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Estevan U15 Bearcats pick up one win in league play

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The Estevan Southland Pulse U15 A Bearcats had a home game against the Parkland Fire on Sunday.

ESTEVAN — The Estevan Southland Pulse U15 A Bearcats female hockey team went 1-2 in games played over a seven-day span.

Estevan won 7-1 over the Weyburn Goldwings 1 on Nov. 21 in Midale. Sailor Cowan scored twice in the opening 14 minutes of the game, and Brianna Fleck and Dannie Eaton also scored early on.

Miley Lockerby added a goal in the second, and Kaybree Fonstad and Elizabeth Fornwald scored in the third.

The Bearcats lost 4-3 to the Regina Rebels White on Nov. 26. Fornwald, Ryleigh Snell and Halle Lozinsky scored for Estevan.

Estevan then lost 4-1 to the Parkland Fire the following day. Fonstad opened the scoring in the game.

Kayla Mitchell was in goal for all three contests.

The Bearcats (2-3-1) will be back on the ice on Dec. 3 when they host the Regina Rebels Gold at 1 p.m. at the Bienfait Memorial Arena.


The two southeast teams in the U18 A division were on road trips through southern Saskatchewan this past weekend. The Carlyle Wildcats lost 6-4 to the Wood River Ice Cats in Lafleche on Nov. 25 and 8-2 to the Southwest Cyclones the following day in Gull Lake.

Kasenya Einarson scored twice for Carlyle in Lafleche, and Presley Graham and Jaycee Gervais had the other Carlyle goals. The Wildcats were down 4-0 after the first period, fought back to trail 5-4 early in the third, but then Wood River pulled away again.

The following day, Paige DuPerrier and Einarson scored for the Wildcats.

Riley Scott was in goal for both games.

The Wildcats (1-4) will visit the Prairie Storm on Dec. 3 in Balgonie and host the Balcarres Barracudas the following day at the Carlyle Sports Reena at 2 p.m.

Meanwhile, the South East TS&M U18 A Gold Wings lost 4-2 to the Cyclones on Nov. 25 and 8-3 to the Ice Cats the next day.

Kallie MacMillan and Brielle Farr scored for the Wings against the Cyclones.

Lola Brady, Jenna Emmel and Alyssa Schweigert had the goals versus the Ice Cats. It was a scoreless game until Brady opened the scoring 2:11 into the second period.

Kaley Martin was in goal versus the Cyclones, and Kailyn McFadden was the netminder versus the Ice Cats.

The Gold Wings (1-7) will host the Barracudas on Dec. 3 at 4 p.m. in Midale.


The Estevan IG Wealth Management U13 AA Bearcats played three times in a three-day stretch.

The first game was a 3-1 loss to the Weyburn Goldwings Nov. 25 at the Power Dodge Arena in the first-ever meeting between the Highway 39 rivals. Chelsea Madsen had the Bearcats’ lone goal with 71 seconds to play in the first period.

Baya Summers was in goal for Estevan.

Estevan then went out on the road, losing 8-0 to the Northwest Sharks on Nov. 26 in North Battleford. Taylor Short was in goal for Estevan.

The following day, Estevan lost 4-1 to the Warman Wildcats. Lily Hlavka’s goal with 5:55 to play in the first period was the Bearcats’ lone tally.

Summers was in goal for the loss.

The next game for the Bearcats (1-9) will be Dec. 4 when they host Warman at 3:30 p.m. at Affinity Place.


The Estevan Steel Reef U13 A Bearcats dropped a couple of couple of games against the Parkland Fire: 7-1 on Nov. 18 and 4-0 the following day. Both games were at the Power Dodge Arena.

Julie Berg had Estevan’s lone goal in those games, scoring with 86 seconds to play in the first period on Nov. 18.

Adalyn Christopherson was in goal for both games.

Up next for the U13 A Bearcats (1-5) will be three games in three nights, with games against the Balcarres Barracudas on Dec. 2 at the Power Dodge Arena at 6:30 p.m. and on Dec. 3 at 10:45 a.m. at the Bienfait Memorial Arena, and then they play on Dec. 4 at the Moose Jaw Mavericks 1.

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