Sports News Archives for 2018-10

JV Kings And Queens Off To Roblin

The JV Kings and Queens try to carry their momentum into Roblin after a great tournament in the Pas this past weekend.


The Kings went undefeated and placed first while the Queens were second.


The Kings will play Russell at 1:40, Roblin at 3:20 and Thompson at 6:40 all on Friday . The Queens play Swan River at 1:40, Roblin at 3:20 and Thompson at 6:40 on Friday.


Playoffs start Saturday at 2 will the Championship finals at 3:40.

Midget AA Hockey Hits The Whitney Forum

The Midget CO-OP Bombers will play a pair of home games this weekend at the Whitney Forum in the Norman Midget League.


The Bombers kicked off the season with a pair of losses against Thompson last weekend and are hoping for better results in their home opener weekend.


Flin Flon will host Cross Lake this Saturday at 4 and Sunday at 11. The Bombers have 9 players from Flin Flon- Creighton, 5 from The Pas-OCN and 4 from Pelican Narrows.

Creighton To Host Conferences

The Senior Creighton  Kodiak Girls will be hosting 3A Conference Volleyball this weekend. Teams will be coming in from Carrot River, Hudson Bay , Air Ronge and Montreal Lake.


All the games will take place this Friday with Creighton kicking things off against Hudson Bay at 10AM.


Creighton will also play Carrot River at 1, Montreal Lake at 4 and Air Ronge at 7.


There will be a small fee at the door, adults $6.00,youth grades 7-12 $4.00, kids grade 6 and under get in free.

Good Weekend For The Kings And Queens

The Hapnot JV Kings and Queens were both in the Pas for a volleyball tournament this past weekend and both teams played extremely well.


The Kings went totally undefeated in the round robin and semi's before beating Norway House in the final, two sets to none.


The Queens also went undefeated in the round robin and semi's before losing the final to OCN.


Both teams are in Roblin this weekend.

Thrashers Sweep North Stars

The Winnipeg Thrashers came into Thompson and took it to the Norman Northstars winning both games 6-3 and 6-2.


Flin Flon point getters included Jordan Pfoh who scored his third of the year with assists from Morgan Beauchamp and Morgan Daneliuk.


The Northstar record will fall to 1-11 and they are back on the road this weekend when they kick off a three game road trip against Central Plains.

Midget AA Results

For the first time in a number of years  Flin Flon will have a Double A Midget team this season that will be playing in a Northern league with Thompson, Norway House and Cross Lake.


The Midget AA'S kicked off their season in Thompson this past weekend and dropped both games 9-4 and 5-0.


Bomber goal scorers were: Klein, McLean and two from Blake Alexander.


Flin Flon will play their home opener this Saturday against Cross Lake at 4pm at the Whitney Forum.

Bombers Clip Wings


Brandson Hein continued his October to remember as the Flin Flon Bombers rolled over the Weyburn Red Wings 7-4 on Friday night.


Hein potted his second hat trick of the season,  scoring his 19th,20th and 21st of the year  and continues to lead the league in most offensive categories including goals.


Vincent Nardone added a pair,  his 9th and 10th with singles coming from Collin(7) and Hooper (7).


Weyburn goal scorers were: Plett a pair for his first and second, Kowalski(8) and Schwean(1).


The Bomber powerplay was on fire going 4 for 8 and have the fourth best powerplay in the league at 22.9 %.


Weyburn had a good night with the extra attacker going 2 for 5.


Pierce Diamond was back between the pipes for the first time in two weeks and he played very well stopping 31 out of 35 shots. Diamond has found a groove and has picked up 8 out of the 11 Bomber victories this season.


Flin Flon was able to get to Riley Lamb and forced him from the game in the second period when he gave up 5 goals on 20 shots. In Lamb's defense,  I thought Weyburn played pretty bad defensively and coughed up the puck in their own ende several times.


Cody Levesque came in relief and played reasonably well stopping 18 out of 20.


The Bombers improve to 11-5-0-2 and are tied with Nipawin for first place in the Sherwood Division with 24 points. That is also good for second overall, 1 point behind Kindersley.


