Sports News Archives for 2019-09

Bombers Take Down The Hawks

 

After giving up 10 goals in their game against the Stars at the Showcase on Wednesday, fans were holding their breath with the undefeated Nipawin Hawks rolling into town on Saturday.

 

This looked like a totally different Flin Flon Bomber team who played a full 60 minutes and got rewarded with a solid 6-2 victory.

 

It took the Bombers only 1:15 in to find the score sheet with Matt Flodell re-directing his first of the season past Ethan Slobodzian.

 

Then the league's best power play went to work with Mason Martin firing a nice hard shot from the point to put the Bombers up 2-0.

 

Flin Flon then chased Slobodzian when Brandon Cianflone was left alone in front of the net and shovelled in a re-bound which stood up as the eventual game winner.

 

Hawk veteran Eric Sorensen did score late to get his team on the board, but it was a period totally dominated by the Bombers.

 

Flin Flon would get the only goal in the second from Trystan Lemyre who finished up a beautiful tic tac toe play with Donavan Houle and Cole Rafuse.

 

The other Bomber goals came from Houle who scored his 9th and Easton Haygarth who potted his first into the empty net.

 

Michael Makarenko scored the other Nipawin goal.

 

One of the most impressive stats of the night for me was the Bombers holding the Hawks to just 21 shots in the entire game. Nipawin got 12 of those shots in the third period.

 

I have broadcast a lot of games with the Hawks through out the last couple of decades and I don't remember ever seeing them dominated like I did on Saturday night.

 

It was a night that rookie goalie Jaden Little will not forget stopping 19 out of 21 shots for his first ever SJHL win.

 

Veteran starter Jacob Delorme got hurt at the Showcase, so Bomber Head Coach Mike Reagan was scrambling to find a goalie and found Little in Junior B. Little did attend the Swan Valley Stampeders camp.

 

The Bomber power play continues to sizzle going 3 for 8 and is a league best 31.1%

 

After the win Saturday, Flin Flon will improve to 5-2 and will be off til Friday when they welcome the Kindersley Klippers to town.

 

We will have the broadcast of Saturday's game including the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10.

 

Flin Flon also completed the Weyburn trade for Cade Kowalski last season by sending Shayde Peterson to the Wings on Friday.

 

Head Coach and GM Mike Reagan was disappointed to see Peterson go and mentioned to get a good player you have to give up a good player.

 

Peterson will be a very good player in this league and will be a nice addition to the Wings.

 

 

Kings Bring Home Banner

It was a very impressive display by both of Hapnot Collegiate's Senior High School soccer teams this past weekend at Zones in Thompson.

 

The Hapnot Kings are back on top winning the banner with wins over Cross Lake and Moose Lake and a thrilling 2-1 win over Thompson in the final.

 

The Queens beat Norway House and Moose Lake then lost a heart breaker to Thompson in penalty kicks 2-1.

 

What makes this even more impressive is that it was Hapnot's first tournament of the year. All the other teams had plaid at least one tournament going into the weekend.

 

Good luck to the Kings who are off to Provincials in Minnedosa this weekend.

Fox Back To Back Provincial Champion

Congratulations to Creighton's Lauren Fox who is the Saskatchewan Provincial High School Golf Champion for the second straight year.

 

Fox wrapped up her second straight title yesterday In Estevan shooting  a total score of 160 which was good enough for a three stroke win over Autumn Neiszner of Regina.

 

Fox also took last year's event in North Battleford and has two Gold Medals and a Silver in Provincial competition,  the last three years.

 

Blake Alexander competed for the boy's for the second straight year and once again had a good showing placing 38th out of 52 golfers across the province.

Bombers Ready For Hawks

In what has to be described as a topsy turby season so far for the Maroon and White, the Flin Flon Bombers return to action tomorrow against the Nipawin Hawks.

 

Flin Flon sits at 4-2 but have given up 21 goals in their last 3 games including a 10 spot against the defending champion Battleford Stars at the Showcase on Wednesday.

 

It looked like the Bombers were ready to right the ship with an impressive 7-2 win over Weyburn Tuesday after giving up 9 to Humboldt on Saturday.

 

So far this season you don't know what your going to get from night to night.

 

Nipawin looks very strong and are one of two undefeated teams at 6-0 and have given up a staggering 7 goals against in 6 games. The Hawks 22 goals for is decent, but let's face it they are a defensive team and will win a lot of games scoring 2 to 3 goals.

