(As of 12:01 a.m.)

Baseball BC Provincials:

15U AA (in Chilliwack)

Prince George Bantam Knights  11  North Delta 12 (Saturday)

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)

(3-1) Prince George will face the Tri-City Thunder today at 10:00 a.m. in the semi-final round of the Baseball BC Provincials.

The Final is scheduled for 2:00 p.m.

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  13  Ladner  3  (Saturday)

Prince George Surg Med Knights  15  New West  3  (Friday)
Prince George Surg Med Knights  12  Vancouver Minor Expos Red  11  (Friday)

Prince George Surg Med Knights  14  Tri-City  13 

Prince George will face New West Queens Park Royals in the first semi-final matchup today at 10:00 a.m.

The Final is slated for 4 p.m.

Results and schedule are right here.



Toronto Blue Jays  5  New York Yankees  4

The Jays have now won two in a row against the mighty Yanks.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s triple-hit at the bottom of the seventh inning pushed the Jays ahead, bringing in two runs.

The 49-71 Blue Jays now have won nine of their last 13 outings, and are 2-1 on a 10-game homestand.

The Jays and Pinstripes will be back on the diamond today at 10:07 a.m. PST.

The Blue Jays schedule/results right here.

The MLB standings are right here.


CFL: (Week 9)

Hamilton Tiger-Cats  35  BC Lions  34

The (1-7) BC Lions lose their fourth straight game despite leading 27-19 heading into the fourth quarter.

The last-place Lions have allowed a league-worst 276 points through eight games.

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


Russia  3  Canada  2

Alexandr Pashin’s second goal of the game proved to be the winner as Russia defeated Canada on Saturday.

Rogers Cup (Toronto)

Canadian Bianca Andreescu held on for a 6-4, 7-6 (5) victory over Sofia Kenin of the United States on Saturday afternoon.

The 19-year-old will now face one of the greatest players of all time, Serena Williams, in the Rogers Cup final today.

Andreescu is the first Canadian to make the Rogers Cup women’s final in 50 years.