On the evening of October 31, Fred passed away peacefully with members of his family by his side after a courageous battle with cancer. Fred was born, raised and educated in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan before entering classes at the Saskatchewan Hospital in Weyburn where he graduated as a Psychiatric Nurse. He then went on to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Regina before entering the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan, graduating in Fred's legal career of 42 years began at Balfour, Moss, Milliken, Laschuk, Kyle and Vancise in Regina and continued even into mid-October of this year. Fred was passionate about the law and made many lifelong friends through his practice. Fred belonged to numerous other groups and charitable organizations.
Zach McIntyre picked up a hat-trick in the final which included the EN to put the game out of reach late after Ethan Evanovich scored with 4 minutes left to give Yorkton breathing room. The Terriers went a perfect and outscored their opponents in the process for a pretty dominant performance once again this year. Yellowhead also should be given credit for a strong tournament as they were also undefeated until the loss in the final. The Chiefs outscored their opponents in the tournament. Lots of quality in the Defense Category. Traditionally, often tougher to find Right Hand Defensemen.
This weekend marks the start of Sask First tournament hockey, as the midget boys' and girls' tournaments take place in Regina. The Zone 7 team, which is one of the largest zones geographically, starts off the tournament against Zone 8, northern Saskatchewan, Friday. Saturday, the team will face Zone 3, the Swift Current-Moose Jaw area, in the morning and Zone 5, the Humboldt area, in the evening with the finals set for Sunday. Chase Smith, who played with Neilberg was selected to the team as a defenceman and Borden's Dustin Bezugly, who played in Martensville, made the team as a forward.
Ryleigh Carson was the winning goalie. The Comet Impact was first in the North Division. The Rebels carry a overall record into the best-of-three provincial final, which is to begin Sunday, p. Game 2 is slated for Tuesday in Saskatoon.