The Moose Jaw Warriors won two out of three games over the weekend. The team fell 6-3 in Saskatoon to the Blades on Friday night, bouncing back with a 6-3 win over the Blades Saturday and followed that up with another 6-3 win, this time over the Pats in Regina. 

Denton Mateychuk added his name to the record books with his 213th career point, the most ever by a Warriors' defenceman.

The Warriors have two more regular season games before playoffs. They next face off against the Wheat Kings in Brandon on Thursday night.

The U15 A Warriors are ending their playoff run after losing 5-4 in overtime to the Thunder.

In high school basketball regionals, the South Hill Royal Falcons beat the Unity Warriors 74-68. Drew Biette was top scorer of the game with 20 points.

Other winners include Senior Girls from Central Collegiate, Peacock Collegiate, and Senior Boys from Peacock Collegiate.

The Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation have announced that teachers will be withdrawing voluntary services for Hoopla as the collective bargaining impasse with the province continues.

The STF previously posted a letter of support from Roger Morgan, Hoopla Committee Chair. He said that Hoopla is "more than just a tournament" and added "the ripple effect of cancelling Hoopla will be felt provincially but extensively by the organizers, supporting businesses, and the community of Moose Jaw". 

The Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association says that HOOPLA will still proceed if sanctions are lifted before 3 p.m. on Wednesday. 

In the NHL last night, it was the Winnipeg Jets over the Columbus Blue Jackets 6-1, and Ottawa fell to the Carolina Hurricanes 7-2.

In the NBA the Toronto Raptors lost 111-96 to the Orlando Magic.

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