After two wins this past weekend, coupled with a loss by the Carberry Plainsmen, the Neepawa Farmers are only one point back of the Tiger Hills Hockey League’s (THHL) top East Division team in the standings. Neepawa also have the advantage with a game in hand, totaling 28 points so far this year in 17 games played while the Plainsmen have 29 points in 18 games. The West Division’s Souris Elks continue to be the THHL’s best team with 32 points in 17 games this season. This past Friday, Neepawa throttled Killarney by a 10-3 score on the road. The Farmers followed that performance with a close 5-3 win in Neepawa Saturday. Meanwhile, the Carberry Plainsmen lost to Swan Lake 3-2 on Saturday. Neepawa’s Shane Jury continues to lead the league with 60 points while Bryan White now sits third with 48 points.