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Plainsmen down Huskies

Blair McDonald and Hunter Goodon both scored in the second period for the Crocus Plainsmen, as they netted three unanswered goals to beat the host Hamiota Huskies 3-1 in the Westman High School Hockey League on Sunday.

Bryce Webber opened the scoring for the Plainsmen (8-5-1) when he found the back of the net with 10 seconds left in the opening frame. Jack Routledge scored the lone goal for Hamiota (4-7-2).

Elsewhere on Sunday, it was Deloraine/Hartney Colts 2, Vincent Massey Vikings 0; Glenboro/Carberry/Baldur Wildcats 8, Minnedosa Chancellors 2; and Melita/Waskada Devils 4, Boissevain Broncos 3 (OT).

On Saturday, it was: Hamiota Huskies 4, Killarney/Wawanesa Raiders 3.

Colts 2 Vikings 0

At Kinsmen Arena, Ty Moffat and Andrew Vercaigne scored for the league-leading Colts (10-1-0), while Reiden Bodin made 25 saves for the shutout. Massey fell to 6-3-3.

Wildcats 8 Chancellors 2

At Baldur, Nathan Grenier had three goals and two assists for the Wildcats (4-7-1), while Connor Johnson also had a five-point afternoon with a marker and four helpers. Brent Cardy and Blake Marchischuk replied for the Chancellors (3-9-3).

Devils 4 Broncos 3 (OT)

At Melita, Elisha Bambridge completed his hat trick by netting the overtime winner for the Devils (8-3-0), while Carter McKinney scored the other marker. Skylar Canada had two goals for Boissevain (6-5-0), with Matt McCorrister adding a goal and an assist.

Huskies 4 Raiders 3

Details weren’t available. The Raiders fell to 2-9-1.

» Brandon Sun

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition January 13, 2014

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Blair McDonald and Hunter Goodon both scored in the second period for the Crocus Plainsmen, as they netted three unanswered goals to beat the host Hamiota Huskies 3-1 in the Westman High School Hockey League on Sunday.

Bryce Webber opened the scoring for the Plainsmen (8-5-1) when he found the back of the net with 10 seconds left in the opening frame. Jack Routledge scored the lone goal for Hamiota (4-7-2).

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Blair McDonald and Hunter Goodon both scored in the second period for the Crocus Plainsmen, as they netted three unanswered goals to beat the host Hamiota Huskies 3-1 in the Westman High School Hockey League on Sunday.

Bryce Webber opened the scoring for the Plainsmen (8-5-1) when he found the back of the net with 10 seconds left in the opening frame. Jack Routledge scored the lone goal for Hamiota (4-7-2).

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