The Estevan Power Dodge Bantam A Chargers picked up two more lopsided wins in league play, by defeating the Regina Red Wings 14-3 and the Regina Wild 9-3.
Estevan offered foreshadowing against the Red Wings by scoring three times in the first six minutes of the game. Megan LeBlanc scored five times on the night, Michaella Matthies scored four times and added two assists, and Ashton Magotaux chipped in with four assists.
Kailey McLellan had two goals. Rachel Mack, Mariah McKersie and Teanna Michel also scored.
The Chargers scored four times in each of the second and third periods to rout the Wild. Matthies had five goals and three assists, and LeBlanc had her second straight five-point game with two goals and three assists. McKersie had the other two goals, and she also contributed two assists.
Tamara Irwin was in goal for both wins.
The Chargers lead the South Saskatchewan Female Hockey League (SSFHL) with a 16-1-2 record, and 34 points. They have four upcoming games: January 18 against the Wild at the Civic Auditorium at 8 p.m.; January 19 against the Weyburn Angels at 7:15 p.m. at the Lignite Miners Centre (LMC); January 20 in Midale against the Weyburn Athletics at 10:30 a.m.; and January 21 against the Fort Qu'Appelle Flyers at 7:15 p.m. at the LMC.
The Estevan Dayman Trucking Bantam A Bulldogs also won both of their games, beating the Regina Wild 6-3 on January 12 and the Regina Capitals 7-1 on January 13.
Shania Taylor (two goals and an assist) and Jenna Grube (one goal and two assists) each had three-point games against the Wild. The other goal scorers were Jenna Kreklewich, Hannah Battersby and Carly Kreklewich.
Taylor had four goals in the shelling of the Capitals. Jenna Kreklewich had two goals and Grube had the other tally.
Litesha Spittal was in goal for both victories.
The Bulldogs have an 11-1-4 in league play, which leaves them fourth. They'll visit the Prairie Storm in Balgonie on January 18, and host the Regina Wild on January 19 at 4:30 p.m. at the Civic Auditorium.
The Estevan Baxter Midget A Cougars lost 7-2 on the road against the Wood River Ice Cats on January 12, and had a 4-4 tie against the unbeaten league leaders, the Fort Qu'Appelle Flyers, on January 13.
Allison Mack and Brooklyn Dukart had the Cougars' goals against the Ice Cats.
The Cougars scored twice in the final 13 minutes of the third period to get the draw against the Flyers. Cassidy Siebert, Kaitlyn Dukart, Hailey Dukart and Cheyenne Grant had the Cougars' goals.
Brianna Cote was in goal for both games.
Estevan's record is 9-4-1. They'll host Wood River on January 19 at 6:45 p.m. at the Civic Auditorium.