It was a split for the hometown Moose Jaw Warriors over the long weekend. They stunned the high-powered Winnipeg Ice on Saturday night with a 4-1 win and dropped a 4-1 decision to the Saskatoon Blades on Sunday. The Warriors will be back at home on Friday and Saturday as they host the Red Deer Rebels and Lethbridge Hurricanes at the Moose Jaw Events Centre with a 7:00 p.m. puck drop on both nights

Moose Jaw's Winmar AAA Warriors were also in action over the weekend. The Winmar Warriors dropped a heartbreaking 3-2 decision against the Prince Albert Mintos. The team will host the Estevan Bears on Wednesday night at the Moose Jaw Events Centre at 7:00 p.m.

In Moose Jaw high school action on Saturday it was the Central Cyclones taking down the previously undefeated Yorkton Raiders 24-13 and the Peacock Tornadoes falling to Weyburn 23-6. All three teams will be in action this Saturday at Gutheridge Field for the last weekend of the regular season. 

Local Moose Jaw motocross races Trehvan McMorris, Jack Janzen and Sam Janzen took their skills down to the indoor circuit in Rapid City, South Dakota over the weekend. McMorris placed 1st in the 250 C class and 5th in the 450 C class.   Samantha Janzen earned 4th place in the Girls 13 & under, and Jack Janzen placed 4th in the 10-12 65 cc & 4th place 65 cc Open. 

Motocross Oct 11.jpg Photo submitted by Doyle McMorris

The NHL regular season gets going on North American ice on Tuesday night with two games. The Tampa Bay Lightning will play the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden while the Vegas Golden Knights will play the Kings in Los Angeles. 

In case you missed it, the Saskatchewan Roughriders fell 18-14 in Hamilton on Friday night. The team gets a bye this week and will be back on the field on Oct. 22 at home against Calgary. 

And the Toronto Blue Jays were swept in the American League Wildcard series by the Seattle Mariners. 

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