(As of 12:01 a.m.)

Baseball BC Provincials:

15U AA (in Chilliwack)

Prince George Bantam Knights   1   Ladner  0 (Friday)

Prince George Bantam Knights  17   Ridge Meadows  2  (Thursday)
Prince George Bantam Knights  24  New West-South Vancouver  2  (Thursday)

(3-0) Prince George continues the 10-team tournament today (11:45 AM) against North Delta.

Semi-finals (10 AM) and Final (2 PM) are slated for Sunday.

Results and schedule are right here.

The tournament winner will advance to the Western Canadian Championship Aug. 15-18 in Strathmore, Alberta.

18U AA (in Burnaby)

Prince George Surg Med Knights  11  New West  4  (Friday)
(Game suspended due to darkness in the bottom of the 6th. Will be completed tonight at 5:00 right after PG faces Ladner at 2:30)
Prince George Surg Med Knights  12  Vancouver Minor Expos Red  11  (Friday)

Prince George Surg Med Knights  14  Tri-City  13 

Semifinals in the 7-team championship are set for Sunday at 10 AM and 12:45 PM with the Final to follow at 4 PM.

Results and schedule are right here.



Toronto Blue Jays  8  New York Yankees  2

The loss ended the Yanks 9-game win streak.

Blue Jays rookie shortstop Bo Bichette went 0-4. His franchise-record 11-game hitting streak to start a big-league career came to a halt.

The 48-71 Jays are 1-1 on a 10-game homestand.

The Blue Jays schedule/results right here.

The MLB standings are right here.


CFL: (Week 9)

Edmonton Eskimos  16  Ottawa  RedBlacks  12
(Eskimos are 5-3 and tied with Calgary and Saskatchewan for 2nd in the West Division, two points behind Winnipeg. RedBlacks slip to 3-5 with their 5th loss in their last six games)

Saskatchewan Roughriders  17  Montreal Alouettes  10
First-ever CFL game called off early because of inclement weather. Officials called the game on account of lightning in the Montreal area after an hour-long delay with 2:41 left in the third quarter. The 5-3 Riders have won four straight. The Als sit 3-4)

The (1-6) BC Lions will try to end a three-game losing skid when they visit the East-Division leading (5-2) Hamilton Tiger-Cats today (4:00 PT).

The last-place Lions are tied with Toronto for most points allowed (241).

The CFL standings are right here.

The 2019 schedule/results right here.

Gretzky Hlinka Cup
(Under-18 men’s hockey tournament) in the Czech Republic


Canada  3  Sweden  2  (Shootout)

Cole Perfetti scored three times in the shootout and twice in regulation.

Canada advances to the gold-medal game today (8 am PT) against Russia.

The Canadian team has won the tournament 10 of the last 11 times.

PG Cougars: