Both the Senior 'C' and Senior 'D' provincials could make their way home to west-central Saskatchewan this Easter weekend.

The region is guaranteed to see a winner when it comes to the Senior 'C' bracket.

The Wilkie Outlaws have a chance to win their series against the Kyle Elks on Friday night at 7:30 PM, following their 7-4 win in Game 1 last weekend on the road. If the Elks can respond with a road victory of their own, a winner-take-all Game 3 would be played Saturday night back in Kyle at 5:00 PM. 

In the other local series, the Macklin Mohawks are hitting the road to face the Redvers Rockets in Senior 'D'. 

The Mohawks won an exciting Game 1 last week at home, 4-3 in overtime, only one win away now from the title. Game 2 is set for Saturday night, and if needed, Game 3 would be played on Sunday afternoon.

Regardless of the matchup, it's a long easter weekend trek that the Mohawks will want to make worth it.

The Senior 'A' title was won last weekend by the Kenaston Blizzards, who capped of a series sweep against Lumsden.

For an update on league, the Sask Valley and Sask West Hockey League have named their champions for the year.

Looking at all the leagues we follow, congratulations goes to the Kindersley Senior Klippers for winning the SVHL, the Kenaston Blizzards for winning the SVHL (in addition to the Senior 'A' title), the Dodsland Stars taking home the first ever Cross Roads Hockey League crown, and finally the Maple Creek Hawks coming out on top in the White Mud Hockey League.

As the focus shifts away from the rink, baseball will soon be on the horizon around west-central Saskatchewan.