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1 JANUARY 2018 NEWSLETTER SHSAA EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT: Val Gordon, Eastend EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Jeff Kitts, Moose Jaw Ryan Fowler, Weyburn Barry Croshaw, Watrous Darren Nordell, Edam Kirby Frey, Saskatoon Lance Ford, Regina Shannon Stephenson, Outlook Scott Cory, Hanley Donna Banks, Saskatoon Shelley Sargent, SE Cornerstone EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Lyle McKellar ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Dave Sandomirsky EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT: Jessica Blair Stefanie Lewis SHSAA OFFICE #1-575 Park Street REGINA SK S4N 5B2 Tel: (306) Fax: (306) Web Site: Contents Executive Director's Report... 2 Executive and District Presidents Meetings... 3 Classification Proposal... 3 Sport Advisory Groups... 4 Youth Officials Conference... 4 CIAAA National Conference... 5 Jewellery and Uniforms... 5 Reminders... 6 SHSAA Coaches Card ( ) REGIONAL & PROVINCIAL CURLING REGIONAL WRESTLING PROVINCIAL WRESTLING CONFERENCE & REGIONAL BASKETBALL HOOPLA REGIONAL AND PROVINCIAL BADMINTON PROVINCIAL TRACK & FIELD SUMMER COACHES SYMPOSIUM FALL ACTIVITY RESULTS SHSAA MISSION STATEMENT To promote the positive development of the individual by providing competitive interscholastic athletic activities consistent with the goals of education. January 2018 Page 1

2 Executive Director's Report As we say goodbye to one calendar year and look ahead to the next set of SHSAA sport seasons, the office staff wishes all of you a Happy New Year. We look forward to partnering with you in providing valuable learning opportunities to your student athletes through their involvement in educational athletics. The efforts of many volunteers have allowed thousands of student athletes the opportunity to participate in school sport events this past fall. Tournament hosts, coaches, and officials continue to dedicate countless hours ensuring that learning and growth for students extends beyond the classroom into the extracurricular arenas where citizenship skills, sportsmanship, and athletic accomplishments are enjoyed by all participants. Turtleford School and community took the opportunity to host the provincial cross-country championships as a time to develop a course that will be left as a legacy for the community and area for life long fitness and competition. Community spirit shone through the snowfalls during the football championships as field preparation was a major undertaking. Many of the volleyball host sites arranged for quality live streaming of the championships allowing those not able to travel an opportunity to share in the excitement of the events. The 2017 fall championship season was unique since Remembrance Day fell on a Saturday. Through the cooperation of the Royal Canadian Legion Saskatchewan Command, and our coaches, this weekend was not only a championship weekend but also an opportunity to reflect and pay respect to the men and women who have served, and continue to serve our country during times of war, conflict, and peace. The sponsors of our Association continue to recognize the valuable role that school sport plays in developing the next generation of citizens. The financial and volunteer contributions of our sponsors need to be recognized whenever opportunities exist. Thank you to the major sponsor groups of the SHSAA: Saskatchewan Milk Marketing Board Credit Unions of Saskatchewan Sask Tel University of Saskatchewan University of Regina Sask Sport continues to be the major funder of amateur sport in Saskatchewan through the proceeds of lottery sales. In addition to funding initiatives, Sask Sport looks to enhance sport opportunities in Saskatchewan and has recently begun research and planning into Adaptive Sport Strategies. The SHSAA has asked each district to review adaptive sport occurring in their schools. It is hoped that expanded parasport opportunities and opportunities for students with intellectual disabilities can be fostered by the SHSAA. Later in the newsletter, you will find all of the initial information for the winter and spring activities. You are reminded that the SHSAA website will be your most up to date source of information for host sites, playoff formats, and championship accommodations and results. Please note the changes for regional and provincial wrestling championships. These championships have been adjusted to ensure that there are officials available for each championship. In addition, the host site for the provincial championship has changed from Regina to Saskatoon. We look forward to two visits to Saskatchewan s Gateway to the North. The North Central District is busy preparing to host HOOPLA (March 22-24, 2018) and Track & Field (June 1-2, 2018) in Prince Albert; two of the largest SHSAA championships. January 2018 Page 2

3 Executive and District Presidents Meetings The Executive held their annual December meeting in Saskatoon with the District Presidents, Officials Commissioners, and Athletic Commissioners. A number of championships for the school year were declared open at these meetings and the Executive Council has requested that bids to host for these championships be submitted to the SHSAA office by April 11, The championships that have been declared open are: 1A Boys Soccer 3A Boys Soccer 2A Girls Volleyball Championships that were named or chosen for the school year not previously listed in SHSAA handbook include: Regional Badminton Series B (SE, QV, HC, EC) Melville Cross Country Delisle Regional Curling Series A (SW, SC, WC, RG) Callie Curling Club Regional Curling Series B (SE, EC, QV, HC) Yorkton Regional Curling Series C (NE, NC, ST) Nipawin Regional Curling Series D (NW, BW, CV) Meadow Lake Boys Curling Humboldt 1A Girls Soccer Horizon Central 2A Boys Soccer Chief Poundmaker (North Battleford) 1A Girls Volleyball Fox Valley 1A Boys Volleyball Middle Lake 5A Boys Volleyball PA St. Mary High School The Executive Council would like to thank Drew Hanson (CIAAA), Warren Proctor (Sask Sport), and Faye Matt (Special Olympics Saskatchewan) for sharing their time at the meetings. Drew provided an update on the CIAAA and the National Conference that will be held in Regina this spring (see additional information later in this newsletter). Warren presented information on LTAD; its relationship to school sport and the impact of sport specialization. Faye outlined how Special Olympics can assist in using Unified Sport to provide opportunities enhancing the sporting experience of all students in your school. Classification Proposal The Executive Council began a process in to review classification of school sport in Saskatchewan. In June of 2016, the Classification Sport Advisory Group presented findings on a year long review of classification in Saskatchewan and other jurisdictions. Based on that feedback and other issues arising in school sport, the Executive Council began creating a proposal for a change in the classification of school sport that would become effective in September During the school year, the Executive began to formalize what those changes to classification would look like while receiving feedback from the December 2016 Presidents Meeting and the 2017 AGM in Humboldt. The initial draft of the bylaw changes to be presented at the 2018 AGM in Moosomin has been distributed to the Districts for their review and discussion. Based on feedback that will be received from the Districts, the Executive will continue to evaluate the changes with a final draft to be included in the resolution package published in May The proposed changes will classify schools by the total number of eligible students in grades rather than classifying school teams by activity and the number of gender eligible students. Fall, winter, and spring activities will continue to be classified based on the enrolment numbers submitted on dates currently indicated in the bylaws. The changes will also include a reduction in the number of classifications for volleyball and basketball. There are no proposed changes to the existing playoff structure for the 10 SHSAA activities. January 2018 Page 3

4 The Executive has looked at many items in preparing the changes to the classification bylaws: Consistency o Schools will compete in all SHSAA playoffs against the same group of schools. Currently this is not the case as some activities are classified by gender while other activities are classified by total school enrolment and the classification categories differ from activity to activity. o Other bylaws related to classification will be consistent across all activities (e.g. Grade 8 bylaw will be the same for basketball and volleyball rather than the current practice where some schools are eligible to apply for the use of a grade 8 in basketball but are unable to do so in volleyball). Meeting societal needs o At the 2016 AGM, the SHSAA provincial council recognized the need to address the participation of transgender students in SHSAA activities and in doing so deepened the understanding of gender fluidity and non-gender identity. Classifying schools by total student enrolment rather than gender specific enrolments will help to address questions that may arise with classification by gender when a student chooses to participate with a school team based on a lived gender identity rather than a birth assigned gender. o The SHSAA also provides co-ed team opportunities which are currently classified by the male gender population only. Creating meaningful competition at the local level o The reduction in the number of classifications in volleyball and basketball should: Reduce the amount of travel at the first level of competition although schools have choices during the course of a season in terms of how much travel a team undertakes, the SHSAA as an Association is charged with administering school sport on behalf of the school boards and as such should attempt to schedule playoffs which limit the amount of lost contact time between teachers and students in their classrooms and limit the cost incurred by schools and the student athletes. Greater emphasis on the conference and regional level of playoff the competition during the early stages of playoffs will be increased exposing more student athletes to meaningful competition during the SHSAA playoffs. Conference and Regional competitions will become significant events rather than what is perceived as some as irrelevant weekends on the road to the provincial championship. Despite significant efforts by the SHSAA and a number of PSGB s, the number of officials willing to referee SHSAA playoff competitions continues to decline. Fewer but more competitive tournaments should allow districts a better chance to fill officiating assignments with district officials rather than recruiting from outside of district. Sport Advisory Groups The Executive Council has finalized the members of their respective Sport Advisory Groups for Each group will carry out an annual review of the Association activities in order to assist the Executive Council with maintaining the SHSAA activity policies. The Sport Advisory Groups will consider the many ideas forwarded to them through individual comments, Executive discussions, District meetings, and event evaluation forms. These sport specific focus groups may forward possible policy changes to the Executive Council which will act as the final filter of these suggestions going forward as debate ready resolutions to the SHSAA AGM. Please see the SHSAA website ( for a list of committee members. Youth Officials Conference The SHSAA is once again hoping to offer the Youth Officials Conference. The inaugural conference was held in June The 2018 conference will once again occur in June. The organizing committee continues the planning for the event and each district will be provided with a complete information package in the next few weeks. January 2018 Page 4

