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Maddogs Football Community Day Draws Big Crowd

by Jocelyn Ottenbreit

Martensville’s Maddog youth football organization is in full swing for the fall season with games being held at the Maddogs Football Field as well as the Saskatoon Minor Football (SMF) field in Saskatoon.

Each year the organization hosts the Maddogs Homecoming event that involves fun for the whole family. This year the organization decided to change the name of their annual Homecoming event to the Maddogs Football Community Event which took place on Saturday, September 23rd at the Maddogs Football Field.

The day included great football, games for kids, food, 50/50, silent auction and raffle tables full of prizes from various community sponsors. “We were also fortunate enough to have Hawks Nest Studio students Seneca Santo and Hawkley Dereniwski provide us with live entertainment between our two games. Berkeley Dereniwski and Seneca Santo sang anthems for the games,” said Maddogs President Som Houmphanh.

Peewee Maddogs teams started off the day at 10 am and came up on top with a 58 – 25 win against Babineau Warriors, and the Bantam Maddogs beat the Ledingham Steelers in a close match of 18-14.

“Maddogs football has been a staple piece in Martensville for the past 18 years and has seen the evolution from a day of football games to a day of fun for the entire family. With every year, we had two very competitive and exciting football games, where both Martensville teams came away with the wins over their opponents.”

“We want to thank all the volunteers for their help and support in making this community day event such a success.”

“We look forward to hosting the event next year and hope more of our community members attend to cheer on both teams. Go Maddog’s!!”

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