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Estevan U15 Bearcats finish strong with two victories

Bearcats finish third in their division and will play a Regina team in the first round.
The Estevan U15 Bearcats played the Borderland Badgers on Saturday.

ESTEVAN - The Estevan Southland Pulse U15 A Bearcats concluded their regular season with a couple of victories.

Up first was a 6-2 win over the Borderland Badgers. After a scoreless first period, Brianna Fleck, Lainee McMillen, Taya Northrop, Kate Sauder and Kaybree Fonstad scored in the second to give Estevan a 5-1 advantage. McMllen added her second of the game in the third.

Estevan then beat the Weyburn Wings 4-3 in their season finale Sunday. McMillen scored twice for the second straight game, while Miley Lockerby and Dannie Eaton had the other goals.

Kayla Mitchell was in goal for both games for Estevan, who finished the season with an 11-7-2 record.

They finished third in their division and will play the Regina Rebels White in the first round.


The Estevan IG Wealth Management U13 AA Bearcats played the Weyburn Wings to a 1-1 draw last Wednesday.

After the two teams were scoreless through the first 55 minutes, Weyburn opened the scoring with 4:23 to play, but Bree Poelen responded with the tying goal 43 seconds later.

Baya Summers was in goal.

Estevan (5-19-2) will play the Lumsden Bethune Lynx in a first-round series. Game 1 will be Feb. 25 in Bethune, Game 2 will be Feb. 26 at the Power Dodge Arena at 6:30 p.m., and Game 3 would be March 2 in Bethune.


The Estevan Steel Reef U13 A Bearcats lost 12-0 to the Parkland Fire in Grenfell on Friday. (Details on the game were not available).

The Bearcats (2-18) will play the Fire in a best-of-three first-round series.


The South East Aaron Well Servicing U18 AA Goldwings wrapped up the regular season with a couple of big victories in Midale.

The Wings trounced the North East Aces 9-1 on Saturday. Bostyn Runge scored twice and Brooke McKinnon also scored to give the Wings a 3-0 lead in the first period. Jada Naviaux and Megan Reid also scored twice, and Alex Reid and Katelyn Thackeray had the other goals.

Thackeray added three assists.

Phoenix Preston-Winder was in goal for the win.

The following day, the Wings beat the Saskatoon Legends 2-1. Charlotte Kosior and Mazey Hillrud scored for the Wings.

Ivey Grant was the Wings’ goalie.

The Wings finished second in the Saskatchewan Female Hockey League’s U18 AA South Division. They will play the Swift Current Wildcats in the south semifinal.


The South East TS&M U18 A Wings won 3-2 over the Prairie Storm on Saturday. The Wings trailed 2-0 halfway through the game, but then Alyssa Schweigert scored in the second period, and Lola Brady and Sydney Madsen had goals in the third.

Halle Henderson was in goal.

The Wings (3-16-1) will play the top-ranked Balcarres Barracudas in the first round.

The Carlyle Wildcats had the same record and finished seventh. They will play the Milestone Flyers.


The South East Whitecap U15 AA Goldwings finished the regular season by splitting games with the Swift Current Wildcats.

The first game was a 5-3 loss on Saturday. Ella Schenher, Emma Holzer and Reegan Chicoine had the Wings’ goals.

Keira Barker was the goalie.

The following day, the Wings won 6-2. Adison Warren had the Wings’ first two goals of the game, and Julia Durr, Schenher and Samara Seghers also scored.

Josie Ellis was the goalie for the Wings (6-21-1), who will play the Saskatoon Impact in the opening round of the playoffs.