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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Wednesday Evening

Calgary Bisons 3 - Airdrie Xtreme 2
-Bisons take a 1-0 best of 5 series lead.

Battlefords 4 - Humboldt 3 in Triple OT
- Iron scores the winner.

Winnipeg Warriors 3 the Winnipeg Sharks 2 in OT
-Warriors lead 3-2 in the best of 7 series.  They can win the series tonight.

Winnipeg Hawks 3 - Winnipeg Monarchs 2 (End 1st)
-Monarchs still lead the series 3-2 in the best of 7.  Monarchs can win the series tonight.

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Tuesday Late

Quite evening in bantam hockey on the road to westerns.  Just a pair of games in the SBAAHL.

Balgonie Prairie Storm 2 - Regina Canucks 1
-Jacob Piller and 98 D- Nolan Reid scored for Balgonie
- The Prairie Storm move on to play Michael Eskra and the Regina Oilers in round 2 of the south.

Regina Oilers 4 - Yorkton 0
- The Oilers move on to play top ranked Balgonie in round 2 of the south

The other south semi-final will be a great series as 2nd ranked Weyburn will play 3rd ranked Melville.  It will be the hard checking Weyburn team vs. the offensive minded Melville squad.

Action will resume tomorrow in the Winnipeg AAA league as the Monarchs have a chance to wrap up their series with the Hawks, leading 3-1 in the best of 7 series.  While the Warriors who have fought back to win two straight games will play the Sharks.

The AMBHL will get underway as well as the Airdrie Xtreme travel to SE Calgary to take on the Calgary Bisons in game 1 of a best of 5 series tomorrow.

The PCAHA Final Four will get underway on Friday with NSWC, Semiahmoo, BWC and Cloverdale all getting set to have a fierce battle this coming weekend to determine the PCAHA rep.

Tuesday Update

Winnipeg AAA Bantam League (97 born)
Winnipeg Warriors 5 - Winnipeg Sharks 3
-Best of 7 series now tied at 2-2

Winnipeg Hawks 1 - Winnipegs Monarchs 0
-Best of 7 series is 3-1 for the Monarchs

Winnipeg AAA Bantam League (98 born)
Winnipeg Hawks 7 - Winnipeg Warriors 1
- Best of 7 series is 1-0 Hawks

Winnipeg Monarchs 5 - Winnipeg Sharks 2
- Best of 7 series is 2-0 Monarchs

Saskatchewan Bantam SBAAHL
Prince Albert defeat West Central 2-0 in the best of 3 series
Humboldt and Battlefords tied at 1-1 in the best of 3 series

North East Wolfpack and Sask Valley received a first round bye.

Melville defeat Estevan 2-0 in the best of 3 series.
Weyburn defeat Swift Current 2-0 in the best of 3 series.
Balgonie leads the Regina Canucks 1-0 in the best of 3 series.
Yorkton and the Regina Oilers are tied at 1-1 in the best of 3 series.

AMBHL League Semi-finals (Best of 5)

Lloydminster at SSAC
-Games 1 and 2 go Saturday and Sunday in Edmonton.

Airdrie at Calgary Bisons
-Game 1 goes tomorrow evening in Calgary.
-Game 2 goes Saturday in Airdrie.

Monday, February 27, 2012

PCAHA Final 4 Schedule

Friday March 2nd 6:00pm – 7:30pm Semiahmoo @ BWC
Friday March 2nd 7:45pm – 9:15pm NSWC @ Cloverdale
Saturday March 3rd 6:00pm – 7:30pm Cloverdale @ Semiahmoo
Saturday March 3rd 7:45pm – 9:15pm BWC @ NSWC
Monday March 5th 6:00pm to 7:30pm Semiahmoo @ NSWC
Tuesday March 6th 7:40pm to 9:10pm Cloverdale @ BWC

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Sunday Western Canada Playoff Update

Sunday Evening Update
Airdrie 3 - Medicine Hat 1
-Airdrie advance to play the Calgary Bisons in the South Final.