Weyburn is in a funk dropping to 5-10-2 and are winless in their last 10 games.


Flin Flon will enjoy 5 days off before travelling to Melfort this Thursday. This will be the first meeting of the season between these two Sherwood Division rivals who are expected to be the top two clubs in the division this year.


Melfort is 10-5-1 and are 6-1 at the Northern Lights Palace. 102.9 CFAR and will broadcast this game with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 8:15 MB time.

Norman Welcomes The Thrashers

The Norman Northstars will try for their first home win of the year when they entertain the Winnipeg Thrashers at the CA Nesbitt Arena this weekend.


Norman got the monkey off their back with a road win against Central Plains last weekend.


Norman sits with a record of 1-9 while the Thrashers are 5-2. Games are Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 1:30.

Bombers Double The Bruins


The Flin Flon Bombers got back in the win column after a solid 4-2 win against the Estevan Bruins last night at the Whitney Forum.


The Bombers jumped out to a 2-0 lead after one,  on goals from new comer Caleb Franklin and Crystopher Collin who seems to be getting into an offensive groove after a bit of a slow start  returning from major junior in Quebec.


Estevan got the only goal in the second when Cunningham beat Jacob Delorme late in the frame.


It looked like it could be another third period collapse, when Estevan came out flying in the third and got to within one when high flying forward Michael McChesney made it 3 to 2 with just under 3 minutes remaining in regulation.


Flin Flon didn't fold the tent this time and got a big insurance goal from Brandson Hein, who restored the two goal lead, just over a minute later to answer McChesney's goal. Hein continues to pile up the goals with his league leading 18th.


The Bombers skated to the 4-2 win and have beaten the struggling Bruins in both their meetings so far this season.


I thought it was a great goaltending battle and Jacob Delorme was dynamite in stopping 39 out of 42 Bruin shots. Not to be out done,  was Grant Boldt at the other end of the ice stopping 32 out of 36.


Specialty teams saw the Bombers go 1 for 3 on the PP, while the Bruins were 0 for 2.


Flin Flon will regain first place in the Sherwood Division at 10-5-0-2, 2 points up on the Hawks who have two games in hand.


Estevan slips to 7-9 and remain 3 points behind the Yorkton Terriers in the Viterra Division.


Next up for the Bombers will be the Weyburn Red Wings who will be in town tomorrow for a 7:30 start.


You can catch all the action on 102.9 CFAR and with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10.

Weekend Volleyball

It is a very busy weekend for a number of high school volleyball teams. Four teams from Flin Flon and Creighton will be headed down to the Pas for a JV tournament.


Hapnot will send two girls teams and the boy's team while Creighton is sending one girl's team.


Hapnot 1 Girls will play their first game Friday against the Pas at 2. Hapnot 2  Girls plays Norway House Friday at 8 PM.


The Hapnot Boys start Friday against Oscar Lathlin at 2, then they play Cross Lake at 6.


The Senior Kodiak Girls are off to Carrot River and are in a pool with Nipawin, Melfort and Hudson Bay. The Kodiaks will start Friday morning at 9 AM against Nipawin.



Ready For The Bruins



The Flin Flon Bombers will try to shake off a 5-4 set back to the Yorkton Terriers Saturday, when they return to the ice to face the Estevan Bruins tonight at the Whitney Forum.


This will be the team's  second meeting of the season with the Bombers winning convincingly at Affinity Place 7 to 2 , just 10 days ago.


Estevan is coming into tonight's game with a loss in Nipawin last night where they were shut out 2 to 0. Saying that the Bruins are playing better hockey since picking up goaltender  Grant Boldt from the US.


Boldt just picked up the SJHL Goalie Of The Week and has some pretty decent numbers since taking over the crease,  including a 2-3 record with a very good save percentage at .930 and GAA of 2.01.


Estevan picked by many as one of the favorites this season, is a disappointing 7 and 8 so far and sit second in the Viterra Division.


The Bombers looked like they found their groove picking up 7 out of a possible 8 points on their Southern road swing but had a tough time with Yorkton this past weekend.