5 CIAAA National Conference In partnership with SIAAA and SHSAA, the CIAAA will be hosting the 3rd Annual National Athletic Directors Conference, running April 19-21, 2018 at the Hotel Saskatchewan in Regina, Saskatchewan. The CIAAA National Athletic Directors Conference offers a mixture of content, networking, and social opportunities combining for a dynamic, customizable, Athletic-Director centered professional development experience. The conference will feature 10 Leadership Training Program courses (including the launch of a brand new course), 17 exciting workshop topics to choose from, a conference banquet/keynote address, vendor trade show and an offsite social. Be sure to check out the CIAAA s Certification Program as well as our partnership with Grace College to learn how your LTP courses can be used to earn professional designations and even an MSc in Athletic Administration! You can view the conference brochure by visiting If you are looking for additional sources of funding for your PD opportunities as coaches and athletic directors, please check out the following information from Coaches Association of Saskatchewan Jewellery and Uniforms Based on some inquiries and rulings pertaining to these bylaws and policies, the Executive thought it prudent to remind schools of the expectations. In terms of jewellery, it is important that schools and coaches educate the student athletes about what is acceptable and what is not. The decision of allowing a student to participate should not be left up to the opposition or the game officials. The policy statement on jewellery indicates: For the safety of the competitor and their opponents, all jewellery must be removed for any SHSAA sanctioned interschool athletic event except golf, cross-country, curling and track & field (except high jump and pole vault). Athletes will be allowed to wear unobtrusive plastic retainers for all sanctioned SHSAA events. One of the issues that has occurred is the use of daith piercings. Once again, schools and coaches need to educate students and parents about the jewellery rule. If schools have questions about these piercings, please contact the SHSAA office. Each activity has uniform expectations. Rulebooks can be referenced to determine what those specific expectations will be. As schools are preparing to order new uniforms for their school teams they should become familiar about the activity expectations and the Association expectation when it comes to recognizing sponsors. The following statement appears in the bylaws section of the SHSAA handbook: Acknowledgement of sponsorship on school uniforms shall be limited to one patch measuring no larger than 5 cm by 8 cm. The bylaw is not meant to dissuade local sponsorship, but it does make it clear that the uniform should be a school uniform and that our student athletes are not to be used as billboards for businesses and the such. The final reminder about uniforms is that there were some changes to the undergarment expectations in basketball. The information from FIBA is available on the SHSAA website: ( Once again, it should not be up to the opposition or officials to police these expectations as it should be schools educating students and parents at the school level of what is acceptable and what is not acceptable. Schools with questions about the undergarment expectations and how they might impact special circumstances are encouraged to contact the SHSAA office. January 2018 Page 5

6 Reminders Upcoming events and reminders in addition to those discussed earlier or listed on the SHSAA calendar: Sportsmanship Awards o The SHSAA would like to thank the Saskatchewan Milk Marketing Board for their continued support of these presentations. o In addition to the 24 sportsmanship awards that will be presented from the provincial championship tournaments, there are an additional four sportsmanship awards available to be presented to schools / teams that have displayed characteristics throughout the entire season that are worthy of a sportsmanship award. Nominations for these awards can be forwarded to the SHSAA office. The nomination form is available on the SHSAA website ( SHSAA Message Board o SHSAA Awards o Individuals are encouraged to create an account by contacting the SHSAA office and post information about their tournaments and seasonal results Nominations for SHSAA Awards (Coach, Official, Service, and Merit) should be submitted to the District by the end of April. Sport Advisory Groups and SHSAA Executive Positions o Sport Advisory Groups for will be finalized at June 2018 AGM. Application forms can be found at o SHSAA Executive positions up for election at the June 2018 AGM include: Section I, Section III, Regina, and Officials Representative o Individuals interested in becoming involved with Sport Advisory Groups or the SHSAA Executive are encouraged to contact the SHSAA office. SHSAA Coaches Symposium August 21 22, 2018 in Saskatoon o preliminary information found later in this newsletter Please remember to quote SHSAA School when looking to access the preferred rates offered by various hotel groups (See accommodations at January 2018 Page 6

7 SHSAA Coaches Card ( ) ABOUT THE CARD The purpose of the SHSAA Coaches Card is to show appreciation to those who volunteer their time for the students of Saskatchewan schools. The card is intended for personal or family use but some sponsors may extend their discounts to teams. The principal/athletic director will designate those eligible in the school but we suggest that the following be considered. SCHOOL ATHLETIC COACHES SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS DIRECTORS / SUPERINTENDENTS OF EDUCATION RETIRED COACHES OTHER TEACHERS ACTIVE IN THE INTERSCHOOL PROGRAM CARD EXPIRY The Coaches Card is valid for a period of TWO years. The version (Maroon Card) has expired, as of August 31, 2017 and will not be accepted by the card sponsors. The latest version ( ) is now available from the SHSAA office. Fill out the application form available on-line at or contact our office to place your order. Over 2000 volunteer teacher coaches and others involved in educational athletics held the last edition of the card. COST Cards are available at a cost of $12.00 each and are valid for TWO years (September 1, August 31, 2019). Check out the list of sponsors below. SPONSORS The following COACHES CARD SPONSORS have agreed to offer discounts and values to Coaches Card holders: SHSAA FREE Admission to SHSAA Playoffs & Championships. SHSAA BOUTIQUE - SPORT LOGO 10% discount on SHSAA Boutique merchandise for personal use. Discount only available from Sport Logo office staff directly. ROYAL HOTEL GROUP Rates include breakfast. Call hotel directly to make reservation and quote SHSAA Coaches Card. Rates not valid for Group Bookings. Saskatoon: Quality Inn & Suites - $ Idylwyld Drive North Best Western Blairmore $ Shillington Crescent Best Western Plus East Side $ th Street East Regina: Executive Royal Hotel $ Albert Street South Lloydminster: Royal Hotel $ th Street Best Western Plus Meridian $ th Avenue Westmont Hospitality Group *Rates include complimentary hot breakfast. For Reservations & Group Bookings Call: or *Prince Albert Comfort Inn $ Single / $ Double *Regina Comfort Inn $ Single / $ Double Regina Quality Hotel $94.00 Single / $99.00 Double Regina Delta by Marriott $ Hotel Contact: *Saskatoon Comfort Inn $ Single / $ Double *Swift Current Comfort Inn $99.00 Single / $ Double PIZZA HUT 15% discount on all regular menu prices for personal & team purchases, excluding alcohol. Valid for Dine In, Pick Up and Delivery. Tax & delivery charge extra. CHILIS 15% discount on regular priced menu items excluding alcohol. Offer valid for personal and team use (dine in only) at Regina and Saskatoon locations. January 2018 Page 7

8 SASKATCHEWAN HIGH SCHOOLS COACHES CARD APPLICATION (Please print all information) Please forward a COACHES CARD for the following list of individuals: SEND TO: (School Name / Address) AUTHORIZED BY: Card #1 Card #7 Name: Name: Address: Address: Town/City: Town/City: Card #2 Card #8 Name: Name: Address: Address: Town/City: Town/City: Card #3 Card #9 Name: Name: Address: Address: Town/City: Town/City: Card #4 Card #10 Name: Name: Address: Address: Town/City: Town/City: Card #5 Card #11 Name: Name: Address: Address: Town/City: Town/City: Card #6 Card #12 Name: Name: Address: Address: Town/City: Town/City: Please send COACHES $12 Each Total = Submit to or Fax: or Mail: #1-575 Park Street, Regina SK, S4N 5B2 January 2018 Page 8