Winnipeg Monarchs 3 - Winnipeg Hawks 1
-Monarchs now lead 3-0

Winnipeg Warriors 4 - Winnipeg Sharks 1
- Sharks lead 2-1

British Columbia PCAHA
As expected BWC, Cloverdale, Semiahmoo and NSWC have all advanced from the PCAHA Flight 1 and will now move on to the final 4.  Both top teams, BWC and Cloverdale marched through winning both games as BWC defeated Surrey and Cloverdale over Langley.  NSWC defeated Abbotsford but needed 3 games due to a tie in the race to 4 points in the series while Seafair earned a tie against Semiahmoo.

Final 4 Match-ups
BWC - Semiahmoo
Cloverdale - NSWC

British Columbia OMAHA
The league defending champs Kamloops Jardine Blazers have taken a 1-0 series lead over Kelowna with a 3-2 victory yesterday afternoon in Kelowna.  Maxwell James scored in 3OT to win it.  Kamloops can clinch today and move on to provincials.

Alberta AMBHL
The SSAC Southgate Lions have rolled through a pair of series so far in the ultra competitive Nitro North Division.  First, they defeated the 18-8-7 St. Albert Sabres and then won 2 straight as well against a hot Edmonton CAC squad.  The usual suspects have been red hot so far in the 4 games this playoffs with 98 born Tyler Benson leading the way with 1-11-12, Giorgio Estephan 6-5-11, Quinn Greenly 4-6-10 and 98 D- David Quennville with 3-6-9.  SSAC will now go on to face Lloydminster in the North final.

The Lloydminster Heat who are coming off a successful campaign to which they easily won the Charger North by 11 points have made the North Final.  They first disposed of western Canada Bantam Championship host Spruce Grove in 2 straight games, outscoring them 14-4.  Then they needed 3 games to beat out Leduc 2 games to 1.  Regular season scoring leader Andrew Koep has picked up where he left off by scoring 6-4-10 so far in 5 games, Zach Fischer and 98 D- Kale Clague each have 6 points.

The Calgary Bisons have silenced their nay-sayers in and around the AMBHL defeated the Calgary Bronks in 3 very hard fought games.  They then played the AMBHL regular season champs in the Calgary Royals and beat them in 2 straight.   The first game against the Royals was one in OT with a bounce off the backboards and off the goalie and in.  The story so far for the Bisons has to be 98 born Zach Phillips who leads the team so far with 5-3-8 in 5 games.  Braylon Shmyr has 8 points as well while Nick Merkley has just 3 points in 3 games.

Lastly, the Medicine Hat Hounds and Airdrie Xtreme are tied at 1-1 with the 3rd and deciding game to go this afternoon in Medicine Hat.  Mitch Hallas enters the game leading the Hounds with 10 points in 5 games while Chad Harrison has 6 points in 4 games for Airdrie.

Saskatchewan - SBAAHL
Round 1 - North
Prince Albert Jr. Raiders defeat West Central 2 games to 0
Humboldt leads Battlefords 1-0

Round 1 - South
Weyburn defeat Swift Current 2 games to 0
Prairie Storm lead the Regina Canucks 1 game to 0
Melville leads Estevan 1 game to 0
Yorkton leads Regina Oilers 1 game to 0

Manitoba - Winnipeg AAA
Winnipeg Sharks lead Winnipeg Warriors 2 games to 0
Winnipeg Monarchs lead Winnipeg Hawks 2 games to 0

Both series continue this afternoon.

Manitoba - Eastman League
Northern Knights lead Southwest Jets 1 game to 0
Springfield Ice Hawks leads Macdonald Lightning 1 game to 0
-series continues today
Seine River Snipers and Central Plains Capitals tied 1-1
Southeast and Kenora begin series today.


On Saturday February 25th the Bantam “AAA” team from Victoria Racquet Club Minor Hockey Association (VRC) defeated the Nanaimo Clippers to win the best of three series in two games straight.   VRC won game one 9-3 and game two was 3-1.
The VRC Bantam “AAA” Team was also awarded the League Championship for placing first in league play.
“The boys have worked very hard and have been very dedicated” states Robin Milliken, the Head Coach, “they played as a team and supported each other all season.  They deserve this championship”

Friday, February 24, 2012

Late Friday


AMBHL Playoffs
Leduc 5 - Lloydminster 2
- Series tied 1-1

SSAC 5 - CAC 4
-SSAC Advance to North finals.  Dylan Stewart 3-1-4 in the losing cause.

