The Dauphin Ladies Bonspiel took over the Dauphin Curling Club over the weekend and it offered up some great action. Morgan Kropelnicki, Stacy Sime, Tamara Kolida, and Brandi Graham played a wonderful weekend of curling to win the first event.

They edged Team Tina Toews in the final, 8-6. 

Team Therese Deah took home the second event title. They downed Team Val Ogryzlo, 7-4. Deah was joined by Melanie White, Ashely Sidlar, Carla Good.

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Team Brenda Desroches took down Team Keri Weiler in the third event final, 9-6. Desroches was joined by Tannis Bennet, Kelly Brennan, and Bonnie Watson

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The Grand Plains Atom Hawks responded from heartbreak to begin their day and they ended things by winning a medal.

Playing in the Provincial (C) Championships in Deloraine, the Hawks secured a bronze medal when they beat the host team, 6-3, in the third place game. 

Ryder Rodriguez and Kenai Mouck both scored twice in the bronze medal win. Tevin Code and Grady Turetsky each scored a goal.

Earlier in the day, the team lost a double overtime game against Neepawa in their semi-final.

The Dauphin Kings went just 1-for-11 on the power play tonight and they’re in a hole because of it.

Playing game two against Portage, the Terriers scored the first goal just 30 seconds into the game and they skated off with a 5-2 win.

The win now gives them a 2-0 series lead moving onto game three which is set for Tuesday in Dauphin. 

After Portage opened the scoring, Baron Thompson would tie the game; however, Portage scored two straight to take a 3-1 lead after 20.

No goals were scored in the second. In the third, Kadin Ilott scored his first-ever junior playoff goal, but it wasn’t near enough as Portage added two more to pick up the win.

Tuesday’s game is set for 7:30.

The Dauphin Clippers hockey team is set to play for a title in the Westman High School Hockey League.

They played a great defensive game and Bode Childs was superb in a 2-1 win against the Sandy Bay Badgers. The win gave Dauphin a series sweep over Sandy Bay.

Brock Allard and Parker Boguski did the scoring for Dauphin in the game.

Dauphin will now play the Killarney/Wawanesa Raiders in the final. They were the only team that finished higher than Dauphin in the regular season. 

The Grand Plains Peewee Ice Dogs are coming back to the Parkland with some silver medals.

In the final, they lost a tight battle against Flin Flon, 1-0.

Earlier today, they won their semi-final over Southwest, 2-0. Grand Plains also beat Cross Lake and Altona on their way to finishing in second.

The Dauphin Super 8 Bantam A Kings ended off their provincials in Minnedosa with a bang. They recorded 78 shots as they beat Brandon, 8-1. 

It was 2-1 for Dauphin after the second period and then they erupted with six goals in the final frame. Matthew Zurba led the way offensively with two goals while six other skaters had singles.

That included Landon Brown, Liam Chartrand, Riley Hlady, Tyron Sweetman, Logan Chapman, and Jaymen Fee each had one goal.

In their first two games, Dauphin lost both by one goal. First, they lost to Killarney, 3-2, which was followed up by a 4-3 defeat against Thompson. 

The Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy Atom AA Kings quest for a provincial gold medal ended in the semi-finals. However, their overall provincial quest did result in the team winning a medal.

Noah Smigelski fuelled the Kings to a bronze medal as they beat Niverville, 6-3, in the third place game. 

Ethan Zalischuk continued his great weekend with another goal while Brayden Budolowski, and Forrest Karlson also scored in the win. 

The Neepawa U18 Natives women’s hockey team ended their provincial run today. 

The team which features lots of Parkland flavour lost to Souris in the bronze medal game, 3-0.

Yesterday, the team secured a huge victory against Peguis. 

Macy Withers led the way with four goals in the win while Zoe Cupples scored three times. Remi Buchanan had two as did Jesse Withers.

Rylee Zalischuk also scored in the win. 

Forrest Karlson filled up a hat full of goals and the Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy Atom AA Kings took care of business in their game against Macdonald.

Karlson had three goals in a 7-3 win. 

Josh Beyette, Noah Smigelski, Ethan Zalischuk, and Brayden Budolowski scored singles in the huge win. 

They play Sunday morning at 9 against Thompson.

After an opening loss, the Grand Plains Peewee Ice Dogs have caught fire at the provincials in Holland.

They beat Altona, 5-2, and Cross Lake, 8-0.

Brooke Shewchuk, Charlie Herman, Kirby Smith, Kenzey Garton, and Elisha Caplan scored in the 5-2 win. 

Carli Durston had the hot stick in their 8-0 win as she scored three times. 

Maliya Malowski, Ruth Dandeneau, Kenzey Garton, Brooke Shewchuk, and Kierstin Vandekerckhove all scored singles in the 8-0 win.

For the second time so far during the club season, the Parkland Vipers Blue team are champions. 

They had another perfect weekend as they hosted their tournament at the DRCSS.

In their first game, they beat Parkland Green, 25-9, 25-6. That was followed by a dominating performance against Club West, 25-6, 25-5.

Against the Westman Wild in their semi-final, Parkland cruised again, 25-14, 25-14.

In the finals, they hammered Club West, 25-7, 25-8.