Zeanen Ziemer had a hat trick and Brad Bowles had a goal and six helpers as the Miniota/Elkhorn C-Hawks defeated the Wawanesa Jets 14-1. Brad Cole, Bray Rookes, Taylor Sanheim and Dustin Fisher added two goals each for the defending Tiger Hills Hockey League champions. The rest went to Josh Martin and Jason Bowles. Mike Reykdal had the lone goal for the Jets.
Josh Romanik, Thomas Boychuk and Josh Ransom scored two goals each as the Westman High School Hockey League leading Vincent Massey Vikings defeated Boissevain/Souris/Deloraine/Waskada 8-2. Rayan Sprott and Jake Maxwell did the goal scoring for the Broncos. Tarek Lapointe had a hat trick and Austin Michaluk made 33 saves as the Neepawa Tigers blanked Roblin/Grandview/Gilbert Plains 9-0. Jackson Badowski had two goals and four assists as Swan Valley downed Reston/Elkhorn/Melita/Hartney 9-2. Ozy Atkinson scored his 20th and 21st goals of the season and assisted on Zachary Lamb's eventual game winner as Minnedosa/Erickson shaded Killarney/Wawanesa 3-2. Logan Bridges made 22 saves as Hamiota/Rivers/Elton/Strathclair beat Crocus Plains 4-2.
Marlie Rutherford scored twice and Kelsey Huibers had a goal and two assists as Westman defeated the Pembina Valey Hawks 6-1 in Hartney. Reese Schutte, Haley Blaine and Addison Vines also scored for the Wildcats. Danica Averill made 22 saves in net for Westman. The Wildcats (16-7-1) and Yellowhead Chiefs are tied for second place in the Manitoba Female U18 AAA Hockey League. Westman and Yellowhead are four points back of the first place Winnipeg Ice.
The Brandon Wheat Kings gave up four unanswered third period goals and lost 7-3 to the Medicine Hat Tigers. Rylen Roersma, Brett Hyland and Joby Baumuller scored for the Wheat Kings who were outshot 38-28 by the Tigers.
The Winnipeg Jets meet the NHL's Eastern Conference leading Bruins tonight in Boston. The Jets opened their three-game road trip with a 2-1 overtime victory over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday.
Rachel Homan of Ottawa and Scotland's Bruce Mouat won the Grand Slam of Curling's Canadian Open Sunday in Red Deer. Homan scored two points coming home and then stole the winning point in the extra end and beat Silvana Tirinzoni of Switzerland 5-4 in the women's final. Mouat edged Calgary's Brendan Bottcher 6-5 in the men's final.
Aaron Cockerill of Stony Mountain finished in a tie for fourth place at the DP World Tour's Dubai Desert Classic. Cockerill finished four shots back of Rory McIlroy who captured the tournament for the fourth time.