Sports News Archives for 2014-10

Northstars Back At Home

The Norman Northstars fianally return home to Thompson after playing 7 straight games on the road.


Norman will put their 2-10 record on the line against Parkland who are: 6-4 on the season.


They play Saturday night and Sunday afternoon at the C.A . Nesbitt Arena. Parkland leads the season series 1 game to  none.

Busy Weekend For Hapnot's Volleyball Teams

A busy weekend coming up for all of Hapnot’s  volleyball teams.


The senior Kings and Queens will be in Brandon for the Spartan Dig 2014.


The Kings will play their first game Friday at 9AM against Neelin out of Winnipeg, and the Queens will kick off the tournament against Grandview Friday at 10. Action will continue throughout the weekend for the Province’s biggest volleyball tournament.


Hapnot will host a JV tournament this weekend with teams competing from Flin Flon, Creighton, The Pas and Thompson.


The first game on Friday for the girls is Hapnot playing Creighton at 4:15, and the first game for the boys is Hapnot against RD Parker out of Thompson is Friday at 6:15.


Playoffs start Saturday at 12:30.



Kodiaks Will Play For Championship

The Creighton Kodiaks continued their domination in their first year competing in the 6 man Northern Saskatchewan Football League.


Creighton hosted the Eastern Final and rolled to a 59-24 victory over Cumberland House Monday afternoon.




Evan Linnick led the way with 3 touchdowns as well as 7 converts. Chris Reynolds scored the nicest touchdown of the day when he ran back a punt return.


Josh Nowlin hauled in a couple of passes for touchdowns and big Brennan Van Meer also scored on a 15 yard run up the middle.


The Kodiaks will travel to Prince Albert to play in the Championship game this Saturday. Creighton will face Pinehouse who defeated Green Lake in the Western Final 55-17.


Pinehouse features the very dangerous Johnny Tinker who finished second in league scoring right behind Evan Linnick. Linnick had a 122 points and Tinker had 113.


I think it is safe to say this is the matchup everybody wanted and expected to see, with both teams undefeated on the season.




The Championship Final will be decided at Max Clunie Field this Saturday at 1:30.


Here is Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk talking about his team's victory over Cumberland House, and his thoughts on his team going for the Championship in PA this Saturday.


Losses Keep Mounting

After picking up a 4-3 win in Kenora Thursday, the Norman Northstars dropped three straight on the road trip including a 9-2 loss earlier today to Interlake.


The Northstars were outscored 26-10 over the weekend and saw their overall record fall to 2-10.


Riley Nowlin was the top Flin Flon point getter with 2 assists.


After 7 consecutive road games, the Northstars return to Tompson for some home cooking this weekend, when they host the Parkland Rangers Saturday and Sunday.

Bombers 3 Wings 1



The Flin Flon Bombers knocked off the Weyburn Red Wings 3-1 Friday night en route to their 7th victory of the season to improve to: 7-2-2-2


The Bombers are tied with the Melfort Mustangs for first place in the very competitive Sherwood Division with 18 points.  The Nipawin Hawks are just one point behind Melfort and Flin Flon and all 3 teams have played 13 games.


Laronge is not very far behind either with 13 points.


Scoring for Flin Flon were Chris Rauckman with his league leading 13th of the season. Eric Pedersen also scored his 4th of the year with Tanner Lishchynsky  adding his second.


Nick Pouliot scored the only goal for Weyburn.


Simon Hofley had one of his easier nights kicking out 20 of 21 shots to preserve the victory and was good when he needed to be. Jack Burgart was a lot busier stopping 41 out of 44 shots.


This is the first chance I have had to see Weyburn play this year and I thought they looked a lot better than a 4 win team. I thought they skated well and were the most physical team I have seen this year. Jack Burgart is also very good betwen the pipes and is as good as anyone I have seen this season.


I think it is safe to say that Weyburn will continue to get better and will start to make their way up the standings.




Flin Flon continues to hit their stride and have only lost 2 games in regulation and remain the league leaders in goals with 53. The Bombers have 4 lines that can score and Mike Reagan feels they have the deepest blue line he has seen in the 8 years he has been behind the bench.


The blue line will only get deeper with the addition of Tyler Bell who is coming to the Bombers from Lethbridge of the WHL.


Reagan also mentioned that forward Seamus Maguire has left the team to return home to play Junior B.


Flin Flon will now hit the road for two games Wednesday and Thursday. The Bombers will get their first look at the defending Royal Bank Cup Champion Yorkton Terriers. Yorkton looks to be in a rebuilding mode this year with a record of: 4-6-1-1 and sit in third spot in the Viterra Division.


The Bombers are back in Melfort to face the Mustangs in a first place showdown on Thursday. These two teams will see a lot of each other as they will each other 4 times in a span of over a week.


Join 102.9 CFAR and for all the action on Wednesday and Thursday night, we hit the air waves both nights at 8:15 MB time.


Here is Head Coach and GM Mike Reagan with his comments after the 3-1 win over Weyburn on Friday.


Northstars Pick Up Second Win

The Norman Northstars picked up their second win of the season last night knocking off the Kenora Thistles 4-3.


Scoring for Norman were: Bryce Horning with a pair, Anthony Keeper and Taylor Ritchie. Mark Steeves made 37 saves to preserve the victory.


The 4 game road trip will continue tonight with the Northstars back in Kenora.


Norman improves to 2-7 on the season.

JV Kings Off To Roblin

The JV Hapnot Kings will be in Roblin for a volleyball tournament starting this Friday.


The Kings are in a pool with: Roblin, Dauphin, Major Pratt and Virden.


Hapnot's first game is Friday night against Major Pratt at 7:15. The Kings will play every team in their pool before the playoffs start Saturday at 1PM.

Kodiaks To Meet Cumberland House

The Creighton Kodiaks will face Cumberland House in the North Saskatchewan Football Final Monday October the 27th 3PM at the Creighton field.


The Kodiaks won the East Semi- Final 55-18 over Laronge and Cumberland House took care of Sandy Bay 34-23.


This will be the second meeting of the season, with Creighton picking up the W in their first meeting 51-14.


The winner of this game will move on to the Championship game at Max Clunie Field in Prince Albert, Saturday November the 1st to play the winner out of the North Saskatchewan West Division.

Kodiaks Move On




The Creighton Kodiaks 6 man football team came back from a 6 point deficit early in the first quarter in their East Semi Final against Senater Myles out of Laronge,  and never looked back in powering to a decisive 55-18 win on Monday afternoon.


The Kodiaks improve to 5-0 on the season and continue to be able to put lots of points on the board. Although today I was impressed with how they played defensively.


This was a historic day with it being the first playoff game in Creighton High School history.


Creighton started to punish Laronge with a lot of big hits in the second quarter, and were able to carry it over to the second half keeping Senater Myles at bay and not allowing them to do much offensively.


Evan Linnick had another big day scoring three touchdowns and adding 5 converts. Chris Reynolds also had a very good afternoon running back a kickoff for a touchdown, and hauling in a couple of touchdown receptions from quarterback Blair Pietsch.


Other touchdowns came from Josh Nowlin and Dean Rainville.


Randy Nowlin and Brennen Van Meer were very good defensively and helped contain the Laronge quarterback and not allow their offense get a lot of yards.




The Kodiaks will face the winner of Sandy Bay and Cumberland House who play tomorrow, and host the East Final next Monday 4 PM at the Creighton field.


Here is Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk and Evan Linnick talking about their big playoff victory:





Kings And Queens At Provincials




The Hapnot Senior Kings and Queens were in Winkler this past weekend for soccer Provincials.


Both teams put their undefeated seasons on the line and were ranked no.6 in the Province going in.


It was a tough start, with both teams meeting no.3 ranked Steinbach. The Kings lost a nail biter 1-0 and the Queens got beat 5-1.


The Kings rebounded beating Birtle 3-1, Rivers 4-3 and knocked off Stonewall to win the Consolation.


It turned out to be a very successful year for the Kings who ended up losing only one game all season.


The Queens ended up beating Shoal Lake 2-0, before losing a heart breaker in the Consolation Semi Final to Beausejour 4-3.


Congratulations to the coach's Tyler Kittle, Dean Grove, and all the players on a season to remember.

Norman Picks Up First Win

The Norman Northstars hit the road for 3 games this past weekend.


Things got off to a rough start losing to the Winnipeg Wild 13-1 on Friday. Norman's lone goal came from: Anthony Keeper.


The Northstars were able to shake that off and powered to their first win of the season  beating Sothwest 4-1 on Saturday.  Scoring for Norman were: Anthony Keeper, Mikey Marcus, Bryce Horning and Evan Lutz.


