Off this week were the HCI Mohawks, who opened up the season with a 27-14 win over the Clavet Cougars on September 4.

The Mohawks have been preparing this week for their first road contest of the season, as they visit the Tisdale Tornados on Friday afternoon.

In conference last week, Clavet downed Tisdale 64-16, while Melfort defeated Nipawin 63-16. Clavet will travel to Melfort for the other game this week.

For the first time in 35 years, Viscount hit the football field, as the Vikings played host to the Hanley Sabers. While not ideal on the scoreboard, dropping a 48-7 decision, it is certainly more than welcome to have another football program in the area. The three-time defending provincial champions from Watrous got off to a rocky start in 2015, as they fell 33-20 on the road to Assiniboia. The Wildcats had won 14 straight games previously - regular season and playoffs.

Other scores saw Lanigan fall to Cupar 25-15, Wakaw took care of Hudson Bay 20-6, and Raymore shutout Canora 52-0.

This week, Watrous heads to Lanigan for a battle of winless teams, Raymore hosts Milestone, Viscount is home to Central Butte, Wakaw travels to Porcupine Plain, and under a new conference alignment, Watson will meet Wynyard.

On Saturday, Lanigan hosted a junior jamboree which featured the Lazers, Watrous, Wynyard, and Raymore.


The lone game in the Prairie Football Conference this week saw a rematch of the rain filled battle from the previous week, as the Regina Thunder played host to the Saskatoon Hilltops.

Regina controlled the game throughout most of the contest before the fourth quarter hit, and they gave up 16 unanswered to fall 26-25. The Hilltops improved to 5-0 with the win.

HCI alum Tyrell Hering picked up his second sack of the season in the win, while Dillon Buckle had half a sack along with two tackles. Connor Guillet had three tackles. Starting offensive lineman Drayke Unger, who also serves as a fullback in jumbo formations had one carry for one yard.

Saskatoon hosts the Edmonton Huskies on Sunday afternoon.


A new, yet familiar feeling is in place for the U of S Huskies, who dropped to 0-2 on the season after they lost to the Alberta Golden Bears.

Saskatchewan lead 18-0 at the half, before much like against Manitoba in Week 1, they gave up the lead.

Alberta outscored the Huskies 38-8 in the second half in picking up a 38-26 victory.

Wynyard's Lance Bashutsky - the team's kick returner - had five runbacks for 165 yards in the game, including a long of 46 yards. He also had two tackles.

The Huskies welcome in the Regina Rams for a provincial battle of winless teams on Friday night. Watrous' Liam Jensen, and Naicam's Dexter Dauk - both offensive linemen - play for the Rams, who fell 27-20 to UBC.


Humboldt's Kelly Bates made his head coaching debut on Saturday, as the Simon Fraser Clan visited the Western Oregon Wolves. A low-scoring battle saw the Clan lead 14-12 after three quarters before the Wolves rattled off 19 straight to take a 31-14 win.

The Clan will now return to Burnaby's Swangard Stadium for their home opener on Saturday afternoon when they host the Azuza Pacific Cougars.


The two minute drill can be heard every Wednesday morning at 10:50am on Bolt FM.