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CanAm Bowl

The CanAm Bowl began in July of 1997 when an American All-star team made the trip to Canada to play a Saskatchewan All-star team in Porcupine Plain, Saskatchewan hosted by Bjorkdale. The USA won that inaugural game 40 - 22.

The CanAm Bowl is not run by Football Saskatchewan, for registration and more information on the 2019 CanAm Bowl, please contact the head coach of CanAm XXIII:

Darryl Dickson

Wakaw School
(306)233-4683

darryl.dickson@horizonsd.ca

 

CanAm Bowl History

1997 CanAm Bowl I - Porcupine Plain - USA 40, CAN 22
1998 CanAm Bowl II - Porcupine Plain - USA 72, CAN 12
1999 CanAm Bowl III - Outlook LCBI - USA 49, CAN 48 (OT)
2000 CanAm Bowl IV - Eatonia - CAN 28, USA 6
2001 CanAm Bowl V - Carrot River - USA 23, CAN 18
2002 CanAm Bowl VI - Central Butte - USA 67, CAN 30
2003 CanAm Bowl VII - Watrous - USA 40, CAN 24
2004 CanAm Bowl VIII - Outlook - CAN 61, USA 28
2005 CanAm Bowl IX - Raymore - USA 27, CAN 15
2006 CanAm Bowl X - Kelliher - USA 20, CAN 8
2007 CanAm Bowl XI - Central Butte - CAN 46, USA 14
2008 CanAm Bowl XII - Porcupine Plain - USA 42, CAN 31
2009 CanAm Bowl XIII - Carrot River - CAN 17, USA 16
2010 CanAm Bowl XIV - Preeceville - USA 25, CAN 17
2011 CanAm Bowl XV - Raymore - USA 63, CAN 24
2012 CanAm Bowl XVI - Biggar - USA 50, CAN 46
2013 CanAm Bowl XVII - Outlook - USA 64, CAN 16
2014 CanAm Bowl XVIII - Hague - USA 53, CAN 16
2015 CanAm Bowl XIX - Southey - USA 16, CAN 9

2016 CanAm Bowl XX - Hafford - USA 61, Can 22
2017 CanAm Bowl XXI - Kerrobert – USA 67, Can 49
2018 CanAm Bowl XXII – Kerrobert – USA 68, Can 30
2019 CanAm Bowl XXIII – Wakaw – CAN 40, USA 28

In 23 CanAm Bowls, Team USA leads the series 18-5 against Team Canada