The Peguis Juniors and St. Malo Warriors battled it out for the 2017/18 KJHL league championship with the Juniors coming out on top at Peguis Multiplex, in their final game of the season, April 11. Photo from

Peguis Juniors KJHL league champions

The Peguis Juniors prevailed over the St. Malo Warriors with their fourth win in the fifth round in the 2017/18 Keystone Junior Hockey League playoffs at The Peguis Multiplex Centre, April 11.

The Peguis Juniors defeated the St. Malo Warriors on home ice and March 29 . Above: Peguis Juniors at their home opening game for the 2017/18 season against the OCN Storm at Peguis Multiplex Oct. 7.

Juniors defending 3-1 against Warriors, KJHL final

The Peguis Juniors are in contention of defending their championship title against the St. Malo Warriors as they celebrated their third win after the fourth round in the best-of- seven championship series of the Keystone Junior Hockey League playoffs, April 8.

Colton Lott and Kadriana Sahaidak recently represented Team Manitoba at the 2018 Mixed Doubles Curling Championships. The duo returned home with silver medals April 2.

Curling newby turning heads

Kadriana Sahaidak has caught the curling world in Canada by storm. Sahaidak is considered a new comer when it comes to competitive curling, but has had a remarkable debut in the world of mixed doubles.

The winning team, Animoozeebeng, poses with their trophy and championship banner for 2018.

Ashern’s third annual Louis Riel Classic

Another Louis Riel Classic is in the books with Animoozeebeng coming out on top in a thrilling gold medal game, according to president of Ashern Arena, Tyler Geisler. Five teams in total played in the event where he said lots of fun hockey took place March 23 to 25. Geisler extends his gratitude to the volunteers, players and fans who all made it c

Dayne Finnson, keeps making headlines. Here he stands with his Jason Gow Memorial Award presented by Grizzlies Play by Play broadcaster, Scott Didmon, on April 24, 2017.

Arborg hockey champion accepts UAH scholarship

The Victoria Grizzlies were pleased to announce that their trusted defenceman, Dayne Finnson, has accepted a scholarship to play for the University of Alabama-Huntsville next season. The announcement was made March 20 and will see Finnson playing for the Chargers, NCAA Division 1 hockey club after playoffs.

Julie Belley will be offering dance classes in the sand. (Brook Jones/Selkirk Journal/Postmedia Network)

Working out in sand

Fitness instructor Julie Belley will be offering dance classes in the sand called Rebelleyus at the Beach Volleyball Centre in the RM of East St. Paul.

Orangetheory Fitness owner Melissa Sobey during lifts weights during the opening of the local fitness centre in East St. Paul March 15. (Brook Jones/Selkirk Journal/Postmedia Network)

Sweating orange

Orangetheory has 1,000 studies worldwide and not there is s a location in East St. Paul thanks to Melissa Sobey.

Nate Halvorsen and Nico Labossiere and were named the team’s Most Valuable Player. (Submitted Photo By River City Photography)

Steelers hand out awards

The Selkirk Steelers honoured outstanding accomplishments by members of their player roster during the 2017-18 Manitoba Junior Hockey League season, at their annual awards dinner at Gaffers Restaurant in Lockport March 24.

Jets in MMJHL semi-finals

The Stonewall Jets have secured a place in the MMJHL semifinal playoffs, after defeating the St. James Canucks 4-2 in their best-of-seven playoff round.

Saints, Lakers miss out on provincial banners

The Teulon Collegiate Institute Saints girls’ basketball team and the Gimli High School Lakers boys’ basketball team represented the Interlake in the Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association’s A/AA JV Boys and Girls Basketball Provincial Championships, but both teams fell short of gold.