Flin Flon almost blew a 5 goal lead on Friday and did cough up a 2 goal lead on Saturday. The Maroon and White still find themselves in a good spot at 9-5-0-2 and are tied with Nipawin for first place in the Sherwood Division.


Brandson Hein continues to lead the way with MVP numbers as he is first in points with 30, goals-17, and short handed goals with 3.


Offense is not a problem as the Bombers have four players in the top ten in league scoring with Marchi in fourth spot with 24, Hooper fifth with 23 and Moretz sixth with 21 points.


Flin Flon as a team lead the league with 72 goals scored in just 16 games. Their big challenge will be to keep the puck out of their net as they have surrendered 51 which has them ranked 7th overall.


Game time is 7:30 tonight and we will not have the broadcast. We are back on the air Friday against Weyburn with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10 and drop of the puck at 7:30.

Northstars Hit The Win Column

The Norman Northstars have their first win of the season after knocking off the Central Plains Capitals 5 to 2 to kick off their road trip Friday night.


Richard Ducharme out of Norway House led the way with a hat-trick with Flin Flon's Morgan Daneliuk added one assist.


Unfortunately Norman couldn't sustain the momentum and dropped their next two games to Southwest 6 to 3 and 8 to 2 to Parkland.


Jordan Pfoh added two assists.


The Northstar record sits at 1-9 and they return home to face the Winnipeg Thrashers this weekend.

Kodiak Girls Lose In Final

The Creighton Kodiak Senior Girls Volleyball team were in Shellbrook this past weekend. It was a strong showing after an opening game loss to Duck Lake. Creighton responded beating Shellbrook and splitting with Spiritwood.


The Kodiaks made it to the Quarter Finals beating PA Carlton, before getting revenge against Duck Lake in the Semi's.


In the final the Kodiaks came out strong winning the first set against Spiritwood, before dropping the next two to finish second. Head Coach Jen Johnsgaard was very pleased with how her team performed.


The Senior Kodiak Girls will be in Carrot River this weekend and the Senior B Girls are off to the Pas.


In the Ralph Pilz Championship Final in Northern Saskatchewan Football it was Cumberland House beating Sandy Bay 44 to 14.

Terriers Mount Third Period Come Back


It was the type of hockey everybody was expecting to see this weekend with no shortage of goals between the Yorkton Terriers and Flin Flon Bombers.


Flin Flon won a wild one, 7 to 5 on Friday almost blowing a 7-2 lead going into the third period. Yorkton made things very interesting including hitting three goal posts in the final frame.


Brandson Hein had another good night adding two more goals to give him a league leading 15 on the season.


The Bombers felt good going into the rematch on Saturday but this time could not hold on to a two goal lead going into the third period.



Flin Flon led 3 to 1 entering the third on goals from Hein(16), McKenzie (4) and Marchi (12) before the game would take a dramatic change.


The Terriers fired 21 shots at the Bomber net,  scoring four times before the mid way point of the period and were able to skate to a 5-4 victory.


Cody Bruchkowski led the way with a pair, his 6th and 7th of the year with other goals from Mullaney(1) and Hobbs(2). Legien scored his 14th back in the second.


Local product Jeremy Dutcawich started his first ever SJHL regular season game and played extremely well stopping 40 out of 45 Yorkton shots. I thought he made a number of big saves especially in the first period and looked poised and moved very well.


Ryan Oulette started just his fourth game of the year and made the saves he had to make in turning aside 26 out of 30 Bomber shots.


Specialty teams were big for both teams with the Bombers going 4 for 8 on the PP, while the Terriers were 2 for 8.


It was parents weekend and it was nice to see that almost all of the parents made it up North to cheer on their sons decked out in their Bomber gear and enjoying the best atmosphere in the league at the Whitney Forum.


Lsst night's loss stopped the Bombers point streak of at least 1 point in the last 6 games, but they still sit first in the Sherwood Division at 9-5-0-2. They have dropped to third overall with Kindersley and Humboldt both winning last night.


