The Pure Chem U15 AA Broncos won three road games over the weekend, beating the Saskatoon Stallions 6-4, the Prince Albert Pirates 5-2 and the Northwest Stars 6-5.
Mason Fauser had three goals in each of the first two games and four more in Sunday's game, and Chase Petersen added three goals and 10 points over the weekend.
In other minor hockey, the WW Smith U13 Wildcats lost to Estevan 4-3 on Saturday. Kansas Girodat, Avery Whitney and Laynee Rondeau scored for Swift Current in that game.
In the WHL, the Medicine Hat Tigers scored five unanswered goals to top the Regina Pats 5-1 in front of a sold-out crowd of 6178 at Co-op Place. Connor Bedard scored the lone goal for the Pats 1:13 into the game. Elsewhere, Atley Calvert scored the game-winner in the third period as Moose Jaw edged Calgary 2-1 and Jordan Keller scored twice in Saskatoon's 4-2 win over Brandon.
The NHL resumes tonight after the All-Star break with two Canadian teams in action. The Vancouver Canucks play their first game without former captain Bo Horvat when they visit the New Jersey Devils, and the Calgary Flames travel to Broadway to take on the New York Rangers.
High School curling playdowns now underway
The teams for the SWAC senior district curling playdowns are now set after sectional playoffs on the weekend.
Advancing out of the Rolling Hills section are the girls' team from SCCHS (coach Mark Kroeker, Abby Kroeker, Katie Carleton, Lily Ferguson), the boys teams from Gull Lake (coach Amy Dysart, Tyler Lamarre, Zach Dysart, Lucas McMillan, Trusten Kirwan, Cohen Haithwaite) and Swift Current (Ethan Robinson, Riley Starkey, Troy Oakman, Sean Friesen, Sean Friesen, Shane Cornelson, coach Ron Bailey), and the mixed teams from Ponteix (Coach Trish Carleton, Blake Cloutier, Alyssa Thingvold, Mitchell Kendall, Annika Roberge, Hannah Ulm, Coach Jocelyn Scully) and Swift Current (Emily Phan, Jacob Parkinson, Kate Erickson, Ethan Peters, coach Ron Bailey).
In the Cypress Hills section, the advancing girls' teams are from Fox Valley (Brooklyn Schell, Kierra Herter, Grace Bosch, Gracie Ross, coach Kalin Deis, Donda Lee Deis) and Hazlet (Vanessa Barr, Katharina Leonhardt, Teagan Emms, Berenice Detrieille, Gina Misarutwanit, coach Tarryl Todd) and mixed teams from Hazlet (Andra Todd, Ian Baumann, Tessa Todd, Braden Baumann, Nike Hoepfner, coach Tarryl Todd) and Maple Creek (Louise Parsonage, Jayden Sawby, Kellae Parsonage, Morgan Udal, coach Holley Jamieson).
Team photos are in the gallery at the end of this article.
Mixed teams from Eastend and Val Marie will also be advancing to districts out of the Whitemud section, and they will play for seeding today.
The SWAC district curling playdowns will happen in Ponteix next weekend.
Raptors wrap up successful road swing with win in Memphis
Pascal Siakam scored 19 points as the Toronto Raptors edged the Memphis Grizzlies 106-103 on Sunday night to wrap up a seven-game road trip with four wins and three losses.
Toronto will start a five-game homestand Wednesday when they host the San Antonio Spurs on the day before Thursday's NBA trade deadline with several Raptors stars including OG Anunoby and Fred VanVleet rumoured to be on the trade market.
Rush rout Warriors in Vancouver
Ryan Keenan had a hat trick, Robert Church had a five-point night and the Saskatchewan Rush outscored the Vancouver Warriors 9-2 in the second half en route to a 14-8 win in NLL action on Saturday.
The Rush (4-2) visit the Calgary Roughnecks on Friday night at the Saddledome.
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