Sports News

Monday's scoreboard

By paNOW Staff
April 30, 2012 - 6:29am Updated: April 30, 2012 - 10:34am

ANAVET CUP

 

Humboldt       4       Portage      0

(Broncos win best of 7 final 4-3)

 

 

PRAIRIE GOLD JUNIOR LACROSSE PRESEASON 

 

Prince Albert Predators     12     Saskatoon Steelers    4

 

 

Back row l-r, Regan Wilton, Adam Osczevski, Matt Anholt, Miles Warkentine, front, Michael Statchuk, Adam Fauchoux, Brett Njaa.
Back row l-r, Regan Wilton, Adam Osczevski, Matt Anholt, Miles Warkentine, front, Michael Statchuk, Adam Fauchoux, Brett Njaa.

Mintos celebrate successes at banquet, and say goodbye to those leaving

By Jeff D'Andrea
April 29, 2012 - 12:45am Updated: April 29, 2012 - 11:05am

“Once a Minto, always a Minto.”

It’s an old motto the Prince Albert Mintos use at this time of year, its graduating players know that no matter what they’re moving onto, they’ll always support of a tightly-knit hockey family back in PA.

Saturday scoreboard

By paNOW Staff
April 28, 2012 - 10:49am

WHL

Moose Jaw 1 VS. Edmonton 4 (Edmonton advances to final against Portland)

ANAVET CUP FINAL (WESTERN CANADA JUNIOR-A HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP)

The race is on for the Anavet Cup with the Humboldt Broncos taking on the Portage Terriers.

Friday's scoreboard

By paNOW Staff
April 27, 2012 - 6:44am

WHL

 

Portland        4         Tri City        1

(Winterhawks win best of 7 Western Final 4-0)

 

ANAVET CUP

 

Portage          1      Humboldt         0

(Broncos lead best of 7 Final 3-2)

Graham Pedersen and Jordan Gabriel-Cannon of Carlton, pose with Logan Darbyshire of St. Mary. paNOW photo by Jeff D’Andrea
Graham Pedersen and Jordan Gabriel-Cannon of Carlton, pose with Logan Darbyshire of St. Mary. paNOW photo by Jeff D’Andrea

PA sends three to the Senior Bowl

By Jeff D'Andrea
April 27, 2012 - 6:18am

This year’s crop for the 2012 Ed Henick Senior Bowl high school football game will be P.A. heavy as Jordan Gabriel-Cannon and Graham Pedersen will represent the Carlton Crusaders, and Logan Darbyshire will represent the St. Mary Marauders.

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