Flyers Main Camp Comes To A Close
Written by Dantin Reimer   
Saturday, 30 August 2014 14:11

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Saturday afternoon the Winkler Flyers wrapped up their main camp with a thrilling intersquad game, which saw Team Black defeat Team Orange 3-2 in overtime.

At the start of the camp there was approximately 70 players, who were split up into four different teams, competed all week to show that they are worthy of wearing the Orange and Black, and help the Flyers, as they head into another Manitoba Junior Hockey League season.

Here are some photo's from Saturday's game.


Last Updated on Saturday, 30 August 2014 15:04
CKMW Big League
Written by Tyler Hildebrand   
Tuesday, 21 May 2013 10:38


The baseball season is here, and 1570 CKMW is ready to play ball!! We're excited to give you kids the 'Big League' Feel at their next game!

Each week – a crew from CKMW will attend a minor ball game. We'll bring along our PA system, seeds from Sunny Day Products, and more.

Your game could be next! Call 204-331-2272, e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or leave us a message on facebook, telling us when and where your son or daughter's next ball game is. We will select 1 team each week and attend their game. Each member of the team receives a $5 A&W Gift Card!

It may not be the Major Leagues....but it is the CKMW Big Leagues, and its a lot more fun!


One of our winning teams:  Winkler 2 Squirt Girls!

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 May 2013 07:03
Collision on Hwy 14
Written by Candace Derksen   
Sunday, 31 August 2014 10:49


Highway 14 east of Winkler was closed for a period of time late Saturday night as emergency crews dealt with what appeared to be a head-on collision.
Witnesses tell PembinaValleyOnline.Com it appeared two vehicles were involved, and the incident occurred about three miles east of the City.
PembinaValleyOnline.Com continues to follow this story.
Sofillas Earns Huskies Scholarship
Written by Winkler Flyers Press Release   
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 12:10


Graduating Flyers forward Michael Sofillas will suit up for the Huskies this season after earning a scholarship with the University of Saskatchewan (CIS). The Morden native had 35 points (14 goals – 21 assists) in 54 games last season split between the Flyers and the Dauphin Kings.

Sofillas returned to the Manitoba Junior Hockey League for the 2013-2014 season after playing three seasons with the Lethbridge Hurricanes of the Western Hockey League. He was a leader both on and off the ice for the Orange and Black after being acquired in a trade midway through last season.

The Huskies play in the CIS (Canadian Inter-University Sport) which is the top collegiate hockey league in Canada. Sofillas will be a Geology Major at U of S.

The Flyers would like to congratulate Mike for his decision to continue his hockey career and education at the University of Saskatchewan and wish him all the best in the future.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 August 2014 12:11
Mohawks Successful In Defending Border West Title
Written by Dantin Reimer   
Tuesday, 26 August 2014 21:15

mohawkschampionships 2014Your 2014 Border West Baseball League Champion Morden Mohawks

The Morden Mohawks are back-to-back Border West Baseball League champions after a thrilling 5-1 victory over the Baldur Regals Tuesday night in Baldur. The Mohawks won the best-of-five final series 3 games to 2.

"It feels good," shared Mohawks second basemen Bryson Reimer. "It happened last year too, and it's just a great feeling to have. We would've rather have done it at home, but we got a good win on the road."

The Mohawks put Monday's 7-1 loss behind them and forged on on the road to get the win.

"Pretty much a carbon copy of the first four games of the series," shared Mullin. "It was really tight going into the final innings. It was 1-0 in the fifth for them, and it was a matter of which team could break out first. We managed to find that five run fifth, and that was enough for us to take it home."

The Mohawks scored all of their runs in the fifth inning, and sent ten batters to the plate.

"It just seemed like we stayed positive throughout the whole inning," stated right fielder Kevin Rach. "We never got down on ourselves. When ever an inning ended we were picking each other up, letting each other know we were having good at bats. Once the pitcher got a little wild we just knew that we needed to take our walks, and get our hits when we could get them."

Derek Holenski, who recorded all three wins in the series on the mound, pitched a complete game three hitter, while striking out seven batters.

"It was unreal. He won five or six games in the playoffs, which is absolutely phenomenal for a pitcher to do. All three games in the series, all on the road, and to three hit them in the game is awesome. He was dominant out there again. He's been our ace, and our go to guy. He did exactly what we wanted and hoped he do for us. It was just a classic performance, in probably the most pressure packed situation."

The Mohawks and Regals were road warriors in this series, with the visiting team winning every game in the series.

"I don't know what it is about being on the road," shared Mullin. "We all just seem to pull together. I wish we could duplicate it at home, but something just seems to click for us on the road."

*Photo Submitted of Steve Mullin

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 August 2014 05:57

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