Scotty Tibbett was a brick wall in net and the Parkland U15 Rangers won in overtime on Saturday afternoon.

Playing the previously 5-2 Bruins Gold, Alex Campbell was the hero in overtime in a thrilling 4-3 win. Owen Sigvaldason, Quinten Fisk and Nathan Miller scored for Parkland in the game.

Parkland will now play the Bruins Black on Sunday afternoon. They're also just one game below .500 at 4-5. 

The Gilbert Plains Trojans junior varsity girls volleyball team are champions for the third time this season.

They completed a great weekend by beating Warren in the championship final at the Roblin tournament. The team secured first in the round-robin after beating Major Pratt, Warren, and Dauphin. They also didn't lose a set.

They then beat Swan Valley in their quarterfinal which was followed up with a three-set win against Major Pratt and that set them up for success in the finals.

Including this tournament, the team also won a tournament in Ethelbert and Stonewall. 

Linden Smigelsky has his first goal as a member of the Parkland U18 Rangers. 

In a 6-2 defeat against the Winnipeg Thrashers on Saturday, Smigelsky scored the team's first goal of the contest. He then added an assist on a goal that was scored by Tyrell Leaske.

Sam Swanton and Ronin Mouck also added assists in the game as did Madden Murray. Parkland is back in action on Sunday afternoon at 1:30 against the same Thrashers. 

The Dauphin Clippers football team's quest for a league title has come up short.

Coming in as the league's number one offence, the Interlake Thunder were efficient enough as they secured a 26-14 win.

The loss ends Dauphin's season in the league semi-final, Interlake will now play either Moosomin or Swan Valley in the final next weekend.

Olivia Brown put together her best performance as a Ranger as the U15 women's team won their first game of the season.

After a tough loss on Friday, Parkland downed the Eastman Selects, 1-0, on Saturday. Brown dazzled as she made 55 saves in the game.

Lily Nemetchek scored Parkland's lone goal in the game with Peyton Lehmann-Mullin earning the lone assist. 

The Dauphin Clippers hockey team came to play in a big way on Friday. 

Playing the Colts in Hartney, Logan Chapman led the way with four goals in a huge 8-2 win. 

Liam Chartrand scored twice while Ethan Carnegie and Jackson Buchanan each scored one goal apiece. Cody Coombs was solid in net as he recorded the win. 

Five different players scored, Cole Sheffield was tremendous, and the Dauphin Kings continued to roll on Friday night against a West Division rival.

Sheffield turned away 38 shots as Dauphin won their ninth game of the season and second this season against Neepawa by the final score of 5-1.

It was Neepawa who opened the scoring as Brayden Michalchuk’s power play goal gave the Titans a 1-0 lead early in the first period. That was it; however, for Neepawa as Dauphin scored five straight after that.

Matthew Gough’s seventh and Owen Wareham’s first of the season saw the Kings take a 2-1 lead after 20 minutes of play. Then Nolan Wickham, Aidan Brook, and Alex Senf scored in the second as Dauphin stormed out to a 5-1 lead after 40 minutes.

Neepawa pushed hard in the third with 20 shots, but Cole Sheffield stood tall and didn’t allow a goal in the final two periods to earn the win. Dauphin has now won five of their last six games.

Next up for the team is the beginning of a home-and-home with Waywayseecappo, starting on Saturday night at Credit Union Place. With their 20 points, Dauphin remains five points behind the OCN Blizzard for first place in the West Division.

Neepawa; meanwhile, remains in last.

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers ended their regular season by defeating the B.C. Lions 24-9.

The Bombers dominated the first quarter. Dalton Schoen caught a 22-yard touchdown pass from Zach Collaros at the 6:33 mark and Rasheed Bailey caught an 11-yard one at the 13:34 mark. The Lions were unable to score any points in the first quarter.

B.C. was able to get on the board near the beginning of the second quarter after Sean Whyte scored a 37-yard field goal. Marc Liegghio scored a 13-yard field goal for Winnipeg at the 12:59 mark. Sean Whyte closed out the quarter by scoring a 19-yard field goal for the Lions.

At the 9:33 mark of the third quarter, Mike Miller's 1-yard touchdown run widened Winnipeg's lead. B.C.'s Sean Whyte scored a 44-yard field goal near the end of the quarter.

There was no scoring in the fourth quarter.

With tonight’s victory, the Blue Bombers have now set a franchise record with 15 wins in a season.

Winnipeg's Brady Oliveira became the fourth Canadian to rush for more than 1,000 yards since 2000.

The Dauphin Clippers football team has earned the right to host a game when the league is down to its final four.

Following a solid regular season, Dauphin will now host Interlake in a league semifinal on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. at the high school field.

Dauphin's finished the season at 6-1 as they go up against the 5-2 Thunder and it's expected to be one of the best games all season. Interlake led the league with 353 points scored while Dauphin gave up just 114 points. In their only meeting of the season, Dauphin downed the Thunder, 23-20.

Team Tiffany Armstrong is in a good spot heading into their fourth game at Curl Manitoba's Curling Club provincial championships.

The foursome that includes Armstrong, Morgan Kropelnicki, Stacy Sime, and Tamara Kolida are 2-1 after three games. They won their first two games and scored 18 points in the process but they came up just short on Friday morning. The team has two round-robin games left with their next one being at 3 on Friday.

On the men's side, Team Forsyth is back on the provincial stage. Kyle Forsyth, Jarvis Whyte, Cody Hill, and Darius Vendramin are still in search of their first win at the tournament.

They're heading into their next game at 5:30 sitting at 0-2 which makes that game against Paul Scinocca critical if they want to advance to the playoffs.

The Dauphin Kings have allowed just two goals in their last two games, and they will look to keep it going on Friday night.

The team opens up a very busy four-day span as they will play three games beginning with a battle against the Neepawa Titans. It will be the fourth meeting of the season between the two clubs. Neepawa has one overtime and one regulation win against the Titans this year while the Kings beat Neepawa in overtime on opening night.

Dauphin’s penalty kill has been excellent as of late as they’re eight for their last eight. The Kings find themselves five points behind OCN for first place in the West Division while the Titans are five points behind the Kings entering Friday’s contest.

Marko Belak has been fantastic in his first two starts with Dauphin as he has made 56 saves while giving up just two goals. Dauphin has won four of their last five games entering the contest.

The puck drops at 7:30 at Credit Union Place. The team will then play Waywayseecappo on Saturday and Monday.

By the Numbers:

Dauphin
GF – 48
GA – 56
PP – 12.5%
PK – 78.3%
Leaders – Jayden Harris 6g, 5a / Alex Senf 5g, 5a / Matthew Gough 6g, 4a / Mason Smith 3g, 8a

Neepawa
GF – 37
GA – 66
PP – 9.7%
PK – 76.7%
Leaders – Parker Korman 4g, 6a / Hayden Stocks 4g, 4a / Cade Bendsten 4g, 3a / Cooper Kasprick 4g, 3a