Calgary Bisons 4 - Calgary Royals 1
-Bisons win 2-0 series and advance to South Final.  98 born Matthew Phillips with 2-0-2.  Morrissey stopped just 9/13 shots.

Medicine Hat 6 - Airdrie 5
-Medicine lead series 1-0.  Hallas had 2-4-6, Taupert with 3-1-4 and White with 1-3-4.

SBAAHL Playoffs
Melville 4 - Estevan 1
- Melville gets 1-2-3 from Dakota Boutin, while Neuls and Cole each pick up 1-1-2.  Estevan team scoring leader Tanner Jeanott with the lone goal for Estevan.

Prince Albert 7 - West Central 6
- The Prince Albert Junior Raiders pull off the big upset over West Central tonight in Prince Albert.  Prince Albert had just 4 wins in 24 regular season games this season while West Central was 13-7-4.  For West Central Spencer Bast, D- Shane Collins and Josh Stang all had 2 goals.  Collins had 2 assists as well.  For Prince Albert, who fired 52 shots had a big game from Matthew Campese with 3-2-5, Drew Warkentine with 2 goals and Reed Gunville 3 assists.  Late season addition Matthew Meyer seems to have given the Raiders another option up front as he scored once again.

PCAHA Update
BWC defeat Surrey 4pts to 0 (13-3)
Cloverdale defeat Langley 4pts to 0 (11-2)
Semiahmoo defeat Seafair 5pts to 1 (10-4)
NSWC leads Abbotsford 3pts to 1 (8-1)

Newsletter now ready to be sent out

All Final statistics have now been updated for all leagues with the exception of the PCAHA.  However, statistics are updated for Kamloops, OHA, POE, Kelowna, Semiahmoo, Seafair and other select players from B.C.
RankingsWe have expanded the 1997 age group rankings to now a top 225.  The reason being is that there are approximetaly that many players drafted in the bantam draft each year.  More movement has occured which includes several deletions off all lists and several new additions to the 97 born and 98 born western Canada lists.

First of all, I speak with one of the top defenceman available for the draft this year who didn't even begin playing hockey until he was 8 years old.  He also has bloodlines in the WHL.

I speak with a player who may get overlooked to a degree due to the region in western Canada he plays.  However, his talent shouldn't be overlooked and he has been amongst the best in his region for years now.

We meet a goalie from B.C. who is really turning it up late this season and could be a sneaky pick for a team in the mid rounds.

Finally, we introduce you to a huge 1998 born prospect who has a chance to be a first rounder next season.  He tells us what he believes it will take to get there.
News and Notes/Tournament Re-Cap
We do a final top 10 ranking of provincial teams across western Canada

A special U.S.A section is included which now has all eligable Minnesota born players who play high school or with Shattucks.  Also ranked once again are the top 10 teams in the western U.S.A. for 1997 born and we introduce you to some of the 1998 born teams to watch.

Special Feature:  If you remember back about a month on the blog, we started talking about the bantam draft and talked about how important it is and did a study of strength by province and other facts about the draft.  We have included the Bantam Draft Study in a 10 page section at the end of this newsletter

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Late Thursday

Road to the westerns in Spruce Grove
Semiahmoo 5 - Seafair 1 
- Semiahmoo joins Cloverdale in the Final 4

NSWC win tonight over Abbotsford
- NSWC need just one point in the next 2 games to advance.

Weyburn 3 - Swift Current 2
- Top 2 round rated prospect Regan Nagy scores all 3 Weyburn goals.

Prince Albert 6 - West Central 4
- Prince Albert gets 3 point games from Reed Gunville and Matthew Meyer.  Highly rated prospect Matthew Campese served a suspension.

Winnipeg AAA League
Monarchs defeat Hawks 2-1 and take a 2-0 series lead
Sharks defeat Warriors 3-1 and also take a 2-0 series lead

AMBHL Playoffs
Bisons lead Royals 1-0 in the best of 3
Medicine Hat and Airdrie to begin tomorrow.
SSAC leads CAC 1-0 in the best of 3
Lloydminster leads Leduc 1-0 in the best 3

- All four division finals resume tomorrow evening.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Still on vacation...Brief Update

Most of you probably already know who is doing what in the playoffs across western Canada but here is a very brief run-down of where we are at.

