• Pottage Dennis

    Dennis Pottage

    During his years in hockey, Dennis Pottage didn’t care who won the games. Instead, he was concerned with how the games were played. As one of Saskatchewan’s top officials, he helped develop hockey officiating on the local, provincial, national and Read more →

  • 1995 Regina Rams Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1995 Some people consider the number 13 bad luck. In 1995, it was a number the Regina Rams Football Club eagerly embraced. On the strength of Canadian junior football titles the previous two years, the Read more →

  • 1994 Regina Rams Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1994 After coming off of their success as the 1993 Canadian Junior Football Champions, the 1994 Regina Rams were keen to collect their 12th national championship. With a proud tradition, winning ways and strong roots Read more →

  • 2003 Nancy Kerr Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Senior Women’s Curling Championship, 2003; World Senior Women’s Curling Championship, 2003 Nancy Kerr’s curling team took on the province and country in 2003. Then they took on the world. By the end of the season the Regina foursome Read more →

  • Jim Clunie

    James “Jim” Clunie

    Jim Clunie grew up on the Prairies, but he soared to new heights on the water. From Saskatchewan to sites around the world, he leaped to international acclaim in the sport of water skiing. Clunie was first introduced to the Read more →

  • Henry “Hank” Lorenzen

    Hank Lorenzen played nearly every position in volleyball. Instead of a setter, outside hitter, middle hitter or libero, he was an athlete, coach, official and administrator. On and off the court, he has been helping build the sport in Saskatchewan Read more →

  • Ray Remmen

    Ray Remmen drove from Saskatoon to New Jersey, with a few stops in between. The journey took him more than 20 years. Remmen’s harness racing career began at the age of eight when he started jogging and driving horses for Read more →

  • Keith McLean

    Keith McLean

    Keith McLean spent many years playing softball, but his biggest contributions to the sport may have come off the field. For more than 40 years he has been an instrumental part of softball in Saskatchewan. McLean spent many years on Read more →

  • Melvin “Mel” Coleman

    Melvin “Mel” Coleman

    Mel Coleman won his first rodeo trophy in 1967. More than 30 years later he was still collecting awards, as well as an assortment of bumps, bruises and other injuries. In the process, he became one of the top cowboys Read more →

  • Lorne Prentice Dec97 Jr World Champions

    Loren Prentice

    Thanks to Loren Prentice, athletes in Saskatchewan have made a lot of racquet over the years. For more than 25 years he has coached racquetball players in the province, leading them to success on the court. As the provincial coach Read more →

  • steve michaluk

    Steven Michaluk

    Steven Michaluk started playing lacrosse in Sturgis, but the sport would eventually take him far from home. Michaluk was a dominant force in the sport for years as he travelled the country and beyond playing in national championships and other Read more →