Yorkton continues to lead the Viterra Division at 8-5-1, with a 3 point lead on Estevan.


Flin Flon will continue their home stand this week with two games against Estevan on Wednesday and Weyburn on Friday. The Bruins have reeled off three straight wins while the Wings have lost six in a row.


102.9 CFAR and will have Friday's game including the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10 and drop of the puck at 7:30.

Senior Kodiak Girls Off To Shellbrook

Good luck to the Senior Kodiak Girls who are off to Shellbrook for a volleyball tournament this weekend.


Creighton will play Stobart at 5:40,Spiritwood at 6:30 and W.P. Sandman at 8:10pm on Friday.


Playoffs start Saturday at 10 with the Bronze medal game at 1, and the Gold medal game at 2.

Bonus Game For Kodiak Football Team

The Creighton Kodiaks football season has been extended for a bonus game against the Hudson Bay Riders this Thursday.


These two teams have never played each other with the Riders playing in the 1A Conference and the Kodiaks play 2A.


Both teams finished with 3-2 records and did not make the playoffs. Creighton finished their regular season with a convincing 60-18 win over Pinehouse and Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk says their season ended to soon so he is happy they get to play one more game.


Kickoff in Hudson Bay will be 4PM, Sask time on Thursday and it is supposed to be a beautiful afternoon with plus 15.

What A Road Trip

It is one of the most successful road trips down south in recent memory for the Flin Flon Bombers who came home with 7 out of a possible 8 points, after a 6-2 win in Estevan last night.


Crystopher Collin led the way with a pair of goals his third and fourth of the season. Other goal scorer's included Klymchuk(3),Hein (13),Hooper(5)and McKenzie(2).


Jacob Delorme got the start with Pierce Diamond getting suspended for his part in a line brawl the night before. Delorme was fantastik picking up his first SJHL victory in stopping 36 out of 38 Estevan shots.


Tristan DeRoose and Eddie Gallagher replied for the Bruins with Jake Anthony getting the start in goal giving up 5 goals on 25 shots. He was pulled early in the third period for Grant Boldt who stopped all 7 shots he faced.


Both teams got plenty of powerplay chances with the Bombers going 1 for 8 and the Bruins finished up 0 for 6.


Mike Reagan mentioned on last night's CFAR Post Game Show this was the most successful southern road swing he remembers in the last 13 seasons coaching the club.


The trip began with a 3-2 SO loss to Humboldt before convincing wins over Notre Dame 4-1, 6-3 over Weyburn and last night's 6-2 victory over Estevan.


The Bombers have also taken over sole possesion of first place in the Sherwood Division with a record of: 8-4-0-2. Flin Flon leads Melfort by 3 points and Nipawin by 4, but both teams have 3 games in hand.


Next up will be the much improvedYorkton Terriers who come to the Whitney Forum for a pair of games this weekend.


Yorkton is first place in their division with a record of 6-4-1 and have some very good offensive players. This should be a very entertaining matchup this weekend as these are two of the top offensive teams in the league.


The Bombers sit first in goals for, with 61 in 14 games, while Yorkton is second with 46 goals in 11 games.


They met at the Showcase in Warman a few weeks back with the Terriers winning a wild one 6-5. We will have Saturday's game on 102.9 CFAR and

Lee Finishes Fourth

Another banner weekend and wrestling event for Carson Lee. Lee finished fourth today at the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires.


Lee fell 0-10 to Uzbekistan in the 80 KG class ealier today to finish fourth in the World.


Lee was only one of two youth cadet wrestlers from Canada who got the chance to compete based on his fifth place finish at the Cadet World Championships in Zegreb Croatia in May.

Northstars Fall To 0-7

The Norman Northstars remain winless on the season after dropping a pair of games to the Pembina Valley Hawks this weekend. After a tough 12-2 loss on Saturday, the Northstars had a much better effort this afternoon.


Norman competed, but came up short losing the rematch 7-4 earlier today in Thompson. Flin Flon's Jordan Pfoh scored his hirst goal of the season and also added an assist. Morgan Daneliuk also picked up an apple.


