The Yorkton Terriers continued their stretch of road games by getting split at the Whitney Forum in Flin Flon.
On Friday, the Terriers fell 6-2 to the Bombers.
Carson Henry and Jordan Mis scored for the Terriers while Phillipe Bond turned aside 44 shots in the loss.
Meanwhile the Terriers responded on Saturday with a 4-1 victory.
SJHL leading scorer Chantz Petruic and Ryan Ries each had a pair of goals for the Terriers who got a 47 save performance in the win from Ryan Ouellette.
The Terriers will continue their road trip on Tuesday and Wednesday this weekend in Kindersley and Battlefords respectively. GX94 will broadcast the game with the pregame show both nights beginning at 7:20, with the play by play starting at 7:30.
The Melville Millionaires' also had a split of their two games this past weekend.
After almost being out for 2 months, Berk Berkeliev made his return to the Melville Millionaires' crease and make 35 saves but the Mils fell on Friday, 2-0 to the Notre Dame Hounds.
But the Mils came back in a big way on Saturday in Estevan, hammering the Bruins 5-1 at Affinity Place.
Nic Porterfield led the way with a Hat-Trick for Melville while Payton Jerome and Zach Bannister replied with singles.
Berkeliev got his 2nd straight start and made 41 saves on 42 shots to earn his 1st victory of the season.
The Mils will return to action on Tuesday night when they entertain the Weyburn Red Wings at the Horizon Credit Union Center. Puck drop will be at 7:30PM and admission to the game will only be $5.
The Swan Valley Stampeders got a goal and an assist from Leyson Coleman and Nathan Carl on Sunday night as they defeated the Selkirk Steelers 3-1.
Mattias Dal Monte also scored for the Stamps while Mikael Foucher made 25 saves in the win.
The Steelers got the upper-hand on Saturday night defeating Swan Valley 7-3.
Trevor Schroder had 2 goals for the Stamps in the loss.
Swan Valley will return to action on Friday night when they visit the Winkler Flyers.
The Waywayseecappo Wolverines dropped both of their games on their weekend road-trip.
On Friday, the Wolverines dropped a 3-2 decision to the Winnipeg Blues.
Jaymes Knee and Brody Moffatt had the goals for Wayway.
Then on Saturday, the Wolverines dropped a wild one, 7-5 to the Portage Terriers.
Former Terrier Nick Doyle had 1G 2A to lead the Wolverines while Anthony Bilka, Matthew Swanson, Conrad Phillips and Brody Moffatt also scored.
The Wolverines will return to action on Tuesday night when they welcome the Virden Oil Capitals to the Wayway Arena Complex.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Yorkton Regional Raider Gridders capture first Provincial title since 1994
After trailing 23-8 with just over 4 minutes remaining, the Yorkton Regional Raider Gridders scored 22 unanswered points including the go-ahead rushing touchdown from Garrett Ellis in overtime to lead them to a 30-23 victory over the Saskatoon Bishop James Mahoney Saints at Kinsmen Century Field in Yorkton to capture the 5A 12-Man High School Provincial title.
The title was the first provincial title for Yorkton Regional since 1994.
Raider Gridder Head Coach Roby Sharpe comments after win below:
Indian Head slips by Notre Dame to capture 3A 9-Man Football crown
The Indian Head Broncs held on for a 14-6 victory over the Notre Dame Hounds on Saturday afternoon to earn their first Provincial title since 2013.
The other team competing on Saturday was the Wynyard Golden Bears who dropped the 2A 6-Man High School Football Provincial title game, 86-20 to the Hafford Vikings.