Playoffs continue for the Sask West Hockey League, with teams involved in both league semifinals as well as provincial senior action.
The Macklin Mohawks continue to give the Kindersley Sr. Klippers all they can handle. The Mohawks beat the Klippers Saturday by a 7-3 score before the Klippers came back and won Sunday 6-2.
The Mohawks now lead the series 2-1; the next game is set for Saturday in Macklin.
In the other semifinal, the Wilkie Outlaws beat the Unity Miners 6-4 on Friday to even that series. Game three was scheduled for Tuesday in Wilkie. Teams were due to play again Friday.
The Outlaws are also involved in SHA senior B action. They advanced to the North final after defeating Leroy 3-1 in game two, winning that series 7-4 on aggregate. Next up for Wilkie is a best-of-three series against the Outlook Ice Hawks. The first game is scheduled for March 9 in Wilkie.