 

Flin Flon has given up 27 goals against and only Yorkton has surrendered more so far this young season. They do have a very young and inexperienced blue line that need to find a way to tighten up and get some confidence.

 

Bomber fans will have to be patient and as the old saying go's, Rome wasn't built in one night and the only way to get better is to actually play and learn from your mistakes.

 

It will be interesting to see what direction Head Coach and GM Mike Reagan will take. Will he be patient and let this group slowly settle in? Or will he make a move to shake things up.

 

I am thinking these next three home games will tell a lot against Nipawin tomorrow and Kindersley next weekend.

 

The top line od Donavan Houle, Alec Malo and Cole Rafuse continue to bolster the offense. Houle and Malo are lighting it up with 14 points a piece to lead the league in scoring.

 

The goaltending tandem of veteran Jacob Delorme and JP Mella will need some support as both have been hung out to dry, way to many times in the last few games.

 

Don't forget to join us for all the action tomorrow night on 102.9 CFAR and flinflononline.com with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10 and drop of the puck at 7:30.

 

Northstars Kick Off Season Tonight

The Norman Northstars will kick off the 2019-2020 season tonight,  starting a three game road trip in Winnipeg against the Wild.

 

They will also play Pembina Valley in a pair of games Saturday and Sunday afternoon.

 

Their home opener will be the following weekend against Central Plains.

 

Flin Flon has 5 players on the team including forwards Derek Koivisto, Morgan Beauchamp, Blake Lahonen, goalie Odin Church and d-man and team captain Jordan Pfoh.

Cumberland Beats Creighton

The top two teams in the Northern Saskatchewan Football league collided yesterday afternoon in Cumberland House with the Islanders winning a thriller 34-28 over the Creighton Kodiaks.

 

The game came down to the very last possession but the Kodiaks couldn't punch the ball into the end zone to try and steal the game.

 

The Kodiaks also got into penalty trouble late which didn't help the come back bid.

 

Blake Alexander had another good afternoon running in for two touch downs with the other majors coming from Brady Carmichael and Myles Patterson.

 

Creighton will fall to 2-1 on the year and will wrap up the regular season next Wednesday at home against Pinehouse with the opening kick off at 4.

 

Cumberland, the defending champs go to 3-0 and lock up first place in the division and will now  host a first round playoff game.

 

The Kodiaks also qualify for the playoffs but will most likely start on the road.

 

 

 

 

Kodiaks Off To Cumberland

The Creighton Kodiaks head off to Cumberland House today for a big show down with the Islanders and first place on the line in the Northern Saskatchewan Football league.

 

Both teams are 2-0 with the Kodiaks knocking off Pinehouse and Sandy Bay by a combined score of 106 to 21.

 

Cumberland has also beat Pine House and Sandy Bay.

 

This game will not only decide first place in the division but will also dictate who gets to host a playoff game.

 

Kick off today is 4pm, MB time.

 

102.9 CFAR will have updates and a full post game report.

Creighton Skating Programs

Creighton Recreation is getting ready for their skating club programs starting in October at the Sportex.

 

The sessions start October the 19th and here is the schedule:

 

Parent and Tot- 12:15

Pre- Beginner and Beginners-12:45

Intermediate/Advanced-1:15

Power Skating Beginner- 2:00

Power Skating Advanced-2:00

Adults-3:00

 

Instructor is Carla Wabick and you can call 306-688-3538 or 306-688-8253 for more information.

Senior Soccer Zone Schedule

Thompson will be hosting Senior Zone high school soccer this weekend with games starting Friday afternoon.

 

Teams will be competing from Flin Flon, OCN, Norway House, Chemawawin, Cross Lake, Cranberry and Thompson.

 

The Hapnot Queens play their first game against Norway House on Friday at 5 while the Kings will play Cross Lake at 5.

 

Saturday, the Queens play OCN at 10. The Kings play Chemawawin at 8:30. Playoffs start at 11:30 with the Championship finals at 2:30.

Broncos Bury Bombers

 

After picking up 2 points in a hard fought 5-3 win over Humboldt on Friday, it was a complete dismantling in the rematch Saturday.

 

The Broncos scored quickly  and they scored often in a lop sided 9-3 win on Saturday.

 

This was one of the toughest and most frustrating games for the Bombers in a long time and reminded me of the early 2000's right after the Royal Bank Cup.

 

The difference is, Mike Reagan is a seasoned and respected coach and I feel he will be able to right the ship and get his team to rebound.

 

Humboldt scored 4 times in the first,  and opened up a quick 5-0 lead early in the second before Alec Malo scored his third of the year on the PP.

