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High school soccer regionals hosted in southwest Sask.

Written by  Deb Reamer, Athletic Coordinator
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Don’t forget October 8-14 has been declared School Sport Week in Saskatchewan by the Ministry of Education.  Check out what is happening at your local school!


The southwest will host two regional soccer playoffs.  

The Swift Current Colts will host the 3A boys tournament on October 20 & 21.  Besides the Colts, there will be 2 teams from Prince Albert -  Carleton and St. Mary’s.  Also hosting will be Herbert Laurels girls.  They will share the field between the Comp and Irwin with the Colts.  They will have games on Saturday, October 21.  The visiting 1A girls’ teams include Dalmeny, Martensville and Caronport.  The Herbert Laurels boys will be on the road at Maymont for 1A boys soccer regionals while the Swift Current Ardens will travel to Prince Albert to compete in 3A girls.  The top 2 at each regional will advance to SHSAA provincial soccer on the 27 & 28thof October. 
    The senior girls’ volleyball league had to be cancelled October 3.  The Hazlet host site was re-scheduled for October 5.  Results were:
Hazlet over Hodgeville 25-14, 15-25, 16-14
Hodgeville over Frontier 25-15, 25-20
Frontier over Hazlet 25-19, 26-24
The Consul site has been re-scheduled for Thursday, October 12.
The top 3 in the girls league are:
1st – Hazlet with 21 points
2nd – Hodgeville with 13 points
3rd – Frontier with 13 points
    The senior boys’volleyball league was held October 4 in Vanguard.  Results were:
Vanguard over Ponteix 25-19, 25-23
Shaunavon over Frontier 25-14, 26-24
Frontier over Ponteix 25-15, 25-17
Shaunavon over Vanguard 25-16, 25-20
The boys league standings are:
1st Shaunavon with 12 points
2nd Vanguard with 9 points
3rd Frontier with 3 points
4th Ponteix with 0 points.
    The following is a game summary from Gull Lake Lions’ coach Neal Boutin:
On a beautiful day for 6 man football (October 5), the Caronport Cougars headed down the #1 for a game against the Gull Lake Lions. In the first quarter the defences stayed at home, as the two teams went toe to toe in an all out offensive shootout. By the beginning of the 2nd quarter the score was tied at 32. The rest of the quarter was much the same, and at the half, the Cougars held a slim 45-44 lead, after they hit pay dirt on the last play. An unfortunate injury to Caronport's QB changed the tide of the game in the second half, and the Lions were able to take the lead back and hold on for an 80-63 victory.
In 9 man football action under the lights on October 6, the Shaunavon Shadows defeated Indian Head 37-26.
Upcoming high school sports:
Oct 10 – 12 man football – Estevan @ Swift Current Colts
Oct 10 – senior girls volleyball league at Hazlet and Maple Creek
Oct 12 – girls soccer league semi finals
Oct 12 – senior girls volleyball league rescheduled at Consul
Oct 13 – 6 man football Gull Lake @ LCBI
Oct 13 – 9 man football Fort Qu’Appelle @ Maple Creek
Oct 13 – boys soccer league semi finals
Oct 14 – SHSAA provincial cross country at Turtleford
Oct 14 – 12 man football quarter finals

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