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. 

The McCreary Atom Mustangs are Provincial Champions.

The team rolled through the semifinals scoring 23 goals in three games, while giving up just two. 

In the finals, the Mustangs beat Wawanesa, 5-1 to capture the Championship.

The Messy Dangles trailed but never gave up and ended up Champions of the Dauphin Dinos Men's Hockey Tournament.

Two late goals in the final frame pushed the Dangles past the Gilbert Plains Rink Rats in the final.

B-Side Final

No Names, No Talent beat the Northern Edge Lagers, 2-1.

C-Side Final

The Pas Old Timers beat the Rejects, 9-4.

Presley Sagert and her curling team are Champions. 

The foursome consisting of Sagert, Eden Betcher, Bryn Zamzow, and Madison Sagert won a gold medal yesterday at the U15 Manitoba Winter Games curling competition.

They ended up beating Dauphin's Anya Jackson in the final, 8-3.

The win capped of a perfect weekend for the team (5-0).

The Brandon Wheat Kings will be calling Credit Union Place home twice later this month. 

With a win tonight, the club clinched a playoff berth, and will play their first two games of the first round here in Dauphin.

The series will begin the week of March 26, and a schedule and ticket details will be released soon. 

The Dauphin Clippers JV-Boys basketball team went into the Provincial Championships as a wildcard team, and they came out as Bronze Medalists.

In the team's quarterfinal they matched up against the third-ranked Lorette team and edged them, 52-48.

In the semifinals the Clippers came up short against the second-ranked St. James Jimmies.

But, the Clippers didn't let the semifinal loss take them down as they came out hard in the bronze medal match, and beat College Louis-Riel, 57-45.

Dauphin’s Anya Jackson and her curling team will be coming back to the Parkland with a Silver Medal. 

The foursome advanced to the finals earlier today, but fell against Swan River’s Presley Sagert.

Sagert took the game by storm by scoring four in the first end, and Jackson couldn‘t recover.

Jackson was joined by Sawyer Elliot, Tenley Ilnisky, and Paige Kabel.

The Dauphin Rec Tournament continues today at Credit Union Place and the Rotary Arena.

Here's the schedule.


Two Dauphin girls picked up medals yesterday at the Manitoba Winter Games.

Kiara Wilson picked up a bronze in the 200M individual medley, while Mia Zamrykut continued her stellar week by adding a silver medal to her collection.

The Games will wrap up today in Thompson.

The Grandview Comets are off to the Championship series in the NCHL.

They beat the Swan Valley Axemen last night, 5-4 at the GACC.

Once again Luke Stokotelny led the Comets with two goals for the second straight game.

Regan Hedley, Chris Porter, and Jason Shaw each added one apiece.

The Comets will now take on the Miniota-Elkhorn C-Hawks in the final.