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Oxbow picks up two lopsided weekend wins in Big Six play

Oxbow Huskies defeated Yellow Grass 9-0 on Friday and Arcola-Kisbey 12-0 on Sunday.
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It was another busy weekend in the Big six Hockey League.

SOUTHEAST SASKATCHEWAN - The six-game weekend slate for the Big Six Hockey League included two lopsided wins for the Oxbow Huskies.  

The Huskies’ first game was a 9-0 rout of the Yellow Grass Wheat Kings. 

Derek Cooney and Rhett Shaw had two goals each for the Huskies, while Mason Strutt, Dawson Schaff, Kolby Widenmaier, Braden Brock and Joey Meredith also scored. Five of Oxbow’s goals came in the third period.  

Cody Levesque had the shutout for Oxbow, while Tanner Erickson and Nolan Bergen shared the goaltending duties for Yellow Grass.  

The Carlyle Cougars scored seven times in the first period and crushed the Arcola-Kisbey Combines 15-1 on Friday night. Jon Gaudet, Mykel Biermann, Jayden Hansen, Dakota Rose, Ben Johnstone, Nathan Deck and Zach Brown scored in the first-period barrage.  

Johnstone, Cooper Fox and Rose scored in the second, and Johnstone, Brett Turgeon, Fox, Gaudet and Biermann had goals in the third. 

Jordan Weber had Arcola-Kisbey’s goal.  

Rylan Kulyk was in goal for Carlyle, and Keegan Mitchell was the Arcola-Kisbey goalie.  

The other game Friday saw the Moosomin Rangers knock off the Midale Mustangs 7-2 Friday in the Rangers’ season debut. Bud Holloway scored twice in the first period, while Drayson Skulmoski and Carter Sawchuck also scored in the first. Dawson Springer, Jevon Schwean and Monty Driver had the Rangers’ other goals.   

Zach Holzer and Brayden Bjorndal had Midale’s tallies. 

Levi Horn (Moosomin) and Talen King (Midale) were the goalies.  

Two games were played Saturday. The Bienfait Coalers went into Midale and won 5-4 in overtime. Kaelan Holt’s second of the game midway through overtime was the winner.  

Tyler Hengen, Wyatt Garagan and Justin Byers also scored for Bienfait.   

Steven Lindenbach had two goals for Midale. Bjorndal and Aiden Bavle also scored.  

Zack Miller (Bienfait) and Talen King (Midale) were the goalies.  

In the other game Saturday, the Carnduff Red Devils routed the Moosomin Rangers 7-1. It was a 1-1 game until late in the second period, with Nico Anderson scoring for Carnduff and Driver tallying for Moosomin. 

Ben Hiltz scored with 75 seconds to play in the second period for Carnduff, and then the Red Devils scored five times in the third, with two from Matthew Plews and individual markers by Anderson, Mark Moriarty and Kyle Garagan.  

Kyler Beckett was the goalie for Moosomin, while Cody Dumaine was the Carnduff netminder.  

Sunday’s game saw Oxbow shut out the Arcola-Kisbey Combines 12-0. Brody Haygarth scored 24 seconds apart in the first period for a 2-0 Oxbow lead. Liam Rutten had three goals, Schaff scored twice, and Shaw, Widenmaier, Meredith, Carey Levesque and Colton Schell also scored.

Drew Fenwick picked up the shutout for Oxbow Evan Haber was the goalie for the Combines.   

The Bienfait Coalers will play the Cougars on Tuesday at 8 p.m. 

Upcoming games will see the Wawota Flyers at the Kipling-Windthorst Oil Kings and the Wheat Kings at the Rangers on Nov. 18. The Flyers’ contest will be their first game of the season. Games on Saturday are Midale at Carnduff, Bienfait at Redvers and Moosomin and Kipling-Windthorst. All games are slated to start at 8 p.m., except for Yellow Grass at Moosomin, which is to start at 8:30 p.m.  


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