9 2018 REGIONAL & PROVINCIAL CURLING Each provincial championship will consist of eight teams scheduled as two pools of four teams in round-robin play format. The top two teams from each pool shall advance to the championship bracket. The eight teams participating at the provincial championships will include the host school and seven other teams that have qualified through the regional championships. The tie-breaking criteria to determine placement in pool play and placement into tie-breaker games shall utilize the Skill Based Team Ranking System (SBTRS). For more information on the tie-breaker and the Saturday schedule of games please refer to the curling activity page of the SHSAA website Regional championships will be held March 2-3, The Regional championships will consist of a six or eight team double knock-out format leading to an A event and B event qualifier to the provincial championship. The only region that may require an A-B playoff to complete the double knock-out competition is the provincial host region. The A-B playoff will only be contested if the provincial host has not won either the A or B event. In the regions without an A-B playoff the A event winner will be considered the Regional champion. Districts should declare their representatives to the Regional Championships and contact the regional commissioners and SHSAA office by Sunday, February 25, Regional commissioners are asked to contact both the SHSAA office and provincial commissioner by Sunday, March 4, 2018 with the names of the schools and team members which have advanced to the provincial championship. REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: March 2 3, 2018 REGION A BOYS GIRLS MIXED (SOUTH CENTRAL) Location: Mosaic Place (Moose Jaw) Mosaic Place (Moose Jaw) Assiniboia Curling Club Contact: Leigh Pethick Leigh Pethick Corbin Froshaug Phone: ext ext Fax: No Fax Machine No Fax Machine Format: 6 team double knock-out leading to an A event and B event qualifier to provincials First Round Games: Bye #1: SW #1 Game #1: SC #1 vs. WC #2 Game #2: SW #2 vs. SC #2 Bye #2: WC #1 Participating Districts South West Deb Reamer South Central Leigh Pethick West Central Lance Morrison and Contacts: ext REGION B BOYS GIRLS MIXED (QU'APPELLE VALLEY AND SOUTH EAST) Location: Maryfield Curling Rink Lemberg Curling Rink Kipling Curling Rink Contact: Barb Swallow Connie Michael June Dash Phone: Fax: Format: 8 team double knock-out leading to an A event and B event qualifier to provincials First Round Games: Game #1: SE #1 vs. QV #2 Game #2: RG #1 vs. EC #2 Game #3: QV #1 vs. SE #2 Game 4: EC #1 vs. RG #2 Participating Districts and Contacts: South East Fred Jerred Qu' Appelle Valley Trevor Viergutz Regina Angela Tillier East Central Lana Stanek-Sebastian January 2018 Page 9

10 REGION C BOYS GIRLS MIXED (HORIZON CENTRAL) Location: Wadena Curling Club Foam Lake Curling Club Foam Lake Curling Club Contact: Rebecca Athmer Debbie Fedak Debbie Fedak Phone: Fax: No Fax Machine No Fax Machine Girls and Mixed Format: 6 team double knock-out leading to an A event and B event qualifier to provincials Girls and Mixed First Round Games: Bye #1: NC #1 Game #1: NE #1 vs. HC #2 Game #2: NC #2 vs. NE #2 Bye #2: HC #1 Boys Format: 8 team double knock-out leading to an A event and B event qualifier to provincials Boys First Round Games: Game #1: NE #1 vs. NC #2 Game #2: HC #1 vs. ST #2 Game #3: NC #1 vs. NE #2 Game 4: ST #1 vs. HC #2 Participating Districts and Contacts: North East Cory Schmaltz North Central Nathan Noble Horizon Central Brian Grest Saskatoon (Boys) Brian Thorstad REGION D BOYS GIRLS MIXED (CENTRAL VALLEY) Location: Blaine Lake Curling Club Allan Curling Club Blaine Lake Curling Club Contact: Karen Fiala Karen Fiala Davin Fischer Bren Hannay Bren Hannay Phone: Fax: Boys Format: 6 team double knock-out leading to an A event and B event qualifier to provincials Boys First Round Games: Bye #1: NW #1 Game #1: BW #1 vs. CV #2 Game #2: NW #2 vs. BW #2 Bye #2: CV #1 Girls and Mixed Format: 8 team double knock-out leading to an A event and B event qualifier to provincials Girls and Mixed First Round Games: Game #1: BW #1 vs. NW #2 Game #2: ST #1 vs. CV #2 Game #3: NW #1 vs. BW #2 Game #4: CV #1 vs. ST #2 Battle West North West Central Valley Saskatoon (Girls and Participating Brad Nemish Kendra Paramchuk Grant Elke Mixed) Districts Brian Thorstad and Contacts: PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: March 9 10, 2018 BOYS GIRLS MIXED Location: Spiritwood Curling Club Ituna Curling Club Rosetown Curling Club Contact: Brad Nemish Cynthia Yanko Jodi Slocombe Phone: Fax: Format: Two pools of four leading to a four team championship bracket Participants: Pool Make-up: Schedule of Events: Host School, additional representative from Region D; Two representatives from each of Regions A, B, and C Host School, additional representative from Region C; Two representatives from each of Regions A, B, and D Pool A - Region A and D champion, Region B and C runner-up Pool B - Region B and C champion, Region A and D runner-up Coaches and Athletes meeting: Friday March 9, 10:00am 8 Minutes of Practice time plus SBTRS: Friday March 9, 10:30 11:00am Opening Ceremonies: Friday March 9 at 2:00pm Host School, additional representative from Region A; Two representatives from each of Regions B, C, and D Please see the following link for Provincial Accommodation: ( January 2018 Page 10

11 2018 REGIONAL WRESTLING DATE Saturday, March 3, 2018 LOCATION Swift Current Comprehensive COMMISSIONER Adam Jackson PHONE FAX ENTRY: 1. All wrestlers from registered schools outside Regina and Saskatoon MUST attend this meet in order to qualify for the Provincial Tournament. 2. Registered schools may enter more than one wrestler per division. 3. Every participating school MUST contact the commissioner and SHSAA Office, with their intent to enter, and indicate the number of competitors by the Sunday preceding the regional tournament. Competitors who have not been pre-registered by their coaches will not be allowed to participate in the tournament. 4. This will be a one-day meet. Weigh-in will be done by . Skin-check will start at 9:00 a.m. and wrestling will begin at 10:00 a.m. 5. The Saskatchewan District team that advances to the Provincial Tournament will consist of up to four qualifiers from this meet per weight division. 6. The coaches present will select the District coaching staff (Head and Assistant Coach). 7. The District Coaches in consultation with the commissioner will select the final district team. WEIGH-IN: A weigh-in will not be held at the Regional tournament. Each wrestler must weigh in at their home school. A school administrator or their designate must certify the weight. Certified weights must be ed to the host commissioner and SHSAA office by 12:00 p.m. on the Thursday preceding the meet (March 1, 2018). Note this procedure is used for the regional meet only. SKIN INSPECTIONS: Skin inspections will begin at 9:00 am. All participants must pass the on-site skin inspection before wrestling. START TIME: The tournament begins at 10:00 am. Three wrestling mats are available for matches. RULES FOR HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING: Please refer to the SHSAA Handbook (pages ), the CAWA rule book, and the Wrestling Activity page on the SHSAA website ( for more information on High School wrestling rules. SCHOOL TEAM COMPETITION: As approved at the June 2015 and June 2016 AGMs there is now a 2A, 3A, and 4A championship for both male and female school teams. ACCOMMODATIONS: For a listing of Swift Current Hotels please check the Tourism Swift Current website the SHSAA website Regional Accommodation. January 2018 Page 11

12 2018 PROVINCIAL WRESTLING DATE March 9 10, 2018 LOCATION Mount Royal, Saskatoon COMMISSIONER Brian Thorstad PHONE FAX ENTRY: Regina, Saskatoon, and District Teams must be declared and entries received by the commissioner and SHSAA office on or before, March 4 th. Changes to original entries must be made by 12:00pm (noon) Thursday, March 8 th. SKIN CHECKS: On site-skin examinations will begin Friday, March 9 th at 11:30am. All wrestlers must clear skin inspection prior to reporting for weigh-in. WEIGH-IN: Weigh-ins will take place on site from 12:00 noon to 1:00pm Friday, March 9 th. Wrestlers must weigh in at this time and make the weight class that they qualified in for the Provincial Championship. WEIGH-IN PROCEDURE: Check scales for the weigh-ins will be available for wrestlers between 11:00 am and 11:30 am. COMPETITION: Wrestling will begin at 4:00pm Friday and continue until approximately 9:00pm. Wrestling will resume Saturday at 9:00am. Information will be provided at the championship as to when the break for the coaches meeting will occur on Saturday and when wrestling will commence following the coaches meeting. Medal presentations for all weight classifications will occur after the final championship bouts have finished. ACCOMMODATION: For a listing of Saskatoon Hotels please check the Tourism Saskatoon website or the SHSAA website Provincial Accommodation. RULES FOR HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING: Please refer to the SHSAA Handbook (pages ), the CAWA rule book, and the Wrestling Activity page on the SHSAA website for more information on High School wrestling rules. January 2018 Page 12

