Adam Guenther of Elmhurst is in a tie for sixth place heading into day two of the Provincial Men's Mid-Amateur Championship at the Pine Ridge Golf Club. Guenther was four-over par 76 Monday and trails first round leader Ryan Terdik of Pine Ridge by three shots. Troy Kehler of Elmhurst was 79; Jon Schroeder of Quarry Oaks was 80; Chris Warrack of Quarry Oaks was 83; Cole Peters of Niakwa and Tyson Ehnes of Lorette were 85 and Troy Blad of Quarry Oaks opened with an 86. Charmaine Hayden of Breezy Bend and defending champion Jeri Lafleche of Clear Lake are tied for the lead after round one of the Provincial Women's Amateur. Both were seven-over par 79 at Pine Ridge. Kate Gregoire of Quarry Oaks was 85 on Monday.
The Carillon Sultans fell 1-0 to the North Wpg Pirates Monday night at A.D. Penner Park in Steinbach. Carillon starter Yanykk Nadeau tossed a complete game three-hitter and did not give up an earned run. The Sultans, who had their previous two games rained out, have a 9-4 record in the Winnipeg Senior Baseball League. Carillon's next game is Thursday against the Elmwood Giants at Koskie Field.
The Winnipeg Goldeyes begin a six-game series with the Cleburne Railroaders tonight at Shaw Park. The Goldeyes, who snapped their six-game losing skid Sunday afternoon thanks to a 6-4 victory over the Milwaukee Milkmen, have a 20-32 record and are in last place in the American Association's West Division. The Fish are 13.5 games back of the division leading Kansas City Monarchs.
Major League Baseball's 93rd Mid-Summer Classic will take place tonight in Seattle. Gerritt Cole of the New York Yankees will get the start for the American League. It will be Zac Gallen of the Arizona Diamondbacks for the National League. Four Toronto Blue Jays are on the AL roster and they are Jordan Romano, Bo Bichette, Whit Merrifield and Vladimir Guerrero Junior who won the Home Run Derby last night beating Randy Arozarena of the Tampa Bay Rays 25-23 in the final.
After a couple of days off, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers practice today from 11:55 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. at IG Field. The Bombers (4-1) face the Redblacks in Ottawa Saturday afternoon. Winnipeg is coming off a 24-11 victory over the Calgary Stampeders at home on Friday night.
The Manitoba Moose signed forward C.J. Suess to a two-year contract through the 2024-25 American Hockey League season. The 29-year-old Forest Lake, Minnesota native had 10 goals and 12 assists in 46 games with the San Jose Barracuda last season and also suited up in one NHL game for the San Jose Sharks. Prior to his stint in San Jose, Suess appeared in 166 games with the Moose while recording 83 points (45G, 38A). He also played in four games with the Winnipeg Jets.
The Provincial Junior Championships were held at the Teulon Golf & Country Club last week. 2023 champions Teerawut Boonseeor & Crystal Zamzow will join Clayton Dreger on Off the Tee which airs Tuesdays at 5:15 p.m. on AM 1250 Radio.