Dauphin, Canada

Almost $160,000 was raised during Barry Trotz Day on August 22 right here in Dauphin.

Now, Barry has released details on where the money will be going.

Here is the list of the nine recipients:

Dauphin Community Foundation - Yearly Scholarship.

Dauphin Kings - Needs, not debts.

Dauphin Minor Hockey - Coaching, development.

Dauphin Hospital Foundation - Care unit.

Whitmore School Playground.

Dauphin Senior Centre. All of their needs. 

PRVSI - To help out the special needs community.

St. Paul's Care Home.

Dauphin Care Home.

Stay tuned in the near future as we'll have coverage of the cheque presentations given to each of the recipients.

The Dauphin Clippers hockey team has now won five straight games.

The club beat Hamiota earlier today, 3-2.

After scoring four goals yesterday, Riley Hammond got on the scoresheet again today. He had one goal. 

Noah Wiens and Logan Conrad had the teams other markers.

The Clippers return to Credit Union Place on November 18 at 7:30.

Colton Miner was rock solid in net and the Grand Plains Atom Hawks scored plenty in an 8-0 win earlier today against Swan River #1.

Owen Sigvaldason scored twice and Zak Fillion once in the first as the Hawks led 3-0 after the first. 

Grady Turetsky, Kingston Stirling and Landyn Garton scored one each in the second to extend the Hawks lead to 6-0.

Both Landyn and Zak scored one more each in the final period in the big win. 

Other scores:

Allee Hrechka scored four times as the Parkland Bantam Women’s Rangers beat Melville, 8-4.

Trynity Turner also had a great game with three goals, while Brooklyn Hramalak had one. 

Bayer Crop Science Parkland Super League of Curling:

Richardson Pioneer skipped by Jim Todoruk beat Duck Mountain Tire skipped by Brian Preston, 7-1.

Russell Murray beat South Fork Ag Services skipped by Lorne Orpin, 9-5.

Turko Fertilizer skipped by Kyle Forsyth beat Oil Depot skipped by Jim Todoruk, 8-1.

Nutrien Ag Solutions skipped by Glenn Toews best C Bergen Service skipped by Tyson Beyak, 9-4.

It was a fantastic weekend for the McCreary Peewee Mustangs. 

They were busy with three games and they won them all. 

On Saturday morning, Wyatt Klassen had four goals and Chase Glover shut the door as the team thumped Virden, 11-0.

Later in the day, it was the Brady Turko and Ryan Gower show. Both had eight points as the club dominated Elkhorn, 9-2.

Earlier today, Brody Fayant scored the winner and an empty netter as the Mustangs beat Minnedosa, 7-5.

Their defence was solid, their offence did enough, and the Blue Bombers are Calgary bound!

The Blue & Gold beat the Riders earlier today, 23-18 in the Western Semifinal. 

Drew Wolitarsky and Andrew Harris both scored a TD and Kevin Fogg had a massive interception in the win. 

The Bombers never allowed more then six points in a quarter and their defence locked down late. 

They’ll now head to Calgary for the West Final next weekend. 

The Parkland Midget Rangers are rolling!

After beating the Winnipeg Thrashers last weekend, the Rangers dominated Pembina Valley today in Roblin, 5-1.

The Rangers opened up a 4-0 lead before the Hawks even scored. 

Garrett Hrechka had a fantastic game. He scored three times. Jaegar Lapointe also continued his all star type of season. 

He scored twice. 

Zach Grouette was a brick wall for Parkland. He made 62 saves. 

Parkland welcomes Yellowhead to town on Tuesday.

For the second time in three games, the Dauphin Kings were shutout.

This time, 3-0 against the Virden Oil Capitals. 

It just wasn't Dauphin's night as the Oil Caps played a very strong defensive game. 

After a scoreless opening 20, Virden opened the scoring just 55 seconds into the second. 

That score stood up heading into the third.

Just over four minutes in, Kolten Kanaski scored his second of the game to put the Oil Caps up 2-0. 