13 2018 CONFERENCE & REGIONAL BASKETBALL CONFERENCE Team Registration and Participation: 1A - 3A classifications o All registered basketball teams have been placed in a conference. 4A classification o There will be no conference tournaments. If necessary, elimination games will be scheduled by the SHSAA office to complete the field of 16 teams for Regional tournaments. 5A classification o There will be no conference tournaments. o Regina and Saskatoon will each advance three teams to the 5A provincial tournament. o Teams outside of Regina and Saskatoon will be placed into a regional tournament that will advance two teams to the 5A provincial tournament. NOTE: If your school is not listed and your school plans on having a team, you must contact the SHSAA office. If your school is listed and your school will not be forming a team or you do not wish to enter the provincial playoff, you must contact the SHSAA office by February 7, The teams designated to each particular conference are available on the basketball activity page of the SHSAA website. The SHSAA office will seed each conference tournament. Draws for the conference tournaments will be available on the SHSAA website on or before March 5, Each coach is to fill out and submit a seeding form (E 16) including their opinion on the seeding of their conference and the province. Seeding forms are due on or before February 28, Any additional results following the February 28 deadline can be submitted to the SHSAA Office. Districts are to notify the SHSAA office of host sites for the conference tournaments they have been assigned. Please check the website periodically to see updates to conferences, including host sites. Conference Tournaments: All conference tournaments will be played the weekend of March 9 10, 2018 and will advance two teams to regional weekend except where indicated on the document listing the conference groupings. As per the resolution passed at the 2008 AGM there will not be a consolation side included in the tournaments. In conferences of four, five, six or seven teams that are designated to advance more than two teams there will be a qualifier bracket to advance the extra teams to regional play. The draw templates for the conference tournaments are available on the basketball activity page on the left side of the SHSAA website. January 2018 Page 13

14 REGIONAL 1A 4A Classifications: Teams will advance from conference play to regional play. The 16 teams that advance to regional play will be seeded 1 to 16 and will be placed in one of four regional tournaments in their classification. Each regional tournament will include a championship and consolation side with the winner of the championship side advancing to HOOPLA. (Friday games at 6:00pm and 8:00pm; Saturday games at 10:00am and 12:00pm) Regional tournament hosts will be named on March 12, Regional tournaments will be played the weekend of March 16 17, Each District Officials Commissioner should prepare to host a minimum of 2 and possibly more Regional Tournaments in their district. Schools interested in hosting a regional basketball playoff are invited to submit a bid to host on or before January 31 st. Send bids to the SHSAA office. 5A Classification: In 5A, Regina and Saskatoon will use city playoffs to advance 3 teams to the provincial tournament while rural 5A teams will advance two teams from a regional tournament. The draw templates for the rural regional tournament is available on the basketball activity page on the left side of the SHSAA website. Regional tournaments will be played the weekend of March 16 17, HOOPLA HOOPLA will be hosted in Prince Albert on March 22 24, A 4A classifications: The four regional champions will play a straight elimination four-team tournament with a consolation side to determine third place. 5A classification: There will be an eight-team tournament composed of three teams from Saskatoon, three teams from Regina, and two teams from the Rural regional tournament. The tournament will have a championship and consolation side. SEEDING OF TEAMS FOR CONFERENCE AND REGIONAL PLAYOFFS Seeding forms (E-16) are due to the SHSAA office on or before February 28, Any additional results following the February 28 deadline can be submitted to the SHSAA Office. The SHSAA office requires written confirmation of season results from ALL BASKETBALL TEAMS. Include results of all games played (tournament, league, and exhibition) including who your opponents were and the result, win or loss. Please include your opinion regarding the seeding of the teams in your conference as well as your opinion regarding the top 8 teams in the province in your classification. January 2018 Page 14

15 BASKETBALL CONFERENCES - BOYS (as of December 20, 2017) Conferences listed below are tentative. Groupings may be revised following the February 7 th withdrawal date. All conferences will advance the bracketed number of teams to the regional tournament. Conference: March 9-10; Regional: March 16-17; HOOPLA: March A BOYS HOST CONFERENCE 1 HOST CONFERENCE 2 HOST CONFERENCE 3 HOST CONFERENCE 4 (1-30) SE Nakoda Oyade - QV NE Almightyvoice - HC NW Birch Narrows - NW SC Central Butte - SC (2) Whitewood - QV (2) Bellevue - HC (2) Buffalo Narrows - NW (2) Coronach - SC Laval - RG Middle Lake - HC Canoe Lake - NW Gravelbourg - SC Fillmore - SE Kinistino - NC Chief Napew - NW Rockglen - SC Gladmar - SE Hudson Bay - NE Hillmond - NW Frontier - SW Rocanville - SE Choiceland - NE Makwa - NW Herbert - SW Stoughton - SE Star City - NE Paradise Hill - NW Davidson - WC HOST CONFERENCE 5 HOST CONFERENCE 6 HOST CONFERENCE 7 HOST CONFERENCE 8 QV Imperial - HC EC Invermay - EC TBA Poundmaker - BW WC Kerrobert - BW (2) Ituna - HC (2) Preeceville - EC (2) Blaine Lake - CV (2) Luseland - BW Cowessess - QV Foam Lake - HC Hepburn - CV Wilkie - BW Kahkewistahaw - QV Kawacatoose - HC Leask - CV Asquith - CV Kakisiwew - QV Kelvington - HC Edam - NW Eatonia - WC Payepot - QV Lake Lenore - HC Glaslyn - NW Eston - WC Peepeekisis - QV Leroy - HC Thunderchild - NW Kenaston - WC Turtleford - NW 2A BOYS HOST CONFERENCE 1 HOST CONFERENCE 2 HOST CONFERENCE 3 HOST CONFERENCE 4 (31-50) QV Churchbridge - EC HC Canora - EC NW Beauval - NW CV Langham - CV (2) Balcarres - QV (2) Kamsack - EC (2) Ile-a-la-Crosse - NW (2) Osler VCA - CV Cupar - QV Raymore - HC Island Lake - NW Rosthern JC - CV Grenfell - QV Wynyard - HC Pinehouse Lake - NW Rosthern - CV Redvers - SE Lashburn - NW Waldheim - CV HOST CONFERENCE 5 HOST CONFERENCE 6 HOST CONFERENCE 7 HOST CONFERENCE 8 SC Strasbourg - HC NE St. Brieux - HC CV Macklin - BW CV Aberdeen - CV (2) Southey - QV (2) Meath Park - NC (2) Sakewew - BW (2) Hanley - CV RG Harvest City - RG Creighton - NE Stobart - CV Ecole Canadienne - ST Caronport - SC Carrot River - NE Canwood - NC ST Christian - ST Shaunavon - SW Porcupine Plain - NE Maidstone - NW LCBI - WC 3A BOYS HOST CONFERENCE 1 HOST CONFERENCE 2 HOST CONFERENCE 3 HOST CONFERENCE 4 (51-120) EC Melville - EC NC Birch Hills - NC NC Spiritwood - BW SC Clavet - CV (2) Fort Qu'Appelle - QV (2) Churchill - NC (2) Se Se Wa Hum - NC (2) Watrous - HC Indian Head - QV PACI - NC Eagleview - NW Assiniboia - SC RG Christian - RG Sandy Bay - NC La Loche - NW MJ Riverview - SC Scott - RG Outlook - WC HOST CONFERENCE 5 HOST CONFERENCE 6 HOST CONFERENCE 7 HOST CONFERENCE 8 SE Esterhazy - EC NE Norquay - EC BW Unity - BW WC Delisle - CV (2) Carlyle - SE (2) Lanigan - HC (2) Dalmeny - CV (2) Maple Creek - SW Moosomin - SE Nipawin - NE Legacy Christian - ST Biggar - WC Oxbow - SE Tisdale - NE Shellbrook - NC Kindersley - WC Rosetown - WC 4A BOYS All teams advance to Regional Tournaments March 16-17, Hosts TBA by SHSAA office. ( ) NB John Paul II - BW Melfort - NE Balfour - RG MJ Central - SC Martensville - CV Meadow Lake - NW Johnson - RG MJ Peacock - SC Yorkton Sacred Heart - EC Lumsden - QV Bedford Road - ST MJ Vanier - SC Humboldt - HC Notre Dame - QV E.D. Feehan - ST Weyburn - SE 5A BOYS HOST RURAL HOST REGINA HOST SASKATOON (>250) TBA NB Comprehensive - BW RG Campbell ST Aden Bowman (2) Warman - CV (3) LeBoldus (3) Bethlehem Yorkton Regional - EC Luther Bishop Mahoney PA Carlton - NC Martin Centennial PA St. Mary - NC Miller Evan Hardy Greenall - QV O'Neill Holy Cross Estevan - SE Riffel Marion Graham Swift Current - SW Sheldon Williams St. Joseph Thom Tommy Douglas Winston Knoll Walter Murray January 2018 Page 15

