The Killarney Shamrocks, MacGregor Wild and Hartney Blues were winners in the Tiger Hills Hockey League Friday night. The Shamrocks downed the Gladstone Lakers 4-1; the Wild shaded the Wawanesa Jets 3-2 and Del Cowan scored in overtime to lift the Blues past the Minnedosa Bombers 4-3. The East Division leading Shamrocks improved to 12-1 on the season and moved three points ahead of the second place Bombers.

It was a busy Friday in the Westman High School Hockey League. Tyler Robertson, Logan Agecoutay and Avery Sameuls scored two goals each as Boissevain/Souris/Deloraine/Waskada defeated Sandy Bay 12-1; Noah Weir scored the go-ahead goal midway through the third period as Swan Valley edged Glenboro/Carberry/Baldur 2-1; Ian Foster’s third goal of the game on the power play with 4:34 left lifted the Neepawa Tigers past Roblin/Grandview/Gilbert Plains 6-5; Landon Dmyterko scored twice as Hamiota/Rivers/Elton/Strathclair beat Virden 5-2; Casey Berry made 33 saves in the Vincent Massey Vikings 6-2 victory over Major Pratt. Ty Haney scored the only goal of the shootout as Birtle/Shoal Lake/Rossburn shaded Crocus Plains 6-5.

David Bielik scored 2:02 into overtime to lift the Virden Oil Capitals past the Selkirk Steelers 5-4 at Tundra Oil & Gas Place. Braeden Lewis, Nolan Chastko, Naton Miller and Tyler Dodgson also scored for the Oil Capitals who are 4-0 in 2024.

Canada will meet Czechia in the semifinals today (8 a.m.) at the 2024 World Women’s U18 Hockey Championship in Zug, Switzerland. The United States will face Finland in the other semifinal.

The Brandon Wheat Kings lost 7-3 to Swift Current at Westoba Place. Roger McQueen, Brett Hyland and Hayden Wheddon did the goal scoring for the Wheat Kings. Strathclair’s Conor Geekie had a goal and three assists and Boissevain’s Zach Turner scored his third of the season for the Broncos. Brandon dealt captain Nate Danielson to the Portland Winterhawks at the trade deadline on Wednesday in exchange for forward Nicholas Johnson, defenseman Rhett Ravndahl, a first-round pick in the 2025 and 2027 Prospects Drafts as well as a fifth-round pick in 2026.

The Manitoba Moose dropped a 5-2 decision to the Laval Rocket. Brad Lambert and C.J. Suess scored for the Moose who have lost eight of their last night games.