Grady Chuback, Bryson Harder, Jack Taylor and Payne Wood of St. Paul’s and Addison Kartusch, Madison Karpowicz and Elle Wood of St. Mary’s captured the Provincial High School Golf Championships Friday at the Carman golf course. Eric Cote (95), Mario Gagnon (97) and Zach Romaniuk (98) of Ecole St. Joachim in La Broquerie finished 71 shots back of St. Paul’s and in a tie for 10th place. Chuback and Taylor tied for the low round of the day with even par 71’s. Kaleb Lambert of Gabrielle Roy was 79.
The Steinbach Regional Secondary School lost 27-0 to the Vincent Massey Trojans in Winnipeg. SRSS quartertback Bradey Dornez completed 11-of-26 passes for 193 yards. Jackson Penner had four catches for 82 yards while Mason Funk had five tackles and a quarterback sack. The Sabres are 0-3 in the Winnipeg High School Football League’s Potter Division and will play their homecoming game Thursday against the Grant Park Pirates at A.D. Penner Park in Steinbach.
The Steinbach Pistons won the battle of undefeated teams Friday night at the T.G. Smith Centre. Davis Fry and Ty Paisley scored second period power-play goals in Steinbach’s 4-2 victory over the OCN Blizzard. Leo Chambers and Travis Hensrud also scored for the Pistons who improved to 4-0 on the season. The Niverville Nighthawks, who won their first MJHL game in franchise history Wednesday in Winkler, dropped a 3-2 home ice decision to the Flyers. Brendan Kerr had both goals for the Nighthawks.
The Manitoba U18 AAA Hockey League season begins today. The defending champion Winnipeg Wild face the Parkland Rangers in Dauphin and the Norman Northstars take on the Kenora Thistles in Thompson. The Eastman Selects play their season opener next Saturday against the Yellowhead Chiefs in Shoal Lake.
It’s day three of Winnipeg Jets training camp. Team Hawerchuk will practice at 10 a.m. and Team Steen will hit the ice at noon. The second scrimmage of camp is scheduled for 11 a.m. The Jets play their first of six exhibition games Sunday against the Oilers in Edmonton.
Reid Carruthers and Matt Dunstone have qualified for the men’s Final 4 at the 2022 PointsBet Invitational in Fredericton. Carruthers outscored Kevin Koe of Calgary 8-6 while Dunstone downed Glenn Howard of Penetanguishene 8-7. Carruthers will face Brad Gushue of St. John’s and Dunstone will take on Brendan Bottcher of Calgary. Kaitlyn Lawes, Kerri Einarson and Jennifer Jones are into the women’s Final 4. Lawes defeated Penny Barker of Moose Jaw 9-4; Einarson downed Kelsey Rocque of Edmonton 10-5 and Jones outscored Selena Sturmay of Edmonton 11-9. Lawes will face Team Casey Scheidegger of Lethbridge skipped by Kristie Moore while Einarson will meet Jones.