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Redvers, Carnduff, Wawota and Moosomin win weekend Big Six games

Wawota played their first game of the season Friday night.
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The Wawota Flyers won their first game of the season Friday night.





The Wawota Flyers finally opened their season on Friday night, and they came away with a victory.

The Flyers defeated the host Kipling-Windthorst Oil Kings 6-4. Devin Stewart and Jesse Gabrielle scored in the third period to lift the Flyers to the victory. It was the second goal of the night for each player.

Jordan Fox and Brady Dinwoodie also scored for the Flyers.

Dan Loffler scored twice for the Oil Kings. Luc Englot and Drew Czerwonka also scored.

Kye Steinke was in goal for Wawota, while Dylan Dedecker was the goalie for Kipling-Windthorst.

Three games were played on Saturday. The host Carnduff Red Devils continued to roll with a 7-2 victory over the Midale Mustangs. Brad Tomiski scored twice in the opening 3:13 of the game to give the Mustangs a 2-0 advantage.

But goals by Kyle Garagan, Nico Anderson and Kelby Minshull put Carnduff ahead after the first period, and then Ben Hiltz scored twice and Ty Stovin and Mark Moriarty tallied in the second for the five-goal margin.

Mason Plews (Carnduff) and Talen King (Midale) were the goalies.

The Redvers Rockets shelled the visiting Bienfait Coalers 13-1, thanks to a six-goal first period and five more in the second.

Kevin Mann had two goals in the first-period barrage, and Travis Poirier, John Potapinksi, Drew Hoff and Oliver Poirier also scored. Braeden Magotiaux had two goals in the second, while Hoff, Potapinksi and Bradey Fidierchuk also scored in that frame for Redvers. Todd Gervais had two goals in 10 seconds in the third.

Kaelan Holt had Bienfait’s lone goal. 

Zack Miller was the Coalers’ goalie, while Thomas Bauche was in goal for Redvers.

The Moosomin Rangers knocked off the Oil Kings 6-3 in Kipling. Bud Holloway and Dawson Springer each scored twice for the Rangers, while Justin Lamontagne and Dallyn Holmstrom also scored.

Czerwonka had two goals for Kipling-Windthorst and Loffler also scored.

Kyler Beckett was in goal for Moosomin and DeDecker was the Kipling-Windthorst goalie.

Another busy weekend is scheduled for Nov. 25-27. Games on Nov. 25 are the Arcola-Kisbey Combines at the Flyers, the Rockets at the Oil Kings, the Red Devils at the Carlyle Cougars and the Rangers at the Coalers.

Four more games are set for Nov. 26: the Yellow Grass Wheat Kings at Wawota, Kipling-Windthorst at Midale, Redvers at Arcola-Kisbey and Carnduff at Moosomin.

Carlyle will visit Bienfait for the only game on Nov. 27.

All games will start at 8 p.m.

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