BWC leads Surrey 1-0 
- Game 2 goes Thursday in Surrey.

Cloverdale leads Langley 1-0
- Game 2 goes tonight in Langley.

NSWC and Abbotsford are tied 0-0-1
- Game 2 goes Thursday in Abbotsford.

Semiahmoo leads Seafair 1-0-1
- Game 3 goes Thursday in Semiahmoo.

OMAHA Playoffs
Kamloops vs. Kelowna in Final
- Game 1 and Game 2 go this weekend

VIAHA Playoffs
Victoria leads Nanaimo 1-0
-Games 2 and 3 go this weekend.

AMBHL Playoffs Division Finals

1Wed-Feb-22CAC Inland CementSSAC Southgate Lions7:45pmConfederation
2Fri-Feb-24SSAC Southgate LionsCAC Inland Cement7:45pmCallingwood A
*3Sun-Feb-26CAC Inland CementSSAC Southgate Lions4:00pmSouthside
SSAC won the season Series 3-0-1 (23-15)
1Tue-Feb-21Leduc Oil KingsLloydminster Heat5:30pmCivic Centre
2Fri-Feb-24Lloydminster HeatLeduc Oil Kings7:30pmSobey's
*3Sat-Feb-25Leduc Oil KingsLloydminster Heat2:00pmServus-Rusway
Lloydminster won the season series 2-1-0 (16-12)
1Wed-Feb-22Calgary BisonsCalgary Royals7:45pmWinsport D
2Fri-Feb-24Calgary RoyalsCalgary Bisons7:15pmOptimist
*3Sun-Feb-26Calgary BisonsCalgary Royals1:45pmMax Bell 2
Royals won the season series 3-1-0 (13-8)
1Fri-Feb-24Airdrie XtremeMedicine Hat Hounds7:30pmMoose
2Sat-Feb-25Medicine Hat HoundsAirdrie Xtreme7:15pmTwin Blue
*3Sun-Feb-26Airdrie XtremeMedicine Hat Hounds1:00pmMoose

Medicine Hat won season series 2-1-0 (12-13)

SBAAHL Playoffs Round 1
Battlefords vs. Humboldt
West Central vs. Prince Albert
- North East and Sask Valley receive a bye.

Prairie Storm vs. Regina Canucks
Weyburn vs. Swift Current
Swift Current vs. Melville
Yorkton vs. Regina Oilers

Winnipeg Bantam League Playoffs

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2Feb 238:30 PMNotre DameSharks0Warriors0
3Feb 2612:00 PMNotre DameWarriors0Sharks0
4Feb 278:30 PMNotre DameSharks0Warriors0
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6Mar 18:30 PMNotre DameSharks0Warriors0
7Mar 32:30 PMNotre DameWarriors0Sharks0

8Feb 228:30 PMNotre DameMonarchs0Hawks0
9Feb 236:00 PMNotre DameHawks0Monarchs0
10Feb 262:30 PMNotre DameMonarchs0Hawks0
11Feb 276:00 PMNotre DameHawks0Monarchs0
12Feb 298:30 PMNotre DameMonarchs0Hawks0
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14Mar 312:00 PMNotre DameMonarchs0Hawks0

Eastman Minor Hockey Playoffs
Championship Flight
Southeast Blizzard vs. Kenora Thistles Best of 3 beginning this coming weekend.

Northern Knights leads Southwest Jets 1-0.  Games 2 and 3 this weekend.  

-Winners will play in the championship series for the AA rep at provincials.

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Blogging from the road

My family and I have decided to take a much needed holiday before things really start to heat up down the stretch with provincial camps and the later rounds of the playoffs.  With that said, here is a very brief update on the happenings.

Aidrie leads Lethbridge 1-0 in the best of 5
- They will play game 2 today and game 3 if nec tomorrow.
- Tristan Thompson had 2 goals in game 1.

Medicine leads Red Deer White 1-0 in the best of 5
- They will play game 2 today and game 3 if nec tomorrow.
- 98 born Jaeger White scored 3 in game 1.

Calgary Bisons and Calgary Bronks tied at 1-1
- The deciding game takes place tomorrow.
- Nick Merkley left the game with an apparent ankle injury
- 98 born Phillips had 2-2-4 last night for Bisons
- Hudson Elynuik has 4 pts in 2 games.

