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Campbell scores handful in victory

Duncan Campbell scored five goals and set up another on Sunday as the Brandon Wheat Kings completed their Manitoba AAA Midget Hockey League weekend sweep of the Pembina Valley Hawks with a 10-3 victory.

Elsewhere on Sunday, it was: Eastman Selects 7, Yellowhead Chiefs 5.

On Saturday, it was: Wheat Kings 3, Hawks 2 (SO); Kenora Thistles 2, Chiefs 1 (OT); and Winnipeg Wild 6, Southwest Cougars 0.

At Morden, Coltyn Bates added two goals, while Josh Kobelka had six assists for the Wheat Kings (32-3-1), who hold a three-point lead over the Wild for the league lead.

Bradley Schoonbaert and Tanner Kaspick both had a goal and two helpers for Brandon, with Jesse Lawrence supplying the other marker. Bennett Dalke had two goals for the Hawks (17-14-5).

Selects 7 Chiefs 5

At Beausejour, Brett Howden was involved in every goal for the Selects (20-9-6), scoring twice and setting up five. Tanner Koroscil and Josh Martin both had two goals and an assist for the Chiefs (16-18-3), with Dayton Heino netting the other marker.

Wheat Kings 3 Hawks 2 (SO)

At Morden, Ty Lewis had a goal and an assist in regulation and scored the only goal of the shootout. James Shearer also scored for the Wheat Kings, who got 22 saves from Tyler Gutenberg. The Hawks forced overtime with third-period goals by Nolan Martens and Riley Thiessen.

Thistles 2 Chiefs 1 (OT)

At Kenora, Ont., Brandon Stanley scored with 49 seconds remaining in overtime for the Thistles (17-15-3). Nick Noonan-Robinson had the Yellowhead goal.

Wild 6 Cougars 0

At Winnipeg, Gianluca Esteves had two goals and an assist, while Wheat Kings WHL draft pick Dylan Thiessen added a goal and an assist for the Wild (30-4-2). Tyler Crowe made 27 saves for the Cougars (17-17-3), who have lost four straight games. Winnipeg goalie Evan Johnson stopped 15 shots for the shutout.

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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition January 20, 2014

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Duncan Campbell scored five goals and set up another on Sunday as the Brandon Wheat Kings completed their Manitoba AAA Midget Hockey League weekend sweep of the Pembina Valley Hawks with a 10-3 victory.

Elsewhere on Sunday, it was: Eastman Selects 7, Yellowhead Chiefs 5.

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Duncan Campbell scored five goals and set up another on Sunday as the Brandon Wheat Kings completed their Manitoba AAA Midget Hockey League weekend sweep of the Pembina Valley Hawks with a 10-3 victory.

Elsewhere on Sunday, it was: Eastman Selects 7, Yellowhead Chiefs 5.

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