• Prystai Metro

    Metro Prystai

    Metro Prystai played bantam and midget hockey in Yorkton, but it was with the Moose Jaw Canucks that he made a name for himself (1943/44-1946/47).  The team was the Western Canadian Junior champions in 1945 and 1947. In 1947, Prystai Read more →

  • Emile Francis

    Emile Francis

    Emile Francis was well known throughout the province, his hockey and baseball roots stemming from North Battleford. Francis played his junior hockey career with the Moose Jaw Canucks and from there joined the National Hockey League’s (NHL) Chicago Blackhawks at Read more →

  • 1970 Dorenda Schoenhals Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Ladies’ Curling Champions, 1970. In 1970, Saskatoon’s Nutana Curling Club products Dorenda Schoenals (skip), Cheryl (Stirton) Zipper (third), Linda (Burnham) Seaman (second) and Joan Andersen (lead) became the youngest team ever to compete in the Ladies Canadian Curling Read more →

  • Kathleen (Rollo) Seaman

    Kathleen Seaman held the Saskatoon and provincial age group titles in diving from 1964 to 1969 (ages 13 to 18) and was open champion for the one and three-metre boards between 1967 and 1972. Between 1967 and 1972, Kathy entered Read more →

  • Cas Pielak

    Cas Pielak was a player and coach before turning his attentions to the administration of sport. In 1972, Pielak became the president of the Saskatchewan Baseball Association, establishing a central office for the province.  Cas was president of Baseball Canada, Read more →

  • Arleene (Johnson) Noga

    Arleene Noga began playing softball in high school.  In 1945, she was scouted from Regina and tried out for the All American Girls Professional Baseball League.  Starting with the Fort Wayne Daisies, Noga became a Muskegon Lassie in her second Read more →

  • Daisy Junor

    In 1945, Daisy Junor was scouted by the All American Girls Professional Baseball League to play with the South Bend Blue Sox team in Indiana.  Between 1946 and 1949, Daisy was an all-star fielder and power hitter for the team. Read more →

  • West Dale

    Dale West

    By the age of ten, Dale West was the Canadian Bantam Boys Speed Skating Champion.  In 1960, he was named an alternate for the Winter Olympic Games. He held high school track and field titles in 100-yard and 220-yard sprints, Read more →