The Bantam AA team is on a role as they advanced to the next round in the Saskatchewan Bantam League provincial playoffs. They defeated the Battleford Barons in the first round in two games to face Warman in round 2. They won the first game on home turf 6-5 and travelled to Warman for game 2. Warman was in a must win situation but Martensville kept the momentum going and won 7-3 taking the series. They faced the Saskatoon Outlaws on Tuesday at home and beat the Outlaws 5-2. The Marauders are seeded #1 for the playoffs as the Outlaws are #2. Their next game is March 22 at Merlis Belcher Place. Puck drop is 7pm. The winner will face either the Regina Aces or the Regina Pat Blues from the south for the provincial championship.
In the SMHA City playoffs the Midget B team, coached by Shawn Klisowsky, defeated Clavet in a 2-1 overtime win. They advanced to the semi-final against the Saskatoon Renegade Kings and defeated them 3-0 to earn a spot in the final. They take on the Renegade Icemen for the final. The Peewee Outlaws, coached by James Moffat, are also on a run as they defeated the Icedogs 4-3 Tuesday in a semi-final to advance to the final. They will take on the WarmanWildcat Cheetahs for league champions. Congratulations to all Martensville teams on a great season.
Photo: The Bantam AA team playing against Saskatoon Outlaws on Tuesday, March 19. Photo credit: Braden Ottenbreit