Good luck to the #1 seed Carrot River Wild Cats and the #2 seed Wakaw Warriors as the represent Conference 4 in Provinial playoffs.

This site displays general information, schedules, standings, and game summaries for Six Man Football games played in Conference 4 of the SHSAA, in both the 1A and 2A classifications. 

Six Man football has seen a lot of change over the last couple of years. This September will see Clavet leave six man and compete in the 9 man category. Five new six man football teams will begin play in the fall bringing the total number of six man teams to 44.  Wynyard moves from 9 man and Milestone, Broadview, Davidson, and Birch Hills will be new programs.


SHSAA has realigned the four conferences again this year to accommodate the new teams. Distance teams have to travel and the size of each conference were among the considerations. Realignment at the SHSAA level means change at the conference level. In Conference 4 this year 1A teams will only play the other 1A teams, and the 2A teams will only play the other 2A teams. 


New to Conference 4 in the 1a classification this year are the Canora Cougars and Porcupine Plain Bears. New to the 2a classification are the Birch Hills Marauders and Aberdeen Crusaders. The Wakaw Warriors move to 1a from 2a.  Hafford, Shellbrook, Big River, and Spiritwood all move to Conference 2. It will be exciting for players and coaches to visit new communities and for fans to see some new programs come to their town.