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This is the third of four weekly installments shining a spotlight on Sean Montgomery, Zack Hayes, Brayden Pachal, and Parker Kelly, the four captains of the Prince Albert Raiders. While they’ve each had a unique path that has brought them here, they’re all cut from a similar cloth when it comes to leadership, and that all started at home well before they arrived in Prince Albert.
This is the third of four weekly installments shining a spotlight on Sean Montgomery, Zack Hayes, Brayden Pachal, and Parker Kelly, the four captains of the Prince Albert Raiders. While they’ve each had a unique path that has brought them here, they’re all cut from a similar cloth when it comes to leadership, and that all started at home well before they arrived in Prince Albert. Jeff D'Andrea/paNOW Staff

The Captains: Rink rat Pachal finds home in Prince Albert

By Trevor Redden
January 30, 2019 - 12:00pm

paNOW takes a look at the team leaders on the Prince Albert Raiders. This week, it's captain Brayden Pachal.

Brayden Pachal technically grew up in his family home in Estevan, but if you ask his parents Kent and Rhonda, he may have spent more time on the ice than anywhere else.

Robyn Silvernagle's rink defeated Sherry Anderson 6-5 to win the 2019 Viterra Scotties Provincial Championship in Humboldt.
Robyn Silvernagle's rink defeated Sherry Anderson 6-5 to win the 2019 Viterra Scotties Provincial Championship in Humboldt. Brady Lang/ paNOW Staff

Silvernagle takes title at 2019 Viterra Scotties

By Brady Lang
January 27, 2019 - 11:31pm Updated: January 28, 2019 - 8:28am

Third time's a charm for Robyn Silvernagle. 

The North Battleford skip outlasted Saskatoon's Sherry Anderson by a score of 6-5 to win the 2019 Viterra Scotties Provincial Championship in Humboldt.

The Saskatchewan backend of Trevor Johnson and Rylan Kleiter examine the house during the semifinal matchup against Manitoba.
The Saskatchewan backend of Trevor Johnson and Rylan Kleiter examine the house during the semifinal matchup against Manitoba. Jeff D’Andrea/paNOW Staff

Team Sask finishes in third; Manitoba off to the finals

By Jeff D'Andrea
January 26, 2019 - 10:23pm

They'll want it to last just one more day, but Rylan Kleiter and Team Saskatchewan won’t soon forget their experience at the 2019 New Holland Junior Men’s Curling Championships.

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