Dauphin, Canada

The Dauphin Clippers have clinched first place in the Rural Manitoba Football League and will have home-field advantage for the playoffs. 

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The Parkland Rangers are still without their first home win of the season after going 0-2 during a two game home stand this week.

The Rangers were defeated 5-1 by the Pembina Valley Hawks on Saturday, and 3-1 by the Interlake Lightning.

Andrew Liwiski notched the first marker of the game in Saturday's tilt. Tanyon Koshowski scored in Sunday's late stage comeback bid which fell short. 

The Rangers look ahead to the Midget Showcase in Portage next weekend where they'll take on Pembina Valley again and have their third meeting with the Kenora Thistles this season. 

 

The Steinbach Pistons are the first MJHL club to reach the ten win mark this season.

Steinbach were the first to find the board, with Bradley Schoonbaert scoring just 59 seconds into the game. He would score again in the first period to take a 2-0 lead into the second.

The Kings answered back with two goals in the second as Keaton Leininger scored his third of the season and Matty Greening notched his second on the year. 

Two minutes later Dawson Bacon was assessed a questionable holding penalty, former King Landon Plett scored the game-winning-goal on the ensuing power play 25 seconds in.

The Pistons added an insurance marker with 50 seconds left in the frame courtesy of Julien Koga.

Brandon Holtby started the third period and surrendered no goals.

The Kings now look ahead to a road game Tuesday in Waywayseecappo to play the winless Wolverines, before a double-header in Steinbach next weekend as the Kings will play the rest of October on the road. Their next home game is Nov. 4 against Winkler. 

 

The Dauphin Kings were shutout by the Portage Terriers Friday night at PCU Centre.

The Kings held the Terriers off the board in the first, despite giving Portage four and two minute power plays.

Tensions started boil over in the third period as three fights occured. Keaton Leininger, Austin Douglas, and Trevor Selk all dropped the gloves for the Kings.

The Kings are next in action against Steinbach at home Saturday, their last home game of October.