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Estevan U15 Bearcats shut out Weyburn

An update from the world of local female hockey.
Shyla Merritt (6) and Rory Tatarnic (5) keep Weyburn away from Bearcats’ goaltender Kayla Mitchell during Saturday’s game in Estevan.

ESTEVAN — The Estevan Southland Pulse U15 A Bearcats blanked the Weyburn Gold Wings 1 2-0 on Saturday at the Power Dodge Arena in South Saskatchewan Female Hockey League action.

Elizabeth Fornwald and Kaybree Fonstad scored in the first period to give the Bearcats all of the offence they needed. Fonstad’s goal came with 16 seconds remaining in the opening frame.

Kayla Mitchell earned the shutout in goal for Estevan.

Estevan (7-6-2) will visit the Regina Rebels White on Jan. 27 and the Rebels Gold on Jan. 28. Then they host the Weyburn Gold Wings 2 on Jan. 29 at 3:15 p.m. t the Power Dodge Arena, and the Borderland Badgers on Jan. 31 at 7:15 p.m., also at the Power Dodge Arena.


The Estevan IG Wealth Management U13 AA Bearcats lost 3-1 to the Weyburn Wings on Jan. 17. Morgan Hase opened the scoring with 43 seconds to play in the first period.

Taylor Short was in goal for the Bearcats.

The two teams were scheduled to meet again Jan. 24 in Lampman. (Results were not available at press time).

The Bearcats will visit the Northeast Aces on Jan. 27, the Prince Albert Foxes on Jan. 28 and the Saskatoon Hurricanes on Jan. 29.


The Estevan Steel Reef U13 A Bearcats lost 9-2 to the Borderland Badgers on Jan. 20 and 5-1 to the Prairie Storm the following day. Both games were played at the Power Dodge Arena.

Sadie Grimes and Allie Lainton had the goals for the Bearcats against the Badgers.

Olivia Hockey notched the lone goal against the Storm.

Adalyn Christopherson was in goal for both games.

The Bearcats (1-13) will visit the Weyburn Gold Wings on Jan. 25.


The South East Aaron Well Servicing Goldwings picked up five of a possible six points during road games on the weekend.

Up first was a 2-1 win over the Western Prairie Thunder in Dodsland. Katelyn Thackeray and Paytin Copeland scored for the Wings. Copeland’s goal with 4:23 to play was the winner.

The following day, the Wings tied the Prince Albert Foxes 3-3. Thackeray had two goals for the Wings and Hadley Gerle notched the other goal.

The final game was a 2-1 win over the North East Aces. Megan Reid and Jada Vaviaux had the Wings’ goals.

Ivey Grant was in goal against the Thunder and the Aces, while Phoenix Preston-Winder was the goalie versus the Foxes.

The Wings (12-4-2) will host the Notre Dame Hounds on Jan. 31 at 7:30 p.m. in Midale.


The Carlyle Wildcats picked up one of a possible four points in their weekend games.

Carlyle tied the Southwest Cyclones 2-2 on Jan. 21. Kasenya Einarson and Eva Bear scored for the Wildcats.

Lexi Pirlot was in goal.

The following day, the Wildcats lost 2-0 to the Prairie Storm. The Storm scored both goals in the third period.

Riley Scott was the goalie for Carlyle.

The Wildcats (2-12-1) will visit the Regina Rebels on Jan. 27 and host the Rebels the following day at 1 p.m.

The South East TS&M Gold Wings (2-12) lost 9-3 to the Balcarres Barracudas on Saturday. Lola Brady scored twice for the Wings and Tyra Kmita also scored.

Karley Martin was in goal.