16 BASKETBALL CONFERENCES GIRLS (as of December 20, 2017) Conferences listed below are tentative. Groupings may be revised following the February 7 th withdrawal date. All conferences will advance the bracketed number of teams to the regional tournament. Conference: March 9-10; Regional: March 16-17; HOOPLA: March A GIRLS HOST CONFERENCE 1 HOST CONFERENCE 2 HOST CONFERENCE 3 HOST CONFERENCE 4 (1-30) SE Montmartre - QV HC Preeceville - EC NW Canwood - NC SC Hanley - CV (2) Nakoda Oyade - QV (2) Imperial - HC (2) Buffalo Narrows - NW (2) Central Butte - SC Fillmore - SE Lake Lenore - HC Canoe Lake - NW Coronach - SC Gladmar - SE Middle Lake - HC Thunderchild - NW Kenaston - WC Turtleford - NW LCBI - WC HOST CONFERENCE 5 HOST CONFERENCE 6 HOST CONFERENCE 7 HOST CONFERENCE 8 QV Churchbridge - EC NE Bellevue - HC CV Hafford - BW SW Kerrobert - BW (2) Cowessess - QV (2) St. Brieux - HC (2) Maymont - BW (2) Luseland - BW Peepeekisis - QV Birch Hills - NC Hague - CV Leader - SW Southey - QV Carrot River - NE Langham - CV Eatonia - WC Porcupine Plain - NE 2A GIRLS HOST CONFERENCE 1 HOST CONFERENCE 2 HOST CONFERENCE 3 HOST CONFERENCE 4 (31-50) SW MJ Cornerstone - SC NC Stobart - CV NW Beauval - NW HC Foam Lake - HC (2) Herbert - SW (2) Kinistino - NC (2) Island Lake - NW (2) Wadena - HC Shaunavon - SW Meath Park - NC Lashburn - NW Wynyard - HC Davidson - WC Creighton - NE Paradise Hill - NW Cupar - QV Pinehouse - NW St. Walburg - NW HOST CONFERENCE 5 HOST CONFERENCE 6 HOST CONFERENCE 7 HOST CONFERENCE 8 RG Langenburg - EC ST Hepburn - CV BW Macklin - BW HC Canora - EC (2) Harvest City - RG (2) Osler VCA - CV (2) Unity - BW (2) Norquay - EC Laval - RG Rosthern JC - CV Wilkie - BW Kelvington - HC Redvers - SE Waldheim - CV Asquith - CV Hudson Bay - NE Rocanville - SE ST Christian - ST Delisle - CV Biggar - WC 3A GIRLS HOST CONFERENCE 1 HOST CONFERENCE 2 HOST CONFERENCE 3 HOST CONFERENCE 4 (51-120) RG Fort Qu' Appelle - QV EC Esterhazy - EC NW Clavet - CV WC Assiniboia - SC (4) Indian Head - QV (4) Kamsack - EC (4) Dalmeny - CV (4) Caronport - SC Lumsden - QV Sacred Heart - EC Se Se Wa Hum - NC Maple Creek - SW Regina Christian - RG PACI - NC Eagleview - NW Kindersley - WC Oxbow - SE Sandy Bay - NC Jonas Samson - NW Outlook - WC Moosomin - SE Nipawin - NE La Loche - NW Rosetown - WC Tisdale - NE Maidstone - NW 4A GIRLS All teams advance to Regional Tournaments March 16-17, Hosts TBA by SHSAA office. ( ) NB John Paul II - BW Humboldt - HC Meadow Lake - NW MJ Central - SC Martensville - CV Churchill - NC Martin - RG MJ Peacock - SC Warman - CV Melfort - NE Greenall - QV MJ Vanier - SC Melville - EC Estevan - SE 5A GIRLS HOST RURAL HOST REGINA HOST SASKATOON (>250) TBA NB Comprehensive - BW RG Balfour ST Aden Bowman (2) Yorkton Regional - EC (3) Campbell (3) Bethlehem PA Carlton - NC LeBoldus Bishop Mahoney PA St. Mary - NC Luther Centennial Notre Dame - QV Miller Evan Hardy Weyburn - SE O'Neill Holy Cross Swift Current - SW Riffel St. Joseph Sheldon Williams Tommy Douglas Thom Walter Murray Winston Knoll January 2018 Page 16

17 SHSAA PROVINCIAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS HOOPLA 2018 Hoopla 2018 will be held in Prince Albert from March 22-24, The 5A boys and 5A girls preliminary games will be held on Thursday evening. All other classifications will begin play on Friday. All finals will be played on Saturday. The Prince Albert host committee will host the Provincial Basketball Championships at the following venues: Carlton Comprehensive - Gym 1 ( St. E., Prince Albert, SK, S6V 6E9) Carlton Comprehensive - Gym 2 ( St. E., Prince Albert, SK, S6V 6E9) St. Mary High School ( St. W. Prince Albert, SK, S6V 3L5) Saskatchewan Polytechnic ( St. E. Prince Albert, SK, S6V 7S4) The SHSAA has adopted a policy that does not allow for teams to practice at the host venue(s) prior to or during the competition. Please do not contact these host sites in attempts to book practice times for the championship. The schedule of games will be released Monday, March 19 th. It will be posted on the SHSAA web site; direct your inquiries to the SHSAA office. Each school team attending HOOPLA is responsible for arranging their accommodations. Schools are encouraged to book rooms early. For a listing of Prince Albert Hotels please check SHSAA website Provincial Accommodation. THE SHSAA BOUTIQUE is hosted by SPORTLOGO January 2018 Page 17

18 2018 REGIONAL AND PROVINCIAL BADMINTON Date May 12, 2018 Location McLurg High School in Wilkie Commissioner Greg Mamer Phone Fax Rules and Procedures: Refer to the SHSAA Handbook Badminton Pages or the SHSAA Badminton Activity page Official Shuttlecock: The SHSAA has a sponsorship contract with Yonex Canada. The Yonex Mavis 300, Blue Band Shuttle will be supplied by the SHSAA & Yonex for each District, Regional, and Provincial Tournament. Accommodation: For information regarding Wilkie, please see the Tourism Saskatchewan Website or the SHSAA website Provincial Accommodation. Inquiries: Please contact the respective commissioners or the SHSAA Office at REGIONAL PLAYOFFS MAY 5, 2018 Reminder to all District Commissioners: You must have your entries for Regional Badminton into the Regional host and SHSAA office by Sunday, April 29. LOCATION SERIES A MJ Peacock SERIES B Whitewood SERIES C Foam Lake SERIES D Osler VCA CONTACT Lee Behrns Connie Maier Graham Farrell Syd Laskowski PHONE FAX No Fax Machine FORMAT 6 - TEAM 6 - TEAM 8 - TEAM 8 - TEAM PARTICIPATING DISTRICTS SOUTH WEST Deb Reamer SOUTH CENTRAL Leigh Pethick ext.4049 WEST CENTRAL Lance Morrison SOUTH EAST Fred Jerred QU' APPELLE VALLEY Trevor Viergutz REGINA Angela Tillier NORTH EAST Cory Schmaltz NORTH CENTRAL Rylan Michalchuk HORIZON CENTRAL Brian Grest EAST CENTRAL Dan Alspach NORTH WEST Jay Elder BATTLE WEST Lane Buswell CENTRAL VALLEY Grant Elke SASKATOON Brian Thorstad January 2018 Page 18

