The Killarney/Wawanesa Raiders and Neepawa Tigers were winners in the Westman High School Hockey League Wednesday night. Josh Archambault scored the tying goal with 1:46 left in the third period and Ryder Heaphy potted the overtime winner as Killarney/Wawanesa edged Sandy Bay 3-2. Keiran DeBaker also scored in regulation for the Raiders. Bobby Orr-Roulette and Reed Houle replied for the hometown Badgers. Jory Kulbacki scored twice and Ward Brister and Tarek Lapointe each had a goal and three assists as Neepawa defeated Glenboro/Carberry/Baldur 6-4 at the Yellowhead Centre. Riley Davie and Brody Pollock also scored for the Tigers. Dylan Hood had a pair of goals for the Wildcats. The rest went to Jaxon Mueller and Trey Dickson. 

Wyatt Livingstone is the Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association Athlete of the Week. Before the Christmas break, the grade 12 student at Cartwright School helped the Cartwright/Baldur Cougars capture the Provincial A Varsity Boys Volleyball Championship where he was named tournament MVP.  On the ice he has helped lead the Pembina Tigers to an 8-7 record. In 14 games this season he has nine goals and eight assists.

The Winnipeg Ice continue to hold down top spot in the Canadian Hockey League's Top 10 rankings. The Ice have won three of four January outings, all coming on the road. Among the leaders for the club has been new recruit Jack Finley, the veteran centre and Tampa Bay Lightning draftee who since arriving in the Manitoba capital has picked up five goals and six assists through 10 appearances that includes a team-leading six points through four January contests. The Ice (29-6-2) own the best record in the Western Hockey League and lead the Eastern Conference by three points over the Edmonton Oil Kings who are second in the Top 10 rankings.

The Grey Cup champion Winnipeg Blue Bombers have added American defensive back Donovan Olumba to its roster. The 26-year-old Nashville native, who played college football at Portland State University, was signed by the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent after the 2018 NFL Draft. Olumba spent time on the Dallas and Cleveland Browns practice squads.