It was a big weekend for the Moose Jaw Minor Hockey Association as three of their teams were very successful at tournaments this past weekend.
Moose Jaw U13 AA Warriors
The U13 AA Warriors would win five-straight games to capture the B-side Championship trophy on Sunday afternoon at the Regina Pats U13 AA Classic. They kicked the tournament off with a tough 8-6 loss to the Martensville Marauders on Thursday night.
Then it was smiles from then on, they would follow that up with a 5-3 win against the Edmonton Wealth, an 8-0 thrashing of the Taber Golden Suns, and beat the Saskatoon Thunder 7-4 to finish the round-robin with a 3-1 record.
That 3-1 record qualified them for the B-side semi-final where they faced the Weyburn Wings. They needed overtime, but they got the job done winning 4-3, which landed them in the B-side final. Moose Jaw would face off against the Regina Blues. In the final, the Warriors would come out on top winning 7-5 to capture the trophy.
Moose Jaw U13 A Warriors
The Moose Jaw U13 A Warriors would also find themselves in the B-side final, where they won it all.
They started the tournament with a 12-10 loss to the Tri-Valley Titans on Friday afternoon. Moose Jaw would pick up their first win of the tournament on Friday night in a hard-fought 5-4 win over the Winnipeg Royals Black.
On Saturday, the Warriors would snag their second win, blanking the Brandon Wheat Kings Gold 4-0, which got them into the B-side final against the Brandon Wheat Kings Black. Moose Jaw came out victorious over the Wheat Kings 7-5, finishing the tournament 3-1.
Moose Jaw U15 B Thrashers
The Moose Jaw U15 B Thrashers were at the Prairie Storm U15 B Tournament over the weekend and struck gold beating the Prairie Storm Thunder 6-2 in the A final.
The Thrashers would kick off the event with an 8-6 win over the Regina Bengals on Friday. Then on Saturday, continued their winning ways with a 6-2 win over the Regina Tigers, which landed them in the A-final against the Prairie Storm Thunder.
Moose Jaw would score two in the first period, three in the second, and one in the third en route to a 6-2 win and would capture gold.