With momentum on their side the Northstars went into Parkland Sunday and lost a heartbreaker 3-2. Norman was actually leading this game 2-1 early in the second period before the Rangers would tie things up and score the winning goal with less than 4 minutes remaining in regulation.


Goal scorers on Sunday were: Daylon Campbell and Taylor Richie


Norman falls to 1-7 and are back on the road for 4 games starting this Thursday in Kenora.

Bombers Get It Done

The Flin Flon Bombers wrapped up a  4 game in 5 night road trip with their first over time win of the season Saturday night.


Flin Flon is also the first team to hand Notre Dame a loss this season, beating the Hounds 2-1 in OT  right in Wilcox.


Notre Dame had reeled off 8 straight wins going into Saturday's game.


Parker Evans- Campbell was the hero scoring 2:16 into the extra frame. The other Bomber goal came from Alex Smith who picked up his 5th of the season at the 9:41 mark of the second period.


Notre Dame's lone  goal came from veteran Sam Aulie who scored his first of the season in the second period at the 16:22 mark.


Simon Hofley was back between the pipes after getting a rare night off the night before in Weyburn, where he  stopped 32 out of 33 shots for his 6th victory of the season and improved his overall save % to .926.


This is a big victory for so many reasons. The Bombers wrap up the road trip on a positive note getting 5 out of a possible 8 points. Flin Flon also gets the elusive first over time win of the season avenging their 4-3 shoot out loss to Weyburn the night before, and they also take over first place in the Sherwood Division.


Flin Flon's record stands at :6-2-2-2 (16 points), 2 up on Melfort who do have 2 games in hand.


The Bombers are the first team to score 50 goals this season, no other club in the league has managed to even hit 40. Battleford has 39.


Fliin Flon has 5 players in the league's top 10 scorers, led by Chris Rauckman who leads in both goals (12) and points (19).


Alex Smith has jumped into fourth spot with 14 points, Parker Evans- Campbell sits in 6th with 13, Austin Calladine has 12 points and is in 7th with defenseman Danys Chartrand coming in tenth spot with 11 points.


The Bombers will get a well deserved 5 day break before returning to the Whitney Forum this Friday to play the Weyburn Red Wings. No broadcast of this game.


Next broadcast on 102.9 CFAR and will be from Yorkton on Wednesday October the 29th.


A big thank you going out to Boldt FM'S Clark Stork and Jeremy Corrigan from CJ-1280 in Estevan for picking up the broadcast's for us last week.


Great job guys and much appreciated.



Norman In Search Of First Win

The Norman Northstars who have dropped their first 5 games of the season and have been out scored 35-8 will hit the road again this weekend.


Norman is in Winnipeg to face the Wild tonight, and will play  Southwest tomorrow and wrap up the trip in Parkland Sunday.


The Northstars will play 7 straight on the road before returning to Thompson November the 1st and 2nd.

Bombers Blowout Bruins

After a 4-2 setback in Humboldt, the Flin Flon Bombers responded in a big way trouncing the Bruins 9-0 right in Estevan.


Alex Smith had his best game in a Bomber uniform picking up 6 points including a hat trick, giving him 4 goals on the season.


Leading scorer Chris Rauckman scored 2 goals to give him a league leading 11 on the season.


Other Bomber goals came from: Perrilat(2), Cameron(1), Lishchynski(1) and Yaremchuk (1).


Simon Hofley stopped all 33 shots fired in his direction and has played every minute of every game so far this year between the pipes.



The Bomber powerplay was firing on all cylinders last night going 5 for 10 and improved to a league best 32%.


Flin Flon improves to 5-2-2-1 on the season and have moved to within 1 point behind Melfort,  for first place in the Sherwood Division. Nipawin did Flin Flon a favour trimming the Mustangs 2-1 last night.


The Hawks are only 1 point behind Flin Flon for second and do have 2 games in hand.


Estevan will fall to  3-6-0-1 after last night's loss and sit in second spot with Yorkton in the Viterra Division.


The Bombers have outscored Estevan 15-3 in the two head to head matchups so far this season.


Flin Flon will get today off before resuming the 4 game road trip tomorrow in Weyburn. Opening faceoff will be 8:30 MB time from Crescent Point Place.


