  • 1969 Saskatoon Imperials Women’s Fastball Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Senior Women’s Fastball Champions, 1969. In 1967 the Saskatoon Imperials moved up to the Senior “A” division.  Coach and Manager who formed the team, Gail Hopkins, stepped back from coaching and brought in Bob Stayner as coach.  It Read more →

  • 1938 Regina Rowing Club Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Fours Rowing Champions, 1938. The Regina Rowing Club had never entered the prestigious Henley regatta, let alone won but in 1938 the team comprised of Harry Duckett (bow), Newt Hughes (second), Dick Priest (third), and Jack Peart (stroke) Read more →

  • 1964 Saskatchewan Willingdon Cup Golf Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Willingdon Cup Team Golf Champions, 1964. History was made in 1964, as it marked the first time that a Saskatchewan golf team had won the Interprovincial Willingdon Cup team title. The team consisted of Alec Bland (the non-playing Read more →

  • Audrey (Jones) Turner

    Audrey Turner first gained recognition by winning the Saskatchewan Junior Diving title in 1937 and retained the title in 1938.  Turner went on to become the Saskatchewan Senior Champion nine times between 1939 to 1948. She also became a three-time Read more →

  • Ernest “Ernie” Richardson, C.M.

    Ernie Richardson skipped the all-Richardson rink of brother, Sam; cousins, Wes and Arnold to the 1959 Canadian Men’s Curling Championship and the first World Curling title also in 1959. The World’s were played in Scotland. Ernie successfully retained both the Read more →

  • Warner Clair

    Clair Warner

    Clair Warner played juvenile football in 1919 and junior football from 1920 to 1924.  In 1925, Clair Warner joined the Regina Roughriders, beginning a career that spanned eight years and included four Grey Cup appearances. Retiring from the playing field Read more →

  • 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 →