Profile of Matthew Gourlie

Matthew Gourlie is a sports reporter at the Moose Jaw Times-Herald.

All articles of Matthew Gourlie

  • Big team of locals for YBC provincials

    Moose Jaw YBC will be sending five teams and three singles players to the YBC Saskatchewan provincials, Mar. 6 in Saskatoon. "It was a really ...

  • Big in the clutch

    However, when the game was on the line, they rose to the occasion to earn a 6-4 win over the Swift Current Broncos at Mosaic Place. Noah Gregor ...

  • A great experience

    Last week was not that time. The Peacock Tornadoes offensive lineman has won all 29 high school games he has played in. Last week in Arlington, ...

  • Big man, big dreams

    He could also be part of a growing trend. The former Saskatchewan Roughriders offensive lineman is looking to make the jump to the ...

  • No Point prognosis

    They wish that wasn't true, though. "He's our leader. He's our captain for a reason. He's Brayden Point," Warriors winger Dryden Hunt said. ...

  • Taking the next step

    The Peacock seniors, along with Grade 10 lead Dayan Perry, won their second straight Moose Jaw High School boys curling title Saturday. The Grade ...

  • Wareham sees worrying signs  

    It wasn't just that his Moose Jaw Generals squandered an opportunity with their 3-2 overtime loss to the Battlefords Stars. It was bigger than ...

  • Hunter seeks improvement

    If the Warriors want to consistently be at the level of the Memorial Cup hosts and some of the WHL's other elite teams, there are areas where ...

  • J.R. Superstar 

    That, combined with a spontaneous streak, made for a memorable 24th annual Moose Jaw Kinsmen Sports Celebrity Banquet Saturday. Roenick surprised ...

  • Struggling to find a way

    Their 5-1 loss to the Lethbridge Hurricanes was painful enough, but far more worrying was losing captain Brayden Point for the third period. ...