• 1975 Regina Rams Football Club

    Accomplishments:  Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1975 For the first time since 1970 the Regina Rams failed to finish first in the Manitoba Saskatchewan Junior Football League. They finished the regular season with a 6 – 3 record, leaving them to face Read more →

  • 1976 Regina Rams

    1976 Regina Rams Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1976. The goal of 1976 was to make it one to remember for head coach, Gordon Currie, as it would be his last season with the Rams after ten successful years with the program. The Read more →

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    1973 Harvey Mazinke Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Men’s Curling Champions, 1973. Well known in the sport of curling since 1968 Harvey Mazinke and his rink of Bill Martin (third), George Achtymichuk (second) and Dan Klippenstein (lead) epitomize the dual qualities of outstanding ability and fine Read more →

  • 1971, 1972 and 1973 Vera Pezer Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Ladies’ Curling Champions, 1971, 1972, 1973. Vera Pezer and her rink of Sheila Rowan (third), Joyce McKee (second) and Lenore Morrison (lead) hold a unique place in the history of ladies curling. Representing the Sutherland Ladies’ Curling Club Read more →

  • Donison Sebastion

    Sebastian “Butch” Donison

    Butch Donison, the youngest of the Donison brothers, was born near Avonlea, Saskatchewan. His career as a wrestler spanned fifteen years during which time he compiled an outstanding record. Donison was the first Canadian wrestler to have competed in every Read more →

  • Lee Donison

    Lee Donison

    Lee Donison is the eldest of the wrestling Donison brothers and was raised near Avonlea, Saskatchewan. Although better known as a boxer, he was also an outstanding wrestler. He won the Provincial Heavyweight wrestling championship four consecutive years between 1953 Read more →

  • Danny Donison

    Born in the Avonlea District of Saskatchewan in 1932, Danny Donison had an outstanding career in the sport of wrestling, both as an athlete and as a builder. Donison began wrestling in 1950 at the old YMCA in Regina, under Read more →

  • Catherine “Cathy” Wedge

    Catherine Wedge began riding at the Saskatoon Pony Cub at the age of eight. She started competing internationally in 1969, and that year won the Working Hunter Championship at the Seattle International Horse Show. As a member of the Three-day Read more →

  • Gil Strumm

    Gilbert “Gil” Strumm

    While Gil Strumm enjoyed a successful playing career as a centre fielder, spanning twenty-two years playing with Saskatoon, Regina and Swift Current ball teams, it was his ability and record as a coach that will long be remembered. Gil started Read more →

  • Zerman Joseph

    Joseph “Joe” Zeman

    Joe Zeman’s efforts have made a significant contribution to a wide range of sports at all age levels, including baseball, hockey, curling, soccer, softball, flag football, and track and field. As a qualified coaching instructor in baseball and hockey, Joe 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 →

  • Robert “Bob” Arn

    Robert “Bob” Arn was born in Kinistino, Saskatchewan. Although he played only a year of organized amateur football he is considered one of the outstanding builders of the game. In 1940 he began his lengthy coaching career at City Park Read more →