PHOTO BY MICHELLE BERG
The Hilltops will enjoy home-field advantage throughout the 2023 Prairie Football Conference playoffs.
For what was otherwise a close game, the Saskatoon Hilltops laid a kicking on provincial rival Regina Thunder.
Photo Credit: Shane Clausing
The Saskatoon Hilltops are still undefeated in 2023.
On a rainy night in Saskatoon, they defeated the rival Regina Thunder 19-10 at SMF Field to move to 7-0 on the season in front of a crowd that drew just over 2,000 people.
The Regina Thunder (5-1) will have an opportunity for retribution tonight when they meet the Saskatoon Hilltops (6-0) at SMF Field.
Earlier this month, the Hilltops handed the Thunder their first regular loss since the 2019 season at Mosaic Stadium (36-6).
The Regina Thunder (5-1) completed the season series sweep of the Calgary Colts (2-4) with a 50-14 win at Leibel Field on Sunday afternoon.
Thunder Running back Ryland Leichert had two touchdowns on the ground.
Quarterback Carter Moberg tossed a pair of touchdowns.
RB Justin Reiger also had a touchdown run in the victory.
We are 100% volunteer run organization. We compete in the Prairie Conference of the Canadian Junior Football League (ages 18-22). We play out of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada and host our games at both Mosaic Stadium and Leibel Field. We attract players from all over the province, and country.