The National Minor Box Lacrosse Championships wrapped up in Regina on the weekend with a flurry of games as teams from across the country in seven age groups competed for medals.  

The U13 Boys from Saskatchewan wrapped up the tournament with two games Saturday. In the morning, they took on the top-seeded team from Ontario, falling 16-0. The loss put Saskatchewan into a game against Nova Scotia to close out the tournament, and they would finish with a 6-5 win.  

The U13 Girls, which featured a strong contingent of players from Weyburn, played three games over the last two days of the tournament. They started with a 2-2 draw against Nova Scotia Friday afternoon. Julie Labrecque had a goal and an assist, while Hunter Moon added a goal.  

Saturday morning, Saskatchewan was up against a tough British Columbia team, who put up seven goals in the first period and never looked back. They would finish the game with a 12-0 win. The third game of the weekend was a rematch against Nova Scotia, which would be a 2-1 win for Nova Scotia, who scored late in the third period for the victory. Moon tallied the lone goal for Saskatchewan.  

The U15 Boys closed out the tournament with a game Friday afternoon and one Saturday afternoon. Friday, Saskatchewan would fall 10-2 to British Columbia. This was followed up with a 5-3 loss to Quebec Saturday afternoon in the final game of the tournament. Alex Labrecque had a goal for Saskatchewan against BC on Friday,  

The U15 Girls fell 8-1 to Ontario Friday morning and then closed out the tournament with a 3-2 loss to Nova Scotia in their final game of the tournament.  

The U17 Boys had two games to finish the weekend against a pair of tough opponents. Friday, they fell 7-3 to British Columbia. Weyburn’s Sawyer Leko had an assist in the game. It was followed up by a matchup with Alberta Saturday afternoon. Alberta would come out on top 10-3. 

The U17 Girls took on Manitoba Friday morning and came away with an 8-1 victory. Weyburn’s Ella Schenher had two goals and an assist in the victory. This was followed up with a game against Alberta Saturday morning. Alberta would take the last game of the tournament by a final score of 11-5. Schenher had an assist in the game as well.  


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