(As of 12:01 a.m.) Weekend Wrap

Baseball BC Provincials:

18U AA (in Burnaby)

(Gold medal game)

Prince George Surg Med Knights  7  Burnaby Braves  1  (Sunday)

The Surg Med Knights repeat as BC champions and advance to the five-team Western Canadian double-A midget baseball championship starting Friday in Strathmore, Alberta.

Prince George will face Unity (Saskatchewan) Friday afternoon at 1:15 PT in its opener.

The midget Knights also captured the BC Minor 18U midget double-A provincial championship this month in Kelowna.

(Semifinal game)

Prince George Surg Med Knights  11  New West  1  (Sunday)

(Round-robin games)

Prince George Surg Med Knights  13  Ladner  3  (Saturday)
Prince George Surg Med Knights  15  New West  4  (Friday)
Prince George Surg Med Knights  12  Vancouver Minor Expos Red  11  (Friday)
Prince George Surg Med Knights  14  Tri-City  13 

Results are right here.

15U AA (in Chilliwack)

(Gold medal game)

Cowichan Valley Mustangs  10  Prince George Bantam Knights  9  (Sunday)


Prince George Bantam Knights  7  Tri-City Thunder  2  (Sunday)


North Delta  12  Prince George Bantam Knights  11  (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)

Results are right here.

The PG Bantam Knights won the BC Minor Baseball 15U AA Bantam provincial championship on home field on Tuesday of last week.



New York Yankees  1  Toronto Blue Jays  0

The (49-72) Blue Jays are 2-2 on a 10-game homestand that continues tonight against the (59-58) Texas Rangers.

The Blue Jays schedule/results right here.

The MLB standings are right here.


Rogers Cup Tennis:

Bianca Andreescu is the first Canadian in 50 years to win the Rogers Cup tennis tournament.

In her hometown of Toronto, the 19-year-old Andreescu won the title when her opponent in the final, Serena Williams, retired in the first set due to an injured back.

Andreescu was ahead 3-1 when Williams called it quits.


CFL: (Week 9)

Hamilton Tiger-Cats  35  BC Lions  34  (Saturday)

The (1-7) Lions lose their fourth straight game by blowing a 15-point lead (34-19) in the fourth quarter.

BC will continue on the road Thursday in Winnipeg against the (6-2) Blue Bombers.

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  (Saturday)


PG Cougars: