The Estevan Power Dodge Bantam A Chargers unbeaten record remains in tact, as they won a pair of recent games on home ice against the Regina Shamrocks.
The first victory was a 4-0 victory on January 18. Meagan LeBlanc led the offensive attack with two goals. Payten Wilson and Jasynn Monteyne also scored for Estevan, who led 1-0 after the first period and 2-0 after two.
LeBlanc also scored twice in the second game, a 4-2 triumph on January 19. Ashton Magotiaux and Teanna Sieben had Estevan's other goals.
The game was tied at 1-1 after the first period, but Estevan pulled away with two goals in the second and one in the third, before Regina scored the final goal of the game.
Ashlyn Taillon was in goal for both games.
Since a tie to open the season, the Chargers have won 15 straight league games, and they have a 15-0-1 record. They'll visit the Regina Tigers on January 24, and host the Weyburn Athletics on January 26 at 5:30 p.m. at Affinity Place.
The Estevan Power Tech Midget AA Panthers dropped two of the three games that they had in league play.
The first game was a 3-1 loss to the Notre Dame Hounds in Wilcox on January 17. Taylor Colbow scored Estevan's lone goal midway through the third period. Colbow's goal pulled Estevan to within a goal, but the Hounds scored once more to dash any hopes of an Estevan comeback.
The Panthers then lost 6-0 on home ice to the Weyburn Drillers on the 18th. Weyburn scored once in the first, pulled away with three in the second and added two in the third.
Estevan recovered with a 6-1 victory at home over Notre Dame on January 19. Notre Dame opened the scoring in the first period, but Jenna Kreklewich tied the game for Estevan before the period was over.
Then the Panthers took over.
Michaella Matthies scored twice to give the Panthers a 3-1 lead, and Hailey Dukart upped the advantage to 4-1 before the second period was over. Haley Ronyk and Cheyenne Grant added goals for Estevan in the third.
Brianna Cote was in goal for both games against Notre Dame. Litesha Spittal started against Weyburn, but was replaced by Cote after two periods.
Estevan has a 12-7-1 record, which leaves them fourth in their league. They'll visit the Kamsack Flyers on January 24 and 25.