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Football History

  • 4A SHSAA Provincial Champions: 1973, 1974, 1976, 1996, 2010, 2017
  • 4A RIFL Schwann Conference Champions: 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1986, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2010, 2017
    • 1963 - Campbell Collegiate opens.
    • 1964 - The Tartans join the RIFL. Jim McLeod is named the team's first Most Valuable Player.
    • 1970 - Lyle Culham becomes head coach
    • 1973 -City Champions (defeated Balfour Tech) and Provincial Champions (defeated Saskatoon Evan Hardy)
    • 1974 - Offensive Coordinator Rick Seaman is named president of the Regina Intercollegiate Football League. City Champions (defeated )
    • 1975 - RIFL conferences named after Dr. Paul Schwann and Jack Stewart; Campbell is placed in the Schwann Conference. City Champions (defeated Thom) and Provincial Champions (defeated Saskatoon Evan Hardy)
    • 1976 - The RIFL divided into two new conferences: the Schwann and Stewart Conferences. City Champions (defeated Martin) and Provincial Champions (defeated Saskatoon Aden Bowman)
    • 1977 - City Champions (defeated Thom) and Provincial Runners-Up (lost to Saskatoon Evan Hardy)
    • 1978 - Alumnus Rod Besler (University of Utah) signs with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Doug Currie named Schwann Conference co-Player of the Year.
    • 1979 - Alumnus Tim Hook (University of Montana) signs with the Saskachewan Roughriders.
    • 1981 - Alumnus Tim Hook (Saskatchewan Roughriders) signs with the Ottawa Rough Riders.
    • 1982 - Rick Seaman becomes head coach. Alumnus Terry Cochrane (Regina Rams) wins PJFC OUtstanding Offensive Back and Rookie of the Year.
    • 1983 - Alumnus Terry Cochrane (Regina Rams) named PJFC Most Valuable Player and Outstanding Offensive Back. He was also named CJFL Outstanding Offensive Player.
    • 1984 - Alumnus Tim Hook (Ottawa Rough Riders) signs with the Toronto Argonauts.
    • 1985 - Alumnus Terry Cochrane (UBC) signs with the Calgary Stampeders after being selected 38th overall in the CFL draft.
    • 1986 - Alumnus Ed McQuarters Jr. signs with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Alumnus Terry Cochrane (UBC) named MVP of the CIAU Central Bowl leading to a Vanier Cup Championship. City Champions (defeated ) and Provincial Runners-Up (lost to Saskatoon Holy Cross). Roger Reinson named Schwann Conference Player of the Year.
    • 1987 -Alumnus Terry Cochrane (UBC) signs with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Alumnus Mike Lazecki (Rams) signs with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
    • 1988 - Alumnus Doug Dorsch (Regina Rams) participates in Saskatchewan Roughriders training camp. Former coach Rick Seaman (Regina Rams) guest coaches at Saskatchewan Roughriders training camp. Alumnus Mike Lazecki (Regina Rams) signs with the Ottawa Rough Riders.
    • 1989 - Alumnus Mike Lazecki (U of S) signs with the Calgary Stampeders. Alumnus Terry Cochrane (UBC) signs with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Alumnus Kollin Erichsen (Regina Rams) sets a new CJFL single season rushing record (1383 yards). He is also named CJFL Outstanding Offensive Player.
    • 1990 - Alumnus Mike Lazecki (U of S) traded from the Calgary Stampeders to the Ottawa Rough Ridersand then comes back to the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Alumnus Kollin Erichsen (Regina Rams) named PJFC's Most Valuable Player.
    • 1993 - Alumnus Ron Lancaster Jr. named head coach of the University of Manitoba Bisons.
    • 1994 - Alumnus Roger Reinson (U of C) is invited to the CFL's evaluation camp, and later drafted and signed by the Calgary Stampeders. Andrew McLeod named Stewart Conference Defensive Player of the Year and Lineman of the Year.
    • 1995 - Jon Mitchell named MVP of the South Team in Senior Bowl XI. Alumnus Matt Kellett (Regina Rams) named PFC Outstanding Special Teams Player and CJFL All-Canadian,
    • 1996 - Alumnus Matt Kellett (U of S) sets a CIS Canada West record with 7 field goals vs. the U of A. City Champions (defeated Thom) and Provincial Champions (defeated Saskatoon Walter Murray). Doug Hill named Stewart Conference Lineman of the Year.
