The Source for Sports U18 AA Broncos fell 4-1 to Estevan on Sunday, and their south semi-final series is tied at a game apiece. Mason Osinski scored the lone goal for Swift Current, who will travel to Estevan for game three of the best-of-five series on Thursday. Game four will be on Saturday at InnovationPlex.

The Full Line Ag U18 Wildcats’ season came to an end after two straight losses to the Southeast Gold Wings, falling 3-2 on Friday and 2-1 on Sunday. 

The SWT U13 Broncos split the first two games of their south semi-final series with the Prairie Storm, losing game one 7-2 and winning game two 6-4. The third and deciding game is in Balgonie on Saturday. 

The WW Smith U13 Wildcats beat Weyburn 5-4 in game one of their playoff series on Sunday, and game two of the best-of-three series is Saturday in Weyburn. 

The Pure Chem U15 Broncos wrapped up the regular season with a 5-1 loss to Regina and a 5-2 win over Estevan. They’ll open the playoffs against the Prairie Storm on Tuesday.

Local bowlers win medals at Special Olympics provincials in Regina

Special Olympics Swift Current had five local bowlers compete at a provincial bowling tournament in Regina.

Harold Robinson won gold in Division 4, Colton Fast won bronze in Division 5, Chelzee Proctor won bronze in Division 2, and Rahimay Priebe won bronze in Division 3. The team also won silver in Division 3.

Team Saskatchewan starts 1-2 at Brier

Regina’s Kelly Knapp and Team Saskatchewan are 1-2 after the opening weekend of the Tim Hortons Brier in London, Ontario. They dropped a 9-3 decision to Manitoba's Matt Dunstone in their first game on Saturday afternoon before picking up a 7-3 win over Newfoundland and Labrador's Nathan Young on Sunday morning. Knapp then fell 8-4 to Alberta's Kevin Koe in the evening draw.

Saskatchewan will face Nunavut in their next game tonight.

Vegas beats Habs for Quick's first win as a Golden Knight

Jonathan Quick got his first win with the Golden Knights in a 4-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday. Quick was traded from the LA Kings to the Columbus Blue Jackets, and then flipped by the Jackets to Vegas two days later in a hectic week for the two-time Stanley Cup winner. Ivan Barbashev scored his first two goals with Vegas in the win.

Five Canadian NHL teams hit the ice tonight with Edmonton visiting Buffalo, Ottawa travelling to Chicago, Winnipeg hosting San Jose, Calgary heading to Dallas and Vancouver hosting Nashville.

Jays honouring "Joey Bats" this summer

The Toronto Blue Jays announced on the weekend they will be putting Jose Bautista's name on the "Level of Excellence" at Rogers Centre before their home game against the Chicago Cubs on August 12.

Bautista was a six-time all-star over nine-plus seasons with the Jays and hit 288 home runs, second behind Joe Carter in the team's record books. He hit a single-season franchise record of 54 homers in 2010 and is well known for his legendary "bat flip" home run that lifted the Jays past the Texas Rangers in the fifth and deciding game of the 2015 ALDS.

The Jays went 3-for-3 in Spring Training action over the weekend, beating the Rays 7-6, the Tigers 18-5 and the Phillies 16-4. They'll have the day off today before facing the Pirates on Tuesday.

Rush fall to Panther City, fall to 4th in West

The Saskatchewan Rush got four goals from Robert Church and a goal and seven assists from Mark Matthews but fell short in a 16-10 loss to Panther City in Fort Worth, Texas on Saturday. The Rush are fourth in the NLL's Western Conference standings with a 5-5 record and return home to face San Diego on Saturday night at SaskTel Centre.

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