It was a golden weekend for the Dauphin Clippers junior varsity girls basketball team.

They were in Portage for a tournament they went undefeated to win the title.

To begin their tournament, they hammered Portage, 46-22. They would then lock down defensively late to beat Vincent Massey, 37-33. 

They followed that up with a 40-point win against Neepawa to book their berth in the finals.

In the finals, they got past NPC, 47-40.

The Dauphin Clippers junior varsity boys basketball team had a successful day in Swan River.

They started things off with a 42-39 win against the host team.

They would then beat The Pas, 58-26.

The Dauphin Kings played a good game through about 45 minutes and then fatigue set in on a team that has been bitten by the injury bug.

Playing in their last road game of 2019, Dauphin lost 8-2 against Winkler.

Grady Hobbs made it 1-0 for Dauphin late in the first before Winkler would tie it in the second.

On the power play in the third, Baron Thompson would put Dauphin back up by a goal.

However, the Flyers would score seven straight goals to pick up the big win.

Dauphin is off until Tuesday when Selkirk is in town. 

Steven Arp scored twice for the Parkland U18 Rangers, but the team dropped their game against the Winnipeg Thrashers, 6-3.

Taggert Plouffe scored Parkland’s other marker.

The loss snapped Parkland’s two-game winning streak.

Parkland wraps up their weekend on Sunday against the Bruins.

Ryzlie Nepinak and Dixon Flett both had four goals today as the Fusion Credit Union Peewee A1 Kings went 2-0 on the day and now they’re playing for a gold medal in Swan River.

The team also won their game yesterday. 

In today’s first game, Flett and Nepinak both scored twice while Kaine Chapman scored once in a 5-4 win against Flin Flon.

Nepinak and Flett would score two more each in their second game as the beat The Pas, 6-3.

Tristen Fudericuck and Norman John Lacquette both scored singles.

The Dauphin Atom Turtles are heading to the semifinals in Brandon after a perfect day.

The team went 2-0 and they finished the round-robin with a perfect 3-0 record.

In their first game, they beat the Brandon Teal Vipers, 7-0. CJ Bilay was the Player of the Game. Ben Miner was awarded the McDonald Gold Jersey.

Aubery Carr was the team's Player of the Game in their next game as they beat the Brandon Huskies, 11-0. CJ Bilay was awarded the McDonald Gold Jersey.

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The Parkland Bantam Rangers came up short today.

Playing against a very Strong Monarchs team, the Rangers lost, 6-4.

Madden Murray led the team with two goals while Brayden Dube and Will Munro both scored singles.

Parkland plays Eastman tomorrow.

The Dauphin Kings will look to snap a two-game losing streak when they hit the ice tonight.

The club is once again in Winkler to play the Flyers after a 5-2 loss against them last night. Tonight's game is the clubs final road contest of 2019 and they play four total games before the Christmas break.

Dauphin outshot Winkler last night and had several top-notch chances, but they just couldn't beat Dorrin Luding.

The Kings are three points behind Winkler for fifth place entering the contest. Nakodan Greyeyes continues to lead Dauphin with 50 points, but he won't play tonight. 

Dauphin's top line of Baron Thompson, Grady Hobbs, and Carter Sawchuk produced both of the Kings goals last night.

Darnell Duff will have the broadcast beginning with the pregame show at 7:15.

The Dauphin Kings scored first tonight, but they couldn’t get much else going in a 5-2 loss against Winkler.

Playing in their second last road game before 2020, Baron Thompson put Dauphin up 1-0.

Winkler would then score three straight to take a 3-1 lead and it stayed that way until the third.

In the final frame, Cole Dekoninck put Dauphin back in the game with a goal just 6:02 in the period.

In the end, that’s as close as they would get. Winkler scored two straight to win 5-2.

The two teams will meet tomorrow night and Darnell Duff will have the broadcast at 7:15.

Matthew Zurba was an “AP” call up for the Dauphin Clippers tonight and he quickly showed what he can do.

He scored once and was named the Player of the Game as Dauphin beat Minnedosa-Erickson, 5-2.

Brock Allard scored twice while Keanu Woodhouse and Brayden Broome both scored once in the game.

Dauphin outshot them, 43-16 and Ben Talbot got the win in net. The Clippers are now 9-0-1-1.

Liam Jardine recorded his second shutout of the season as the Parkland Rangers beat the Kenora Thistles, 4-0.

It was Parkland’s first game of three this weekend and they dominated Kenora from start to finish. 

Matthew Munro and Brayden Kohlman set up Steven Arp who made it 1-0 for Parkland less than five minutes into the game.

Marco Bodnarski would make it 2-0 with 7:32 left in the first.

No goals were scored in the second as Parkland led by that 2-0 score going into the third. 

In the third, Taggert Plouffe and Garrett Hrechka scored as Parkland skated off with a solid 4-0 win.

They also outshot Kenora in the game, 46-15.

Parkland is just one point back of a playoff spot as they travel to Winnipeg for a game tomorrow before they play Eastman on Sunday.