Dauphin's Morgan Kropelnicki and her curling team are set for the Travelers Curling Club Provincial Championships.

Kropelnicki, Ashley Shaw, Rebecca Kutcher, and Tamara Kolida play their first game in the Championships tomorrow morning.

"We're really excited for the event," said Kropelnicki. "We just played in our ladies bonspiel so we're getting all pumped for it. We've been making plans, and talking about how we want to go into our games."

The foursome from Dauphin will play five round-robin games beginning at 9:30 tomorrow.

"We don't really have any expectations," said Kropelnicki. "We just want to go in, take it game by game and have some fun."

Kropelnicki notes she believes the team can have success if they are consistent throughout the Championships.

If you have a child who wants to play 5-on-5 flag football, then today is your chance to get them registered.

"5-on-5 flag football is the fastest growing sport in North America right now," said Shayne Montpetit, Football Director. "It teaches all the fundaments and skills of football, but it's the safer option."

Practices take place on Monday and Wednesdays beginning May 2nd until June 27th and the age groups are as followed:

2005-2006 & 2007-2008 - 6:30-8:00 p.m.

2009-2010 & 2011-2012 - 6-7 p.m.

"We've learned a lot the last couple of years with head injuries and concussions," said Montpetit. "We're just trying to stay ahead of the curve."

The cost to take part is just $100.

You can register in person today and tomorrow at the Pool Lobby in the Parkland Rec Complex from 5-7 p.m.

You can also register online.

The Swan River Tigers hockey team will head back to Swan with a banner. 

The team came back to beat Crocus Plains, 5-4 in double overtime to win the Consolation Side Championship in the WHSHL.

Not only did Swan trail 1-0 in the series before winning two straight, they trailed by two goals going into the final 20 today before staging a big comeback. 

Every game in the series went into overtime, with today being the second straight affair ending in double overtime. 

It's winner take all tonight when the Swan River Tigers hook up with the Crocus Plains Plainsmen.

The two teams will battle it out in game three of the best of three series which has been a wild one so far.

"It's been quite the battle," said Cory Grandfield, Assistant Coach/Manager for the Tigers. "We always have really good games against Crocus, so I think everyone is expecting the same thing tonight.

The Tigers lost game one in triple overtime but bounced back with a double overtime win yesterday in game two.

The winner of tonight's game will be crowned Consolation Side Champs in the WHSHL.

"We need to get pucks deep and chase them," said Grandfield. "We can't afford to sit back because any time we do that it comes back to bite us. We have to go after them hard, and just compete for 60 and maybe more."

The puck drops at 5 tonight in Brandon.

The Dauphin AA Atom Kings are Bronze Medalists.

After a tough loss in the semifinals, the Kings came out hard in the bronze medal game and ended up beating Steinbach, 6-4.

Easton Odut scored three goals, while Cash McCallum had one goal and two assists. Conner C Weber-McKay also had a multi-point game (one goal, one assist).

It was another successful weekend for several teams around the Parkland at the Provincial Championships this weekend, and here's a recap of all the action.

Swan Valley Atom A - Silver Medal - Lost to Carman, 7-1.

Dauphin Atom A1 - Silver Medal - Lost to Springfield, 3-2.

Dauphin Atom AA - Bronze Medal - Beat Steinbach, 6-4. Easton Odut (three goals), Cash McCallum (one goal, two assists).

Grand Plains Atom C - Fourth Place - Lost to Hamiota, 4-3. McCreary Atom C - Gold Medal - Beat Wawanesa, 5-1.

Swan Valley Bantam A - Gold Medal - Beat Gimli, 9-1.

Dauphin Bantam AA - Gold Medal - Beat Flin Flon, 3-1.

Neepawa Bantam B - Silver Medal - Lost to Killarney, 3-0.

McCreary Bantam C - Silver Medal - Lost to Hartney/Boissevain, 6-0.

The McCreary Bantam Mustangs ended their season as Silver Medalists. 

The team hosted Provincial Championships this weekend, and looked dominant in the round-robin, and semifinal. 

But, in the final the team fell to Hartney/Boissevain, 6-0.

The curling season is just about over, but not before Team Zacharias won the Dauphin Women’s Bonspiel.

Zacharias, Lauryn Kuzyk, Emily Zacharias, and Caitlyn Labossiere won the final in seven ends over Team Leigh.

The Souris Blue Ice are the 2018 Dauphin Dinos Women‘s Hockey Tournament Champions. 

They beat the Dauphin Dinos, 8-0 in the final earlier today. 

B-Side Final

Minnedosa Wild beat the Killarney SheRocks, 6-0.

C-Side Final

Roblin Cougars beat the Winnipeg Goal Diggers, 4-3.

A great season just continues to get better for the Dauphin Bantam AA Kings as they are now Provincial Champions!

Rylan Gibbs, Austin Roos, and Carson Sokolan scored for the Kings as they beat Flin Flon, 3-1.

The win completed a perfect weekend for the Kings which included this mornings semifinal win against Cross Lake, 4-1.

Next up for the team is the Parkissimo Hockey League finals which start early next week. 

It was a tough finish, but the Dauphin Atom A1 Kings can still call themselves the second best team in the province. 

The team fell in the Championship final earlier today, 3-2 in overtime against Springfield. 

Dauphin beat Winkler this morning to advance to the gold medal game.