U of R Rams Remain 6th Nationwide After Harsh Test Against Huskies

Regina Rams finished sixth in the Usports Football Rankings for the second week in a row.

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Regina Rams finished sixth in Usports’ top 10 football rankings for the second week in a row.

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The Rams lost to the second-placed University of Saskatchewan Huskies in Saturday’s 11-10 game against Canada West.

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On Friday night, the Rams (2-1) will take on the hosts UBC Thunderbirds (1-2) while the Huskies (3-0) will take on Edmonton’s University of Alberta Golden Bears (2-1).


Regina Thunder’s Isiah Woodley leads the Prairie Football Conference with 485 yards in five weeks into the regular season.

With 29 catches, Woodley joins teammate Isaac Hood for the top spot in that category. Hood’s receiving yards are 466, which puts him in third place, seven less than Winnipeg Rifle’s Jake Rogers.

Regina’s Justin McKerracher leads the PFC with five interceptions. He visited Saskatoon on Saturday where he had three picks in a game he won 23-7 at the Hilltops.

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The Thunder (5-0) are set to return to action on Sunday’s road trip against Winnipeg (3-2). The win allows Regina to clinch the top spot for the second season in a row.

soccer score

Two goals from Emiliano Garza Pereya helped the Laval Lions beat the Johnson Wildcats 4-2 in the Regina High School Athletic Association youth soccer game on Tuesday.

In another Tuesday match, Miller Marauders’ Peter Ashaib and Winston Knoll Wolverines’ Abhishek Pola each scored two goals as the teams drew 3-3.

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Jared Sikh scored two goals and a shootout winner as the Notre Dame Hounds beat the hosts Kindersley Clippers 5-4 in Monday’s SJHL action.

Kindersley’s Liam Bell scored with one second left in the third period to force a five-minute overtime session, but it was scoreless.

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In Tuesday’s other SJHL game, Cade Runke put in a first-star performance with goals and assists to lead the Esteban Bruins to a 4–1 victory over the hosts Nipawin Hawks.

rugby results

The Saskatoon Wild Oats defeated Campion Grad 48-38 on Saturday to win the Saskatchewan Men’s 15-Year-Old Rugby Championship. Greg Lamb led the Regina-native alumni with his 12 points.

Also on Saturday, the Regina Women’s Teenagers defeated the host Saskatoon team 57-39.

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U of R Rams Remain 6th Nationwide After Harsh Test Against Huskies

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