The U18 AAA Richardson Pioneer Gold Wings played just one game on the weekend, traveling to Swift Current for a matinee matchup with the Wildcats on Sunday afternoon. The Gold Wings would find themselves down 2-1 after 20 minutes, but wouldn’t be able to rally back, falling 5-2.  

Ayla Klus scored her second goal of the season for Weyburn in the loss, while Kaydance Ray notched her third of the season in the third period.  


There was just one game on the weekend for the U18 AA Aaron Well Servicing Gold Wings, as they played host to the Regina Rebels on Saturday afternoon. Weyburn would score the game's first goal, but then Regina replied with four unanswered markers to win 4-1.  

Alex Reid had the lone goal for the Gold Wings in the loss.  


The U16 Agriterra Wings played two games at home against the Prince Albert Renegades this past weekend. Saturday, they needed overtime but beat the Renegades 7-6. They followed it up with a 7-2 drubbing of Prince Albert on Sunday.  

Evan Duke and Kail Hilstrom scored twice each Saturday afternoon, with Marcus Quigley and Austin Sawatsky also tallying in regulation. Rhett Weichel had the game-winner in overtime.  

Sunday, the Wings opened up an early lead and would go on to pick up the 7-2 victory. Weichel had two goals in the win. Also finding the back of the net Sunday were Duke, Sawatzky, Graidan Irwin, Owen Pushie, and Brody Morrice.  


The U15 Whitecap Resources Gold Wings traveled to Lumsden for a game against the Lynx Friday night. While the Gold Wings would score first, the Lynx replied with three goals to take the lead and held on for a 3-2 victory.  

Chelsea Madden scored her fifth of the campaign in the first period, while Alexis Bauman added a late power-play goal for her third of the season.  


The U13 AA Young Fellows Gold Wings had two home games on the weekend – one in Estevan on Saturday, and another in Weyburn on Sunday.  

The game on Saturday was against the Regine Rebels White squad. The game would be a defensive matchup, with Ayla Spagrud giving the Gold Wings the lead late in the second. A third-period goal for Regina, though, would even things up and they would finish tied 1-1.  

Sunday, Jorja Rutledge and Ruby Lund each scored two goals to help lift the team to a 6-2 victory over the Western Prairie Thunder. Bree Poelen and Spagrud also found the back of the net in the win.  


The U13 AA Young Fellows Wings played a pair of games on the weekend as well, both at home.  

Saturday, they entertained the Regina Tigers. Regina would come out to an early lead, and hold off Weyburn for a 4-1 victory. The lone goal for the Wings came courtesy of Titan Sauter.  

Sunday, Prairie Storm was in town, and they would put up a big lead early, going on to win 10-1. Ethan Deck scored the goal for the Wings.  

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