An all-west-central Saskatchewan Junior Female Hockey League matchup highlighted the weekend for both the Western Prairie Junior Klippers and Outlook Ice Hawks. The Klippers hit the road for a weekend doubleheader, and dropped each game by a score of 7-2 and 6-4 respectively to hometown Ice Hawks.

SJFHL: Ice Hawks and Klippers tangling for weekend series in Outlook 

The first game took place Friday night as the Klippers played their third road game in a row. The Ice Hawks jumped out to a 2-0 lead, before two Klippers goals from Laiken Swan tied it. The tie game lasted until the end of the period, before Outlook broke the tie with just 3 seconds remaining. The Ice Hawks then exploded for 4 goals in the third to walk walk away with the 7-2 win.

On Saturday the game fired up a bit earlier from the Jim Kook Rec-Plex. The Ice Hawks once again opened the scoring, but the Klippers would take the lead with a pair of goals to make the game 2-1 into the half-way point. Moving through the second, another barrage from the Ice Hawks made it 4-2 headed into the third, and two is as close as the Klippers would come, eventually dropping the 6-4 decision. 

The losses moved the Klippers record on the season to 3-13-1, while the Ice Hawks moved their record to 6-9-1 with the pair of wins. 

The Klippers next action will be on Sunday afternoon at 3:30 when they host the Saskatoon Prairie Blaze. The Ice Hawks next game isn't until March 1, also at home against the Saskatoon Prairie Blaze.