The U18 AAA Richardson Pioneer Weyburn Gold Wings were in Swift Current for a pair of games. The Gold Wings would split those games, with a 3-1 loss Saturday, and a 3-1 win Sunday.  

Abby Manz had the lone goal for the Gold Wings in the loss Saturday night. In the follow-up game on Sunday, Kaydance Ray, Julia Durr and Kaitlyn Mah all found the back of the net.  

The Gold Wings are back in action on Friday when they host the Saskatoon Stars at Crescent Point Place.  


The U18 AA John Hulbert Construction Wings had just one game on the weekend. They travelled down to Estevan to take on the Bruins.  

Estevan would pick up the two points with a win over their Highway 39 rivals, winning 5-2. The Wings would get goals from Matt Sexsmith and Silas Stein in the loss.  

The next game for the U18 AA Wings will be on Wednesday when they travel to Regina to face the Rangers.  


The U18 AA Aaron Well Servicing Gold Wings took to the road for the weekend, playing in Warman and Nipawin. The Gold Wings would come back home with a pair of wins.  

Saturday, the squad was in Warman to face the Wildcats. Hadley Gerloe scored twice, with Bostyn Runge and Tyra Kmita tallying as the Gold Wings shut out the Wildcats 4-0. Kiera Barker made 22 saves for the win.  

On Sunday, the Gold Wings played the North East Aces in Nipawin. Alex Reid, Charlotte Kosior, and Bostyn Runge all scored, with the game-winner coming from Morgan Loney as they won 4-2.  

The U18 AA Gold Wings host the Western Prairie Thunder on Saturday in Midale.  


The U16 Agriterra Wings played a pair of games on the weekend. They were on the road in Moose Jaw Saturday, and back at home in Weyburn Sunday.  

Saturday, the Wings would jump out to an early lead, and hold on for a 4-1 victory over the Warriors. Reese Copeland, Evan Guest, Evan Duke and Brody Morrice all scored for the Wings in the win.  

Back at Crescent Point Place Sunday, the Wings ran into a hot goalie, as they fired 51 shots on goal but couldn’t find the back of the net. Ultimately, the Regina Tigers came away with a 2-0 win.  

The Wings will be back on the ice next Wednesday when they host Moose Jaw.  


The U15 AA Whitecap Gold Wings played at home and on the road over the weekend, with a trip to Lumsden on Saturday, and back at home in Weyburn Sunday afternoon.  

In Lumsden on Saturday, the Lynx would come out firing, and skated to a 5-0 win. The Gold Wings then followed it up with a strong performance at home on Sunday.  

Alexis Bauman scored twice, with Peyton Birnie, Kelsey Ripplinger, Natalie Molde and Peyton McIntyre also finding the back of the net as the Gold Wings went on to a 6-3 victory.  

The next game for the Gold Wings is Saturday when they host the Northwest Sharks at Affinity Place in Estevan.  


The U15 AA Annugas Wings played just one game on the weekend, as they entertained the Estevan Bruins at Crescent Point Place. Coen Windjack would face 67 shots, allowing just seven goals as Estevan picked up a 7-4 victory.  

Westyn Brown scored twice with Andrew Hemphill and Reid Kosior also scoring in the loss. 

The U15 AA Wings will be back on the ice Saturday as they host the Swift Current Broncos at Crescent Point Place.  


The U13 AA Young Fellow Wings played twice on the weekend. Saturday they travelled to Regina for a game and then entertained Prairie Storm at Crescent Point Place Sunday. 

Chase Verbeurgt, Sawyer Treble and Titan Sauter all scored for the Wings in Regina Saturday, as they skated to a 3-3 draw with the Tigers.  

Sunday, they faced a tough Prairie Storm team who left Weyburn with a 13-5 win. Sawyer Treble scored twice, with Austyn Monteyne, Bryce Scrupps, and Jackson Gerry also picking up goals.  

The U13 AA Young Fellow Wings will be back in action on January 31st, heading to Regina to take on the Mustangs.