Bearcats female teams have been busy

Estevan’s female hockey players got some Saskatchewan Female Hockey League games in just before the Christmas break.

The Estevan Peewee Bearcats (5-7-0) lost a pair of high scoring games to the visiting Parkland Fire (10-4-1) over the weekend, dropping an 11-7 game Friday and 5-4 decision Saturday at the Power Dodge Ice Centre. Friday, Kaylin Wilhelm scores four goals and an assist, while Pauren Hassler scored two and Kasenya Einarson added a single.

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Saturday, the Fire scored with 3:14 left in the third period to break a 4-4 tie and held on for the win. Wilhelm scored twice, and Einarson and Teanna Trobert also scored for the Bearcats. Riley Scott was in net for the Bearcats for both games.  

The peewee Bearcats’ next game is Jan. 5 at the Ochapowace Thunder (5-6-1).

The bantam Bearcats (4-9-2) have been off since Dec. 15, a 5-2 loss to the Regina Shamrocks (8-5-1), and their next game is Jan. 6 at the Communiskate in Balgonie against the Prairie Storm (3-8-1).

In atom action. the Estevan Bearcats 1 (6-3-0) defeated the Estevan Senchuk Bearcats (7-5-1) 5-3 Saturday at the Power Dodge Ice Centre. Scorers were unavailable. The Bearcats battle each other again Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Power Dodge Ice Centre.

In the midget ranks, the Southeast Goldwings midget AA team (11-1-0) will play Jan. 6 in Midale against the Notre Dame Hounds (3-8-1). The midget A TS&M Goldwings (2-5-5) won 2-0 Saturday at Midale against the visiting Carlyle Wildcats (0-11-3). Neve Stajniak and Jaycee McLellan scored the Goldwings’ goals. Aaliyah McLean got the shutout in net. Those Wildcats return to league action Jan. 9 at the Regina Renegades (9-3-1). 

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