It's day two of the 2024 Canadian U18 Curling Championships in Ottawa. Shaela Hayward of Carman along with lead Rylie Cox, second India Young and third Keira Krahn have a 3-0 round robin record. Hayward defeated Megan Rempel of B.C. 9-1 and Hannah Connolly of Newfoundland & Labrador 9-4. Nash Sugden of Morden with third Tyler Fehr, second Tanner Treichel and lead Ryan Thiessen lost 5-3 to Simon Perry of Newfoundland & Labrador and are 0-2. Rylan Campbell of the Altona Curling Club along with third Logan Zacharias, second Nick Senff and lead Rylan Graham are 1-1 and have the day off.
Keith Grondin scored his second goal of the game at 4:59 of overtime to lift the Winkler Royals past the Portage Islanders 4-3 at the Centennial Arena. Aaron Lewadniuk and Mark Hildebrand had the other Winkler goals. Tanner Lesann had a pair of goals for Portage. Riley Hay also scored for the Islanders (9-7-2) who finished in fourth place. The SEMHL's regular season schedule ends Tuesday night when the Notre Dame Hawks host the Red River Wild. The Hawks (7-7-2-1) are one point back of the fifth place Royals (8-8-1-1) who won five of their last six games. The Wild (12-3-0-2) will finish in third spot.
Isaiah Peters, Dalton Andrew and Trent Penner scored two goals each and Liam Ernst made 13 saves in recording the shutout as the Winkler Flyers blanked the Swan Valley Stampeders 7-0. Marek Miller had the other Flyers goal. Brody Beauchemin chipped in with three assists.
Ryler Gates made 40 saves in the Pembina Valley Hawks 6-2 victory over the Thistles in Kenora. Haiden Friesen, Liam Goertzen, Ryder Wolfe, Cade McCallum, Adrien McIntosh and Acoyen Fehr did the goal scoring for the Hawks.
The Brandon Wheat Kings dropped a 3-1 decision to the Western Hockey League's Eastern Conference leading Blades in Saskatoon. Luke Shipley had the lone goal for the Wheat Kings. Brandon netminder Carson Bjarnason made 32 saves.
Montreal and New York were winners in the Professional Women's Hockey League Sunday. Laura Stacey potted the winner 2:36 into overtime as Montreal shaded Boston 2-1. Alex Carpenter scored her second goal of the game 2:12 into overtime to lift New York past Ottawa 4-3. Elm Creek's Corinne Schroeder made 39 saves in net for New York.
Stony Mountain's Aaron Cockerill fired a final round five-under par 67 and finished in a tie for 6th place at the DP World Tour's Bahrain Championship. Cockerill was five shots back of Dylan Frittelli.