19 2018 PROVINCIAL TRACK & FIELD DATE June 1 2, 2018 LOCATION Harry Jerome Track - Prince Albert COMMISSIONER Rylan Michalchuk / Nathan Noble PHONE / FAX / Participating Districts and schools are responsible to book their own accommodation. The SHSAA and host have blocked rooms in Prince Albert. Check the SHSAA web site Provincial Accommodation. Please refer to the SHSAA handbook pages or the SHSAA Track & Field Activity page for regulations concerning the event. Wheelchair Events: The 100m and 400m wheelchair events have been approved as events for this meet. Please contact the SHSAA office with entries for the wheel chair events. Quadathlon: There will be a Junior and Senior category for Boys Quadathlon and Girls Quadathlon competitions. Four events (100m, 800m, Long Jump, and Shot Put) are scored on the best performance by the individual in each of the events. The Quadathlon winner will be the competitor who has accumulated the most points through the four events. Athletes participating in the Quadathlon will not be allowed to compete in other individual events at the SHSAA Championships but may compete in any age appropriate relays. All athletes competing in the Quadathlon at the SHSAA Track and Field Championships are expected to have competed in a similar event at their District Track Meet. o Shot Put implement: Boys 12 lb; Girls 4 kg HY-TEK: The district team advancer information will be provided to each district. Entries are due to the SHSAA office on or before May 27, Substitutions for original entries may be made until 4:00pm on May 30, OFFICIALS ASSIGNMENTS: Each District supplies TWO OFFICIALS per session. These officials assist the head official of the events. Please forward names of your District officials to the SHSAA Office. A fine of $ will be assessed to any District that does not comply with these criteria. Athletes must not be assigned as officials. TASK DISTRICT ASSIGNED Track Judges & Officials: NORTH WEST, REGINA, BATTLE WEST, WEST CENTRAL, SOUTH EAST SHOT: NORTH EAST JAVELIN: QU APPELLE VALLEY DISCUS: EAST CENTRAL LONG JUMP: HORIZON CENTRAL TRIPLE JUMP: SOUTH WEST HIGH JUMP: CENTRAL VALLEY POLE VAULT: SASKATOON AWARDS: SOUTH CENTRAL 2ND QUAD EVENT (SP AND LJ): SOUTH CENTRAL HEAD OFFICIAL FOR EACH EVENT: NORTH CENTRAL / SASK ATHLETICS TRACK & FIELD SCHEDULE: The schedule will be posted on the SHSAA Website when it has been finalized: January 2018 Page 19

20 2018 SUMMER COACHES SYMPOSIUM The SHSAA annual Coaches Symposium will be held Tuesday, August 21 & Wednesday, August 22, 2018 (location in Saskatoon TBD). The Symposium is an excellent opportunity for coaches of different activities to gather in one location to participate in a professional development opportunity that will enhance the extra-curricular experience of the student athletes around the province. Each of the fourteen SHSAA districts is offering incentives to support coaches who want to attend, please contact your District Executive. This opportunity is available to all coaches including non-faculty and community coaches. This is the eighteenth consecutive year of the Symposium. This year s symposium is again planning to provide entry-level sessions as well as advanced sessions in a variety of activities that are a part of the SHSAA programming. The registration fee will be $ if registered prior to June 30th and $ for those who register after this date. Pamphlets and registration forms will be distributed to schools in the spring as well as being available on the SHSAA website. The symposium will once again offer pre-conference sessions on Tuesday. These optional offerings occasionally have additional costs attached and some may be taken separate from the regular symposium registration. Please contact the SHSAA office if you are interested in these sessions. The Symposium Committee is actively planning the sessions and inviting presenters to participate. If you have someone in mind that you would like to hear give a presentation, take the time to forward the name to the SHSAA office or an executive member. If you are approached to present, please give serious consideration to the opportunity. It is our own made in Saskatchewan coaches who each year receive such positive feedback from those in attendance at the symposium. TENATIVE SCHEDULE OF OFFERINGS: Pre-Conference Sessions: Tuesday August 21, 8:00 am 4:30 pm NCCP Coaching Certification - Volleyball Officiating in Volleyball and Basketball Sport Taping Watch for final details in Symposium Brochures and Information coming to your school this Spring. Tuesday: Morning Registration: 8:00 9:00 a.m. Afternoon Registration: 4:30 5:15 p.m. Welcome and Pizza Social: 4:30-5:15 p.m. Tuesday Sport Specific (Volleyball, Basketball, etc.) 5:30 6:45 p.m. - sessions will be offered at the introductory and advanced levels Tuesday Sport Specific (Volleyball, Basketball, etc.) 7:00 8:15 p.m. - sessions will be offered at the introductory and advanced levels Wednesday: Wednesday Sport Medicine and Science Sessions 9:00 10:15 a.m. - dealing with topics such as coaching female athletes, nutrition, fitness, weight training, yoga Wednesday Sport Medicine and Science Sessions 10:30 11:45 a.m. - dealing with topics such as coaching female athletes, nutrition, fitness, weight training, yoga Luncheon: 11:45 12:30 p.m. Wednesday Sport Specific (Volleyball, Basketball, etc.) 12:30 1:45 p.m. - sessions will be offered at the introductory and advanced levels Wednesday 2:00 3:15 p.m. Sport Specific (Volleyball, Basketball, etc.) - sessions will be offered at the introductory and advanced levels January 2018 Page 20

21 2017 FALL ACTIVITY RESULTS SHSAA PROVINCIAL GRASS GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS September 22 23, 2017 Estevan TS&M Woodlawn Golf Club TEAM RESULTS Boys (best three scores per hole) SCHOOL DAY 1 DAY 2 TOTAL 1 Estevan PA Carlton Warman Swift Current Meadow Lake Melville Wynyard Lumsden Moosomin Tisdale Assiniboia Spiritwood Girls (best two scores per hole) SCHOOL DAY 1 DAY 2 TOTAL 1 Estevan Bert Fox Esterhazy Radville INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Boys NAME SCHOOL DAY 1 DAY 2 TOTAL 1 Jace Carlisle Estevan Colby Friedrich North Battleford Brody Istace Comp Kindersley Jayden Dudas Estevan Parker Noln-Ens Warman Chase Gedak Estevan Mason Gorski Meadow Lake Jarret Calvert Carpenter Turtleford Reegan Robinson Estevan Carson Horachek Humboldt Gaige Calkins Swift Current Riley Lahey Eston Ben Zultok PA Carlton Ethan Fizell Swift Current Grant Gardiner Meadow Lake Griffin Wilson Carpenter Swift Current Kyler Cote Kindersley T.J. Baker PA Carlton Carter Exner Melville Matthew Ikert Warman Parker Mymryk Lumsden Girls NAME SCHOOL DAY 1 DAY 2 TOTAL 1 Tenesha Pompu Carrot River Carey McLean Lumsden Jayden Bauer St. Walburg Lauren Fox Creighton Ray-Lyn Schmidt MJ Central Hallie Burke Rocanville Bailey Farr Estevan Collista Paskemin Cut Knife Lindsay Hawkins Assiniboia Shay Poitras Bert Fox Veronika Duchsherer Nipiwan Jadayea Morrell Kerrobert Jenna Currie Kipling Mackenzie Fleck Lampman Sadie McGriskin Kamsack Tatiana Dutka Estevan Raylynn Laursen Pierceland Carlie Moore Esterhazy Jaelynne Packet Lafleche Amber Nicholauson Esterhazy For complete individual results check the results listed at January 2018 Page 21

22 SHSAA PROVINCIAL CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS October 14, 2017 Turtleford SCHOOL TEAM RESULTS 1A 2A 3A 4A SCHOOL POINTS 1 Strasbourg 33 2 Lake Lenore 42 3 Muenster 85 4 Middle Lake Annaheim Delisle Leoville Wynyard Hudson Bay Carlyle 154 SCHOOL POINTS 1 Oxbow Dalmeny High Tisdale E.S Laird 276 SCHOOL POINTS 1 Weyburn 46 2 MJ Peacock 55 3 RG Sheldon 72 4 Humboldt 76 5 Yorkton S. Heart 85 6 NB JP II 91 7 RG Riffel 94 8 Notre Dame RG Luther MJ Vanier 157 SCHOOL POINTS 1 ST Walter Murray 16 2 ST St. Joseph 18 3 ST Centennial 22 4 Yorkton Regional 25 5 ST Holy Cross 36 6 RG Campbell 43 7 PA St. Mary 67 8 ST Aden Bowman 72 9 RG Miller PA Carlton Swift Current 121 MIDGET BOYS POINTS 1 Saskatoon 42 2 East Central 62 3 Regina 66 4 Horizon Central 74 5 North East 96 6 North West Battle West Central Valley South East Qu Appelle Valley South Central North Central West Central 331 MIDGET GIRLS POINTS 1 Saskatoon 30 2 Central Valley 54 2 North West 58 4 Regina 62 5 Horizon Central 81 6 East Central South East South Central Qu Appelle Valley North East North Central 289 DISTRICT RESULTS JUNIOR BOYS POINTS 1 Saskatoon 10 2 Horizon Central 61 3 South East 84 4 Battle West Central Valley North West South West Qu Appelle Valley South Central Regina West Central 213 JUNIOR GIRLS POINTS 1 Saskatoon 21 2 Horizon Cental 46 3 East Central 52 4 Regina 92 5 South East North Central Qu Appelle Valley North East 191 SENIOR BOYS POINTS 1 Regina 24 2 Saskatoon 27 3 Horizon Central 53 4 South East South Central East Central North Central Central Valley Battle West Qu Appelle Valley West Central North West 258 SENIOR GIRLS POINTS 1 Saskatoon 35 2 Regina 47 3 Central Valley 78 4 Horizon Central 84 5 South Central 91 6 South East North Central Qu Appelle Valley Battle West North West North East West Central 275 January 2018 Page 22

