Monday 28 October 2019

Local Weekend Recap


The Yorkton Terriers got 2 goals and 2 assists from Captain Chantz Petruic as they won their only game of the weekend on Friday, 4-1 over the Notre Dame Hounds in Wilcox.

Alec Zawatsky and Ryan Ries also scored for the Terriers who got 36 saves from Ryan Ouellette in the win.

The Terriers will host their Viterra division rivals, the Weyburn Red Wings on Wednesday night from the Farrell Agencies Arena before they head on the road for their next 9 games.


The Melville Millionaires dropped their only game of the weekend on Saturday, losing 4-1 on home ice to the Humboldt Broncos.

Jake Spak had the lone goal for the Mils while newcomer Scott Bird made 29 saves on 33 shots in his Mils' debut.

The Mils will look to snap their slide on Tuesday night when they visit the Notre Dame Hounds in Wilcox. GX94 will broadcast the game with pregame kicking off at 7:50 and the play by play getting underway at 8PM.


The Swan Valley Stampeders earned a split in their two games over the weekend.

The Stamps on Saturday came back from 3-0 down to defeat the Virden Oil Capitals 4-3 in the shootout.

Nathan Carl and Josh Maucieri had a goal and an assist each to lead the Stamps.

Then on Sunday, the Stamps fell on the road 2-1 to the Waywayseecappo Wolverines.

Mattias Dal Monte had the lone goal for Swan while the Wolverines' got markers from newcomer Kris Bladen and the game winner from Conrad Phillips.

The Stamps will return to action on Wednesday when they host the Dauphin Kings. GX94 will broadcast the game with the pregame starting at 7:20 and the play by play kicking off at 7:30PM MB time.

Waywayseecappo will next be in action on Tuesday hosting the Selkirk Steelers.


Tye Spencer and Lanigan's Kylynn Olafson had 1G 1A to lead Team Saskatchewan to their first ever WHL Cup title after a 4-2 victory over Team Manitoba on Sunday afternoon.

Yorkton Terrier prospect Vaughn Watterodt and Eric Johnston also scored for Sask while Russell MB's Tyson Zimmer and Conor Geekie of Strathclair, Manitoba replied for Manitoba.

Canora's Carter Dereniwsky was also a member of Team Saskatchewan and was named the tournament's All-Star team having recording 6 points (3G 3A) in 4 games.


The Saskatchewan High School Provincial Soccer Championships took place across the province.

The host the Yorkton Sacred Heart Saints captured the Bronze medal on home soil after a 2-0 win over Martensville on Saturday.  Moose Jaw Vanier took home the Gold after a 4-1 victory over Se Se Wa Hum.

LOCAL FOOTBALL Results (from Saturday) Regina Minor Football
**Bantam Division Final**
Yorkton Jr. Raiders 36
  Regina Stampeders  0

Rural 12-Man Semi-Finals
Weyburn Eagles 0  Yorkton Regional Raider Gridders 35
(will host Swift Current in League Final on Saturday in Yorkton)

1A 6-Man Quarter-Finals
Southey Screaming Eagles 43
  Porcupine Plain Bears 16
(will host Eatonia on Saturday)
Preeceville Panthers 0  Raymore Rebels 16
(Raymore will host Kerrobert on Saturday)

2A 6-Man Quarter-Finals
Wynyard Golden Bears 76
  Unity Lazers 56
(Wynyard will visit Birch Hills on Saturday)

3A 9-Man Quarter Finals
Notre Dame Hounds 21
  Melville Cobras 16
Foam Lake Panthers 6  Indian Head Broncs 49
(Indian Head will visit Delisle on Saturday)

4A 9-Man Quarter Finals
North Battleford John Paul II Crusaders 46
  Broadview Bandits 16
Esterhazy Warriors 6  Fort Qu'Appelle Bison 32
(Fort Qu'Appelle will travel to Martensville on Saturday)

Rural Manitoba 9-Man Football
**Championship Semi-Finals**
Virden Golden Bears 6  Swan Valley Tigers 28
Southwest Sabres 35
  Interlake Thunder 34
(Swan Valley will host Southwest in Final on Saturday)

**Consolation Semi-Finals**

Moosomin Generals 20  Neepawa Tigers 61
Dauphin Clippers 18
  Park West Outlaws 16

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