Calgary Northstar Sabres and Calgary Royals are tied 1-1
- The deciding game goes tomorrow.
- Royals Cole Josefchak leads them with 2 goals.
- Zach Sawchenko returned from injury last night, allowing 4 on 26 shots.
- Jordan Xavier has 4-2-6 in 2 games.

Leduc leads Camrose 1-0
- First game went to 2 OT
- Camrose F- Curtis Miske had 2-2-4 in game 1.
- Starzynski had 2 goals for Leduc and Young 1-2-3.

Lloydminster Leads Spruce Grove 1-0
- Game 2 goes today and game 3 tomorrow if nec.
- Chandler Klein had 1-2-3 for Lloyd in game 1.

Sherwood Park and Edmonton CAC are tied at 1
- Deciding game is this morning.
- Sherwood Park Sam Steel has 6 points in 2 games.
- CAC F- Dylan Stewart is injured in game 2.

Edmonton SSAC leads St. Albert 1-0
- Game 2 goes today and game 3 tomorrow if nec.
- 98 born D- David Quennville scores the OT winner in game 1 and had 2 goals.

Quebec Peewee International Tournament
The NSWC Winterhawks peewee squad have moved on to the quarter-finals against New Jersey today after a 4-3 over St. Louis yesterday.  Justin Almeida had 1-2-3 and Jordy Bellerive 0-2-2.  The Winnipeg Railcats got 2 goals each from Bealieau and Briscoe in a 6-5 win yesterday and advance to the semi-finals today in their division.

PCAHA Playoffs - Round 3
Semiahmoo 2 - Seafair 0

The Sask Valley Vipers defeat the North East Wolfpack in a first place showdown last night in Warman 4-0. The New York Times were actually in attendance as they have been following around the Wolfpack this week for an article they are writing on bantam hockey in Canada.

From Thursday night, one of the lone Saskatchewan rated first round prospects Jayden Halbgewachs scored 2-4-6 in a Balgonie 8-4 win over Yorkton.  Balgonie finishes the SBAAHL regular season as the leagues top team with a 21-2-1 record while Halbgewachs finished with 55-34-89 points.  He will finish second in league scoring behind Terrell Draude of Sask Valley.

In Regina, both Conner Chaulk and D- Michael Eskra had 3 goals in a 6-4 win over Moose Jaw.  Eskra led all SBAAHL defenceman in scoring with 20-17-37 this  year.  Chaulk had 19 goals this season.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Thursday, Feb 16

AMBHL Playoffs

Sherwood Park Flyers 6 - Edmonton CAC 2

The Flyers would build up period leads of 2-0 and 4-0 and eventually cruise to the easy 6-2 win over Edmonton CAC in a battle of offence vs. defence on Wednesday night.  Leading the way for Sherwood Park was team scoring leader in 98 born Sam Steel who had 2-2-4.  Grayson Pawlenchuk had 1-2-3 and we except Grayson to be drafted in the top 3 rounds this season.  Defenceman Cameron Reagan and Brendan Guhle each had 2 points.  G- Zachary Klassen stopped 36 of 38.  For CAC, it was Gammer and Holterhus scoring while Tyler Kwiatkowski stopped 30 of 36.

The AMBHL Playoffs continue this evening with Red Deer White visting Medicine Hat, Lethbridge heading to Airdrie and Spruce Grove playing Lloydminster.

The Flyers would build up period leads of 2-0 and 4-0 and eventually cruise to the easy 6-2 win over Edmonton CAC in a battle of offence vs. defence on Wednesday night.  Leading the way for Sherwood Park was team scoring leader in 98 born Sam Steel who had 2-2-4.  Grayson Pawlenchuk had 1-2-3 and we except Grayson to be drafted in the top 3 rounds this season.  Defenceman Cameron Reagan and Brendan Guhle each had 2 points.  G- Zachary Klassen stopped 36 of 38.  For CAC, it was Gammer and Holterhus scoring while Tyler Kwiatkowski stopped 30 of 36.

