skip navigation

Qu'Appelle Valley District Athletic Association - Prairie Valley School Division #208

QVDA Athletics  

Independent schools that associated with the QVDA are as follows: Nakoda Oyada Education Complex (NOEC), Cowessess Community Educational Centre, Peepeekisis Pesakastew, Chief Paskwa Education Centre, Chief Kahkewistahaw Education Centre, Payepot, Kakisiwew, St. Augustine Roman Catholic School, Standing Buffalo, and Notre Dame College.

Trevor Viergutz

QVDA District President

Phone: 695-3929 F: 695-2328

Dale Reed

PVSD Athletic Commissioner

Phone: 529-9080

Kayla Vargo

QVDA Officials Commissioner

Phone: 696-2727 F: 696-3592


2023-24 QVDA Awards

By Trevor Viergutz 04/30/2024, 9:30am CST

It is that time of year again…the QVDA is looking for your nominations in the following areas:

The Randy Clark Outstanding Official Award

Outstanding Coach Award (Male and Female)

James Schnell QVDA Service Award (if you are nominating someone for a service award the pictures could be compiled after they have been selected)


The nominations are for any individuals involved with QVDA athletics in the 2023-24 school year. Nominations are not strictly limited to athletic directors so please share this information with your staff so they have the opportunity to nominate a worthy individual. Nomination forms from previous years must be re-submitted to be considered. I urge administrators, athletic directors and staff to seriously consider nominating someone because there are many quality individuals that contribute a lot to the QVDA but are never nominated or recognized.

A list of previous winners can be found under the awards tab above and the nomination forms can be found under the forms tab. Please return competed forms to before, Monday, May 6th (Ignore the April deadline on the forms).

Basketball Officials Clinic

By Kayla Vargo 11/28/2023, 10:30am CST

There will be a basketball officiating clinic in Kipling on Wednesday, December 6th at 5:30pm- The clinic is FREE. Please email if you plan to attend.  A whistle will be provided. Please bring running shoes.

More clinics to come once we get dates figured out.

Please help us grow our pool of local officials!

QVDA Basketball Coaches Clinic

By Josh Godlien 02/08/2023, 8:30am CST

The QVDA will be hosting a free basketball coaching clinic on Tuesday, February 14th.  The clinic will be held at Indian Head High School from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.  I do realize that the 14th is Valentine’s Day, but I thought it was fitting to symbolize our passion and love for the game basketball to host it on this day. The clinic will consist of two-1.5 hour sessions.  We urge basketball coaches of all levels to attend.  The first session will focus on player development, and the second session will focus on developing a pressure defence. The clinic will also include a nutritional break that consists of subs, cookies, and drinks for all participants. 

For this event, we have been able to book two great presenters, Wayne Morrison and Dave Clark. Wayne Morrison is currently an assistant coach for the U of R's women's basketball team.  Prior to joining the Cougars, Morrison was the long-time senior girls' basketball coach at Athol Murray College of Notre Dame in Wilcox. Morrison guided the Hounds to a total of five provincial 3A championships, winning in 1986, 1987, 1999, 2000, and 2005.  Wayne also has extensive experience coaching with the Team Saskatchewan program. Dave Clark is currently the head coach of the Indian Head Senior Girls’ basketball team. Dave has been coaching basketball for the past 28 years.  Over the years, Dave has been able to build a competitive program at Indian Head High School.  He has experienced great success with 8 trips to Hoopla, which resulted in 6 consecutive trips and 5 medals.  Dave has presented at the SHSAA coaches symposium and has been a mentor to many young coaches in the local area.  We are looking forward to the vast knowledge these two hard-working coaches have to share. 

We would like all participants of the clinic to register by Friday, February 10. It is important that you register so that we have a good idea of how many people to expect.  You can register by emailing your name and school to Please forward this to your community coaches as well so we can strengthen the skills of our local coaches.  

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me through email. I look forward to seeing you at the clinic.