Sevillano picks Notre Dame2 minute read Friday, Jun. 2, 2023
Sean Sevillano Jr. admitted the decision was difficult, but ultimately satisfying.
On Friday, the 6-2, 300-pound nose tackle from West St. Paul did what many young football players from Manitoba can only dream about when he confirmed he will be attending the University of Notre Dame on a football scholarship.
Sevillano will head to the South Bend, Ind., campus in 2024, rebuffing more than two dozen NCAA Division offers from schools including Ohio State University, Miami, Kansas and Auburn.
Notre Dame, a private Catholic institution, made a big impression on Sevillano, who was raised Catholic.
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High School Hall of Fame names latest class2 minute read Preview Friday, Apr. 21, 2023
The Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association has announced its 2023 Hall of Fame Class and the list includes four builders and one team.
The honoured builders include Ken Overby of Teulon Collegiate (multi-sport), Gord Nixon of Russell’s Major Pratt School (multi-sport), Daryl Ford of Glenboro School (volleyball) and Morris Glimcher, the former executive director of the MHSAA.
The lone team to be recognized is the 1996-98 Morris School varsity girls volleyball club.
Overby, already a member of the Manitoba Basketball Hall of Fame, coached junior varsity and varsity girls basketball, varsity boys basketball, cross-country and track and field from 1995 to 2010 after beginning his career at Warren Collegiate.
U18 AAA Female Ice lose heartbreaker to Rebels in double OT3 minute read Preview Saturday, Apr. 8, 2023
REGINA — Stryker Zablocki’s breakaway goal 56 seconds into the second overtime period lifted the Regina Rebels to a stunning 4-3 triumph over the Winnipeg Ice in the opening game of the Western Regional U18 AAA Female Hockey Final at the Co-operators Centre.
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