High School Roundup (MB) [6]: Steinbach welcomes a new family member

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John Potter Division (AAA)



Sisler Spartans (20), Oak Park Raiders (19)

The Sisler Spartans took possession of 2nd place over the weekend when they defeated Oak Park, 20-19. Sisler is in 2nd at 5-1, while the Raiders are 0-5-1.

Grant Park Pirates (29), Steinbach Sabres (12)

Grant Park defeated the Steinbach Sabres 29-12 in the CFC game of the week to get their third win of the season. The Pirates are in fifth place at 3-1-1. Steinbach is 1-4.

Players of the Week in the John Potter Division

Offensive- Cody Gushulak from the Grant Park Pirates had 362 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns to lead Grant Park over Steinbach.

Defensive- Oak Park’s Eric Rivera earned 8.5 tackles in a loss to Sisler.

Special- Sisler Spartans’ Easton Montour’s long snaps in pressure and special teams tackles helped to lead Sisler over Oak Park.

Coming up this week in the Potter Division…

On Thursday, the Steinbach Sabres will welcome the Sturgeon Heights Huskies for a game at 4:00 pm and Dakota will host the Garden City Gophers at 5:00 pm.

Friday the Vincent Massey Trojans meet Oak Park at 5:00 pm at the Charleswood Broncos Field and at 7:15 the Sisler Spartans battle the Grant Park Pirates at the Bisons’ East Field.



Kas Vidruk Division (AA)

Elmwood Giants (0), St. Paul’s Crusaders (27)

The St. Paul’s Crusaders are in a tie for second place with Dryden after defeating the Elmwood Giants, 27-0. St. Paul’s is in second at 5-1. Elmwood is searching for their first win at 0-6.

River East Kodiaks (19), Neelin Spartans (8)

The River East Kodiaks earned a big 19-8 win over the Neelin Spartans. With the win, the Kodiaks are tied with Neelin and the Portage Collegiate Trojans for 5th place at 3-3.

Kelvin Clippers (9), Dryden Eagles (7)

The game of the week in the Vidruk Division saw the Kelvin Clippers stay unbeaten, while the Dryden Eagles drop to 5-1. Kelvin is in top spot at 6-0.

Crocus Plains Plainsmen (13), Vincent Massey Vikings (16)

The Vincent Massey Vikings squeaked out a win against the Crocus Plains Plainsmen, 16-13. The Vikings improve to 4-2. Crocus Plains is now 1-5 on the season.

Portage Collegiate Trojans (36), Miles Macdonell (28)

The Portage Collegiate Trojans defeated the Miles Macdonell Buckeyes 36-28 to get back to an even 3-3. Miles Mac is winless at 0-6.

Players of the Week in the Kas Vidruk Division

Offensive- Kelvin Clippers Mohammed Irandost had 20 carries for 183 yards to help lead Kelvin over Dryden.

Defensive- Thomas Moline from the Dryden Eagles earned 8 tackles, 2 interceptions at 1 sack in a loss to Kelvin.

Special Teams- Miles Macdonell’s Braeden Smith returned 6 punt/kickoff returns for 172 yards (28.6 yard average) in a losing cause to Portage.

On tap this week in the Vidruk Division…

On Thursday the River East Kodiaks will host the Miles Macdonnell Maroons at 4:00pm, the Crocus PLais Plainsmen have a meeting with the Neelin Spartans at Neelin at 4:00pm and the Elwmood Giants will welcome the Kelvin Clippers at 5:00 pm.

On Friday the Dryden Eagles travel to Brandon to meet up with the Vincent Massey Vikings at 4:00pm and the Portage Collegiate Trojans will welcome the St. Paul’s Crusaders at 4:00 PM.


Andy Currie Division (A)

Daniel MacIntyre Maroons (54), West Kildonan Wolverines (6)

The Daniel MacIntyre Maroons walked all over the West Kildonan Wolverines 54-6 to keep their unbeaten streak alive at 6-0. With the loss, West Kildonan falls to 4-2.

St. John’s Tigers (7), Kildonan East Reivers (28)

The Kildonan East Reivers won their fourth game of the season 28-7 over the St. John’s Tigers. Kildonan East is tied for third with West Kildonan at 4-2. St. John’s is tied for fifth with St. Norbert with a record of 3-3.

Churchill Bulldogs (43), Maples Marauders (22)

The Churchill Bulldogs beat the Maples Marauders 43-22 to get their first win of the season. The Maples Marauders are 0-6 with the loss.

Beaver Brae Broncos (41), Tec Voc Hornets (0)

The Beaver Brae Broncos shut-out the Tec Voc Hornets 41-0 and are now one of two teams at 6-0. Tec Voc is 1-5 on the year. Beaver Brae is tied for top spot in the Currie Division with the Daniel MacIntyre Maroons.

Fort Frances Muskies (14), St. Norbert Celtics (36)

The St. Norbert Celtics with their third game of the season 36-14 over the Fort Frances Muskies. St. Norbert is in fifth at 3-3. Fort Frances is now 2-4 this season.

Players of the Week in the Andy Currie Division

Offensive – Kildonan East’s Michael Goldenstein hauled in 7 passes for 121 yards and 2 touchdowns to lead Kildonan East over St. John’s.

Defensive- Peter Orajekwe from the Churchill Bulldogs had 4 sacks (tying to season mark of 11) and 4 tackles in the Bulldogs’ win over the Marauders.

Special- Churchill Bulldogs’ Pedro Quadros was successful on 4 converts and 1 field goal. Pedro also had a 37 yard punting average and a 51 yard average on kickoffs in Churchill’s win over the Maples.

What’s happening this week in the Currie Division…

On Thursday the Churchill Bulldogs take on the Hornets at Tec Voc at 4:00 pm and also on Thursday the Kildonan East Reivers will entertain the West Kildonan Wolverines at East Side at 4:30 pm.

On Friday the Fort Frances Muskies travel to Winnipeg to meet the St. John’s Tigers at the Nomads Field at 4:00pm, The Beaver Brae Broncos will also travel to Winnipeg to battle the Daniel MacIntyre Maroons at Daniel Mac at 4:00pm and the Maples Marauders will battle the St. Norbert Celtics at the Bisons East Field at 5:00 pm.


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