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Estevan U13 AA Bearcats ousted from the postseason

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ESTEVAN — The first-ever season for the Estevan IG Wealth Management U13 AA Bearcats came to an end Sunday night.

Estevan lost 5-3 to the Lumsden-Bethune Lynx at the Power Dodge Arena in Game 2 of the best-of-three first-round series. Estevan also lost 2-1 in overtime to the Lynx in Bethune on Saturday.

Chelsea Madsen’s goal with 2:12 to play in the second period tied Game 1. Neither team scored in the third.

Lumsden-Bethune notched the winner with 2:12 to play in the first overtime period.

Taylor Short was in goal for the Bearcats.

The teams were tied at 1-1 after the first period of Game 2, with Haven Bourassa scoring for Estevan. Madsen and Bourassa tallied in the second for a 3-1 Estevan advantage through two periods.

Estevan led 3-2 until the last two minutes of regulation, when Lumsden notched the tying goal, the go-ahead marker and the insurance tally in a 42-second span.

Baya Summers was the goalie.


The South East Whitecap U15 AA Goldwings lost 11-2 in Saskatoon against the Impact on Saturday in Game 1 of their best-of-three series. Kamryn Kish had both goals for the Wings.

Kiera Barker was in goal for the game.

The Wings will host the Impact on March 2 in Weyburn. Game 3, if necessary, would be March 5 in Saskatoon.


The seventh-seeded Carlyle U18 Wildcats opened their postseason with a 5-3 upset over the No. 2 Milestone Flyers Friday in Milestone.

Cassia Gagnon, Kasenya Einarson and Cherish Kaysaywaysemat scored less than a minute apart in the second period to give the Wildcats a 3-0 lead. Kaysaywaysemat and Alexys Roppel tallied in the third.

Riley Scott was in goal.

Game 2 is March 1 in Kipling, and Game 3, if necessary, would be March 3 in Milestone.