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Estevan Sharks compete at tournament in Regina

The minis finished first and second, while the atoms had great showings.

REGINA - All three age groups for the Estevan Sharks water polo program competed in Regina during the weekend of Nov. 26 and 27.

The mini (10 and under) and atom (13U) teams were in the pool first on Nov. 26. It was a busy day with two mini teams and boys and girls atom teams all competing to be the best in their age group.

The mini teams both played four games, with the Sharks White team coming home with four wins and the Sharks blue had three wins and one loss. The Sharks finished first and second for this tournament.

The atom girls played five games at this tournament, coming home with a 3-2 record and missing out on first place by a shootout. 

The atom boys also played five games, with their only loss coming in the final game of the tournament.

The following day brought pool time for the bantam (U15) athletes. Tyler Gillies, Keegan Meenie-Kindlin and Malcolm Sherling once again joined the Weyburn Hurricanes team under the guidance of coach Dave Edgerton and played four games, ending the tournament with a tie and three losses.

Bantam girls’ athletes Mahlyn Bomberak, Ryan Hoeving and Jennika Linthicum played hard and picked up two players from the other teams to build their team for the tournament. They played five fast-paced games and came out with a 3-1-1 mark.  

The evening brought the open (15-plus) competition. Mahlyn Bomberak, Ryan Hoeving and Jennika Linthicum joined Regina Armada Black for the open women’s tournament. This team played four games and finished with a 1-3 mark.

Keegan Mennie-Kindlein joined the Saskatoon Pirates for the open men’s tournament. The Pirates also played five games in the evening and finished at 2-3.

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