All the action on 102.9 CFAR and Jeremy Corrigan will have the call including the Murray GM Coach's Show starting at 8:15.

Tough Start To The Road Trip

Mike Reagan said his team needed to get off to a better start, and stop giving teams early leads in hockey games. The Bombers did score the first goal last night, but still found themselves on the wrong end of a 4-2 score in Humboldt.


Eric Pedersen who just got back in the lineup opened up the scoring in the second period at the 5:11 mark.


The Broncos would get their offense on track and scored just 19 seconds later to tie it on Swytsun's second of the year. Greve would score 27 seconds after that to put the Broncos up for good.


Duzan would score the eventual game winner at 8:43 of the third period. Dustin Perrilat would score his first of the season on the powerplay to make it interesting and get it to 3-2 with just over 8 minutes remaining in regulation.


Dylan Fluter who just got back in the lineup after a lengthy injury to start the year, sealed the game with an empty netter late in the third period.


The Bombers had a tough time staying out of the penalty box and had a couple of their offensive weapons tossed out of last night's game including Chris Rauckman and Eric Pedersen.


Flin Flon outshot Humboldt 36-28 and went 1 for 7 on the PP. The Broncos were 0 for 7.


After 9 games the Bombers are: 4-2-2-1, 11 points and trail Melfort by 3 for the Division lead.


The Bombers are also winless in 3 road games this year.


Humboldt improves to: 3-5-1-0 and still occupy the basement in a tough Kramer Division.


The 4 game in 5 night road trip continues tonight in Estevan and will be the second meeting of the season between these two teams. The Bombers won the matchup at the Whitney Forum Sept 26th 6-3.


All the action on 102.9 CFAR and starting with the Murray GM Coach's Show at 8:15.

Kings And Queens Rady For Provincials

The Hapnot Kings and Queens will wrap up the soccer season this weekend in Winkler at Provincials.


Not only are the Kings and Queens Zone champions,they  are also undefeated this season.


Both teams are ranked no.6 and will play Steinbach Friday at 12:30. If they win they would move on to play Saturday at 11.


Good luck to the coach' s Dean Grove, Tyler Kittle and all the players, and you can follow all the action on 102.9 CFAR and

Weekend Volleyball

The Hapnot Senior Kings and Queens volleyball teams were in Swan River this past weekend.


The Kings ended up winning the tournament by beating Malita in the final 25-16 and 25-18.


The Queens lost in the semis to Thompson 18-25, 25-18 and 11-15.


Both teams will be in Brandon October the 31st and November the 1st.

Norman Continues To Struggle

The Norman Northstars are still in search of their first win of the season after dropping a pair of games to the Interlake Lightning this past weekend.


It was Norman's home opener weekend.


Interlake won on Saturday 6-2, and followed that up with a 9-0 win on Sunday.


Thompson's Michael Marcus and Evan Lutz scored Norman's only goals  and saw their record drop to 0-5 to open up the Manitoba Midget AAA hockey season.


Norman will now hit the road for 7 straight games including a 3 game road trip this weekend, when they take on the Winnipeg Wild  Friday, Southwest Saturday and Parkland Sunday.


The Northstars will not be home till the weekend of November the 1st and 2nd.


There was a moment of silence for former Northstar Teagan Quinn , before Saturday's game.

Stars 4 Bombers 3 OT



The Battleford Stars were able to shake off a 3-1 set back against the Nipawin Hawks Friday night, by bouncing back with a 4-3 OT win over the Flin Flon Bombers Saturday. I thought the Bombers looked a little rusty not playing in 6 days.


The Stars scored two goals in the first period when Mathew Saharchuk  grabbed a rebound off the glass that bounced right in front of the Bomber net, allowing him  to fire the puck past Simon Hofley.


Saharchuk scored again on the power play, when O'Sullivan won a face off cleanly and made a nice pass in front of the Bomber goal, where Saharchuk was standing alone to put the Stars up 2-0 after 1.


Flin Flon fired 18 shots at Stars goaltender Spencer Tremblay in the first period, but they could not solve the 20 year old. Battleford did do a good job keeping most of the shots to the outside.


The Bombers would cash in with a couple of goals in the second period, when local product Evan Akkerman fought off a Battleford defender and went in alone to fire a wrist shot low blocker side on Tremblay, to bring the home crowd to their feet. This was Akkerman's second of the season.


