Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame


Saskatoon Field House, 2020 College Drive, (306) 664-6744

1991 Saskatoon Hilltops

Teams (1995)

Canadian Junior Football Champions


The Saskatoon Hilltops went through the 1991 schedule with seven wins and one loss. They scored 350 points in the eight games and allowed only 138 to be scored against them. Brent Schneider was named most valuable player and eight Hilltops made the all-star team. In the first round of the playoffs, the Hilltops beat Edmonton Huskies, 52-6.

In the league final, they faced the old rivals, Regina Rams, but came away with a 32-9 victory. In the western final, the Hilltops took a 22-0 lead in the first quarter and defeated the Okanogan Sun 41-27. In the Canadian final at Griffiths Stadium, the Hilltops beat the Ottawa Sooners, 48-7, with Brent Schneider completing 21 passes for four touchdowns and 472 yards.

It was the eighth time the Hilltops won the national championship. Dave Hardy was coach of the team and it was his first national title.

Top row: Jarrett Little, Dave Guthrie, Kirk Lovegrove, Pat Barry, Chris Barry, Derick Bidwell, Sheldon Sommerfeldt, Dave Fisher, Kirby Frey, Bryan Monar, Reagan Simpson, Greg Hartz Second row: Assistant Trainer - Keith Zawislak, Coach - Kelly Bowers, Coach - Doug Humbert, Coach - Dwight Harnish, Coach - Tom Sargeant, Coach - Guy Fuller, Head Coach - Dave Hardy, President - Garth McLean, Team Manager - Graham Simpson, Equipment Manager - Keith Norman, Trainer - Corey Young, Assistant Trainer - Alistair Wilson Third row: Sam Daou, Mark Tataryn, Donovan Swinnerton, David Abraham, Lloyd Tulp, Dave Reidy, Kelly Fletcher, Mitch Barber, Ryan Deback, Dwayne Siki, Dave Grabowski, Steve Johnson Fourth row: Brian Schaan, Jeremy Braitenbach, Randy Cardell, Kevin Wright, Wayne Nogier, Geoff Sookocheff, Richard Moehler, George Robertson, Jason Weber, Pat Babichuk, Warren Muzika, Kelly Hubbs Fifth row: Greg Yuel, Chris Hall, Sean Zaychkowsky, Ken Kane, Doug Keller, Vince Sopczak, Graham McComber, Todd Misener, Justin Loshack, Greg Moe, Vince Ashmeade, Russ Fedak Sixth row: Mark Neil, Ken Campbell, Jason Stratychuk, Brennan Fobel, Kurt Wintermute, Kelly Wist, Gord Gantner, Gord Rybchinski, Jermaine Brown, Jason Doell, Brad Churchwell, Brent Schneider