 

The Broncos kept coming and made it 7-1 after two periods.

 

Flin Flon did come out and play a decent third and ended up scoring two more from Lemyre and Shayde Peterson who picked up his first with just over 5 minutes remaining.

 

I thought Peterson played very well in his first game this season and I love how he drives to the net and deserved his first goal of the year.

 

JP Mella got his first start of the year, surrendering 4 goals on 21 shots in the first and I thought he didn't get a lot of support. I thought he played quite well and couldn't be faulted on any of the goals.

 

Jacob Delorme came in relief and gave up 5 goals on 30 shots and was also under seige for most of the night.

 

The Bomber power play continues to look good, going 2 for 5 and is number one in the league at 36.4 %.

 

Flin Flon still have a good record to start the year at 3-1 and will get right back on the ice today at the Showcase in Warman.

 

The Bombers play Weynurn tonight at 8 pm, MB time and will face the Battleford Stars tomorrow at 2, MB time.

 

Our next broadcast of Flin Flon Bomber hockey will be this Saturday when the Nipawin Hawks come to town.

 

 

 

 

 

Broncos In For Two

After a 5 day break the Flin Flon Bombers will swing back into action tonight with a pair of games against the Humboldt Broncos.

 

The Bombers had a successful debut weekend beating Laronge in a pair of games, out scoring them 9-3.

 

Humboldt will come to town in search of their first win after dropping a pair of games against Notre Dame.

 

Normally the Bombers and Broncos only play 4 times a year, but this season they will meet 6 times with 5 of the meetings before Christmas.

 

The Broncos play the Bombers well and have beaten them 11 out of the last 16 meetings and have even been tough for Flin Flon at the Whitney Forum.

 

Humboldt is one of the youngest teams in the league with only 7 players returning from last year's squad, but do possess a pretty good first line with Logan Foster,Tristan Shewchuk and Zach McIntire.

 

Scott Barney is back behind the bench and the team really pulled it together the second half of last year,  when he took over in late December.

 

Flin Flon is led by their top line of Houle, Rafuse and Malo who have scored 8 of the 9 team's goals so far.

 

Houle,  has 5 of them him self and has looked very good since training camp and will be one of the most dangerous forwards in the league this year.

 

Veteran goalie Jacob Delorme looks impressive and made some real timely saves in both starts against Laronge.

 

Game time both nights is 7:30 , and you can catch Saturday's game on 102.9 CFAR and flinflononline.com with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10.

 

 

Kodiaks Prevail In Home Opener

 

The Creighton Kodiaks 6 man football team started quickly and controlled the entire game with an impressive 43-9 win over Sandy Bay yesterday.

 

The Kodiaks win their home opener and improve to 2-0 on the season.

 

Quarterback Blake Alexander ran in from the 15 yard line on their first possesion to give the Kodiaks a quick 6-0 lead.

 

Creighton also got majors from Brady Carmichael, Austin McLean,Myles Patterson and Evan Madarash.

 

The defense also got three turn overs and didn't allow Sandy Bay to ever really get going on offense holding them to a single touch down late.

 

The Kodiaks will now prepare for their biggest game of the season as they will travel to Cumberland House next Wednesday to take on the defending champs.

 

Kick off will be at 4 MB time.

 

Senior Volleyball Tournament In The Pas

MBCI in the Pas will be hosting a Senior Varsity Volleyball tournament this weekend starting on Friday.

 

There are 8 boys teams including Hapnot and 8 girls teams including Creighton.

 

The Hapnot Kings will play two round robin games on Friday against Norway House at 6 and Mosakakiken at 7.

 

Creighton will also play twice on Friday against Snow Lake at 5 and Oscar Lathlin at 8.

 

Playoffs start Saturday at 12:45.

Curling Registration

The Uptown Curling Club is getting ready for another winter of curling with registration and a meeting taking place on Thursday September the 26th at the Uptown Lounge starting at 7.

 

This is open to Men, Ladies and Juniors and you will be able to curl full time or sign up as a spare.

 

Juniors will be able to sign up for free.

 

The season should start the third week of October and if you need more information contact Sue at 204-687-5560.

 

 

Kodiak Home Opener

The Creighton Kodiaks 6 man football team will host Sandy Bay in their home opener at the Creighton field this Wednesday at 4.

 

The Kodiaks are 1-0 after beating Pine House 66-12 last week to open up the season. Sandy Bay is 0-1 after losing 24-12 to Cumberland House last week.

