• Watson Harold

    Harold “Harry” Watson

    At 18 years of age, Harold “Harry” Watson joined the professional ranks with the Brooklyn Americans (1942/43), of the National Hockey League (NHL).  After 1 year, the Detroit Red Wings claimed him, and then the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) Read more →

  • 1978 Saskatoon Hilltops Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1978. The 1978 Saskatoon Hilltops won their sixth National Junior Championship by winning all 15 games in their season under Head Coach, Paul Schoenhals, with assistants Dean Dickson, Kevin Scott, Gord Simle, and the late Read more →

  • Germann Frank

    Frank Germann

    Born in Qu’Appelle, sport began for Frank Germann when he entered Notre Dame College at age 13. As a student, he played and coached baseball, football and hockey. Over the next 51 years Germann would continue his involvement and coaching Read more →

  • Gordon Garvie

    Garvie was born into an athletic family, as the son of Violet and fellow Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame inductee, Clarence Garvie. Early interests were hockey, baseball, football and track and field. Besides instruction from his dad, he benefited from Read more →

  • Dr Robert Hodges

    Dr. Robert “Bob” Hodges

    Born in Saskatoon in 1943, Robert first began collecting titles at the age of 13. He monopolized the local and provincial scene for a span of nine years, winning seven city and provincial outdoor men’s senior speed skating championships. Hodges Read more →

  • Laura Malesh

    Laura Malesh

    Laura started her catching career with the Assiniboia Belles and the Regina Govins. In 1954, she played with the Regina Legion at the nationals and won All-American honours with a batting average of .368. Laura played in Vancouver (1956 through Read more →

  • Nixon Howard

    Dr. Howard Nixon, O.C.

    As an undergraduate at U.B.C., he was an outstanding athlete, competing in football, swimming, gymnastics, and wrestling. 1952 saw him return to Saskatoon and the University of Saskatchewan as wrestling and swimming coach. Dr. Nixon has given over 40 years Read more →

  • Jim Scissons

    James “Jim” Scissons

    Jim Scissons began his golf fame by taking the provincial junior title in 1960. Jim was Saskatoon City Golf Champion six times (1964-1966, 1968, 1969, and 1971) and Central Saskatchewan Champion seven times (1962, 1964-1968, and 1971). On a provincial Read more →

  • Taylor Neil

    Neil J. “Piffles” Taylor

    As a member of the 1915 Regina Rugby Club Piffles, Taylor led the team to the Western Rugby Championships in 1913, 1914, and 1915.  In 1919, he won the coveted Hugo Ross Trophy. Taylor became the president of the Regina Read more →