After a week off, the HCI Mohawks are back to live game action on Friday, when they head to Melfort for a battle with the Comets.

It is a first place showdown in the conference, with the winner claiming the conference title and hosting a home playoff game on October 31.

The first meeting of the season between the two sides, the Mohawks enter the game with a 5-0 record, while Melfort sits with a standing of 4-1.

Whoever loses the game will then hit the road for their first provincial playoff game.


In six man football, the Raymore Rebels completed a perfect regular season, as they downed Canora 45-6. Viscount dropped a 68-32 decision to LCBI in the final game of their first season back in play. Wynyard shutout Watson 81-0, as they played under the lights for a mini tackle hunger that saw nearly 1,000 pounds of food donated to the Wynyard Food Bank.

Watrous rattled off their fifth straight win with a 54-12 victory over Cupar, Lanigan fell 36-27 at home to Assiniboia, and Wakaw was blanked 6-0 by Carrot River in a conference playoff game that saw their season come to an end.

This week, Wynyard concludes the regular season when they visit Kamsack, Watson heads to Preeceville, and Raymore hosts Ituna for a conference playoff game that sends the winner to provincials.


The Saskatoon Hilltops are back in familiar territory, advancing to the CJFL's Prairie Football Conference final with a 49-21 win over the Winnipeg Rifles.

A slower start saw the Hilltops carry a 21-14 lead into the half before exploding in the third quarter with 21 points, ultimately securing the victory.

Humboldt's Dillon Buckle had six tackles in the game, while Connor Guillet had three, including one on special teams, and Tyrell Hering had a pair of takedowns. Offensive lineman Drayke Unger helped running back Logan Fischer find holes to the tune of 130 yards as well.

The Hilltops remain at home for the league final, as for the second straight year they welcome in the Calgary Colts, who once again defeated the Regina Thunder on Sunday with a 17-3 win.

The winner advances to and will host the Canadian Bowl on November 7 against either the Vancouver Island Raiders or Okanagan Sun.


For the first time since 2002, the University of Saskatchewan Huskies will have no greater than a .500 record in the regular season after they dropped a 44-15 decision at home to the Calgary Colts.

In the team's annual blackout game, the Dinos got down early, trailing 28-7 at the half before Calgary put the game away in the third quarter.

Wynyard's Lance Bashutsky is a third year member of the Huskies.

At 2-4, the team is in danger of missing the playoffs for the first time since 2000, as they currently sit in fifth place. The Huskies host 4-2 UBC on Friday night before wrapping up the regular season on October 30th in Regina against the winless Rams.


Humboldt's Kelly Bates and the Simon Fraser Clan continue to look for their first win of the season after dropping a 19-0 decision to the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology Hardrockers. 

Despite generating nearly 200 yards rushing, the Clan failed to find the endzone in their fifth loss to the season.

Another shot for win number one will come on Saturday when they host the Western Oregon Wolves in a re-match of opening week, which the Clan lost 31-14.


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