Winning weekend for Neepawa Minor Hockey


Back row: Chris Turner, Trevor Lizotte, Terrace Miko, Darcy Boersma. Middle: Sarah Thomson, Brooklyn Boersma, Taylor Terin, Allison Beaumont. Next row: Prestyn Phinney, Ryanne Kasprick, Emma Pollock, Sarah Lizotte. Front row: Erica Miko, Elyse Denbow, Jett Turner


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The Neepawa Atom Female hockey team wins gold at Hockey Manitoba Atom "A" Female Provincials! The girls travelled to Deloraine the weekend of March 3rd and 4th where they went undefeated all weekend and defeated the Southwest Wild in double overtime to win gold!

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Neepawa Bantams win silver

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By Eoin Devereux

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It was a silver medal showing for the Neepawa Bantam Boys hockey team at the annual Bantam Rural ‘B’ Tournament, held this year in Teulon. 

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Rivers Atom girls end season on a high note


By Trevor PetersOn the weekend of Mar. 2-4, Rivers Jets atom girls team travelled to Swan Lake to take part in the provincial C tournament. There was a total nine teams from all over Manitoba  participating in this event. Their first game was Friday morning against Altona; the girls played very well and came out with a 5-0 victory. Austyn Peters was in net and earned the shutout. Jordyn Veitch was named player of the game for Rivers.  

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Gladstone Lakers win in OT

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File photo: The Lakers have something to celebrate, after topping the Neepawa Farmers in the THHL East Division Final.

Advance to THHL FInal

By Eoin Devereux

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The Gladstone Lakers are moving on to the Tiger Hills Hockey League (THHL) final, after defeating the Neepawa Farmers 3-2 in overtime. Gladstone’s Trey Evenson scored 1:16 into extra time on Saturday, Mar. 10, to claim the best-of-five series victory in four games.

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Synchronized skating on St. Paddy's Day

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Five years ago Skate Brandon, in conjunction with Skate Canada Manitoba, hosted the Manitoba Open competition in Rivers. This year, Skate Brandon/Skate Canada is hosting an invitational synchronized skating competition in Souris on March 17. More than 200 skaters on 24 teams will compete in eight levels from beginner to adult, including Rivers Silver Jets. The competition will  provide teams the opportunity to display the skills they have learned, all while cheering on other teams from across Manitoba. 

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