Dauphin Herald Sports

The Dauphin Clippers senior boys volleyball team won the Neepawa Tigers Varsity Boys Tournament, Saturday. The Clippers opened the tournament with a 25-18 and 25-21 win over the Alonsa/McCreary co-op team, then beat the Portage Collegiate Trojans, 25-22 and 25-18. After a 25-21 and 24-25 split with the host Tigers,…
Tuesday, 17 October 2023 07:42

Rangers tame the Wild in Winnipeg

Tavyn Boychuk’s power-play goal, 1:44 into overtime lifted the Parkland Rangers to a 3-2 victory over the Winnipeg Wild, Saturday in Winnipeg, the team’s first W of the season. Cam Sarna opened the scoring just 1:29 into the contest and added his second midway through the period to give Parkland…
The Dauphin Kings ended a four-game home stand with a 4-3 overtime victory over the Neepawa Titans, Saturday at Credit Union Place. Trey Gnetz was the overtime hero for Dauphin, snapping home a shot past Neepawa netminder Mason Lobreau, who was stellar in goal, making 44 saves. For Gnetz, it…
Tuesday, 10 October 2023 08:33

Clippers set to host soccer provincials

Dauphin is set to host the Manitoba High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) soccer provincials, Oct. 13 and 14, at the Vermillion Park Sportsplex. The Dauphin Clippers girls and boys teams won the zone playoffs in Swan River, last Thursday, and will represent Zone 8 at provincials. Both Dauphin teams entered…
The Parkland Rangers were a little over two minutes away from their first victory of the young Manitoba U188 AAA Hockey League season, but instead had to settle for a single point in an overtime loss to the Eastman Selects, Saturday. Eastman scored a 4-3 come-from-behind overtime win, Saturday, erasing…
Tuesday, 10 October 2023 08:29

Kings stay hot to start the season

The Dauphin Kings rebounded from their first loss of the season with two of their best games of the year, last week. After dropping a 2-1 decision to the Selkirk Steelers, Oct. 1, Dauphin scored a 3-1 victory over the Virden Oil Capitals, Oct 5, followed by a dominating 6-2…
Tuesday, 10 October 2023 08:28

Clippers win 7s rugby provincials

The Dauphin Clippers girls 7s rugby team are provincial champions. After winning the Westman High School Rugby 7s championship, the Clippers were crowned the first-ever 7s provincial champions at the first-ever provincial tournament, Friday in Brandon. The Clippers clinched the league title by going 3-0 in the final of four…
Tuesday, 03 October 2023 07:43

Rangers fall in season opener

Once they got past the first-game nerves, the Parkland Rangers improved their play in the season opener against the Yellowhead Chiefs, Friday at Credit Union Place in Dauphin. But it wasn’t enough to secure a victory as the Rangers fell, 3-2. Rangers head coach Tyler Carefoot wasn’t pleased with the…
Tuesday, 03 October 2023 07:42

Clipper Roundup

The Dauphin Clippers boys golf team won a bronze medal at provincials, Sept. 29, at the Pleasant Valley Golf Club south of Belmont. Jackson Delaurier shot a 75 to finish one shot back of Neepawa’s Hayden Delaloye. Boston Karlson shot an 82, while Cash McCallum finished with an 87 and…
The Dauphin Kings suffered their first loss of the season, Sunday, when they dropped a 2-1 decision to the previously winless Selkirk Steelers at Credit Union Place. The loss came on the heels of a 4-3 overtime win over the Portage Terriers, Friday in Portage. That win improved Dauphin’s record…
The Clippers football team played its first home game of the Rural Manitoba Football League season, keeping the game close before the Interlake Thunder pulled away in the second half of a 32-0 win. The defence kept Interlake at bay for much of the first half as the Thunder only…
Tuesday, 26 September 2023 07:17

Walker, Fox on Canada West rugby radar

Three rugby players from Manitoba were chosen to attend Canada’s women’s U18 West camp in Shawnigan Lake, B.C., last month. Faith Burtnyck of Rapid City joined Dauphin’s Emma Fox, who is currently attending the University of Oklahoma, and Bree Walker of Ste. Rose at the camp, Aug. 14 to 20,…
Although he won his weight class at the recent Western Canadian Powerlifting Championships, Riley Bertrand felt he could have done better. Originally from Ste. Rose, Bertrand had a squat of 265-kg or 584 pounds, a bench press of 162.5-kg or 358 pounds and a deadlift of 292.5-kg or 645 pounds…
The Dauphin Kings dominated their home and season opener, Friday night, against the Swan Valley Stampeders. It took the Kings more than eight minutes to find the net, but when they did, they opened the flood gates, building a 4-0 lead after the first period and extending it to 6-1…
It’s come down to crunch time for the Dauphin Kings. Coming off a pair of losses in which they perhaps deserved a better fate, the team’s coaching staff has cut down the roster to 27 players, two of whom are currently injured. Kings head coach and general manager Doug Hedley…
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