The Northstars fall to 0 and 7 and hit the road for three starting Friday against Central Plains.

Kings And Queens Lose In Final

The JV Kings And Queens both had a decent weekend at a volleyball tournament in Thompson. The Kings were undefeated in the round robin before making it to the playoff round.


After beating Thompson in the semi, the Kings lost the final to Norway House,  two sets to one including 19-17 in the last set to finish second.


The Queens also went undefeated in the round robin and semi's before losing the final to Snow Lake, two sets to none. They also finished second.


They hit the road October the 26th and 27th in the Pas.

Northstars In Search Of Their First Win

The Norman Northstars return to action this weekend in Thompson in search of their first win in the young Manitoba Midget Triple A Hockey season.


Norman enters the weekend 0 and 5 and will host Pembina Valley who is 3-2. Games are scheduled for Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 1:30 at the CA Nesbit Arena in Thompson.


The Northstars are led offensively by Jamie Valentino who has 4 points including 3 goals.

Hein And Moretz Lead The Way

Brandson Hein continues to give SJHL goaltenders fits, with another solid performance last night at the Duncan McNeill Arena in Wicox.


It only took Hein over 4 minutes into the opening period to net his league leading 12th of the season short handed. It was also his league leading third short handed goal.


Hein would also add a couple of assists for a three point night in helping the Bombers to a much needed 4-1 victory over the Notre Dame Hounds.


Caleb Moretz added his 11th, with rookie Billy Klymchuk picking up his 2nd and Calvon Boots scoring his  first, which was the first goal scored by a Bomber d-man this year.


Specialty teams were big for Flin Flon who added a couple of powerplay goals to go along with their short handed goal. Pierce Diamond picked up his 6th win of the season, stopping 20 out of 21 shots.


Curtis Wiebe was the only Hound to score and Andrew Henderson took the loss stopping 21 out of 25 shots.


The Bombers now have 3 out of a possible 4 points on the road trip and are sitting at : 6-4-0-2, tied with Nipawin for top spot in the Sherwood Division with 14 points. Nipawin has three games in hand.


Flin Flon will enjoy a day off today before resuming the road trip in Weyburn tomorrow. 102.9 CFAR and will have the call with Steve Wilson and the Great North GM Coach's Show set to kick things off at 8:15 MB time.

Broncos Slip Past Bombers

The Flin Flon Bombers picked up a valuable point in kicking off a 4 game in 5 night road trip last night in Humboldt, dropping a 3-2 game in the shoot out to the Broncos.


The Bombers overcame a two goal deficit when Brandson Hein scored his team leading 11th of the season on the powerplay midway through the second period. Caleb Moretz continued his electric play so far this year when he tied the game with a short handed goal late in the third.


OT would settle nothing so Flin Flon would go to the shootout for their second straight game. The Bronco's Owen Guenter was the only player to find the back of the net with Collin, Moretz and Boots all coming up empty for the Bombers with their chances.


The Broncos out shot the Bombers 37-27 while Flin Flon went 1 for 5 on the PP, and Humboldt went 0 for 5.


Pierce Diamond continued his fine play between the pipes stopping 34 shots.


With last night's point, the Bombers were able to leap frog Melfort for second in the Sherwood Division with 12 points. The Mustangs do have two games in hand.


The road trip will continue tonight in Notre Dame with the Hounds sitting fourth in the Global Ag Risk Solutions Division at 3-6. Game time is 9pm MB time.


No broadcast tonight but don't forget we will have Saturday and Sunday's broadcasts from Weyburn and Estevan. Saturday is an 8:30 start time, and Sunday is 7.

JV Kings And Queens Off To Thompson

The JV Hapnot Kings and Queens will be travelling to Thompson for a volleyball tournament this weekend. Teams will be competing from Flin Flon, Thompson, The Pas, Grand Rapids, Norway House, OCN and Snow Lake.


The Kings will play Thompson to open things up Friday at 2 and the Queens will play The Pas Friday at 2.


Round robin games continue through out Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. Playoffs start Saturday at noon with the Championship games at 3.

