(As of 12:01 a.m.)

UNBC Timberwolves:

A night after dropping their Canada West Men’s Soccer season opener in a 2-1 decision to the UBCO Heat, the T-Wolves exacted revenge on Saturday winning by the same 2-1 score, earning a season-opening split in Kelowna.

Fourth-year local product Alex Nielsen scored his first career university goal to even the score after UNBC fell behind for the second straight night.

Micheal Henman‘s goal gave the Timberwolves the 2-1 lead


Saskatchewan Roughriders  40  Ottawa REDBLACKS  18

The Roughriders (6-3) capitalized on three first-quarter interceptions to build an early 20-0 lead against the REDBLACKS (3-7).

The run game was on display for the Roughriders as quarterback Cody Fajardo and running back William Powell combined for 108 yards rushing and three touchdowns.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats  13  BC Lions  10

The BC Lions scored a touchdown in the final minute but were unable to recover an onside kick as they fell to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 13-10.

The Tabbies are now 8-2 while the Lions are 1-9.

BC is the only team in the CFL that has yet to win a game at home.

The CFL standings are right here.

The 2019 schedule/results right here.


PG Cougars:

About 70 players are on hand for the Prince George Cougars Main Training Camp.

The camp enters its third day since opening up on Friday at the CN Centre.

The Cougars five-day Camp will conclude with the team’s annual Black vs. White inter-squad game Tuesday night at 7:00.

PG Spruce Kings:
The Prince George Spruce Kings have their final training camp game today at the RMCA.

The Camp has been divided into two teams and initially got underway on Friday.

The Spruce Kings will play a pair of pre-season games against the Merritt Centennials: Tuesday in Prince George and Friday, August 30th in Merritt.

Supertrax BMX:

The BMX Canada Northern Lights Nationals has been featured this weekend in Prince George at the Carrie Jane Grey Park.

Racing gets underway for the final day of the event this morning at 8:00 a.m.

More details can be found right here.

Women’s Baseball:

Canada has qualified for the 2020 World Cup.

After having their final game cancelled as a result of weather, Cuba upsetting the Dominican Republic led to Canada qualifying for next year’s tournament.


Toronto Blue Jays  7  Seattle Mariners  5

Jays shortstop Bo Bichette scored a home run and tallied three RBI’s as Toronto evened their road series in Seattle.

The (53-79) Jays are 1-4 on a six-game West Coast road trip that continues tonight (1:10 p.m. PST) in Seattle against the (55-75) Mariners.

The Mariners are last in the AL West.


After a pair of early bogeys, Brooke Henderson went on a stunning tear by hitting seven birdies and an eagle over a 10-hole stretch at the CP Women’s Open in Aurora, Ontario.

She tapped in for par on the 18th to close out a 7-under-par 65 that left her at 16-under 200 for the tournament.

After three rounds, the defending champion sits two shots off the lead.