Blades Donate $5000 Towards Indigenous Sports Academy
SASKATOON, SK - The Saskatoon Blades Hockey Club is pleased to partner with the Indigenous Sports Academy of Saskatoon and contribute $5000 towards its development of First Nations youth athletes in the community.
The Indigenous Sports Academy (ISA) is a high-performance hockey academy based out of Saskatoon that focuses on providing Indigenous youth with a unique academic and athletic experience. The ISA U18 Eagles are in the early stages of its first year of competition and compete primarily out of the Canlan Ice Sports Agriplace in Saskatoon.
The ISA U18 Eagles next game comes on Saturday, October 16th, hosting the Saskatoon NorthEast U18AA squad at 7:30pm.
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