 

Sandy Bay beat Creighton in their only meeting last year costing them a playoff spot so this is a game the Kodiaks are really looking forward to.

 

Kodiak Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk was in the CFAR studio yesterday and says his team will be ready. " We have a lot of good options on offense and feel very comfortable running or passing and also feel we have a solid defense and best special teams in the league. We will be looking to start strong and will hoipefully be able to keep Sandy Bay off balance and just play our game."

 

With only 4 games in the regular season, this is a big one for Creighton who are hoping for a good turn out tomorrow afternoon.

2019 Club Championship Winners

The Phantom Lake Golf Club hosted their Club Championship and Closing Day tournament this past weekend with 55 golfers taking part.

 

Congratulations to Darcy Sal who is the Men's Club Champion with a 68.

 

Senior Men- Shawn Fraser- 75

 

Super Senior- Brian Bortis- 74

 

Ladies Champion- Lori Salahub- 81

 

Senior Ladies- Sue Murray- 85

 

Ladies Junior Champion- Lauren Fox- 80

 

Mens Junior Champion- Bobby Smith- 122

Bombers Start The Year 2-0

 

The 0-5 pre season didn't seem to matter as the Flin Flon Bombers came out of the gate and dominated the Laronge Ice Wolves, sweeping the home and home on opening weekend.

 

Laronge had no answer for third year forward Donavan Houle who scored 4 times and added an assist in a 5-2 win at the Whitney Forum on Friday.

 

This was Houle's first ever 4 goal game in the SJHL.

 

Tristan Lemyre scored the other Bomber goal in his SJHL debut.

 

Flin Flon spotted the Wolves the first goal Saturday, but responded with 4 unanswered to take Saturday's contest in Laronge 4-1.

 

After Kyle Ford scored a nice short handed goal for the Wolves, Donavan Houle tied the game on a partial break away putting a nice back hander top corner on Steven Bacovsky.

 

With the game tied at 1 in the third, Cole Rafuse took over scoring his first two goals in a Bomber uniform including the game winner just 1:44 into the third period.

 

Rafuse's line mate,  Alec Malo added an insurance goal with just over 6 minutes remaining to put the icing on the cake with a nice power play goal.

 

The Bombers out scored the Ice Wolves 9-3 in the two games and with out the solid goal tending of new comers Steven Bacovsky and Ryan Baker, the scores could of been worse.

 

Jacob Delorme was superb in both Bomber victories and made some nice acrobatic saves in both games. Delorme stopped 66 out of 69 Laronge shots including 39 out of 40 on Saturday.

 

The Bomber specialty teams were also very good , with the pp going 4 for 10 and Flin Flon  killed off all 9 Laronge power plays.

 

The Maroon and White looked very good and played two complete games and will actually get a little rest before preparing for the Humboldt Broncos,  who come to town for a pair of games this weekend.

 

Humboldt dropped both games to Notre Dame on the weekend.

 

Flin Flon continues to trim the roster sending forward Zach Purcell to Steinbach of the MJHL for a PDF, and have also moved Crystopher Collin to the Edmundston Blizzard of the MHL for futures and a PDF.

 

 

It Starts Tonight

We are just a few hours away from the start of another SJHL season and the Flin Flon Bombers and Laronge Ice Wolves are set to re-new their rivalry.

 

The Ice Wolves come to town tonight with some re-newed optimisim and a brand new coach in former NHL'er Kevin "the killer" Kaminski.

 

Kaminski has re-established the scouting system and has been able to recruit players from every where. They are also bigger and will be no push over this season.

 

They went 2-1 in the pre season with wins over Kindersley and Nipawin.

 

If the Wolves are going to push for a playoff spot this season, they are going to have to play better against the Bombers head to head. In 20 head to head match ups the last couple of years, Laronge only has 4 wins.

 

Flin Flon didn't win a game in the pre season finishing up 0-3-2 but feel this is as deep up front as they have ever been.

 

The Bombers have brought in lots of offense including Cole Rafuse who won a Memorial Cup a couple seasons back with Acadie Bathurst and Alec Malo who put up 84 points with a Junior A team out of Montreal.

 

Flin Flon also traded for the Haygarth twins out of Lloydminster who should add some offense not to mention some grit.

 

Returning vets, include the high flying Donavan Houle, Caleb Franklin, Jack Michell, Captain Mason Martin and goalie Jacob Delorme, who should all be solid.

 

The team looks quick and should be one of the fastest teams in the league this season and will need to score some goals to help off set a pretty young blue line.

