It all starts for real this week! The Western Hockey League regular season is upon us. The Moose Jaw Warriors will open with a home-and-home series against the Regina Pats, Friday in Regina and Saturday in Moose Jaw.

The Warriors split a pair of pre-season games with Brandon on the weekend, beating the Wheat Kings 4-3 Friday but dropping a 4-0 decision Saturday.

"We got a lot of really good young players coming up, you know, in a couple of years they're gonna be guys that can play in this league and play well in this league. The takeaway is the future is bright," said Scott King, Warriors assistant coach.

And some of those young players will hang around for a few days with seven Warriors at pro camps this week.

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In case you missed it, the Edmonton Elks upset the Saskatchewan Roughriders 26-24 Friday night.  The Riders dropped to 6 and 8 on the season. They are off this week and back in action in Winnipeg on Friday, September 30.

In local high school football, the Weyburn Eagles came to Moose Jaw and upset the Central Cyclones 27-7 on Saturday.  The Eagles improve to 1-1, Cyclones now 2-1.

University of Saskatchewan Huskies are 3-0 on the season after an 11-10 win over the Regina Rams Saturday at Mosaic Stadium.  Rams now 2 and 1.

Canadian Junior Football League action on the weekend, the Regina Thunder beat the Saskatoon Hilltops 23-7.  The Thunder are undefeated this season with a 5 and 0 record and sit alone in first place in the Prairie Conference.

Toronto Blue Jays lost to Baltimore 5-4 yesterday.  The Jays still own the top wildcard spot in the American League.

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