    • 1997 - Lonnie Hayes named MVP of the South Team in Senior Bowl XIII. Coach Greg Johnson head coaches the South Team. City Champions (defeated ) and Provincial Runners-Up (lost to Saskatoon Evan Hardy).
    • 1998 - Alumnus Matt Kellett (U of S) drafted 14th overall by the BC Lions. Coach Greg Johnson head coaches the South Team in Senior Bowl XIV. Alumnus Roger Reinson plays for the Grey Cup Champion Calgary Stampeders.
    • 1999 - Alumnus Matt Kellett (BC Lions) signs with the Edmonton Eskimos. Alumnus Roger Reinson (Calgary Stampeders) signs with the BC Lions.
    • 2000 - City Champions (defeated ) and Provincial Runners-Up (lost to Saskatoon Evan Hardy). Alumnus Roger Reinson plays for the Grey Cup Champion BC Lions.
    • 2001 - Alumnus Matt Kellett (Edmonton Eskimos) re-signs with the BC Lions. Alumnus Roger Reinson (BC Lions) signs with the Edmonton Eskimos.
    • 2003 - Alumnus Mike Thomas (U of R) drafted by the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Alumnus Matt Kellett (BC Lions) signs with Montreal Alouettes.
    • 2004 - Football Saskatchewan enters a Team Saskatchewan in the Football Canada Cup (under 19) for the first time. Alumni Joel Lipinski and Jordan Newhouse represent the Tartans on the roster. Brandon Ganne named Schwann Conference Defensive Player of the Year.
    • 2005 - Due to a strike by City of Regina workers, no games were played at Taylor Field; instsead, games were played at the U of R and Leibel Field. Alumnus Matt Kellett (Montreal Alouettes) traded to the Ottawa Rough Riders.
    • 2007 - After three seasons at the bottom of league standings, the Tartans make the playoffs.
    • 2009 - Tartan coach Ryan Hall leads Team Saskatchewan to their first ever Football Canada Cup (under 19) championship. Players Garrett Burgess and Zach Horsman are both on the team. Alumnus Joel Lipinski signs with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The Tartans get new home and away game jerseys, and switch to green pants. Under the direction of Principal Bruce Pearce, the Tartans hold their first ever homecoming game.
    • 2010 - Four Tartan players (Geoff Hughes, Frankie Gray, Davin Johnston and Justin Palmier) are members of Team Saskatchewan who win the first Football Canada Cup under 18 championship. City Champions (defeated Sheldon-Williams) and Provincial Champions (defeated Saskatoon Centennial in overtime). The Tartans make an appearance on the first ever Canada Football Chat Top 25 ranking of high school teams (#9). Tartan alumnus Joel Lipinski (Saskatchewan Roughriders) helps Team Canada win a silver medal at the IFAF senior world championship.
    • 2011 - The Tartans become the first high school team to play on the newly constructed Leibel Field when they play Miller High School in an exhibition scrimmage. The Tartans lose the Schwann Conference championship in triple overtime (Riffel Royals). The team donates a power lifting platform to the Campbell Training Centre. 
    • 2011-2012 - The Tartans lose their practice field for two seasons while the school underpinning project takes place and hundreds of tons of dirt are piled on the field.
    • 2012 - Ryan Hall becomes head coach. Coaches Ryan Hall, Rob Hartman and Brent Glenn, along with player Payton Hall lead Team Saskatchewan to the Red River Cup (under 16) championship in the first year Saskatchewan participated; Tartan alumnus Ryan Weir is the team manager. The Tartans hold their first ever pink game and make a donation to the Allan Blair Cancer Centre. The Tartans donate bumper plates and chains to the Campbell Training Centre.
    • 2013 - The Tartans donate rubber dumbbells to the Campbell Training Centre. The team loses the Schwann Conference championship (LeBoldus Golden Suns).
  • 2014 - Defensive back Payton Hall represents the Tartans as a member of Football Canada's all-star team in the International Bowl in Dallas. They trounce Team USA. Tartans coach Ryan Hall joins the staff of Football Canada's junior national team, and helps Team Canada to a silver medal finish at the IFAF world championship held in Kuwait. A dedicated team room is completed for the Tartans as part of the ongoing construction and improvment of the school. Unfortunately the newly re-built field is condemned due to numerous flaws that compromise player safety. For homecoming, and the first-ever Senior Game, the team sports new, one-of-a-kind third jerseys featuring the school's official tartan integrated in the shoulders, sleeves and numbers. The Tartans lose in the Schwann Conference championship (LeBoldus Golden Suns). For the first time, four Tartans sweep the RIFL major awards: Dryden Kalesnikoff (Outstanding Offensive Player and Outstanding Special Teams Player) Brody Strocen (Outstanding Defensive Player) and Braxton Turnbull (Outstanding Lineman). The Tartans are ranked the #13 team in Canada by Canada Football Chat. Former Tartan Coach Rick Seaman wins the Gino Fracas award as the top volunteer coach in CIS football after completing a long career with the University of Regina Rams. The Tartans donate a squat rack to the Campbell Training Centre.
