HELP SHAPE RECREATION, PARKS AND CULTURE IN SWIFT CURRENT!

Click here to participate in our online survey.

The Shaunavon Silhouettes had a great showing capturing the regional title and a spot at SHSAA HOOPLA.

The #3 ranked Silhouettes opened the tournament with a 79-53 win over Maidstone.

They met Lashburn in the final.

The Silhouettes had a substantial lead but the Lady Lobos chipped away and in the 4th quarter made it a tie game with less than a minute left.

But with 28 seconds left, Shaunavon scored and then converted two free throws to make the final 64-60.

The Silhouettes will now be the lone Southwest representative at HOOPLA which will be held March 24 & 25 in Regina.

Elsewhere, the #5 ranked Shaunavon Shadows got off to a good start in their regional beating Norquay 68-45.

This put them into the final on Saturday afternoon against a fast moving team from St. Brieux.

It was a close game for the duration with the teams trading baskets and the score within 3-5 points.

In the last minute, the #4 ranked St. Brieux Crusaders pulled away for a 79-67 win and a trip to HOOPLA.

At the 1A boys’ level, the #5 ranked Herbert Laurels travelled to Lake Lenore.

The Laurels lost a heartbreaker to Stoughton 66-62.

They then beat Pinehouse on the consolation side 72-57.

Meanwhile the #10 ranked Frontier boys competed at Rocanville at another 1A regional.

Frontier suffered a 69-36 loss to Hepburn but turned around on the consolation side to beat Nakoda Oyade 62-50.

In 1A girls’ action, #11 ranked Herbert participated at Middle Lake.

They took on Hague in their first game and lost 68-53.

The Laurels rebounded on the consolation side with a win over Kerrobert 83-39.

At the 3A level both Maple Creek girls and boys were ranked #11.

The lady Rebels travelled to Indian Head where they lost to Unity 68-37.

They beat Kamsack on the consolation side 53-48.

Meanwhile the boys were in Clavet.

The Rebels lost a close game to Indian Head 71-65 and then beat Macklin on the consolation side 91-87.

In 5A action, the Swift Current Ardens were ranked 4th out of 6 teams at the rural regional in Estevan.

The Ardens got off to a great start beating Yorkton Regional 63-49.

This put them up against a strong team from PA Carlton, wehre the Ardens lost to PA 68-54.

PA then went on to win the tournament.

The Swift Current boys were ranked #5 out of 7 teams at the rural regional held at Prince Albert.

The Colts lost a close one to Estevan 69-65 before rebounding on the consolation side with a win over Balgonie 56-54.

More Local Sports

HELP SHAPE RECREATION, PARKS AND CULTURE IN SWIFT CURRENT!

Click here to participate in our online survey.

DiscoverWestman.com is Westman's only source for community news and information such as weather and classifieds.

Search the Biz Guide

Login