Virden would score into an empty net to seal it late in the contest. 

The Kings are now 10-10-1. They return to the ice on Wednesday against Winnipeg at Credit Union Place. 

 

Photo Credit - Dauphin Kings.

The Dauphin Clippers varsity girls volleyball team sure know how to defend their home court.

After placing first in the round-robin at their home tournament this weekend, the team made it through the playoffs undefeated to win the tournament.

The Clippers got a bye in quarterfinals before they dispatched of Hapnot 14-25, 25-15, and 16-14 in the semifinals.

In the finals, the Clippers beat Neelin 25-23, 25-19.

 

The Bantam Women’s Ice Dogs put forth one of their best efforts of the season earlier today, and they were rewarded for it. 

They beat the Morden Hawks, 4-2.

Ashley Shiner scored in the first to put the team up 1-0. Jayselyn Nybo then added one for the Ice Dogs that saw the team go up 2-0.

The Hawks scored two in the third, but Hailey Hojnocki scored the game winner and one more as the team doubled up the Hawks. 

Other scores:

Dauphin Clippers beat Souris Sabres, 6-5.

Riley Hammond continued his rock solid start to the season. He scored four goals. Keanu Woodhouse and Carson Sokolan scored one each for the Clippers. 

They now play Hamiota in Birtle on Sunday.

Grand Plains Atom Ice Dogs crushed Elkhorn, 12-3.

Kenzey Garton and Kaylee Maguet both had hat tricks.

Elisha Caplan and Kiersten Vandekerckhoue both had two goals for the Ice Dogs while Maliya Malowski and Layne Minshull each scored one a piece in the huge win.

Dauphin Atom 3 beat Grand Plains Atom Hawks, 5-3.

Connor Morrisseau scored a pair of goals for Dauphin. Forest Karlson, Noah Hanneson and Quinten Fisk scored the teams other markers. 

Nolan Ducheck, Kingston Stirling and Zak Fillion scored one each for the Hawks.

Colton Miner was great between the pipes for the Hawks while Joe Tabin was solid for Dauphin.

Swan River Novice 1 beat Dauphin Novice 1, 13-4.

Madden Atkinson led the way with five goals for Swan River while Dylan Anderson had three. 

Jaxon Mykula also had a solid game with two goals as did Carter Paterson, while Jake Nykolaishen had one. 

Brody Kaminski led the team with two goals for Dauphin. Weston Oversby and Garret Sahulka each had one.

Swan River Novice 2 beat Dauphin Novice 1, 16-4.

Ashton Dutkewich, Luke Hanness both had four goals each for Swan River.

Emmett Grandfield was just behind with three while Rhett Genaille and Joshua Weir had two. Chase Eisner scored a single goal. 

For Dauphin, Kenzie Gardner, Londyn McCallum, Garret Sahulka and Weston Oversby scored one each.

Getting points on a consistent basis has been something the Dauphin Kings haven't been able to do recently. 

The club is 1-4-1 in their last six games. 

Tonight, they can flip the script when they head to Virden. 

It'll be the third meeting between the two clubs this season, and so far it's gone well for Dauphin. They won the first two contests. 

Just six points separate the two clubs with Dauphin clinging on to the final playoff spot. 

After getting out of his recent skid with two goals last night, George King will look to keep it going amongst a team that is full of guys that can score. 

Things don't get any easier for Dauphin after tonight either. They'll welcome the Winnipeg Blues to Dauphin on Wednesday. That's followed by a weekend trip to Winkler to challenge the Flyers twice. 

The Parkland Source for Sports pregame show hits the airwaves at 7:15 from Tundra Oil & Gas Place.

 

Photo Credit - Dauphin Kings/Pederson Photographic.

 

The Grandview Comets dropped their second straight game tonight. 

This time it was their home opener and ended up being a 5-2 final for Russell. 

Grandview will now play two home games next weekend. 

Friday’s game is at 9:00 p.m. Sunday is set for 8:00p.m.