• 1996 Saskatoon Hilltops Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1996. The regular season got off to a slow start.  In their first game, the Hilltops lost to the Edmonton Wildcats 34-24.  They followed that with an unimpressive 14-14 tie game against the Regina Rams.  Read more →

  • 1948 New York Rangers

    Duncan “Dunc” Fisher

    As a young man growing up in Regina, Saskatchewan, Dunc Fisher was a natural athlete.  He was a competitive swimmer, quarterback of the Balfour Technical School football team, a runner on the track team, and shortstop on the baseball team.  Read more →

  • Scott Reeves

    Scott Reeves

    Originally from Langenburg, Saskatchewan, Scott Reeves first moved to Saskatoon to complete his grade twelve year at Bedford Road Collegiate. It was there that he took up the sport of wrestling. While he had competed in other sports prior to Read more →

  • Yoon Sang Ha

    Yoon Sang Ha

    Born in Seoul, South Korea in 1972, Master Yoon Sang Ha has spent virtually his entire life committed to the sport and discipline of Taekwondo. As the son of Grandmaster Kee Ha, he became part of a family tradition from Read more →

  • Ron Walsh

    At the age of 27, Ron Walsh noticed an ad in the University of Saskatchewan’s newspaper asking for volunteers to referee games for an intramural eight-man football league – no experience necessary.  He decided to give it a try.  It Read more →

  • Richard “Rick” Reelie

    Rick Reelie’s athletic career has taken him from competitor in several different wheelchair sports to mentor and coach to a new generation of athletes.  Along the way, he has had a great deal of success. In wheelchair rugby, he was Read more →

  • Carey Nelson

    One of Western Canada’s most distinguished long-distance runners, Carey Nelson’s athletic career began in his native Saskatoon.  It would eventually take him around the world as a competitor in several international Track and Field and Cross-Country championships, including the Olympic Read more →

  • Clayton Gerein

    In 1982, Clayton Gerein suffered an accident while training racehorses and was left without the use of his legs but his competitive spirit remained intact.  Within two years of his accident, Clayton was competing at an international level. He competed Read more →

  • Robert Sawatzky

    Robert “Bob” Sawatzky

    Bob Sawatzky began playing softball in elementary school in his hometown of Hague, Saskatchewan. He took to the sport right away, playing all through his school years. By the time he was in high school, he had become a formidable Read more →

  • Tony Cote

    Antoine “Tony” Cote, S.O.M.

    A recipient of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit, Tony Cote has spent a lifetime in service to his community, his province and his country. Furthermore, he has shown that sport can serve to elevate not only an individual, but society Read more →