Dauphin's Lisa Hale-Menard and the rest of her team (Lead - Quinn Jones, Second - Emile Rafnson and Third -Lesle Cafferty) headed to Winnipeg this past weekend to take part in the Atkins Curling Supplies bonspiel, and they will return after making the top eight.

Dauphin's Ray Baker and his team (Rae Kujanpaa, Dwight Bottrell, and Terry Gudmundson) are heading to curling Provincials.

Less than 24 hours after falling 6-2 against the Selects, the Parkland Rangers rebounded with a 3-2 win against the Southwest Cougars on Sunday afternoon at Credit Union Place.

The JV girls and JV boys Dauphin Clippers took part in volleyball tournaments over the weekend.

It wasn't the finish they were hoping for, but it was a great weekend none the less, as the Gilbert Plains varsity girls Trojans volleyball team placed second in the Hamiota tournament over the weekend.

On the bright side, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers clinched a playoff spot on Saturday against BC with a 26-20 win. On the bad side, they lost two of their best players in the win.

A four-goal deficit after 20 minutes proved to be too much as the Parkland Rangers fell to the Eastman Selects, 6-2 on Saturday night at Credit Union Place.

The Dauphin Kings were 1:10 away from two points, but they settled for just one point on Saturday night as the Steelers came back to beat the Kings, 4-3 in a shootout.

The Dauphin Clippers hockey team kicked off their preseason on Friday in the Glenboro Wildcats preseason tournament and they went 1-1.

The Gilbert Plains Trojans varsity girls volleyball team were nothing short of dominant on Friday night as they took part in the Hamiota tournament.

The Dauphin Kings headed into Portage on Friday night winners of three of their last four games, but a slow start held the Kings from extending that streak as the Terriers beat the Kings, 4-1 at Stride Place.