23 SHSAA PROVINCIAL CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS October 14, 2017 Turtleford INDIVIDUAL RESULTS MIDGET BOYS (4000m) Place Time Name School 1 10:41 Adam Mytopher Strasbourg 2 11:07 Eric Dorey Balfour 3 11:09 Teijon Abel-Douglas Humboldt 4 11:12 Dawson Smith Lashburn 5 11:15 Kaiden Deck ST St. Joseph 6 11:16 Seth LeMoal PA St. Mary 7 11:21 Ty Willness Naicam 8 11:26 Avery Corkum ST Evan Hardy 9 11:31 Joshua Haczkewicz Yorkton Regional 10 11:33 Logan Rohatensky Yorkton S. Heart JUNIOR BOYS (5000m) Place Time Name School 1 14:59 Benjamin Seshadri ST Centennial 2 15:02 Kibrom Makaby ST Holy Cross 3 15:11 Mathias Yuzdepski ST Walter Murray 4 15:33 Kaitao Han ST Holy Cross 5 15:37 Taylor Parker NB John Paul II 6 15:41 Dalton Kiedrowski Lake Lenore 7 15:45 Nathan Groat ST Walter Murray 8 15:59 Jackson Hardy ST Marion Graham 9 15:59 Sean Easton Yorkton Regional 10 16:17 Travis Schmidt Southey SENIOR BOYS (6000m) Place Time Name School 1 16:45 Brayden Mytopher Strasbourg 2 16:46 Ron MacLean RG Sheldon 3 16:47 Kaelen Kolb RG Sheldon 4 16:50 Moktar Abdousaid ST Walter Murray 5 16:55 Matthew Exner RG Riffel 6 17:37 Quincy Fast ST Walter Murray 7 17:44 Dylan Bauman ST Centennial 8 17:51 Jerome Monpetit Bruno 9 18:21 Jackson Sinclair Moosomin 10 18:22 Matthew Hrycuik ST Centennial MIDGET GIRLS (3000m) Place Time Name School 1 11:50 Avery Pearson Meadow Lake Jonas 2 11:59 Eryn Kielo Delisle 3 12:12 Allison Novecosky ST Walter Murray 4 12:16 Alyssa Regie LeRoy 5 12:17 Brenna Paquin Warman 6 12:25 Ella Perras RG Martin 7 12:31 Jenna McFayden Maidstone 8 12:34 Lauren Matai ST Walter Murray 9 12:48 Pippy Pritchard ST St. Joseph 10 12:52 Zoe Icton ST Centennial JUNIOR GIRLS (4000m) Place Time Name School 1 17:14 Zoe Flaman Yorkton Regional 2 17:20 Jade Smith Lake Lenore 3 17:26 Penelope Mulenga ST St. Joseph 4 17:38 Jaira Crosschild ST Bishop Mahoney 5 18:20 Caitlyn Johnson Moose Jaw Peacock 6 18:25 Elissa Gigun ST Centennial 7 18:36 LeeAnne Toma Yorkton Regional 8 18:58 Ciara Kirkpatrick ST Centennial 9 19:05 Abbie Korte Muenster 10 19:29 Arliss Sidloski Weyburn SENIOR GIRLS (4000m) Place Time Name School 1 15:59 Kaitlyn Harrison Weyburn 2 16:03 Caitlyn Mann Melville 3 16:05 Claire Abrey ST St. Joseph 4 16:55 Chloe McEachern RG Campbell 5 17:15 Allison Grajczyk-Jelinski Moose Jaw Vanier 6 17:32 Morgan Jarvie Asquith 7 17:32 Courtney Dembrowski ST St. Joseph 8 17:36 Sarah Novakowski Yorkton Regional 9 17:41 Mette Siemens ST Aden Bowman 10 17:43 Kaylee Tymo RG Thom For complete individual results check the results listed at January 2018 Page 23

24 SHSAA PROVINCIAL SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS October 12 28, A BOYS PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Game Location Home Score Away Score Quarter-Final Regina Saskatoon Centennial 4 Regina LeBoldus 0 Quarter-Final Regina Yorkton Regional 10 Swift Current 0 Quarter-Final Regina Regina Miller 3 Saskatoon Walter Murray 1 Quarter-Final Regina PA Carlton 7 Balgonie Greenall 0 Championship Semi Regina Saskatoon Centennial 2 Yorkton Regional 0 Championship Semi Regina Regina Miller 4 PA Carlton 2 Consolation Semi Regina Regina LeBoldus 7 Swift Current 0 Consolation Semi Regina Saskatoon Walter Murray 9 Balgonie Greenall 0 Consolation Final Regina Regina LeBoldus 2 Saskatoon Walter Murray 6 Bronze Medal Regina Yorkton Regional 1 PA Carlton 2 Gold Medal Regina Saskatoon Centennial 5 Regina Miller 0 2A BOYS PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Date Competition Location Home Score Away Score October 21 Region A Martensville NB John Paul II 3 Se Se Wa Hum 2 October 21 Region A Martensville Martensville 4 Poundmaker 2 October 21 Region A Martensville NB John Paul II 5 Martensville 4 October 12 Region B Regina Regina Sheldon 2 Regina Riffel 0 October 12 Region B Regina Regina Luther 5 Regina Johnson 0 October 16 Region B Regina Regina Sheldon 4 Regina Luther 0 October 21 Region C Notre Dame MJ Central 2 Humboldt 3 October 21 Region C Notre Dame Notre Dame 3 MJ Peacock 0 October 21 Region C Notre Dame Humboldt 5 Notre Dame 3 October 21 Region D Yorkton Kipling 13 Moosomin 0 October 21 Region D Yorkton Yorkton Sacred Heart 12 Kipling 1 October 27 Quarter - Final Yorkton Yorkton Sacred Heart 12 Kipling 0 October 27 Quarter - Final Yorkton Humboldt 4 Regina Luther 0 October 27 Quarter - Final Yorkton Regina Sheldon 4 Martensville 3 October 27 Quarter - Final Yorkton NB John Paul II 8 Notre Dame 6 October 27 Championship Semi Yorkton Yorkton Sacred Heart 2 Humboldt 5 October 27 Championship Semi Yorkton Regina Sheldon 1 NB John Paul II 6 October 27 Consolation Semi Yorkton Kipling 1 Regina Luther 8 October 27 Consolation Semi Yorkton Martensville 1 Notre Dame 10 October 28 Consolation Final Yorkton Regina Luther 4 Notre Dame 2 October 28 Bronze Medal Yorkton Yorkton Sacred Heart 8 Regina Sheldon 0 October 28 Gold Medal Yorkton Humboldt 4 NB John Paul II 0 January 2018 Page 24

25 SHSAA PROVINCIAL SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS October 20 28, A BOYS PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Date Competition Location Home Score Away Score October 21 Region A North Battleford Ahtahkakoop 7 Eagleview 2 October 21 Region A North Battleford Sakewew 4 Ahtahkakoop 5 October 21 Region B Waldheim Waldheim 3 Robin Cameron 4 October 21 Region B Waldheim Rosthern JC 2 Stobart 1 October 21 Region B Waldheim Robin Cameron 3 Rosthern JC 1 October 21 Region C Osler Middle Lake 11 Muenster 1 October 21 Region C Osler Osler VCA 1 Lake Lenore 2 October 21 Region C Osler Middle Lake 4 Lake Lenore 3 October 21 Region D North Battleford LCBI 2 MJ Vanier 3 October 21 Region D North Battleford Maymont 4 Herbert 5 October 21 Region D North Battleford MJ Vanier 2 Herbert 3 October 27 Quarter-Final Middle Lake Middle Lake 11 Sakewew 1 October 27 Quarter-Final Middle Lake Rosthern JC 3 Herbert 1 October 27 Quarter-Final Middle Lake Lake Lenore 7 MJ Vanier 0 October 27 Quarter-Final Middle Lake Robin Cameron 3 Ahtahkakoop 2 October 27 Championship Semi Middle Lake Middle Lake 15 Rosthern JC 1 October 27 Championship Semi Middle Lake Lake Lenore 4 Robin Cameron 3 October 27 Consolation Semi Middle Lake Sakewew 6 Herbert 2 October 27 Consolation Semi Middle Lake MJ Vanier 1 Ahtahkakoop 6 October 28 Consolation Final Middle Lake Sakewew 2 Ahtahkakoop 3 October 28 Bronze Medal Middle Lake Rosthern JC 3 Robin Cameron 5 October 28 Gold Medal Middle Lake Middle Lake 2 Lake Lenore 0 January 2018 Page 25

