At Viterra, we take great pride in supporting the communities where we live and work, and teaming up with Football Saskatchewan is a great way to demonstrate this commitment. Football Saskatchewan is helping the youth of our province develop important values such as teamwork, respect and a dedication to excellence that they will carry with them in their future endeavors. Viterra is proud to invest in their success, and to support the great work Football Saskatchewan does to develop amateur football across the province.
2019 Viterra Senior Bowl Selection Camps:
April 27th & 28th in both Regina (South) and Saskatoon (North).
2019 Viterra Senior Bowl Practices & Games
May 24-26 in Regina, SK @ Mosaic Stadium.
The intent of the Viterra Senior Bowl game is to showcase the best high school football players in 6, 9, & 12 man, who have used their last year of eligibility, in a North vs. South all-star game. Every year Football Saskatchewan asks all high school coaches throughout the province to nominate players from their school, who they feel are capable of playing and competing with the best football players in the Province.
Selection camps will run in late April or early May. The respective North/South Coaching staffs will run the two-a-day practices scheduled for this weekend with guest coaches from the high school leagues. The weekend selection camps will consist of four practices, two Saturday and two Sunday. Players will be evaluated by the Senior Bowl coaching staff and will be notified after if they will be representing one of the Senior Bowl teams. At least half the practices must be attended to be eligible for selection to the senior bowl team.
The Viterra Senior Bowl Game changes locations between Regina’s Mosaic Stadium and SMF Field. The 6, 9, & 12 man games feature the top 170 graduating high school players from the Northern and Southern parts of the province. The game was developed to promote and further develop the game of football for residents of Saskatchewan. This game is a showcase for all scouts, coaches, players and fans that love and have contributed to the game of football in Saskatchewan.
Aberdeen, Bethlehem, Biggar, Birch Hills, Carrot River, Centennial, Clavet, Dalmeny, Davidson, Delisle, Elrose, Eston, Hafford, Hague, Hanley, Hudson Bay, Humboldt, John Paul II (North Battleford), Kerrobert, Kindersley, La Ronge, Loreburn, Luseland, Martensville, Meadow Lake, Meath Park, Melfort, Nipawin, North Battleford, Outlook, Outlook-LCBI, Plenty, Porcupine Plain, Prince Albert, P.A.C.I., Rosetown, Rosthern, Shellbrook, Spiritwood, St. Mary's, Tisdale, Unity, Wakaw, Warman, Watrous, Watson, Wilkie.
Saskatoon Schools: Marion Graham, Tommy Douglas, Evan Hardy, Aden Bowman, Mount Royal, Holy Cross, Walter Murray, Bishop Mahoney, Bedford Road, St. Joseph.
Assiniboia, Balgonie, Broadview, Canora, Caronport, Central Butte, Cupar, Esterhazy, Estevan, Foam Lake, Fort Qu'Appelle, Gull Lake, Indian Head, Kamsack, Kelliher, Lanigan, Lemburg, Lumsden, Maple Creek, Melville, Milestone, Moose Jaw Central, Moose Jaw Vanier, Moose Jaw Peacock, Moosomin, Raymore, Preeceville, Shaunavon, Southey, Swift Current, Weyburn, Wilcox, Wynyard, Yorkton Regional, Yorkton Sacred Heart.
Regina Schools: Miller, Luther, O'Neill, Johnson, Sheldon Williams, Riffel, Campbell, Leboldus, Thom, Balfour, Winston Knoll.