The Swift Current Whitecap Resources Midget A Broncos capped a strong playoff run with a Saskatchewan Hockey Association Midget A championship banner.
Swift Current won game two on home ice on Sunday by a 5-3 count over the Warman Wildcats, erasing a one goal deficit and winning the two-game, total goal series by an 8-7 margin.
Aaron Toews scored his second goal of the third period with 13:16 left in regulation to count the goal which stood up as the series clinching marker for the Broncos.
Swift Current had taken a 3-1 first period advantage on goals from Nikhil Pool, Nathan Levac and Leighton Dyck to build a 6-5 series lead.
Warman refused to give up quietly, scoring the lone goal of the middle period to tie the series, and they again responded to tie the series at 7-7 after Swift Current had scored three minutes into the final period.
Broncos goaltender Kyle Roosen earned the win in net by turning aside 16 of 19 shots.
Swift Current held a 43-19 edge in shots on Sunday, and the Broncos also had a wide shots on goal margin in the opening game but ended up on the losing end of a 4-3 game in Warman.
Swift Current advanced to the championship series with an opening round 6-5 win over Estevan, with the Broncos dropping a 5-4 decision on home ice before posting a 2-0 shutout in Estevan. In the South Final the Broncos earned an 11-7 series victory over Prairie Storm, winning the series opener 6-1 before dropping game two of the two-game, total-goal series by a 6-5 count on the road.