The Comp Eagles Junior A girls basketball team placed third in their home tournament over the weekend.
They defeated Fillmore Friday night but then had a tough six-point loss to Moosomin on Saturday morning in the semifinal. Saturday afternoon the girls beat Indian Head to place third.
The next action for the girls is this weekend when they travel to Indian Head for a tournament.
The Comp Eagles senior girls basketball team had a tough weekend, playing three brand new teams at their second home tournament of the year. Their first game was against Saskatoon ED Feehan, which the Eagles won by the score of 82-22.
The second game was against a tough opponent, Moose Jaw Central. Moose Jaw played a great game, hitting every open and contested shot they took, and they won 74-43.
The last game of the night was a preview of the McLeod Series, namely Estevan versus Weyburn. These two teams had not played each other yet this year and did not know what to expect. Both teams had an excellent defensive game, keeping the score low and tight. At the end of every quarter, the game was tied. Estevan scored with 30 seconds left, and the Eagles could not match it, losing 54-53.
The Comp Eagles Senior Boys basketball team travelled to Yorkton for a tournament this past weekend.
The boys defeated defeated Indian Head by a score of 94-57, Melfort by 74-41, Swift Current by a score of 94-74, and in the final, they defeated Estevan 80-59.
The Weyburn senior boys are also hosting the Len Williams Memorial Classic tournament this upcoming weekend at WCS. The Eagles first game will be on Friday at 4 p.m. against Oxbow, and their game times on Saturday will be determined by whether they win or lose.
This week the Comp senior boys and girls will travel to Estevan today for the Mcleod Series, which is the longest-running series of its kind in Saskatchewan that began in 1932. The senior boys will play at 5:30 p.m. and senior girls at 7:30 p.m.
The second half of the Mcleod series is set for Wednesday, Feb. 12 here in Weyburn. The senior girls will play at 5:30 p.m., and the senior boys play at 7:30 p.m.
For the Weyburn portion of this tournament, admission is $2 for students and adults, and children aged 12 and under are free.