 

The Bombers and Wolves will meet 10 times this year including the home and home to open up the season.

 

Tonight's game at the Whitney Forum will start at 7:30 and their will be a tail gate party starting at 5:30.

 

Tomorrow's game in Laronge is set to go at 8:30 Manitoba time.

 

We will have both broadcasts on 102.9 CFAR and flinflononline.com, starting with the Great North GM Coach's Show, 20 minutes before the opening face off.

 

Here is a conversation with Head Coach and GM Mike Reagan heading into the regular season tonight.http://undcloud.com/102-9-cfar-podcasts/bomber-season-preview-with-rob-hart-and-mike-reagan

Kodiaks Win Season Opener

The Creighton Kodiak offense was firing on all cylinders yersterday afternoon as they went into Pinehouse and beat the Lakers 66-12 , to open up another season of Northern Saskatchewan football.

 

Blake Alexander was impressive tossing 5 touchdown passes in the victory. Aiden Collard picked up a pair of majors and the Kodiaks also returned two kick offs for td's.

 

One of the touchdowns was scored by 16 year old Carson Streile who was playing his first ever game.

 

Myles Patterson hauled in a couple of receptions for touch downs with the other points coming from Austin Mclean and Aiden Collard.

 

The Kodiaks were up 40-0 at the half and didn't take their foot off the pedal, scoring 26 more points in the third and fourth quarters.

 

Creighton will now return home and host Sandy Bay in their home opener on Wednesday, September the 18th.

 

Kick off is 4 PM, Manitoba time.

 

 

A Big Weekend Coming Up At The Phantom Lake Golf Club

The Phantom Lake Golf Club is starting to wind down their season and will host two big events this weekend.

 

Sign up for both the Club Championship and Closing day tournament this Saturday with a shot gun start at 11.

 

It is $40.00 for 18 holes of golf, dinner and lots of great prizes. Call the Pro- Shop at 306-688-5555.

Norman Bantam Wolves Finalize Roster

The Norman Bantam Triple A Wolves held their training camp in Thompson this past weekend and have finalized their roster.

 

Flin Flon will be well represented with 5 players making this year's team.

 

Congratulations to  Joey Lies, Paxton Moore, Nole Pearson, Logan Salamondra and Connor Slugoski.

 

The Wolves will kick off their season at the Manitoba Bantam Triple A Showcase in Winnipeg, October the 4th to the 6th at the Bell MTS Ice Plex.

SJHL Preview Show

With the SJHL regular season just a few days away, once again you can join Mike Stackhouse and myself as we make our early predictions on what to expect for another great year of hockey.

 

We break down the Sherwood featuring the Flin Flon Bombers, Nipawin Hawks, Melfort Mustangs and new look Laronge Ice Wolves. We will also take a look at the other teams and how they fare for opening weekend.

 

You can listen to this year's show right here: https://soundcloud.com/102-9-cfar-podcasts/sjhl-preview-show-2019

Kings And Queens Ready For Soccer Season

The Hapnot Kings and Queens are putting their final rosters together for the up coming high school soccer season.

 

The Kings will be coached by Rob Abbott and the Queens coached by Carlene McGann.

 

Both programs have been very successful getting to the finals last year and multiple Zone championships over the last decade.

 

This year will be a little different with just the one tournament , Zones coming up in Thompson September the 27th and 28th.

 

Provincials would be the following weekend in Minnedosa. Both teams are expected to be deep with lots of returning players from last year.

Bombers Add Some Offense

The Flon Flon Bombers have picked up a nice addition to help them out offensively for the up coming season.

 

Flin Flon has picked up  high impact forward, Alec Malo out of Laval Quebec. Malo had a huge season with the Montreal Est Rangers where he picked up 84 points in 47 games.

 

He played with Gatineau of the QMJHL IN 2017-18 where he picked up 13 points in 60 games.

 

Unfortunately the Bomber pre season games VS OCN was cancelled this past Saturday due to ice problems at the Whitney Forum.

 

Flin Flon go's winless in the pre season at 0-3-2 and will open up the SJHL regular season this weekend against Laronge.

 

I will have a season preview later in the week.

Norman Wild Try Outs

The Norman Wild Female Midget hockey team will be holding try outs in Flin Flon next weekend at the Whitney Forum.

 

There is $125.00 try out fee.

 

The try outs take place on Saturday Sept 14th at 12:30- 1:45 and 4:30 to 5:45 as well as Sunday Sept 15th, 10:30 to 11:45.