Calgary Bisons 3 - Calgary Bronks 2 OT
The Bisons take a 1-0 series lead with yet another AMBHL playoff game that required extra time.  The Calgary Bronks would take a 1-0 lead in to the 3rd period on a goal from Andrew Dunn.  Dunn had gone 20 regular season games without a goal!  The Bisons then got two goals in 56 secs to start the 3rd period on goals from Scott Suchan and Braylon Shmyr.  The Bisons held the lead for the rest of the 3rd period until captain Zac Whitby tied the game with just 50 seconds remaining.  Riley Morris who was selected as one of our AMBHL allstar goalies turned aside 44 of 46 shots he faced through regulation.  Logan Thompson of thel Bisons stopped 42 of 44 shots.  In overtime it was a pretty unlikely hero scoring the goal as Kobe Eagletail scored just about 5 minutes in to give the Bisons the win.  Eagletail had just 2 regular season goals.

Calgary Royals 3 - Calgary Northstar Sabres 2
The Royals fight back from a 2-1 late 2nd period deficit and score twice in the late stages of the 2nd and hold the lead in the 3rd for the win.  98 born F- Sean Montgomery, Cole Josefchak and D- Savi Scalise scored the winner for the Royals.  D- Andrew McCann added two assists.  G- Jake Morrissey stopped 21 of 23 shots.  Zach Sawchenko was back as the backup goalie.  No word on whether he will start next game or not.  For the Northstar Sabres, Jordan Xavier and Ben Zinkan replied.  Xavier added an assist for the only multiple point game.   Nicholas Patterson stopped 33 of 36.

The AMBHL Playoffs continue this evening with Red Deer White visting Medicine Hat, Lethbridge heading to Airdrie and Spruce Grove playing Lloydminster.

PCAHA Playoffs - Round 3
BWC vs TBA - 

Clovderale vs Langley
Feb 22, 28, 29 and March 6

NSWC vs Abbotsford
Feb 18, 23, 25 and March 1

Semiahmoo vs Seafir
Feb 16, 18, 23 and 25

VIAHA Finals
Nanaimo vs. Victoria
Feb 19, 25 and 26

OMAHA Playoffs
Vernon 4 - Kamloops 2
Kamloops 5 - Vernon 2
Deciding game on February 19

Saskatchewan SBAAHL Playoffs
The road to westerns in Saskatchewan will begin this coming Sunday, February 19.  It will feature all 6 teams from the SBAAHL North and 8 of 11 teams from the SBAAHL South.  All series will be a best of 3.  To this point the only series that have been decided are:

Manitoba Bantam Playoffs 

1Feb 226:00 PMNotre Dame1st Place Team04th Place Team0
2Feb 238:30 PMNotre Dame4th Place Team01st Place Team0
3Feb 2612:00 PMNotre Dame1st Place Team04th Place Team0
4Feb 278:30 PMNotre Dame4th Place Team01st Place Team0
5Feb 296:00 PMNotre Dame1st Place Team04th Place Team0
6Mar 18:30 PMNotre Dame4th Place Team01st Place Team0
7Mar 32:30 PMNotre Dame1st Place Team04th Place Team0

8Feb 228:30 PMNotre Dame2nd Place Team03rd Place Team0
9Feb 236:00 PMNotre Dame3rd Place Team02nd Place Team0
10Feb 262:30 PMNotre Dame2nd Place Team03rd Place Team0
11Feb 276:00 PMNotre Dame3rd Place Team02nd Place Team0
12Feb 298:30 PMNotre Dame2nd Place Team03rd Place Team0
13Mar 16:00 PMNotre Dame3rd Place Team02nd Place Team0
14Mar 312:00 PMNotre Dame2nd Place Team03rd Place Team0


15Mar 57:30 PMNotre DameWinner Series 10Winner Series 20
16Mar 67:30 PMNotre DameWinner Series 20Winner Series 10
17Mar 87:30 PMNotre DameWinner Series 10Winner Series 20
18Mar 103:45 PMNotre DameWinner Series 20Winner Series 10
19Mar 128:00 PMNotre DameWinner Series 10Winner Series 20
20Mar 147:30 PMNotre DameWinner Series 20Winner Series 10
21Mar 172:30 PMNotre DameWinner Series 10Winner Series 20

* Please NOTE:  The Eastman Bantam AAA Selects have already advanced to Provincials in Manitoba.  The Bantam AAA Rural other representative will be determined in Morden, MB from March 16-18.