Sports News Archives for 2014-04

Indoor Soccer Results



The Phantom Lake Soccer Club wrapped up their indoor tournament this past Saturday at the Whitney Forum.


Results for 2003-2005


Consolation Final-  Ped's 7 -Dwayne's 3


Bronze Medal-  Kick It 3  - Whitford  2


Gold Medal - RK'S 5   -  Kick It 1


Results for 2000-2002


Consolation Final -  Parks and Rec 4 - Treeline 2


Bronze Medal- In Motion 2- Dollar Store 1


Gold Medal - In  Motion 2 - Rotary 1




Storm Take Cup






Congratulations to the Flin Flon Storm who won the Hockey Manitoba Cup this past weekend in Winnipeg.


The Storm beat Starbuck in the final 4-2. Goal scorers were: Mike Jones with two,  singles from Bryce Barteski and Ryan Shuya.


Mike Jones and Ryan Karakochuk led the way offensively throughout the weekend with 12 points apiece in 5 games.


Badminton Tourney Tomorrow

Hapnot is set to host the 4th annual Bird Bash badminton tournament starting tomorrow, with over 128 athletes from all over Northern Manitoba competing.


Action will be taking place for both Senior's and Junior Varsity athletes at Hapnot, Ruth Betts, Many Faces and McIsaac Thursday and Friday.


Many of these players will be competing in Zones the following weekend in Thompson, with the chance to advance to Provincials in Winnipeg May the 2nd and 3rd.


Flin Flon has also been selected to host the the Manitoba under 23 team, for a week long badminton camp July 7th -11th. These are athletes that are training for the 2015 Canada Games.


Camp registration details will be coming soon.

Indoor Soccer Tournament

Ten teams will square off in the 12th annual indoor soccer tournament starting next Wednesday at the Whitney Forum.


Wednesday's game's  feature:


Kick It VS Dwayne's at 4:30

Peds VS RKS at 5:30

In Motion VS Treeline at 6:30

FF Parks VS Rotary at 7:30

Dollar Store VS In Motion at 8:30

Adult game at 9:30.


Playoffs will start Saturday at 10 AM, with the Gold Medal game set for 3PM.

Minor Hockey Award Winners

Flin Flon Minor Hockey hosted the second annual Liberty Tax- Triad Realty year end awards at the Flin Flon Community Hall, Wednesday night.


The night included lots of great raffles and guest speaker Danis Chartrand, second year Flin Flon Bomber defenseman. Danis spoke about his minor hockey career in Winnipeg and how he ended up becoming a Flin Flon Bomber.


The night also included remarks from Flin Flon Minor Hockey President Travis Rideout, who acknowledged all the house league winning teams, players, coach's and volunteers who were the driving force behind another successfull season.


Here are this year's Flin Flon Minor Hockey award winners.


Novice Division


Most Inspirational: Wyatt Stinton

Most Sportsmanlike: Evan Reid

Best Goalie: Paxton Moore

Most Defensive: Connor Slogoski

Most Improved: Tanner Werbicki

Most Valuable Player: Joey Lies& Ethan McLean


Atom Division


Most Sportsmanlike: Brennen Sapergia Green & Bryson Dumas

Top Goalie: Korey Benoit

Top Defenseman: Ali Lytwyn

Most Improved:Harlan Jacobson

Most Valuable Player: Wyatt Pomarenski


Pee Wee Division


Most Sportsmanlike: Grady Bedford & Logan Sapergia Green

Top Goalie: Rylan Potkonjak

Top Defenseman: Joie Simon & Tanner Dutcawich

Most Improved: Tyler Wiens

Most Valuable Player: Sean Yaworski

McKay Wins Gold

Congratulations to grade 11 student Christina McKay who won a gold medal this past weekend at Wrestling Nationals, in Guelph Ontario


Christina captured Gold in the 56 kg weight category.


This adds to the Provincial Gold medal that Christina won a couple of weeks ago in Winnipeg.

Hardball Comes To Flin Flon

The Flin Flon Creighton Minor Ball Association will be completing the change over to hardball for the upcoming season.


The process began last year with the help of Ryan Karochuk and Sask baseball.


Flin Flon Creighton Minor Ball will now be Flin Flon Creighton Minor Baseball.


The season is set to start the second week of May, weather permitting at Centoba and Creighton ball fields.


Here are the different divisions

Blastball- 3 to 4 year olds

T-Ball- Parent Pitch 5-6

Division 1 (Rookie) 7-8

Division 2 (Mosquito) 9-11

Division 3 (Pee Wee) 12-13

Division 4 (Bantam) 14-15


The older leagues will have an oppurtunity to travel out of town for tournaments this season.


Plans are also underway to have a representative from Sask Baseball come in to do a clinic with the kids sometime in April or May.


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