After the Prince Albert Northern Bears fell 4-2 to the Saskatoon Stars Sunday night at the Art Hauser Centre, they see themselves on the brink of elimination from the Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League finals.
The Ackerman rink from Regina of lead Colleen Ackerman (left to right), second Mitch Criton, third Deanna Doig and skip Jason Ackerman won the CurlSask Provincial Mixed Championship Sunday at the Prince Albert Golf and Curling Club. Jeff D'Andrea/paNOW Staff
The fourth time was the charm for Regina’s Jason and Colleen Ackerman at the Mixed Provincial champions. After losing out in the last three mixed provincial titles dating back to 2015, they were able to lift the trophy at the Prince Albert Golf and Curling Club on Sunday.
After their 3-2 defeat Saturday at the Art Hauser Centre, the Prince Albert Mintos have their backs against the wall against a team that’s lost just six times in 52 total games this season—the Notre Dame Hounds.
On Friday night after their 5A Girls semifinals defeat to the Aden Bowman Bears, Carlton Crusaders forward Mackenzie Emmerson said she wanted her final game in her high school basketball career to be a victory and a Hoopla medal.
Coming in as the top-ranked team from Saskatoon in the 5A Girls division, the Aden Bowman Bears can be intimidating for any opponent they will face at the 2018 Hoopla high school basketball provincials this weekend in Prince Albert.
The Carlton Crusaders didn’t disappoint the red, rowdy and rambunctious CPAC crowd on Thursday night. The Crusaders tipped off their 2018 Hoopla journey with a 76-55 win over the Riffel Royals from Regina in the 5A Girls division.
It’s the 39th Hoopla Provincial High School Basketball Championships tournament and the first in Prince Albert since 1996, but the Carlton Crusaders senior girls are ready to take on their role as host.
March 16, 2018 - 10:07pmUpdated: March 17, 2018 - 8:46am
When Prince Albert Raiders head coach Marc Habscheid gets frustrated, he can usually hide it pretty well behind a joke or a few hockey clichés. But Habscheid had no intentions of concealing his feelings after the Raiders fell 2-1 to the Saskatoon Blades on Friday at the Art Hauser Centre.