Three local citizens were named stars of the community this week for their above-and-beyond efforts to make Swift Current a better place.
The Swift Current Curling Club hosted the south qualifier from Jan. 17-19 for teams still looking to win a berth at the upcoming 2020 men's provincial curling champion.
The Swift Current Curling Club hosted the 2020 Saskatchewan Curling Tour (SCT) Players Championship from Jan. 3-5, featuring top teams from the Saskatchewan men's curling tour.
The Swift Current Broncos announced today they have acquired 2001-born forward Cole Nagy from the Prince Albert Raiders in exchange for 2001-born forward Matthew Culling.
The Great Plains College SunDogs athletics program celebrated the success of the past volleyball season during an awards banquet at the Elmwood Golf Club, Dec. 4.
Swift Current swim coach Jackie Powell has received a national coaching excellence award for her role in the success of Special Olympics Team Canada swimmers at the 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games.
The Swift Current Fencing Club will be welcoming fencing athletes from across the province for the annual Chinook Fencing tournament. The public is welcome to come and watch this interesting and fast-paced event! Free admission. The tournament location is the Swift Current Comprehensive High…
A successful partnership between Medicine Hat and Swift Current to host the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge concluded on Nov. 9 after eight days of intense competition in the two cities.
The Great Plains College SunDogs volleyball teams are in the midst of a busy league schedule in the Prairie Athletic Conference, and hosted games in Swift Current on Nov. 6, 9, and 10.
It was an exciting Saturday for SWAC senior volleyball teams. We had six girls’ teams at SHSAA Regional competitions, all looking to advance to their SHSAA provincial championships.
Swift Current Christian Taekwondo took seven students to Edmonton on October 26 for the 2019 K.H. Min Taekwondo Championship. The students won a combined 10 medals, with Braeden Carleton winning two golds.
The World Under-17 Hockey Challenge is set to be to co-hosted in pair of Prairie provinces for the first time in the 33-year history of the event. Medicine Hat, Alta., and Swift Current, Sask., will welcome the top under-17 players from six countries beginning Saturday.
SWAC Senior Girls Volleyball League standings, after five weeks of matches, Gull Lake is in first place with 30 points, Vanguard 21 points, Frontier 16 points, Shaunavon 15 points, Eastend 10 points and Hazlet 6 points.
We had 24 runners (midget to senior) qualify for SHSAA provincials in Prince Albert on October 12, though only 16 runners were able to attend. In the team event, SCCHS placed 7th in the 5A category. Our Senior Boys combined score got them into the top ten in the province (9th place finish).…
Congratulations to our SWAC provincial boys golf team.... Gaige Calkins 3rd (SCCHS), Rylan Egland 21st (Eastend), Kaden Gramlich 27th (Fox Valley) and Landon Laucher 45th (Ponteix).
Several Swift Current residents were recognized for their contributions to Special Olympics at the annual provincial awards banquet.
Good Luck to our SWAC provincial golf team... Madison Gleim (Eastend), Gaige Calkins (SCCHS), Kaden Gramlich (Fox Valley), Landon Laucher (Ponteix) and Rylan Egland (Eastend). They will be at the SHSAA Provincial competition in Estevan on this weekend (Sept. 27-28). You can follow their prog…
The Swift Current Broncos announced today that third-year forward Ethan Regnier has been named the team’s captain. He becomes the 32nd captain since the return of the Swift Current Broncos in 1986. Alternate captains will be named at a later date.
The Swift Current Broncos announced today they will be hosting their annual general meeting in the upstairs conference room of the Innovation Credit Union iPlex on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 7 p.m.
11-2 win over the Moose Jaw Vanier Spirits by the Swift Current Comp. Ardens in women's soccer Wednesday night allowed the team to improve to 3-0 in league and 7-0 overall.
The Swift Current Broncos announced today they have acquired 2000-born forward Brecon Wood and a conditional eighth-round pick in the 2021 WHL Bantam Draft in exchange for the rights to 2003-born forward Ashton McNelly.
Two Swift Current residents are producing a combat sport podcast that provides a different perspective on the passions and interests of the fighters who participate in the shows.
The SWAC sports year is going to hit the ground running. Practices for football have begun and soccer, cross country and volleyball practices will start as soon as students return to school. The SWAC athletic directorate and coaches have been busy panning their seasons.
Registration for the SunDogs Wooff Volleyball Camp, a two-day skills development camp, is now open. The August camps offers athletes the chance to get back on the court and learn through court performance, nutrition and personal trainer sessions.
A major Canadian energy company is providing financial and volunteer support for the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games in Swift Current.
The Evans 7's Swift Current U18 rugby team traveled to Regina on Wednesday, May 22, for their fourth set of league games for the season. They played a total of three games and came out with one victory and two losses.
The Swift Current Curling Club wants to continue to provide curling as an activity in the city and is looking for ways to attract greater interest in the sport.
The Swift Current Broncos are excited to announce the signings of 2003 born Caleb Wyrostok and Braeden Lewis, as well as 2004 born Josh Davies and Reid Dyck, to Western Hockey League standard player agreements. Wyrostock and Lewis were selected by the Swift Current Broncos as part of the 20…
Things have slowed down due to the Easter Break. Make sure to follow SWACSports on Facebook, twitter and Instagram to stay up to date on all the results of our upcoming Badminton and Track and Field competitions. Feel free to ‘tag’ SWACSPORTS when you post a picture or result.
Chalk up 33 saves for Winnipeg, MB product Isaac Poulter who earned his first WHL career shutout as the Swift Current Broncos put a goose egg on the Regina Pats, posting a 2-0 win to snap their 18-game losing streak.