It is hard to believe that we are half way through the school year.  Senior sports will be starting up again, after taking a week break for January exams.  

Basketball, curling and wrestling programs will be preparing for their playoff runs and our first spring sport, badminton, is due to begin in a couple weeks.


The SCCHS Colt/Arden wrestling team travelled to Warman for the Scratch and Claw Wrestling Tournament in early January. 

Congratulations to Elite wrestlers Aleah Nickel and Sebastien Marchand who both placed first in their weight classes.  Shout out to Elite wrestlers, George Unger and Elijah Harden, who placed second. On the Novice side, congratulations to Kaitlyn Burns who placed first and Grace Geisbrecht, Kat DeKlerk, Trina Friesen, Josh Laroya and Blaid Snedden on finishing in third place. The Comp wrestlers are off to the Golden Bear High School Tournament in Edmonton on February 1 and 2.


The boy’s league had a makeup game scheduled for January 22, but the Gull Lake Lions had to forfeit thatgame against the Shaunavon Shadows.  On the regular Thursday junior league night, the Waldeck girls beat the Shaunavon girls (53-40) and the Shaunavon boys defeated the Gull Lake boys (82-45).

Even with one regular season league game left for all teams, the playoff grid is taking shape. #1 SCCHS gr 9 Ardens will host the #4 Shaunavon Silhouettes in one semifinal, on February 7th, and the #2 Waldeck Warriors will host the #3 Wymark Wolverines in the other semifinal. The boy’s playoffs will have the #1 SCCHS gr 9 Colts hosting the #4 Gull Lake Lions on February 7th.  The second semifinal host site will depend upon the outcome of the last league game between Shaunavon and Maple Creek.

Junior Girls League Standings

Swift Current Gr 9 Ardens 5-0

Waldeck Warriors 3-1-1

Wymark Wolverines 1-3-1

Shaunavon Silhouettes 0-5

Junior Boy’s League Standings   

Swift Current Gr 9 Colts 5-0

Maple Creek Rebels 3-2

Shaunavon Shadows 2-3

Gull Lake Lions 0-5                        


Basketball league game times are set for 5:30 (and 7:00, if there is a double header at the host site).  Schools may adjust those start times or who plays first, so make sure to check at your school before heading out to a game.

Senior league games will resume on Tuesday, February 5.  Maple Creek girls will be in Shaunavon, Herbert girls will host SCCHS Jr Ardens, Shaunavon boys are in Swift Current to play the Jr. Colts and Maple Creek boys travel to Frontier to take on the Raiders.

The girl’s last junior league games will be played on Monday, February 4.  The Wymark Wolverines will go to Shaunavonand play the Silhouettes.  The Waldeck Warriors will host the SCCHS gr. 9 Ardens.  The final junior boy’s league games are on Thursday, January 31st.  The Shaunavon Shadows will host Maple Creek Rebels and Gull Lake Lions will host SCCHS Gr. 9 Colts


Completed curling draws will be posted on SWAC Sports Facebook /twitter/Instagram this week.  

Senior Sectional Playoffs will be held on Feb 1st/2nd.   Cypress Hills will be competing in Fox Valley and Rolling Hills will be in Ponteix.  Whitemud’s playoff is in Frontier. The top two teams from each of the sectionals will advance to the SWAC District championship is on February 8th/9th in Val Marie.

Junior Sectional Playoffs will be held on February 8th/9th.  Cypress Hills plays off in Leader, Rolling Hills in Herbert and Whitemud in Shaunavon.  As in the seniors, the top 2 junior section teams advance to the SWAC District Championship held in Swift Current on March 1st and 2nd.


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