Sask First Teams



2017 Canada Summer Games

Congratulations to the men's team for bringing home a silver medal and to
the women's team for finishing in 4th place! Both of our teams played hard
and represented Saskatchewan very well.

  Western Canada Summer Games

   Male players born in 2000, 2001, and 2002 are eligible
   for the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games. Click
   here for the application. The next camp for the girls
   WCSG Identification Program will be Sunday, Sept. 24
   in Saskatoon.

Name Hometown
Kalyna Bahler Battleford, SK
Trystan Barta Carlyle, SK
Keeley Becker Tisdale, SK
Brooke Bentz Regina, SK
Emilie Bletsky Saskatoon, SK
Bryn Bohmann Saskatoon, SK
Courtney Botterill Moose Jaw, SK
Emma Buhay Lumsden, SK
Tori Currie Delisle, SK
Rosetta Cyr Punnichy, SK
Kristen Davyduke Saskatoon, SK
Kenzie Demers Debden, SK
Lauren Dickie Regina, SK
Audra Dust Saskatoon, SK
Hilary Dzioba Regina, SK
Paige Eden Ogema, SK
Kalin Harrabek Biggar, SK
Rees Kachmarski Battleford, SK
Kate Kessler Warman, SK
Erin Kirkland Tisdale, SK
Hannah Kostuk Saskatoon, SK
Emily Kotelnikoff Saskatoon, SK
Kailey Ledoux Saskatoon, SK
Sydney Leschinski Biggar, SK
Brooklyn Lowenberger Neudorf, SK
Devyn McLean Unity, SK
Aleah McNabb Rabbit Lake, SK
Amy Meyer Saskatoon, SK
Kiana Mullner Prince Albert, SK
Allyson Olberg Saskatoon, SK
Hailey Pangracs Regina, SK
Grace Pollon Wilcox, SK
Taris Rae Carlyle, SK
Abby Rutley Unity, SK
Paige Schultz Unity, SK
Hailey Verhelst Radville, SK
Leah Weinkauf Macklin, SK
Erica Wilson Carlyle, SK
Olivia Woytiuk Shell Lake, SK
Karli Zirk Saskatoon, SK


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