Bruins Over Power Northstars

It wasn't the home opener weekend the Norman Northstars were hoping for in dropping a pair of games against the Winnipeg Bruins, by scores of 8 to 3 and 7 to 2.


Winnipeg was able to come out and build big leads in both games by giving them selves a 5 goal lead Saturday and a quick 2-0 lead Sunday.


Flin Flon's Rylan Potkonjak started yesterday stopping 53 out of 60 Winnipeg shots and Jordan Pfoh added one assist in the two games.


Norman falls to 0 and 5 on the season and will stay at home and  host Pembina Valley this Saturday and Sunday.

JV Kings Win Tournament In Riverton

The JV Hapnot Kings were at a volleyball tournament in Riverton this past weekend and look very good so far this season.


The Kings beat Arborg and split with Riverton in the round robin before beating Arborg in the semi's two sets to one and Riverton in the final two sets to one to win the tournament.


The Senior Queens were in Russell and they split with Stratchclair, beat Roblin and split With Major Pratt. They ended up losing in the semi's to Hamioya two sets to one.

Klippers Win In A Shoot- Out


It was a good Thanksgiving weekend for the Kindersley Klippers who came into Flin Flon and took 4 points including a 2-1 shoot out win last night, after a 4-2 win on Friday.


The Klippers played a perfect style on the road keeping it simple and keeping the Bomber top offensive threats at bay with a relentless fore check.


Both goalies stole the show with Pierce Diamond allowing just the one goal in regulation when Clay Keeley snuck a shot through from the blue line with lots of traffic in front of the Bomber net. I don't think Diamond saw it.


This was a powerplay goal with just over 4 minutes remaining in the second period.



Flin Flon would tie it on a powerplay goal of their own, when Crystopher Collin would tap a rebound past Justin Close for his second in as many nights at 13:34 of the third.


Both goalies made a lot of big saves to keep the game tied through regulation including Pierce Diamond with perhaps the save of the year, sliding across the crease to make an unbelievable glove save on Caden Benson.


The whole building thought it was in, including me. One of the best saves I have seen in a long time.


The game was tied at one going into OT, and the Bombers looked like they caught a break getting a powerplay with just under 2 minutes remaining in the extra period.


Flin Flon cycled the puck well but could not get another puck past Close who was rock solid for the second straight night.


So this one would have to be decided in the Shoot out, which was the first one this season for both teams.


Kindersley put it away with both Devon Cyr and Caden Benson scoring on their oppurtunities, while Close stopped both Dawson McKenzie and Caleb Moretz.


Final shots through OT were 30-28 in favour of Flin Flon. Powerplays  saw the Bombers go 1 for 7 while the Klippers were 1 for 4.



After a disappointing weekend, Flin Flon's record will dip to 5-4-0-1, which has them tied with Melfort for second in the Sherwood Division with 11 points. Kindersley sits second in the Global Ag Risks Solution Division at 7-3, just 1 point behind the Humboldt Broncos.



The Bombers hit the road for 4 games in 5 nights, starting Wednesday In Humboldt, Thursday in Notre Dame before wrapping up in Weyburn Saturday and Estevan Sunday.


You can catch Saturday and Sunday's games on 102,9 CFAR and Saturdy we hit the air at 8:15 with the Great North GM Coach's Show, and 6:45 on Sunday.

Northstars Home Opener

After dropping their first three games on the road last weekend, the Norman Northstars are hoping to hit the win column with a pair of home games against the Winnipeg Bruins.


This will be the North Stars home opener weekend with games set to go Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 1:30 at the CA Nesbit Arena in Thompson.


Calm Air is the corporite sponsor for Saturday's game and everyone in attendance will have a chance to win a free flight any where Calm Air flies.


Six players from Flin Flon will be suiting up this weekend including Brycen Francoeur, Morgan Daneliuk, Morgan Beauchamp,Blake Lahonen, Jordan Pfoh and Rylan Potkonjak.

Golf Club AGM Highlights

The Phantom Lake Golf Club held their AGM last night at the Clubhouse. There was a very good turn out and despite the weather in August and September it was another good year for the golf club.


