14 teams were on the ice Saturday in the Westman High School Hockey League. Jordan McGregor scored the only goal of the shootout to lift the Deloraine/Hartney Colts past the Virden Golden Bears 4-3; Logan Gudnason scored twice and Connor Martin had three assists as the Killarney/Wawanesa Raiders beat the Major Pratt Trojans 6-2; Hayden Armstrong made 22 saves as the McCreary/Ste. Rose Mountaineers shutout the Swan Valley Tigers 3-0; Tarek Lapointe and Jory Kulbacki scored two goals each as the Neepawa Tigers doubled up on the Reston/Elkhorn/Melita/Pierson Renegades 4-2; Zane Dyck had two goals and an assist as the Hamiota/Rivers/Elton/Strathclair Huskies beat the Grand Plains Raiders 5-3; Matthew Zurba and Logan Chapman each had a goal and two assists in the Dauphin Clippers 5-4 victory over the Minnedosa/Erickson Chancellors and Everette Beaulieu had a goal and two assists as the Sandy Bay Badgers downed the Vincent Massey Vikings 3-1.

Kelsey Huibers scored the lone Westman goal in the Wildcats 4-1 loss to the Central Plains Capitals in Portage. Danika Botterill had a hat trick for the Capitals. Westman goaltender Payton Murray made 25 saves. The Wildcats outshot Central Plains 40-29.

Canadian athletes have won a pair of medals this weekend at the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing. Isabelle Weidemann of Ottawa captured our countries first medal as she won bronze in the women’s 3000 metres long track speed skating event. Mikael Kingsbury captured silver in men’s moguls. The Deux-Montagnes, Quebec native becomes Canada’s most decorated freestyle skier ever and is just the second in the world to win three Olympic medals. John Morris & Rachel Homan have 5-3 round robin record in Mixed Doubles Curling. Morris & Homan beat Tomas Paul & Zuzana Paulova of the Czech Republic 7-5 in an extra end and then lost 10-8 in an extra end to Dean Hewitt & Tahli Gill of Australia. The Canadian Women’s hockey team will face the Russian Olympic Committee tonight. Canada has a 2-0 preliminary round record.