Hockey Saskatchewan announced the draws for the provincial playoffs Wednesday.
This year, the provincials will include Senior, U18, U15, U13 and female U13 hockey, with Weyburn and area well represented in the tournaments.
There are four Weyburn teams that will be playing in the tournaments, competing in the U18, U15, U13 and female U13 A divisions. All four teams from Weyburn will start the provincials against Swift Current. No dates for the games have been set as of yet.
In Senior hockey, Milestone will be playing in the A division and will open up against the winner of a series between Drake and Balcarres. Odessa is playing in the B division and takes on the winner of a series between Grenfell and Rocanville. The Big Six Hockey League will be represented by Carnduff, Redvers and Moosomin in the C division. Carnduff takes on Assiniboia, Redvers plays Davidson and Moosomin goes up against Wynyard.
For the U18 tournament, Weyburn plays Swift Current in the A division, with the winner advancing to play either Yorkton or Estevan. The U18 C division will see Kipling up against Rosetown, while Carlyle plays Davidson. The D division has Radville open up against Lafleche in the first round.
Weyburn will start the U15 A division against Swift Current with the winner playing against Yorkton. Milestone is competing in the C division, playing against Strasbourg. Radville is in the D division and starts the tournament against Muenster.
The male U13 A division will have Weyburn against Swift Current to start things off, with the winner playing either Estevan or Yorkton. Midale plays Lafleche in the first round of the D division tournament, with Radville taking on Gravelbourg. The winners of those two series will meet in the second round. Avonlea plays Gull Lake and Rouleau takes on Beechy, with those winners advancing to face each other in the next round as well.
The female U13 A division has Weyburn playing Swift Current and the winner advancing to face Melville in the second round. Radville is in the B division and opens up against Lafleche.