  • 2015 - For the second year, defensive back Payton Hall represents the Tartans on the Football Canada Cup all star team, and helps Team Canada defeat Team USA in the International Bowl at AT&T Stadium (home of the Dallas Cowboys). Two Tartans make Football Canada Chat's Top 100 player rankings (Payton Hall #31 and Dryden Kalesnikoff #100). Alumnus Geoff Hughes (U of S) attends the CFL regional combine. Coaches Jeff Stusek and Rob Hartman and player Josh White lead Team South Sask to the Man-Sask Challenge under 16 championship. Again the Tartans are not able to use their practice field due to delays in correcting safety concerns; repairs are completed in late September, but too late for the grass to be established. Coach Ryan Hall becomes the first NCCP Competition Development cedrtified coach in Canada. The Tartans lose in the Schwann Conference championship (LeBoldus Golden Suns). Alumnus Boyd Richardson wins the Vanier Cup as a member of the UBC Thunderbirds.
  • 2016 - Alumnus Geoff Hughes (U of S) signs with the Hamilton Tiger Cats. For the third year, alumnus Payton Hall (U of S) plays with Team Canada (under 19) at the International Bowl in Dallas. Defensive Back Josh Hagerty represents the Tartans on the Football Canada Cup all star team in the International Bowl in Dallas and helps Team Canada defeat Team USA. Alumnus Boyd Richardson (UBC) participates in the CFL Combine and joins the practice roster of the BC Lions.  Kris Calcutt (Regina Thunder) joins the Saskatchewan Roughriders practice roster.  Matt Splett and Brock Wagg help Team South Sask win the Western Canada under 16 Football Challenge. The Tartans get new white game jerseys and gold game pants. Alumnus Marcus Hall (Thunder) named PFC Outstanding Defensive Back and CJFL All-Canadian. Alumnus Ryan Warner (Thunder) named PFC Outstanding Defensive Lineman and CJFL All Canadian. The Tartans donate two flat benches and one incline bench to the Campbell Training Centre.
  • 2017 - Jaxon Ford, Bennett Stusek and Josh White participate in the first ever Team Sask under 17 team at the International Bowl in Arlington, Texas.  Alumnus Evan Johnson (U of S) is selected in the 1st round of the CFL draft by the Ottawa RedBlacks and becomes  a starter midway through the season. Alumnus Richie Sindani (Calgary Colts) is selected in the 7th round by the Calgary Stampeders (he spends the season with the U of C Dinos). Coach Ryan Hall gives Safe Contact instruction to the coaching staffs of the CFL's Stampeders, Blue Bombers, Roughriders and RedBlacks. The old, wood equipment shed is replaced by a metal storage bin. In June, the Tartans participate in their first "Friendship Camp" with the Kahkewistahaw Hurricanes. City Champions (defeated Leboldus Golden Suns). Provincial Champions (defeated Saskatoon Centennial Chargers). The Tartans are ranked #10 in canadafootballchat.com's rankings of the top 50 teams in Canada. Coach Ryan Hall completes the book project "Coaching Canadian Football" for Football Canada.
  • 2018 - Jaxon Ford, Bennett Stusek and Josh White represent Canada as members of the under 18 Team Canada at the International Bowl. Jaxon and Josh are named team captains. Team Canada trounces Team USA. Coach Tim McFadden helps coach the under 16 Team Western Canada to an undefeated jamboree record at the International Bowl. Josh White is ranked #55 in canadafootballchat.com's top 100 player rankings. Payton Hall (U of S Huskies) participates int the U SPORTS East West Bowl. Coach Ryan Hall gives Safe Contact instruction to the coaching staffs of the CFL's Alouettes and Roughriders. Alumnus Richie Sindani (U of C Dino's) makes the Calgary Stampeters' roster. Jaxon Ford and Josh White are members of Team Canada at the International Federation of American Football World Championship in Mexico. Kelly Adams becomes Head Coach. The Tartans get new green jerseys and pants.