Pee­Wee Bron­cos test­ing their play­off met­tle

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The Swift Cur­rent South­west Ter­mi­nal Pee­Wee Bron­cos have got­ten back on track in re­cent weeks as they opened the pro­vin­cial play­offs and wrapped up their South Sask Pee­Wee AA Hockey League reg­u­lar sea­son.

Satur­day, the Pee­Wee Bron­cos vis­ited the Moose Jaw War­riors and suf­fered a 6- 3 loss when they sur­ren­dered fivethird pe­riod goals.

Reed Jacobson scored twice and added an as­sist and Matt Chris­tian­son added a goal and an as­sist.

Day­lan Radtke, Beau Lar­son, and Aaron Toews all added as­sists.

Sun­day, the Bron­cos won the re­match 4- 2 at home to con­clude the reg­u­lar sea­son. Jacobson re­peated his of­fen­sive out­put with two goals and an as­sist and Chris­tian­son posted another goal and as­sist. Lar­son also scored, while Ry­land Hor­nung and Mac Grose added as­sists. Ja­cob Her­man earned the win in goal.

The Pee­Wee Bron­cos will now have a break be­fore the league play­offs be­gin af­ter fin­ish­ing the reg­u­lar sea­son with a 414-2 record.

The Pee­Wee Bron­cos opened the pro­vin­cial play­offs the pre­vi­ous weekend against the Melville Mil­lion­aires. Swift Cur­rent opened the two- game, to­tal- goal se­ries on Jan­uary 11 with a 7- 0 win led by four goals from Jacobson.

Chris­tian­son had four as­sists, Toews added a goal and two as­sists, and Lar­son added two helpers. Theo Sch­lamp and Nathan Le­vac also scored, while Cameron Kluzak, Hor­nung, and Gross all added as­sists.

Her­man earned the shutout in goal.

The Pee­Wee Bron­cos clinched the se­ries the fol­low­ing day with a 6- 5 win in Melville.

Melville stayed in the game with three power play goals, while Swift Cur­rent was un­able cap­i­tal­ize on 10 man- ad­van­tages. Lar­son led the Bron­cos with two goals and an as­sist and Toews also scored twice.

Jacobson and Kluzak also scored, while Ri­ley Dekowny and Le­vac added as­sists as Brad Nyen earned the win in goal.

The Pee­Wee Bron­cos will now face a ta­lented Wey­burn team in the next round of the pro­vin­cial play­offs.

Coach Todd Hor­nung said that his team would have to be at their best and or­ga­nized de­fen­sively to stay with the Wings, who have an 11- 2- 1 record in league play.

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