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Carnduff, Wawota and Yellow Grass win in Big Six action

Carnduff rallies late to beat Moosomin
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Three games were played in the Big Six Hockey League on the weekend.

There is just one unbeaten team remaining in the Big Six Hockey League.

The host Yellow Grass Wheat Kings (3-0) edged the Redvers Rockets (2-0-1) 4-3 in a shootout Saturday night.

Yellow Grass scored three times in the second period to lead 3-0, but the Rockets responded with three of their own in the opening nine minutes of the third.

Brady Gaudet had the final two goals for Redvers, and Remy Lamotte had the other Redvers goal.

Thomas Bauche was the Rockets goalie.

Also on Saturday, the Wawota Flyers (1-) knocked off the Midale Mustangs (0-4-1) 8-5. Wawota led 3-0 after the first period and 5-1 through two before the Mustangs stormed back in the third to make the game interesting.

Devin Stewart and Jordan Fox each had two goals and two assists for Wawota. Taylor Ernst, Billy Easton, Ty Kotylak and Braden Messer scored for Wawota.

Zach Lees was the goalie for Wawota.

Kendall Oliver scored twice for Midale. Brayden Ganson, Matt Geske and Zach Holzer also scored.

Talen King was the Mustangs starter.

In Friday night’s lone game, the Carnduff Red Devils (2-2) defeated the Moosomin Rangers (2-1), handing Moosomin their first loss of the season. Moosomin held a 5-2 lead in the third period, but the Red Devils notched four goals in the final 13 minutes.

Ben Hiltz scored three of the Red Devils’ goals in the third, including the game winner with 84 seconds remaining. He also assisted on Jackson O’Brien’s goal with 1:59 to play that tied the game.

Dominic Turner and Kyle Garagan also scored for Carnduff.

Cody Dumaine was in goal for Carnduff.

Three games are scheduled for Dec. 10. Yellow Grass will visit Carnduff, Midale will be at the Carlyle Cougars and Wawota is at the Oxbow Huskies.

The games on Dec. 11 include the Bienfait Coalers at Midale, Carnduff at Wawota and Redvers at Moosomin.

All games are scheduled to start at 8 p.m.