 

Pre registration forms must be submitted by Tuesday September the 10th to Pat McKenzie.

 

E-mail patmck63@gmail.com. or call 204-923-0888

Bombers Fall To 0-3 In Pre- Season

 

The Flin Flon Bombers blew a three goal lead last night and ended up giving up six unanswered in a 6-3 loss to the MJHL'S Swan Valley Stampeders last night at the Whitney Forum.

 

Things looked good for the Bombers early, thanks to goals from Matt Raymond, Peter White and Chase Haygarth which put the Maroon and White up 3-0 after one.

 

Flin Flon came out and played sluggish in the second and it cost them giving up six goals to the Stampeders on 21 shots.

 

Once again the Bombers dressed mostly rookies with a handful of veterans making their way into the lineup.

 

Final shots were 43-27 in favour of Swan River with Tyler Peterson and J.P. Mella splitting the goaltending duties.

 

Head Coach and GM Mike Reagan had this to say after last night's game. " It seems like the same old, same old so far in three exhibition games. We come out with a great  first period and get up three nothing. That is twice now in exhibition that we have given up a three goal lead and we tried to coast in. I give Swan Valley credit, they rebounded and played a great second period. You never want to give up six goals in a period, and I said it last night that exhibition is for learning and we are learning a lot about some guys . Maybe we have a little more work than I thought."

 

The Bombers fall to 0-3 in the pre season and will head to Swan River for the re-match tonight at 7:30.

 

After tonight's game in Swan River, Flin Flon will return home to play Nipawin on Friday and OCN Saturday to wrap up the pre season and get ready for the regular season which is now only one week away.

Blizzard Hold Off Bombers

 

The OCN Blizzard came out of the gate with a very impressive first period where they scored 3 goals and ended up beating the Flin Flon Bombers 5 to 3.

 

The Blizzard took the first game in the battle of Northern Manitoba last night in front of a great crowd at the GLMC.

 

There was definately a buzz in the air as the two teams met for the first time in two years.

 

Flin Flon dressed all rookies, with OCN going with more of a veteran presence which included dressing 7 vets.

 

It looked like the young Bombers were a little timid in the opening period, but got lots more confidence as the game went on and were the better team for much of the second and third periods.

 

After being out shot 20-7 in the first period, the Maroon and White poured it on with 35 shots in the final two periods including a staggering 27 in the third.

 

The Bomber power play also looked good with Shayde Peterson and Jaeden Mercier scoring with the extra attacker as Flin Flon finished 2 for 7.

 

The other Bomber goal came from d-man Adam Victorino, who I thought was the best player on the ice. He was really fun to watch especially on the PP, where he looked very comfortable and was the go to guy jumping up into the play and creating lots of good chances.

 

Goaltending duties were split between starter Jack Rekrutiak,  who let in 4 goals on 30 shots while Tyler Peterson came in relief and gave up just 1 goal on 15 shots.

 

Flin Flon will fall to 0-2 in the pre-season and will welcome the MJHL'S Swan Valley Stampeders to the Whitney Forum tonight. Puck drop is 7:30.

 

The Bombers have a very busy week which includes 4 games in 4 nights with the return match up against the OCN Blizzard set to go this Saturday, 7:30 at the Whitney Forum.

Jeff Woods Takes Walt Cunningham Classic

The biggest event of the local golf season came to a close earlier today at the Phantom Lake Golf Club.

 

over 90 golfers took part over the three day event with Jeff Woods holding off a who's who of the top talent in Northern Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

 

Here are the complete results:

Championship Flight- Eddies Family Foods

 

First- Jeff Woods

Second- Neil Goodman

Third- Chris Bortis

Fourth- Darcy Sal

 

First Flight- Hudbay

Chis Harris

 

Second Flight- RK'S Construction

Blaine Gogal

 

Third Flight- KFC and Vic Inn

Tyler Rice

 

Fourth Flight-Ginnell, Bauman and Watt

Rod Asmundson

 

Fifth Flight- McMunn and Yates and Nasselquist

Jason Kozar

 

Sixth Fight- Major Drilling and All Season Contracting

Al Snow

 

Seventh Flight- McKeens Trucking

Ethan Anderson

 

Eighth Flight- Pharmasave

Tom Goodman

 

Ninth Flight- Northern Services and Alex Septic

Blake Alexander

 

Tenth Flight- Nasselquist Jewelers

Mike Jones

 

Eleventh Flight- Stitco Energy

Rob Hart

 

 

 

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