Murray Skeavington addressed the crowd and thanked the many people who continue to make a difference year after year. He thanked Brett Stephenson and his ground crew for their countless hours looking after the terain, the Pro- Shop crew, volunteers and members.


Murray also thanked Sandy Doran who is retiring after 7 years running the kitchen and mentioned that she will definately be missed. Jim Glynn was also thanked for his dedication and many years of service.


Memberships were up for the first time in many years with 323 the official count.


This Friday will be the last day on the course and Brett the grounds keeper said they will start their preparation for winter maintenance on Saturday.


One of the challenges and plan for moving forward will be to get more Junior golfers coming out to hopefully improve the numbers and enjoy the course.


Congratulations to the new elected members of the executive Ray Shirran and Evynn Labarre.


The Golf Club will also begin preparations to bring in a new pro for next year and possibly a Pro Shop manager.

Kodiaks Play Final Game

The Creighton Kodiaks will play their final game of the season in the Northern Saskatchewan Football League today in Beauval against the Voyageurs.


Neither team will be heading to the playoffs as Creighton is 2-2 and Beauval is 1-3. Only the top two teams in the conference qualify for the playoffs and that will be Sandy Bay and Cumberland House.


The Kodiaks are coming off a lop sided win over Pinehouse last week where they scored 60 points and Beauval's last game was a tough loss in Sandy Bay.


Kickoff is 3PM MB time and we will have a full report tomorrow morning on 102.9 CFAR and

JV Volleyball Teams Hit The Road

Both Hapnot JV Volleyball teams will hit the road for tournaments this weekend. The Kings are off to Riverton and the Queens will travel to Russell.


The Kings will play two round robin games on Friday against Arborg at 10:30 and Riverton at noon. Playoffs will start Friday at 1:30.


The Queens have a very busy day Friday playing 4 round robin games against Strathclair at 10:45, Roblin at 12:15, Major Pratt at 1:45 and Hamiota at 3:15.


Playoffs will start Friday at 6.

Bomber Players Recognized

After a very successful week on the ice a couple members of the Flin Flon Bombers were recognized for their fine play.


Congratulations to the SJHL Player Of The Week, Caleb Moretz who picked up 6 goals and 3 assists in 4 games played. His week was highlighted by his first ever SJHL hat trick in a 9-1 win over Melville on Friday.


Pierce Diamond also had a dominating week and only allowed 4 goals against in 3 starts against Melville, including a 29 save shutout against the Mills at the Showcase and was selected the SJHL Goalie Of The Week.


The Bombers put their 5-3 record on the line against the Kindersley Klippers who make their way to the Whitney Forum for a pair of games this weekend. Don't forget to catch Saturday's game on 102.9 CFAR and

Northstars Kick Off New Season

The Norman Northstars kicked off the Manitoba Midget Triple A Hockey season on the weekend with a three game road trip.


Goals were tough to come by as Norman dropped all three games to Brandon 6-0, Yellowhead 3-0 and Parkland 5-2.


Flin Flon's Jordan Pfoh did have one assist and Rylan Potkonjak started the two games against Yellowhead and Parkland playing very well stopping 69 out of 77 shots.


The Northstars will play their home opener against the Winnipeg Bruins this weekend at the CA Nesbit Arena, with games Saturday and Sunday afternoon.

Kings And Queens Zone Soccer Results

The Hapnot Kings and Queens were both in Thompson over the weekend trying to bring home a couple of banners in soccer.


Things started well for the Queens who beat OCN 3-0, then beat Cross Lake 5-0 to get to the final. It was the matchup that everyone expected to see as Hapnot would play Thompson, and RD Parker came out on top 1-0 in a very exciting final.


The Kings also played well beating Easterville 14-0, lost to OCN 3-2, but rebounded to beat Moose Lake 2-1. Unfortunately the Kings did not qualify for the finals losing out on points for and against.


Thompson also won the Boy's final 5-1 over OCN.


The future looks very good for the Hapnot soccer program as both teams will carry over a number of players for next year's teams.


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