The RentPro Completely Branded Weyburn Razorbacks went into their game Wednesday night needing a win over the Regina Barracudas to clinch a playoff berth in the inaugural season. The two teams had met twice before, with Regina taking both games, but they were close, coming down to the final moments. The game Wednesday would again come down to the final moments, with Weyburn holding a one-goal lead. With 22 seconds remaining, though, Regina would score to even the game up, and it would end in a 6-6 draw. 

With each team getting a single point in the standings, it was enough for Regina to hold on to the third and final playoff spot, keeping the Razorbacks out of the postseason.  

The two teams traded goals through the first two periods, with Regina taking the lead in the first period with a goal from Austin Enright before Ryder Hignett scored just under a minute later to tie the game 1-1. 

In the second period, Regina would take the lead again, before Weyburn replied thirty seconds later as Jack Missal scored on the power play. Then, a goal from Enright would again put Regina into the lead. Sam Borschowa would score for the Razorbacks with 5:30 remaining in the second period to tie the game up 3-3, then Weyburn took the lead with 4:19 to play when Hignett scored his second of the game. 

Regina evened the score in the third period as Avery Sewell scored, then with 4:26 to go, Colton Goodwill would give the Barracudas a 5-4 edge. The lead would disappear with 2:06 to play when Hunter Willoughby scored to tie the game 5-5. Then, with 33 seconds to play, Borschowa scored his second of the game, putting Weyburn up 6-5.  

Regina, though, would get a goal quickly off the face-off, scoring with 22 seconds left on the clock to tie the game. In the remaining seconds, neither team would be able to score, leading to the tie.  

Matthew Charlton had a strong game in goal for Weyburn, stopping 58 of the 64 shots he faced. Meanwhile, Borschowa finished the night with two goals and two assists. Hignett had two goals, with Willoughby and Missal tallying. Marshall Yuzicappo, Khylin Ledoux and Brody Morrice also added assists. 

The Razorbacks, who were the youngest team in the Prairie Gold Lacrosse League this season, finished the year in fourth place with a record of 2-8-2, with their two wins coming over the Moose Jaw Mustangs. Offensively, Hignett led the way with 21 goals and 31 points. Sam Borschowa added 12 goals and Jack Missal had 10.  

The Razorbacks will also have several players eligible to return for next season, with just two players aging out – Cooper Meston and Jessica Benning.  

The PGLL playoffs will see the second-place Swift Current Wolverines taking on the third-place Regina Barracudas in the semifinals, with the winner advancing to take on the Prince Albert Predators, who went undefeated in the regular season, outscoring their opponents 201 to 40.