Shaela Hayward, Keira Krahn, India Young and Rylie Cox of the Carman Curling Club will play for gold at the 2024 Canadian U18 Curling Championship in Ottawa. Team Hayward defeated Rebecca Regan of Nova Scotia 4-2 Friday night and will face Jolianne Fortin of Quebec at 3:30 p.m. in the gold medal game. Rylan Campbell, Logan Zacharias, Nick Senff and Rylan Graham of the Altona Curling Club defeated Riley Winters of Northern Ontario 8-5 and will face Owen Nicholls of Ontario in the Consolation B final.

Reid Carruthers of the Granite will take on Riley Smith of Charleswood and Ryan Wiebe of Fort Rouge will meet clubmate Braden Calvert in the Playoff Round “A” side qualifying games on the 9 a.m. draw at the 2024 Viterra Provincial Men’s Curling Championship in Stonewall. The winners will play in the 1-1 page playoff game tonight at 6 p.m. CurlManitoba announced on Friday that Portage la Prairie will host the 2025 Viterra Championship.

Lauren Weselak of Morden Collegiate will meet Karys Buchalter of West Kildonan and Colton Olafson of Portage Collegiate will face Blake Good of Stonewall in the semifinals of the Provincial High School Curling Championships at the Heather Curling Club in Winnipeg. Rylan Hiebert & Kamryn Klassen of Garden Valley have a 3-1 round robin record at the Provincial Mixed Doubles championship at the Pembina Curling Club.

The Winkler Flyers lost 2-0 to OCN. Tomas Anderson made 25 saves in recording the shutout for the Blizzard. Winkler’s Malachi Klassen faced 30 shots.

Caelan Russell had a first period hat trick as Pembina Valley defeated the River East Royal Knights 9-2. Ryan Orchard added a pair of goals for the Twisters while singles went to Josh Guilford, Max Collet, Derek Wiebe and Kyle Van Deynze.

Pembina Valley dropped a 6-2 decision to the Central Plains Capitals. Sophie Armit and Sophia Cox did the goal scoring for the Hawks.

Rylen Roersma scored twice in the Brandon Wheat Kings 4-1 victory over the Lethbridge Hurricanes at Westoba Place. Jayden Wiens and Roger McQueen also found the back of the net for the Wheat Kings.

The Manitoba Moose lost 4-3 in a shootout to the Grand Rapids Griffins. Kristian Reichel, Nikita Chibrikov and Dawson Barteaux scored for the Moose who trailed 3-0 early in the third period.

Emerance Maschmeyer made 27 saves as Canada’s National women’s hockey team blanked the United States 3-0 in Regina. Natalie Spooner, Emily Clark and Sarah Nurse did the goal scoring for Team Canada who evened the Rivalry Series at 3-3. The deciding seventh game goes Sunday in St. Paul, Minnesota.