The Moose Jaw Warriors picked up two wins on their Alberta road trip on the weekend, beating the Rebels in Red Deer 6-4 on Friday, before making a 5-2 win on Saturday against the Calgary Hitmen. The Warriors sit third in the Eastern Conference behind the Medicine Hat Tigers in second and the Saskatoon Blades in first. The team next plays on Thursday at the Moose Jaw Events Centre against the Brandon Wheat Kings at 7. 

The Moose Jaw Winmar AAA Warriors next play the Saskatoon Contacts in an away game tomorrow.

Three Moose Jaw Special Olympics swim teams were in Swift Current competing on Sunday. Jax Hicks, Rhyley Steeves and Emmett Elford were all successful in setting new personal records. 

Special Olympics Swim Team (Photo Submitted)(Photo Submitted)

The Moose Jaw U9 Purple Mavericks brought home gold medals and the candy cup from the U9 Lynx Female Tournament in Cupar this weekend, beating the Prairie Storm Crushers 6-4 in the A final. 

The Best of the West Cheer and Dance Championship had its third year at the Moose Jaw Events Centre over the weekend, with 1600 athletes from Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Manitoba participating. The local cheer organization Infinity Athletics picked up some wins. 

In National Lacrosse League action on Saturday, the Saskatchewan Rush were victorious against the Vancouver Warriors, with a 13-9 win. 

Last night in the NHL saw the Montreal Canadiens fall to the St Louis Blues in a 7-2 game, and the Vancouver Canucks came out on top of the Washington Capitals, 3-2. 

In the NFL yesterday, the Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49-ers in overtime, with a 25-22 game. 

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