Estevan Minor Box Lacrosse’s teams in the South Saskatchewan Lacrosse League had a busy weekend.
The Estevan MNP midget Voltz opened their season with a pair of dominating victories, defeating Standing Buffalo 10-1 and 18-1. Both games were played at the Power Dodge Ice Centre on Sunday.
Their next game is Thursday night at Affinity Place at 7:15 p.m. against the Weyburn Thrashers.
The Power Dodge bantam Voltz continued their strong start to the season, as they won twice and tied one to improve their record to 3-0-1.
The bantams defeated the Prince Albert Outlaws 16-3 on Saturday, and then picked up three of a possible four points against Standing Buffalo on Sunday, winning 11-6 and tying them 9-9.
They don’t have another league game until early June.
The peewee Regens Metals Voltz had just one game on the weekend, losing 8-3 to the Swift Current Rampage on the road on Sunday.
They’ll return to the court on May 25 when they host the Swift Current Wolverines.
The novice McDonalds Voltz were shut out in their two games on the weekend, losing 4-0 MW and 4-0 to the Rampage TT. Both games were played May 12 in Swift Current.
Their next game will be May 22 at home against the Weyburn Threshers at 7 p.m. at Affinity Place.
The two teams in the Prairie Gold Lacrosse League also had a busy weekend. The senior Impact dropped both of the games they played, losing 15-8 to the Saskatoon Steelers on Saturday and 13-6 to the Prince Albert Outlaws.
The Impact’s record stands at 1-4. They will host the Saskatoon Brewers on May 25 at 1 p.m., and the Saskatoon Sr. Swat on May 26 at 1 p.m. Both games will be played at Affinity Place.
The junior Big Dogs, meanwhile, won their lone game of the weekend, as they defeated the Saskatoon Jr. Swat 10-6 at the Power Dodge Ice Centre to improve their record to 1-3. Their next game is May 26 at Affinity Place against the Standing Buffalo Fighting Sioux.