The following are final scores from this past weekend's hockey and curling action featuring teams and players from the west central region.

ACHW

Saturday, January 26

  • Rosetown Redwings 2-4 Lacombe Generals

Sunday, January 27

  • Rosetown Redwings 0-3 Innisfail Eagles

The Redwings are tied for first place in the ACHW standings with the Lacombe Generals. Lacombe holds the tiebreaker and also has a game in-hand on Rosetown.

PJHL

Friday, January 26

  • Delisle Chiefs 6-2 West Central Rage

Chiefs extend winning streak to 19 games and capture their 32nd victory of the season. The Rage drop to 16-17 on the season.

SWHL

Friday, January 26

  • Biggar Nationals 13-8 Luseland Mallards
  • Wilkie Outlaws 10-1 Unity Miners
  • Macklin Mohawks 3-2 Kindersley Klippers

Saturday, January 27

  • Luseland Mallards 1-7 Macklin Mohawks
  • Wilkie Outlaws 4-2 Kindersley Klippers
  • Unity Miners 4-7 Biggar Nationals

The Wilkie Outlaws now own first place in the SWHL standings, one point above the Klippers. Wilkie also has a game in-hand heading into the final weekend of regular season games.

SVHL

Friday, January 26

  • Delisle Bruins 7-5 Eston Ramblers
  • Kenaston Blizzards 9-5 Elrose Aces
  • Outlook Ice Hawks 2-11 Kyle Elks

Saturday, January 27

  • Central Butte Flyers 3-7 Delisle Bruins
  • Kyle Elks 12-3 Loreburn 19ers
  • Lucky Lake Lakers 4-3 Kenaston Blizzards

Sunday, January 28

  • Outlook Ice Hawks 7-3 Beechy Bombers

After a dominant weekend, the Elks kept themselves separated from the Delisle Bruins for first place in the standings at 34 points. The Bruins are not far behind with 30 points in 2nd place.

Viterra Scotties Provincial Tournament

Saturday, January 26

  • First page playoff: Silvernagle 8-3 Anderson (Team Silvernagle advances to final; Team Anderson moves to second page playoff)
  • Second page playoff: Holland 5-7 Anderson (Team Anderson qualifies for final versus Team Silvernagle)

Sunday, January 27

  • Final: Silvernagle 6-5 Anderson

Team Silvernagle win tournament and will be the Saskatchewan representatives at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Sydney, Nova Scotia from February 16-24.

 

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