The Killarney/Wawanesa Raiders and Crocus Plains Plainsmen were winners in the Westman High School Hockey League Wednesday night. Neilan Slater scored twice and Dylan Granger had a goal and two assists as Killarney/Wawanesa defeated Glenboro/Carberry/Baldur 7-3. Connor Martin, Josh Archambault, Grady Shearer and Eric McDonald also scored for the Raiders. Preston Shearer had a pair of goals for the Wildcats while the other went to Jaxon Mueller.Kelsey Dell stopped 28 shots as the Plainsmen blanked Reston/Elkhorn/Melita/Hartney 5-0. Gilbert Teneycke, Landan Nadeau, Drayden Murray, Lachlan Sprott and Charlie Cantelo did the goal scoring for Crocus. 

The Virden Oil Capitals meet the Waywayseecappo Wolverines tonight (7:30 p.m.) at Tundra Oil & Gas Place. The Oil Capitals (12-4-1-1) have recorded points in 11 of their last 12 games and are tied with the Dauphin Kings (13-3) for first place in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League's West Division. The Kings do have two games in hand on Virden.

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers practice from 10 a.m. - 11:40 a.m. today at Tim Hortons Field. The Bombers face the Montreal Alouettes Sunday in the 110th Grey Cup in Hamilton. The CFL awards will be handed out tonight in Niagara Falls. Winnipeg running back Brady Oliveira is the West Division finalist for the Most Outstanding Player award and Most Outstanding Canadian. Jermarcus Hardrick of the Blue Bombers is in the running for Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman. Winnipeg's Mike O'Shea and Ryan Dinwiddie of the Toronto Argonauts are up for Coach of the Year honours. 

Curling Canada announced that the 2024 Canadian Curling Club Championships will be held at the Barrie Curling Club. Canada’s most talented club-level curlers will compete from November 17th--23rd, 2024. The event features women’s and men’s teams from each of Curling Canada’s Member Associations - 10 provinces, three territories and Northern Ontario - for a competitive week of grassroots curling highlighting the best skills and qualities that makeup Canada’s curling landscape. The Canadian Curling Club Championships are for recreational, club-level curlers without the time or resources to compete at the high-performance level; the event gives those curlers the exciting opportunity to represent their home province or territory and compete for a Canadian championship. Winnipeg’s Assiniboine Memorial Curling Club will host the 2023 Canadian Curling Club Championships. The event runs from November 19th-25th.