Neepawa Figure Skating Club attends regionals

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The Neepawa Figure Skating Club was well represented at the North/South Westman STARSkate Regional Competition in Deloraine on Feb. 3-4.  In the Creative Improv event Addison Atkey earned a bronze ribbon.

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Onyshko honoured by Gymnastics Canada

 

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photo property of  cscm.ca. Isabela Onyshko has been named the co-winner of the Gymnastics Canada senior athlete of the year.

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Brandon Eagles gymnast Isabela Onyshko and Ellie Black were named Gymnastics Canada’s 2016 senior athletes of the year on Saturday night in Halifax. The two women led Canada’s artistic gymnastics team in Rio, each qualifying for the all-around final where Black finished a Canadian-best fifth place. 

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Great weekend for Neepawa Figure Skating

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The Neepawa Press

Neepawa’s Ice Prec*Ice Synchronized Skating teams had a strong showing in their first competition of the season, in Morden, on Saturday, Jan. 21, at the Manitoba Synchronized Skating Championships. Cynthia Chartrand, the coach of all four teams, was very happy with the team’s progress. 

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NACI Tigers secure place in playoffs

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Photo by Eoin Devereux. NACI goaltender Dez Ramsey slides across the crease during the 2nd period of the Tigers 3-1 victory over Crocus Plains on Wednesday, Feb. 1.

By Eoin Devereux

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A pair of recent wins have assured the NACI Tigers a spot in the Westman High School Hockey League playoffs. The only question now is who will challenge them?

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Yellowhead Chiefs keep winning when it matters

By Eoin Devereux

The Neepawa Banner/Neepawa Press

A pair of wins over the weekend have kept the Yellowhead Chiefs near the top of the Manitoba AAA Midget Hockey League standings. The Chiefs (25-4-8. 58 points) secured a 4-2 victory over the Winnipeg Thrashers on Saturday, Jan. 28. Yellowhead quickly followed that up with an  identical 4-2 decision over the Interlake Lightning. 

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