Registration notices for the sports listed below are usually announced in the Cut Knife Courier weekly newspaper. For youth activities, registration notifications may also be sent home with students or noted in the school newsletter.
Cut Knife Community School has strong extra-curricular sports programming for cross country running, curling, junior and senior badminton, junior boys and junior girls volleyball, senior boys and senior girls volleyball, and track and field.
Country Lanes Bowling is a community-owned, 4-lane bowling centre established in 1997. It currently runs leagues Monday through Thursday, September through March with bowlers ranging in age from 5-90!
YOUTH BOWLING PROGRAM
YBC runs after school hours. Registration is in September, and the season finishes up with a banquet and awards ceremony at the Community Centre.
ADULT BOWLING LEAGUE
Cut Knife has been represented annually at Provincial and National events by the adult bowlers. Many bowlers have also competed nationally in the Masters program. Registration is in September, and league play finishes up with a banquet and awards ceremony.
Country Lanes Bowling programs are run by Len and Tracy Anseth who take their bowling seriously – both are celebrated bowlers and medalists – but they also work hard to make the whole bowling experience fun and enjoyable for everyone.
Country Lanes Bowling | 201 Broad Street
Rentals: Birthday, Christmas, Team Wind-ups and Family Parties | Contact Mark Alexander 1-306-398-766
The Cut Knife Minor Hockey Association is a member of the Saskatchewan Hockey Association (SHA) that oversees all organized hockey in the province. Cut Knife hockey teams play within the Hi-Way 14 Hockey League. Home ice for practices and games is the Civic Centre which is equipped with artificial ice. The number of teams fielded in any season depends upon the number of players signing up from each age group.
Cut Knife Civic Centre | 205 Orton Street
Phone: Jeanne Gilchrist 1-306-398-7645, or Mike Wismer 1-306-398-7373
Registration is in September.
SLEDGE HOCKEY CLUB
The Cut Knife Sledge Hockey Club is a member of the Saskatchewan Wheelchair Sports Association. Sledge Hockey is the Paralympic version of ice hockey. It is a fast-paced, highly physical game originally developed for athletes with a physical disability in the lower part of the body. The game has essentially the same rules as ice hockey, which were drafted from Canadian rules. The Cut Knife Sledge Hockey Club encourages everyone, disabled or not, to participate. The Cut Knife Civic Centre is home ice.