Dauphin, Canada

The Dauphin Clippers hockey team kept rolling with a big 9-0 win tonight against Roblin.

Wade Kopytko had a dominant game with five goals.

Brock Allard, Logan Storey, Brayden Broome and Riley Hammond all scored one apiece.

Dauphin remains atop the North division with a 6-2 record. 

Parkland Super League of Curling:

Turko Fertilizer skipped by Kyle Forsyth beat Richardson Pioneer skipped by Greg Todoruk, 7-5.

Duck Mountain Tire skipped by Brian Preston beat C Bergen Service skipped by Tyson Beyak, 5-1 while Oil Depot skipped by Jim Todoruck beat Russell Murray, 7-4.

One other game had Nutrien Ag Solutions skipped by Glenn Toews beating South Fork Ag Services skipped by Lorne Orpin, 8-5.

CFL:

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers season has ended. 

The teams offence struggled to find success in a 22-14 loss in Calgary.

Calgary now plays Ottawa in the big dance.

Caitlin Fillion shut the door between the pipes and the Grand Plains Peewee Ice Dogs skated their way past Neepawa earlier today, 5-0.

Lauren Vaters, Adel Wiebe, Reese Boguski, Montana Jubenvill and Tristyn Hannison each scored one for the team.

Cadence Christensen assisted on the first goal while Wiebe assisted on the final one.

Grand Plains Bantam Ice Dogs:

Lost on Saturday to Morden Hawks, 6-3. 

Allee Hrechka, Hailey Hojnocki and KC McDonald scored for the Ice Dogs.

The team hit the ice again today and played very well in a 4-4 tie against Neepawa.

Allee Hrechka scored once again for the Ice Dogs in the game and so did Hailey Hojnocki. Brooke Minshull and Jayselyn Nybo also potted goals in the game.

Grand Plains Atom Hawks:

The team kicked off their Hamiota tournament with a big win against the Redvers, 8-0.

Kingston Stirling, Owen Sigvaldason and Landyn Garton had the team up 3-0 after the first period.

Sigvaldason added another one in the second while Nolan Ducheck scored his first to put the team up 5-0.

In the third, Zak Fillion and Grady Turetsky scored to put the club up 7-0 and Landyn Garton scored again for the team. Colton Miner once again shut the door for the Hawks.

In the team's second game, Owen Sigvaldason scored twice and Grady Turetsky scored one in a 4-3 loss to the Brandon Yellow Bruins.

This morning, the Hawks battled but fell to the Brandon Blue Storm, 2-0.

The McCreary Peewee Mustangs went into cruise mode this weekend.

In their first game of the weekend yesterday, they beat the previously undefeated Shoal Lake team, 5-1.

Brody Fayant led the squad with two goals.

In the team's second game, it was the Lucas Pelletier and Kyle Gilmore show. Both scored three goals and had one assist each in a big win against Virden.

Other Scores:

Roblin Peewee beat Ste. Rose Peewee, 6-1.

 

 

The Parkland Midget Rangers couldn’t muster any offence in a 6-0 loss to the Winnipeg Bruins earlier today. 

Warren Jubenvill was the best Ranger on the ice throughout the game as he had some great chances. As usual, Jaegar Lapointe also created a few excellent chances.

Parkland will look to snap their three-game losing streak next weekend. They head to Eastman and Winnipeg.

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The Bantam Rangers came back in a big way. 

They were down 5-1 to the Norman Wolves, but they came back and scored eight straight in a 9-5 win.

The Atom Ice Dogs hit the ice a couple times yesterday and came home with a split. 

In the teams first game, Layne Minshull scored for the Ice Dogs in a 7-1 loss to Neepawa.

In their second game, they dominated the Carberry Panthers, 7-0.

Olivia Brown shut the door between the pipes while Jenna Shewchuk led things offensively with three goals. 

Maliya Malowski also had a multi goal game with two. 

Layne Minshull added her second goal of the day and Elisha Caplan also scored once. 

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The Dauphim Dynamite Novice squad was also in action earlier today. They beat Roblin, 16-12.

Ben Fox led the Dynamite with four goals. Samson Bourgluon and Kellan Shtykalo both had three goals. Carter Smigelski also had a great game with two goals. 

Nolan Lacquette and Brayden Zalischuk potted one each. 

For Roblin, Carter Rands and Keaton Buick scored twice each. Also scoring twice was Jackson Shiner, Maddox Johnston and Dani Laliberte. Jackson Roulan and Xander Tucker scored once. 

The Parkland Rangers are looking to rebound. After a 5-1 loss last night to Southwest, the Rangers will welcome the Winnipeg Bruins to town. 

Winnipeg also comes into their game after a loss yesterday. They were wiped out by Yellowhead. 

This afternoons affair is an important one for Parkland. The Bruins are just five points ahead of the team for the final playoff spot. 

The puck drops at 1:30 at Credit Union Place.

The Grandview Comets will have to wait a few more days to try and get their first win of the season. 

They lost to Moosomin 5-2. 

The loss drops Grandview to 0-3-1. Grandview‘s next chance at winning comes on Saturday when they travel to play Miniota-Elkhorn.

The Parkland Midget Rangers point streak is over.

The teams slow start did them in as they dropped a 5-1 game against Southwest.

Parkland was outplayed heavily in the opening 20 but, they were only down two goals.

The Cougars added three goals in the second to take a 5-0 lead.

Hayden Lacquette scored 3:19 into the third for the Rangers. Garrett Hrechka and DJ Taylor-Luke had the assists.

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In Thompson, the Bantam Rangers beat the Norman Wolves, 4-2.

Rylan Gibbs, Carter Zalischuk, Brayden Dube and Parker Boguski scored for the Rangers.

 

Jordan Sytnick was great in net and the Grand Plains Novice Hawks lit up the scoreboard. 

Kenai Mouck, Drew Luhowy, Rossi Puchailo and Tori Luhowy all scored four times in a big win against Winnipegosis earlier today. 

Avery Crowe, Kaleb Crowe and Tianna Sanko scored three times each while Connelly McDonald had two in the win.

 

The Gilbert Plains Trojans varsity girls volleyball team are going to the big dance! 

The team qualified for the Provincial Championships earlier today. 

Because they were the highest ranked team, the Trojans hosted a qualifier with St. Paul’s (Elie), Cartwright and Pilot Mound. 

Being on home court, the girls far from dissapointed. 

They beat every team in straight sets which included dominating Cartwright in the final, 25-11, 25-7.

The Championships are later this month in Somerset.

The Dauphin Kings finish was incredible. Their start was not and that’s what ultimately held the club back in a 6-5 loss this afternoon in Morden. 

The Flyers opened up a 3-0 lead into the second period before Samson Mouland brought the Kings back within one with a short handed goal. 

After 40, the Kings trailed 3-1.

The Flyers went up 4-1 in the third before Eamonn Miller brought the Kings within two. 

Winkler then scored two straight to take a commanding 6-2 lead with just seven minutes left. 

Enter the Kings offensive force. Nakodan Greyeyes scored two straight goals as Dauphin trailed 6-4 late. 

Grady Hobbs then scored on a wrap around with just over 30 seconds left.

The Kings continued to push super hard and nearly tied it but they were unable to do so. 

Dauphin welcomes Portage to town on Wednesday. 

 

Photo Credit - Dauphin Kings.