The Moose Jaw Warriors were able to split the weekend. After a 4-1 loss on Friday night in Saskatoon, the Warriors were able to rebound on home ice and come away with a 5-3 over the Prince Albert Raiders on Saturday night. Brayden Yager's second-period powerplay goal would be the game-winner. They will return to the ice on Friday to start a home-and-series with Swift Current. 

It was a dominating 6-3 win for the Moose Jaw WINMAR AAA Warriors on Sunday to tie their first-round playoff series at 1-1 against the Saskatoon Contacts. Moose Jaw's Dylan Duzan would pick up three points including the game-winner on his 17th birthday. 

"Fitzy made a nice play on the defenseman in the neutral zone and kicked it out to me, Milsy drove the net, which took the defenseman to him and I cut to the middle and put it upstairs," says Duzan. "It was pretty nice."

Game 3 will return to Saskatoon on Tuesday night with an 8:00 p.m. puck drop. 

The Moose Jaw U15 AA Warriors are headed to the playoffs for the first time in six years. They were able to lock up the 7th seed and will face the Regina Aces in the first round. Game 1 goes Wednesday night in Regina, with Game 2 back in Moose Jaw on Friday night at the Pla-Mor Palace. 

The Vanier Senior Girls basketball squad had a memorable weekend in Estevan. They came away with a first-place finish at the annual Victor Elias Memorial “Shoot for a Cure” Pink Tournament. They beat the Winston Knoll Wolverines 53-51 in the finals. In addition, Peacock finished third, and Central won their consolation final. 

In their final basketball tournament, the Central Collegiate senior boys struck gold in North Battleford over the weekend. 

In the NHL on Sunday, Montreal fell 4-3 in Vegas

And the Saskatchewan Rush lost 16-10 against Panther City over the weekend. 

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