The Saskatoon Hilltops are a Canadian Junior Football team based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The Hilltops play in the six-team Prairie Football Conference, which itself is part of the Canadian Junior Football League (CJFL) and competes annually for the national title known as the Canadian Bowl. The team was originally founded in 1921, but was reorganized in 1947. Gordie Howe Bowl is the home field for the Saskatoon Hilltops and was to undergo expansion and installation of artificial turf beginning in 2009. In 2011, Saskatoon's city council decided that plans for Gordie Howe Bowl were not feasible and plans to upgrade the facility have been put on hold.
The Hilltops have won 16 of the 19 Canadian Championships they have played in, the most recent being the 2012 Canadian Bowl versus the Langley Rams at Langley, B.C. “I’m pretty sure the odds are in my favour. The Saskatoon Hilltops are vying for their third straight Canadian Championship. They know how to win football games. I am proud to support them, and proud they are representing Saskatchewan. said Kevin Doherty, Saskatchewan’s Minister of Parks, Culture, and Sport of a friendly wager made between himself, and Bill Bennett, British Columbia’s Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development. It will be Bennett who will don a Saskatoon Hilltop jersey for a day.
August 12, 2012 Amazing play by Saskatoon Hilltop quarterback number 8 Matt Karpinka. A lateral throw to the wide receiver number 5 Jared Andreychuk who threw it downfield for a catch by number 28 Kyle McGinnis and run!!!  Photograph attribution Julia Adamson
Touchdown Hilltops Sept 19 game Hilltops 43 Winnipeg Rifles 9 Photograph attribution Julia Adamson 
Hilltops capture Shrine Bowl 66-26, a two-game aggregate score between the Saskatchewan teams. The Hilltops beat the Thunder 24-9 on Sept. 8 and 42-17 on Sept. 22, 2012 
August 12, 2012 Amazing play... catch by number 28 Kyle McGinnis and run!!! Photograph attribution Julia Adamson
August 12, 2012 1:00 pm Andre Lalonde number 20 is seen here coming in with a touchdown at 2:29 p.m.
August 12, 2012 Calgary Colts v.s.Saskatoon Hilltops Hilltops Touchdown is shown here followed by an Hilltop attempt at a two point convert to tie the game
September 8, 2012 Tackle by Regina Thunder Defensive Back #38 Landon Walter  Photograph attribution Julia Adamson
September 8, 2012 An amazing reception by Chad Braun, Receiver, #11. A 16 yard catch  Photograph attribution Julia Adamson
September 22 touchdown places score at Thunder 10 - 40 Hilltops; 5:24 left in 4th Quarter; convert good score 10-41. Game ends Thunder 17 - 42 Hilltops
Sunday October 14, 2012 1:00 p.m. Junior Football game in the Prairie Football Conference (PFC). Canadian Junior Football League teams included Edmonton and Saskatoon. Saskatoon Hilltops were the home team at Gordie Howe Bowl home to the Saskatoon Hilltops . The game concluded at Hilltops 42-11 Wildcats. The Hilltops will continue in the playoffs advancing to the PFC Final next Sunday, October 21, 2012. The Regina Thunder defeated the Calgary Colts 24-21. Hilltops meet the Thunder at Gordie Howe Bowl. The champion of the PFC final will receive the hosting rights for the Jostens Cup. The Jostens Cup is played between the OFC Champion and PFC Champion Teams. The Jostens Cup winner goes on to play the BCFC Champion for the Canadian Bowl Championship. 
Wildcat QB Taylor Yaremchuck brought down by Hilltops Donovan Dale 
Graham Unruh makes a spectacular reception in the second quarter of the PFC Semi Final game
Hilltops are champions with their 15th PFC championship trophy Oct 21, 2012 at the Regina Thunder - Hilltop game
Chris Friesen interception in the ending moments of the fourth quarter Oct 21, 2012