The Moose Jaw Bantam 'A' Mavericks were tested to keep their undefeated season going on Friday night, as they edged the Swift Current Colts 4-3 at the Kinsmen Arena.

The win finishes off a perfect regular season for the Mavericks, who posted a 22-0-0 record in the Saskatchewan Female Hockey League.

The final win wasn't easy though, Swift Current opened the scoring just 42 seconds into the game on a goal from Brogan Carlson.

Moose Jaw was able to tie the game up midway through the first on Nikita Halyk's 25th goal of the season.

Jesse Mielke put the Mavericks in front 2-1 early in the second period, but Swift Current's Sadie Keller pulled the Colts even heading into the third period.

In the third, Chloe Shumaker found the back of the net midway through the frame to put the Colts back in front 3-2, but the Mavericks didn't go away without a fight.

Halyk scored her second of the game with 7:42 to play and then Taylor Luciak scored the game-winner with exactly two minutes to play.

Brooke Archer backstopped Moose Jaw to the win in goal.

The Mavericks finish the regular season in first place in the South Division, 10 points ahead of the Colts. The playoffs start next week.

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NoviceB BlueWarriors Lumsden Feb10The Moose Jaw Novice 'B' Blue Warriors celebrate following their tournament title win over the weekend in Lumsden. (Submitted photo)

The Moose Jaw Novice 'B' Blue Warriors came home with some extra hardware from the Lumsden/Bethune Novice 'B' Lions Tournament on the weekend.

The Blue Warriors dominated the field on their way to the title, edging the Moose Jaw Green Warriors, 7-3, in the 'A' final to capture the tournament.

Moose Jaw opened with a 13-3 win over the Regina Jets and then followed that up with a 9-1 win over the Regina Falcons in their second game.

The Blue Warriors will be back in action on Saturday when they face the Black Warriors at the Bert Hunt Arena.

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The Moose Jaw Midget 'AA' Warriors had a rough weekend as they played three games in three nights and lost all three.

The Warriors opened the three-in-three with a 6-0 loss to the Yorkton Terriers on Friday night. Moose Jaw then returned home and dropped a 12-0 game to the Estevan Bruins on Saturday.

The weekend came to an end with the Warriors losing 12-0 to the Vics in Regina on Sunday.

Moose Jaw is now 2-32-0 this season in the Saskatchewan AA Hockey League. The Warriors return to game action on Thursday when they host the Lumsden/Bethune Lions at the Bert Hunt Arena. Puck drops at 7:15 p.m.

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The Moose Jaw Bantam 'A' Warriors dropped both their games over the weekend in Hockey Regina League action.

Moose Jaw opened the weekend with a 5-3 loss to the Prairie Storm Thunder on home ice at the Red Knight Arena on Friday night. Jacob King, Hayden Hudyma, and Mac Simpson scored for the Warriors in the loss.

The Warriors returned to the ice at the Red Knight Arena on Sunday afternoon and lost 7-3 to the Regina Blues. Ashton Glova led Moose Jaw with a goal and two points, while King and Erik Tittemore picked up the other markers.

In other Hockey Regina action, the Midget 'A' Warriors lost 9-1 to the Notre Dame Hounds on Saturday and dropped a 6-3 game to the Prairie Storm on Sunday.

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