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Wheaties fall to Pats in Queen City

Connor Gutenberg, left, and Stelio Mattheos of the Brandon Wheat Kings celebrate a goal by Gutenberg during Western Hockey League action against the Medicine Hat Tigers at Westman Place on Saturday evening. Brandon beat the Tigers 5-2 but lost 5-2 to the host Regina Pats on Sunday.

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Connor Gutenberg, left, and Stelio Mattheos of the Brandon Wheat Kings celebrate a goal by Gutenberg during Western Hockey League action against the Medicine Hat Tigers at Westman Place on Saturday evening. Brandon beat the Tigers 5-2 but lost 5-2 to the host Regina Pats on Sunday.

Wheaties earn half the points from weekend

The Brandon Wheat Kings were unable to sweep a pair of Western Hockey League division leaders on the weekend.

After topping the Central Division-leading Medicine Hat Tigers 5-2 at Westman Place on Saturday, the Wheat Kings travelled to Regina and fell 5-2 to the host Pats on Sunday.

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