#Preseason Games

Next up please: Saskatchewan Rush ready for Friday’s game in San Diego

“It’s just a game, so you can’t jump too far ahead, but it feels a bit like old times.”. 12/07/2022 • 24 minutes ago • 4 minutes read Join the conversation Saskatchewan Rush’s Alex Buque (right) is congratulated after beating the Colorado Mammoth at the SaskTel Center. Photo was taken in Saskatoon on Saturday December 3, 2022. Photo by Michelle Berg/Saskatoon StarPhoenix.
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Broncos Sign QB Jarrett Guarantano To Practice Squad

Mike Klis reports that the Broncos are signing QB Jarrett Guarantano to their practice squad after working him out a few weeks ago. Guarantano, 25, originally played at Tennesee before transferring to Washington State. He went undrafted in the 2022 NFL Draft. He caught in with the Cardinals and played...
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Canyon soccer wins high-scoring league opener over West Ranch, 5-3

Canyon boys’ soccer (1-0, 1-0) had an offensive explosion in its first game of the season. The Cowboys took down the hosting West Ranch (1-1, 0-1) on Thursday with a 5-3 victory. Senior midfielder Andrew Montes shined in the loss for West Ranch with a hat trick in his...

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Sports This Week: Sask Rush coach happy with NLL preseason

YORKTON - Saskatchewan Rush fans are hoping for a better season ahead than the one finished in the spring, since the team missed the cut and watched the playoffs from the sidelines. Rush coach Jimmy Quinlan is of course hoping for better things too, especially as this will be his...

Ole Miss Women’s Basketball Heading Overseas for 2023 Foreign Tour

The Rebels are going international this summer, with head women’s basketball coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin announcing the team’s 2023 foreign tour to Italy July 30 through August 8. “With so many newcomers for next season, I’m excited about the opportunity that a tour abroad in Italy gives our team...

A loaded Cottonwood Colts boys hoops team is ready to go even further

The Cottonwood Colts boys basketball team finished fourth in Region 7 play last year with a 7-5 record. They went 15-9 overall, hosted their first state playoff game in 15 years and lost one of their leading scorers. According to Cottonwood athletic director Greg Southwick, he was told by Cottonwood...

Fever announces 2023 schedule

The Indiana Fever announced on Wednesday the 2023 regular season will tip off at Gainbridge Fieldhouse against the Connecticut Sun, last year’s WNBA runner-ups, on Friday, May 19. The team, which earlier this month secured the top draft pick in the upcoming 2023 WNBA Draft, returns to Gainbridge Fieldhouse...

Orestimba boys looking forward to hitting the basketball court

The OHS Varsity Boys Basketball team is heading into the 22-23 season with a 15 man roster including 11 returning players from last season. Three players are moving up from JV and one player is new to the team. Coach Charlie Kothenbeutel said the team has been working hard and...

How is Stingers’ basketball doing so far?

Both Stingers basketball teams are facing strong competitions this year. As the holiday break approaches, the first half of the season has proven challenging for Concordia’s women’s and men’s basketball teams. The women’s basketball team currently ranks fourth out of the five teams in the RSEQ, just...
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Basketball: DHS girls looking to build on momentum

There’s one thing Davis High girls basketball head coach Heather Highshoe doesn’t have to worry about doing this season; suiting up to take part in practices. That is because Highshoe has 12 players on this year’s roster. The 2021-22 squad finished with 10 players, some of whom were moved up toward the end of the regular season. There were times last season where the Blue Devils only had six to seven players competing in practices and games.

High school basketball: Lodi girls pull away late in nonleague game vs. Galt

Nov. 30—Twins Zoe and Kiah Aitken scored 14 points each as the Lodi High girls basketball team dispatched Galt High 52-35 on Tuesday at the Inferno. Kiah Aitken came two rebounds away from a triple double, with 10 steals and 8 rebounds. Under the basket, both teams fought for rebounds, but Lodi was more successful, out-rebounding Galt 36-17.

Bujold’s big start

Metropolitan Riveters newcomer Sarah Bujold has wasted no time in making an impact. The Canadian forward was just named the PHF’s first star of the week following a marquee five-point weekend, which included two unassisted shorthanded goals and two goals on the power play. Bujold already looks like a sneaky star signing and her big start is just one more reason PHF front offices need to pay close attention to European leagues to bolster their rosters.