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Golden Bears down Huskies

Zach Roach scored a pair of goals and set up two more for the Virden Golden Bears as they topped the host Hamiota Huskies 6-4 in the Westman High School Hockey League on Sunday.

In Sunday’s other games, it was: Dauphin Clippers 3, Souris/Reston Sabres 0; and Rivers/Elton Rage 6, Minnedosa Chancellors 5.

On Saturday, the Deloraine/Hartney Colts beat the Killarney/Wawanesa Raiders 7-1.

At Hamiota, Cody Colon and Kyle Elliott both added a pair of markers for Virden (3-2-0). Dylan Kimpinski had a goal and two assists for the Huskies (0-4-1), while Blake Cramer added two goals.

Clippers 3 Sabres 0

At Dauphin, Cole Ritchot made 18 saves to earn the shutout for the Clippers (5-1-1), while Bradyn Yarema, Braeden Syrnyk and Nolan Sokolan supplied the goals. The Sabres fell to 0-5-1 on the season.

Rage 6 Chancellors 5

At Minnedosa, Brock Paddock scored his third goal of the with 3:36 left in regulation time to lift the Rage (3-2-0) to victory. McKenna Paddock added two goals for the Rage. Kyle Wahoski had two goals and a helper for the Chancellors (2-4-1), with Blake Marchischuk adding a goal and an assist.

Colts 7 Raiders 1

At Killarney, Andrew Vercaigne scored twice for the Colts (4-1-0). Regan Bertholet, Quin Hobbs and Riley Bodin each had a goal and an assist for the winners, while Mitch Dillabough picked up four assists. Josh Sylvester had the goal for the Raiders (2-4-0).

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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition December 2, 2013

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Zach Roach scored a pair of goals and set up two more for the Virden Golden Bears as they topped the host Hamiota Huskies 6-4 in the Westman High School Hockey League on Sunday.

In Sunday’s other games, it was: Dauphin Clippers 3, Souris/Reston Sabres 0; and Rivers/Elton Rage 6, Minnedosa Chancellors 5.

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Zach Roach scored a pair of goals and set up two more for the Virden Golden Bears as they topped the host Hamiota Huskies 6-4 in the Westman High School Hockey League on Sunday.

In Sunday’s other games, it was: Dauphin Clippers 3, Souris/Reston Sabres 0; and Rivers/Elton Rage 6, Minnedosa Chancellors 5.

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