Local athletes chosen for Sask Winter Games

                  The 2018 Saskatchewan Winter Games are being held in North Battleford from Feb. 18-24. The games are the largest multi-sport event in the province and draws athletes from every corner of Saskatchewan. The first games were held in Moose Jaw in 1972 and have been a staple in the province ever since. Estevan hosted the Summer Games two years ago – in 2016 – which also saw Team Southeast bring home 53 medals – behind Saskatoon and Regina.

                  Team South East, which covers a rather large tract of land chose athletes from the Manitoba border to the United States border, over to Weyburn and angled up towards Balgonie. Local athletes competing in this year’s Winter Games include:

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Gymnastics:

Maci Thompson – Maryfield

Sasha West - Wawota

Coach - Jodie Dunham Wawota

 

Hockey:

Austin Davis – Redvers

Connor Box – Corning

Colby Cuddington – Manor

 

Weightlifting

Aaron Chapman – Carlyle

Tyler Colpitts – Carlyle

Taris Rae – Carlyle

Jorja Bendtsen – Carlyle

Kendra Schultz – Carlyle

Karli Colpitts – Carlyle

Coaches: Carson Brady – Carlyle, Mackenzie Craig – Carlyle

 

Bowling

Caden Trafford – Oxbow

Laci Glennie – Carnduff

Hudson Walker – Carnduff

Rayna Stadnick – Carnduff

 

Female Hockey

Marieve Elliot – Kipling

Kate Pirlot – Wauchope

Kelsey Carson – Lampman

 

Figure Skating

Carly Paton – Carnduff

Kelsey Carson – Lampman

 

Athletes for Wrestling, Snowboarding, and Badminton are yet to be announced by Southeast Connection.

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