UPDATE: Thursday, December 7, 2023, 9:00 AM

The following local players have advanced to the Sask First Male U15 Top 160 tournament in Regina later this month.

  • Noah Gibson - Outlook - Defense
  • Jake Hargrave - Lucky Lake - Defense
  • Graydon Neumeier - Kerrobert - Forward 
  • Taylor Neumeier - Kerrobert - Forward
  • Connor Sittler - Dodsland - Forward
  • Kaine Thiessen - Kindersley - Forward

Read more about the regional camps held this past weekend below.

ORIGINAL: Monday, December 4, 2023, 12:00 PM

Hockey Saskatchewan's male U15 Sask First camp was held over the weekend with regional camps in Aberdeen and Lumsden. West-central Saskatchewan players in attendance made up parts of ten teams total in Aberdeen.  

The following local players were in attendance:

  • Kaine Thiessen - Kindersley - West Central Wheat Kings
  • Darian Lowe - Macklin - West Central Wheat Kings
  • Connor Sittler - Dodsland - West Central Wheat Kings
  • Kaleb Veller - Macklin - West Central Wheat Kings
  • Taylor Neumeier - Kerrobert - West Central Wheat Kings
  • Graydon Neumeier - Kerrobert - West Central Wheat Kings
  • Noah Gibson - Outlook - Prairie Hockey Academy
  • Jack Thiessen - Kindersley - West Central Wheat Kings
  • Dane Konkin - Outlook - Martensville Marauders
  • Emeri Cowie - Macklin - West Central Wheat Kings
  • Carson Fortin - Elrose - West Central Wheat Kings
  • Jayce Fick - Biggar - Prairie Predators

Looking at the schedule, skills sessions on Friday until noon on Saturday preceded a Sask First officials meeting. After that the games began with teams playing three times each, running all the way to early Sunday afternoon.

The next Sask First camps will take place the first week of February. The male U18 camp will be in Aberdeen and Lumsden between February 1-5, the female U18 camp runs in Southey those same dates, and same with the female U16 camps in Damleny and Pense. 

WestCentralOnline will update the article when the names are announced for the Top 160 tournament later this month.

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