26 SHSAA PROVINCIAL SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS October 20 28, A GIRLS PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Game Location Home Score Away Score Quarter-Final Estevan Saskatoon St. Joseph 4 Regina Campbell 0 Quarter-Final Estevan Weyburn 1 PA Carlton 2 Quarter-Final Estevan Regina O Neill 1 Saskatoon Centennial 2 Quarter-Final Estevan Swift Current 7 Estevan 0 Championship Semi Estevan Saskatoon St. Joseph 6 PA Carlton 0 Championship Semi Estevan Saskatoon Centennial 1 Swift Current 3 Consolation Semi Estevan Regina Campbell 4 Weyburn 2 Consolation Semi Estevan Regina O Neill 11 Estevan 0 Consolation Final Estevan Regina Campbell 0 Regina O Neill 3 Bronze Medal Estevan PA Carlton 3 Saskatoon Centennial 4 Gold Medal Estevan Saskatoon St. Joseph 5 Swift Current 0 2A GIRLS PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Date Competition Location Home Score Away Score October 20 Region A Moose Jaw Se Se Wa Hum 3 MJ Peacock 1 October 20 Region A Moose Jaw MJ Vanier 6 Meadow Lake 0 October 20 Region A Moose Jaw MJ Central 4 NB John Paul II 0 October 21 Region A Moose Jaw Saskatoon BJM 7 Se Se Wa Hum 0 October 21 Region A Moose Jaw MJ Vanier 1 MJ Central 0 October 21 Region A Moose Jaw Saskatoon BJM 4 MJ Vanier 1 October 20 Region B Regina Regina Sheldon 4 Balgonie Greenall 3 October 20 Region B Regina Yorkton Sacred Heart 7 Moosomin 0 October 20 Region B Regina Notre Dame 1 Regina Martin 4 October 21 Region B Regina Regina Luther 3 Regina Sheldon 0 October 21 Region B Regina Yorkton Sacred Heart 4 Regina Martin 0 October 21 Region B Regina Regina Luther 3 Yorkton Sacred Heart 0 October 27 Semi- Final Moose Jaw Saskatoon BJM 5 Yorkton Sacred Heart 0 October 27 Semi- Final Moose Jaw MJ Vanier 0 Regina Luther 1 October 28 Bronze Medal Moose Jaw MJ Vanier 3 Yorkton Sacred Heart 1 October 28 Gold Medal Moose Jaw Saskatoon BJM 2 Regina Luther 0 January 2018 Page 26

27 SHSAA PROVINCIAL SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS October 20 28, A GIRLS PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Date Competition Location Home Score Away Score October 20 Region A North Battleford Maymont 3 Ahtahkakoop 2 October 21 Region A North Battleford Little Pine 7 Maymont 1 October 20 Region B Duck Lake Cst. Robin Cameron 2 Rosthern JC 6 October 21 Region B Duck Lake Waldheim 7 Rosthern JC 0 October 21 Region B Duck Lake Osler VCA 6 Stobart 0 October 21 Region B Duck Lake Waldheim 5 Osler VCA 2 October 20 Region C Middle Lake Muenster 1 Lake Lenore 3 October 21 Region C Middle Lake Middle Lake 3 Lake Lenore 1 October 21 Region C Middle Lake Humboldt 1 Warman 6 October 21 Region C Middle Lake Middle Lake 0 Warman 1 October 21 Region D Herbert Martensville 5 Caronport 0 October 22 Region D Herbert Herbert 0 Dalmeny 1 October 21 Region D Herbert Martensville 2 Dalmeny 0 October 27 Quarter- Final Martensville Warman 9 Maymont 0 October 27 Quarter- Final Martensville Osler VCA 2 Martensville 1 October 27 Quarter- Final Martensville Waldheim 5 Little Pine 2 October 27 Quarter- Final Martensville Middle Lake 6 Dalmeny 0 October 27 Championship Semi Martensville Warman 5 Osler VCA 0 October 27 Championship Semi Martensville Waldheim 1 Middle Lake 3 October 27 Consolation Semi Martensville Maymont 1 Martensville 6 October 27 Consolation Semi Martensville Little Pine 2 Dalmeny 0 October 28 Consolation Final Martensville Martensville 1 Little Pine 4 October 28 Bronze Medal Martensville Osler VCA 2 Waldheim 6 October 28 Gold Medal Martensville Warman 3 Middle Lake 0 For complete results and game comments check the results listed at January 2018 Page 27

28 SHSAA PROVINCIAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS October 28 November 11, A SIX-MAN PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP October 28 November 4 November 11 Hanley 40 Hanley 55 Cupar 39 Hanley 35 Gull Lake 22 Kerrobert 58 Plenty 54 Caronport 34 Kerrobert 38 Plenty 30 Raymore Provincial Champion Raymore 80 Raymore 46 Viscount 42 Raymore 40 2A SIX-MAN PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP October 28 November 4 November 11 Wakaw 77 Wakaw 40 Creighton 44 Dalmeny 70 Wynyard 52 Dalmeny 68 Clavet 59 Watrous 32 Dalmeny 52 Clavet 71 Clavet Provincial Champion Charlebois 42 Clavet 72 Rosthern 58 Rosthern 22 January 2018 Page 28

29 SHSAA PROVINCIAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS October 28 November 11, A NINE-MAN PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP October 28 November 4 November 11 Nipawin 43 Nipawin 13 Melville 32 Shaunavon 24 Shaunavon 18 Unity 0 Delisle 15 Indian Head 28 Shaunavon 57 Indian Head 32 Shaunavon Provincial Champion Foam Lake 21 Indian Head 7 Tisdale 14 Foam Lake 7 3A NINE-MAN PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP October 28 November 4 November 11 Melfort 7 Melfort 35 Yorkton Sacred Heart 0 Lumsden 68 Lumsden 74 Martensville 6 Kindersley 53 Fort Qu Appelle 0 Lumsden 43 Kindersley 26 Lumsden Provincial Champion Esterhazy 9 Kindersley 20 Humboldt 14 Humboldt 14 January 2018 Page 29

30 SHSAA PROVINCIAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS October 21 November 11, A TWELVE-MAN PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP November 4 November 11 North Battleford 49 North Battleford 26 Saskatoon Hardy 14 North Battleford 14 Saskatoon BJM 45 Saskatoon TD 51 Regina Johnson 12 Balgonie Greenall 21 Saskatoon TD 15 Balgonie Greenall 22 North Battleford Provincial Champion Yorkton Regional 59 Yorkton Regional 7 Swift Current 2 Yorkton Regional 24 4A TWELVE-MAN PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP November 11 Holy Cross 26 Holy Cross 28 St. Joseph 14 Centennial 15 Centennial 19 Aden Bowman 14 Campbell 35 Riffel 7 Centennial 34 Campbell 27 Regina Campbell Provincial Champion LeBoldus 29 Campbell 44 Miller 15 LeBoldus 25 January 2018 Page 30

31 SHSAA PROVINCIAL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS November 17 18, A FOX VALLEY Pool Results: POOL A POOL B Englefeld 4 0 Rose Valley 4 0 Borden 3 1 Fox Valley 3 1 Annaheim 2 2 Plenty 2 2 Avonlea 1 3 Kakisiwew 1 3 Arcola 0 4 Eston 0 4 Championship Bracket: Englefeld 2 (25-13, 25-11) Englefeld 2 Kakisiwew 0 (27-25, 25-14) Englefeld 0 Fox Valley 2 (28-26, 25-15) Annaheim 0 Rose Valley 2 (25-11, 25-9) Fox Valley 0 Rose Valley 2 (25-19, 25-12) Rose Valley Provincial Champion Avonlea 0 (25-13, 25-22) Rose Valley 2 Borden 1 (25-15,18-25, 15-12) Plenty 2 Plenty 0 Fox Valley 2 (26-24, 25-19) Plenty 0 Fox Valley Bronze Medal Award School Team Coach Gold Rose Valley Roadrunners Trevor Smith Silver Englefeld Eagles Trevor Kowalski Bronze Fox Valley Legends Kendra Lehmann Fourth Plenty Wildcats Brooke Schultz SHSAA PROVINCIAL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS January 2018 Page 31

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