Dean Allison, the Bomber captain would tie the game, when he banged in a loose puck on the power play for his fourth of the season. Flin Flon outshot the Stars 12-6 in the second.


The Bombers carried the momentum into the third period, and took their first lead of the game when Danis Chartrand scored his first of the season at 15:38.


The lead how ever was short lived because Jake McMillen was able to convert a Bomber turn over at 17:06 to tie the game at 3.


Both clubs went at each other pretty good for the final three minutes of regulation, but they could not decide it in regulation.


So they would have to decide it in over time. Nothing new for the Stars who were going to over time for the 6th time already this season. This was Flin Flon's third OT game.


Nick Fountain was the over time hero, when he blasted a shot from the point at 3:18 into the extra period. There was all kinds of traffic in front of Simon Hofley and he never saw the shot. Fountain picked a good time to get his first goal of the season. Final shots were 40-21 in the Bombers favour.


The Bomber record now stands at: 4-1-2-1 (11 points) second in the Sherwood Division, 3 points behind the Division leading Melfort Mustangs.


Battleford is : 5-2-2, second in the Kramer and 2 points behind the undefeated Notre Dame Hounds.


Flin Flon will get their biggest test so far this young season when they head out for 4 games in 5 nights starting Tuesday in Humboldt.


Mike Reagan the Head Coach and GM says if they are going to have success, they need to stop spotting teams 2 goal leads all the time. " We have been handing teams 2-0 leads quite a bit. That is going to change, there is no question our warm up is going to change and we need guys to be ready right from the get-go."


Reagan also commented that he is looking forward to the challenge of going on the road.. "This is our first real test of going out on the road and having a road trip, and hopefully our boys will be ready to go and get off to a better start than tonight. I thought we played a good game after the first period and again you just can't spot a team a 2-0 lead ."


Make sure you listen to Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday's games on 102.9 CFAR and We will be getting the feed from Boldt FM in Humboldt for Tuesday and will be on the air at about 7:50 PM.


Recently Acquired Lance Yaremchuk will make his Bomber debut on Tuesday and Eric Pedersen is also expected back in the lineup.


Bombers Back In Action


(4-1-1-1)  2nd in Sherwood   (4-1-2)   2nd in Kramer


After a 6 day break the Flin Flon Bombers are back on the ice Saturday when they host the Battleford Northstars.


It has been a very good week for the Bombers who received a national ranking for the first time this season, when the CJHL put out their rankings Monday and gave the Bombers the no.15 spot in the country.


Flin Flon also received good news that one of their top prospects Lance Yaremchuk had been re-assigned from the Prince George Cougars of the WHL.


This is huge news for the Bombers who already lead the league in goals with 31, and adding a dynamic player like Yaremchuk will only make Flin Flon deeper.


After losing their first game of the season to Kindersley, Battleford is unbeaten in regulation and are off to a better start than a lot of people thought. The Stars have a lot of holes to fill with both their goaltenders moving on and a good chunk of their blue line too.


Schmidt, Forbes and Charlson have all moved on due to graduation and trades. The Stars are still pretty skilled at forward with the likes of: Keller, Delainey and McMillen. You can't forget about Igor Leonenko either.


Kevin Hasselberg is regarded as one of the best coach's in the league and is always prepared with who ever he has in the lineup. He also recruits very well and I look forward to seeing how it all comes together for him this season.


Battleford has been one of the best team's in the league under his tenure and usually start the season slow due to the fact they play a lot of games on the road early in the season. They have started a lot better this year leading me to believe they will be a factor once again.


Saying that Flin Flon plays the Stars well, and it was their 2-0 victory at the Civic Centre late last year that really gave the young Bombers the confidence they needed to get on that great run to make the playoffs.


The Bombers have three players in the top ten in scoring led by league leader Chris Rauckman who has 13 points including 9 goals.


Parker Evans-Campbell sits in 5th spot with 10 points, and Austin Calladine is in 6th with 9 points. Calladine has only played five games.


After Saturday's game against Battleford Flin Flon will hit the road for 4 games in 5 nights with stops in Humboldt Tuesday, Estevan Wednesday, Weyburn Friday and Notre Dame Saturday.


Don't forget Saturday's game can be heard on 102.9 CFAR and with the Murray GM Coach's Show at 7:15 and drop of the puck at 7:30.


