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Olympic Dream Close for Lawrence/Swiegers

  The Virden-based figure skating duo of Paige Lawrence and Rudi Swiegers could official be Canadian Olympians by Saturday evening.    The senior pairs competition is one of the first things on the schedule at the...[more]


Friday's Sports Briefs

- Wheat Kings' goaltender Jordan Papirny has been on quite a roll as of late.  The rookie is 5-0 with a 1.77 goals against average and .935 save percentage in his last five starts entering Brandon's weekend doubleheader...[more]


Bobcats Set to Start 2nd Half

  The Brandon University men's basketball team is just fine between the ears going into the second-half of their Canada West season.    "I have 100 percent confidence," third-year guard Ilarion Bonhomme...[more]


Day Two at Scotties

  There are just three undefeated teams after two days of the Scotties Tournament of Hearts Provincial Women's Curling Championship at Tundra Oil & Gas Place in Virden.    Barb Spencer is the lone 4-and-0 team...[more]


Thursday's Scoreboard

Manitoba AAA Midget Hockey LeagueSouthwest 5 Norman 4 Westman High School Hockey LeagueRivers/Elton 2 Crocus 1 National Hockey LeagueSt. Louis 5 Calgary 0Carolina 6 Toronto 1Anaheim 4 Nashville 3Florida 2 Buffalo 1...[more]


Montgomery Promoted to World Cup

  The chances of Russell product Jon Montgomery getting to defend his Olympic gold medal have gotten a lot higher.   Montgomery has been promoted to Canada's World Cup team for this weekend's men's skeleton...[more]


Oil Caps' Fight for Top Spot

  The Virden Oil Capitals are in a dog-fight for top spot in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League's Sherwood Division.    The Oil Caps have a one point lead over the second-place Dauphin Kings, with each team having...[more]


Day One of Scotties in Books

   Day one is in the books at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts Provincial Women's Curling Championship at Tundra Oil & Gas Place in Virden.    Top-seed Chelsea Carey blew a 7-4 lead with two ends to play...[more]


Oil Caps' Compensation Up in Air

  The repercussions of a cancelled Manitoba Junior Hockey League game December 21st between the Virden Oil Capitals and Neepawa Natives is still up in the air.    The Natives were unable to ice a team with the...[more]


Thursday's Sports Briefs

- Six deals were made in the Western Hockey League Wednesday as teams continue to make roster adjustments in advance of Friday's trade deadline.  Among the deals Wednesday were the Kamloops Blazers sending Wawanesa product...[more]

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