That's a wrap on the 2022-23 regular season for the Moose Jaw Warriors, as they split the weekend. On Friday night, it was a 5-3 win over the Prince Albert Raiders and then fell 6-3 to the Saskatoon Blades at home on Saturday night in their regular-season finale. Their focus now shifts to the first round of the WHL Playoffs, which kicks off on Friday night at the Hangar against the Lethbridge Hurricanes. The puck drop for Game 1 is at 7:00 p.m. and all the action can be found on Country 100. 

Team Saskatchewan from the Moose Jaw Curling Centre won the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship on home ice on Friday.

Lead Moose Gibson, second Darwin Bender, third Marie Wright and skip Gilbert Dash downed Northern Ontario 6-2 in the final.

For Marie Wright, this is her fourth national title and she said it was great to win it in front of the hometown crowd.

"You look up in the crowd and you see the fans waving and sometimes they were even doing the wave it was great to see," she said.

The defending champs will try and do it again as Moose Jaw will be hosting nationals next year as well.

A big congratulations to the Central Collegiate senior boys' and the Vanier senior girls' basketball squads as they walked away as 4A provincial champions over the weekend at HOOPLA. Central won their third-straight provincial title taking down Saskatoon's Marion Graham 95-68 in the gold medal game. Vanier claimed their first provincial championship since 2010, as they beat Lumsden 74-50 in their gold medal game. 

Central Boys Mar 27.jpg The Central Collegiate senior boys' squad captured their third-straight provincial title over the weekend. Photo credit: Central Collegiate/Facebook

Sticking with high school basketball, Tommy Vincent and Ava Nichols of Central Collegiate will be representing their school and city at the Basketball Sask Senior Classic this weekend in Saskatoon. 

Tommy and Ava Mar 27.jpg Both Ava and Tommy will represent Central Collegiate and their city at this weekend's Basketball Sask Senior Classic. Photo credit: Central Collegiate/Facebook. 

The Moose Jaw Carpet One U13 A Mavericks #2 squad was crowned provincial champions over the weekend taking down the Mavericks #1 team, 2-1 in Game 3. The Mavericks #2 team will kick off their league-final matchup against the Parkland Fire on Monday night in Melville at 6:45 p.m.

MJ Mavericks Mar 27.jpg The Moose Jaw Carpet One U13 A Mavericks #2 squad are provincial champions after taking down the Mavericks #1 2-1 over the weekend. Photo credit: Moose Jaw Minor Hockey/Facebook

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