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Prairie Valley School Division athletes out of Regina playoffs

Athletes in the rural high schools surrounding Regina won’t be able to play in city championships next school year.

Students from the Prairie Valley School Division will still be allowed to compete in the regular-season city league games but not in the playoffs.

Business as usual for Riders despite CBA question marks

For the first time in seemingly ever there are more questions than answers heading into a CFL season.

Training camps across the league are supposed to open this weekend. The opening of these camps often signals the unofficial start to summer for many Canadians, especially those of us who live in Saskatchewan.

Right now it's still unclear if camps will be opening on time or not, thanks to the uncertainty surrounding the collective bargaining agreement which is set to expire later this week.

Two names to be added to Plaza of Honor

It's that time of year again for the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Training camp is set to open on Sunday, in theory, in Saskatoon. It's also Plaza of Honor season in Saskatchewan.

The selection committee announced on Monday that fullback Chris Szarka and defensive back Omarr Morgan will have their names added to the list of those honoured at this year's dinner event on September 19 at the Credit Union Eventplex.

Teacher schools Saskatchewan Marathon in first big win

Body worn and legs burning, James Funk still had a mile-wide smile as he crossed the finish line in the 36th Saskatchewan Marathon Sunday.

Not only had the 43 year old won his first marathon, putting an impressive cap in his twentieth 42-kilometer race, he also beat out defending champion, and six-time winner Brian Michasiw.

With a time of 2:49:26, Funk squeaked in his victory just 20 seconds over Michasiw’s 2:49:49 to take home the gold and the $1,000 prize.

Saskatoon hosts regional qualifiers for bike polo

With cracking mallets, flying balls, and bike tires spinning, Saskatoon's bike polo teams are fighting for the top spots in the regional qualifiers.

The bridge city is hosting the tournament at Gurgulis Park tennis courts over the weekend with nine teams competing to move forward to the North American competition.

Sask. hockey mom cheers as Dustin Tokarski plays in NHL East Final

Dustin Tokarski, 24, has gone from Watson to the NHL's biggest stage.

"Yeah we're beaming pretty good," said mom Darlene Tokarski, speaking with News Talk Radio's Roy Green Show on Saturday. "We're very proud of him. Very happy and excited that's for sure."

Tokarski was selected to replace injured Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price for game two of the NHL Eastern Conference Final with the New York Rangers.

Darlene said her son does not usually call them on a game day but he made an exception for his first NHL playoff start.

PHOTOS/VIDEO: Design of new Regina stadium revealed

After years of planning, the design of the new Regina stadium has been finalized and released to the public.

The new stadium will hold 33,000 people to be expandable to 40,000. Once again, the building will be known as Mosaic Stadium as the Saskatchewan Roughriders extended its stadium naming rights agreement with the Mosaic Company for another 20 years.

CFL rejects players' latest offer

Hopes of avoiding a players strike in the CFL and having the season start on time may be dimming after an open letter from the league's commissioner.

On Wednesday morning, Mark Cohon sent a letter to fans of the league with an update on contract negotiations between the CFL and its players. The letter detailed the latest offer made to the players which Cohon called fair and reasonable .

Blades interview approximately 5 GM, coach candidates

The Saskatoon Blades’ ownership will be holding in-person interviews starting Saturday as the team fills the vacant general manager and head coach positions.

President Steve Hogle, majority owner Mike Priestner and managing partner Colin Priestner will have interviews with approximately five candidates.  

2014 Rider season tickets sold out

Those wishing to buy tickets to a Saskatchewan Roughrider game at Mosaic Stadium this season will have to wait to buy single-game tickets; the club announced Tuesday that season ticket sales had reached its maximum.

The football club has hit season ticket capacity with 26,700 sold.

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