Northstars Home Opener

The Norman Northstars will play their home opener this weekend when they host the Interlake Lightning Saturday and Sunday.


Norman will try to rebound after an 0-3 road trip to start the season.


This is a big year for the Northstars who are celebrating their 30th season.


There are three players on this year's team from Flin Flon: Ethan Stuckless, Riley Nowlin and Willy Eikel.

Hapnot Senior Teams Off To Swan River

The Hapnot Senior Kings and Queens Volleyball teams fresh off winning Pre- Zones in Thompson a couple weeks back will be in Swan River this weekend.


The Queens will play Thompson, Melita and Gilbert Plains in the round robin, with the Kings squaring off against: Swan River, Melita and Gilbert Plains.


Playoffs will start Saturday at noon.

Tough Start For Northstars

The Norman Northstars kicked off their season with a 3 game in 3 night road trip this past weekend.


It was a rough start to the season, with the Northstars losing all three games including a 6-1 set back to Brandon on Friday night.


Yellowhead took it to Norman by scores of 5-4 and 9-1, Saturday and Sunday.


Flin Flon's Riley Nowlin was a bright spot, potting a pair of assists over the weekend.


The Northstars will be in search of their first win of the season, as they will welcome the Interlake Lightning to town for their home opener on Saturday.

Bombers Split Weekend Homestand

The Flin Flon Bombers had an eventful weekend at the Whitney Forum hosting the Notre Dames Hounds  on Friday and the La Ronge Ice wolves Saturday. Tyson Empey and Evan Akkerman scored for the Bombers, but down late in the 3rd, it was Chris Rauckman notching his 8th of the year to force overtime. Andrew Cummings of the Hounds took advantage of a Simon Hofley rebound to score the game winner and maintain Notre Dame’s undefeated record.


ND 4-FF 3 (OT)


Not as much of a nail bitter on Saturday as the Bombers exploded for an offensive onslaught versus La Ronge. The power play was clicking as the Bombers took advantage of an almost constant parade to the penalty box going 6/12 with the man advantage and scoring a short handed goat to boot.  It was a breakout game for Alex Smith who scored on a shorthanded breakaway, and contributed with three assists. Danys Chantrand also had three helpers. Chris Rauckman notched his ninth goal of the season. Seamus Maguire, Michael Knaub, Dean Allison and Parker Evans-Campbell scored the remainder of the goals on a night where pretty much everthing went the Bombers way.


FF 8 – LAR 1


Bombers next game will be at home vs. Battlefords Saturday, Oct 11. The game will be broadcast on 102.9 CFAR and

The Domination Continues

The Hapnot Kings and Queens were both able to defend their Zone soccer titles this past weekend in Thompson.


The Queens picked up their 9th straight title by outscoring their opponents 44-2 including a 4-1 win over Thompson in the final.


The Kings outscored their opponents 29-2 in 4 games including an impressive 7-1 win over Moose Lake in the final.


Congratulations to the coach's Tyler Kittle, Dean Grove, the superb athletes and good luck in Provincials coming up in Winkler October the 17th and 18th.

Kodiaks Wrap Up Regular Season

The Creighton Kodiaks 6 man football team will close out the regular season Thursday afternoon in Laronge starting at 1 PM.


The Kodiaks are guaranteed first place no matter the outcome.


Creighton has clinched first place with three straight victories and will have home field advantage throughout the playoffs.


Creighton will host Laronge in the East Semi Final on Monday October the 20th starting at 4.


If Creighton wins that game they will host the East Final on Monday October the 27th also at 4.


The Northern Saskatchewan Final will be played in Prince Albert on Saturday November the 1st.


If you would like to watch this Thursday's game against Laronge, it will be live streamed on:


If Evan Linnick scores three touchdowns in this Thursday's game he will win the scoring race.



Hapnot Teams Are Ready For Zones

The Hapnot Senior Soccer teams will put their undefeated seasons on the line, when they travel to Thompson for Zones this weekend.


The Hapnot Queens have won 8 straight Zone soccer titles, and the Kings are looking for their 7th win in 10 tries.


The Queens will play Norway House, Thompson, Cross Lake in the round robin.


The Kings will play Cross Lake, OCN, and Chemawawin.


The playoffs start Saturday with the Girls Final at 12:30, the Boys Consolation at 2PM, and the Boys Final at 3:30.


102.9 CFAR will have full coverage.


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