Four Baseball Canada National Championships wrapped up Sunday. Manitoba defeated Saskatchewan 10-6 in the 7th place game at the 13U Championship in Windsor. Quebec beat Ontario 8-4 in the gold medal game. Soren Tyndall of La Broquerie, Xander Baldwin of St. Pierre and Seth Hooper of St. Adolphe were on the 13U Provincial team roster. Manitoba dropped a 7-2 decision to Saskatchewan in the bronze medal game at the 15U championship in Saskatoon. British Columbia beat Quebec 4-2 in the gold medal game. Jackson Penner & Drew Heide of Steinbach, Kaden Coldwell of Blumenort and Carson Janzen of Beausejour were on the 15U Provincial team roster. Manitoba downed Nova Scotia 8-3 in the 7th place game a the 16U Girls Invitational in Summerside. Quebec defeated British Coumbia 10-3 in the gold medal game. Avery Pickering of St. Adolphe was on the 16U girls Provincial team roster. Manitoba lost 5-0 to New Brunswick in the bronze medal game at the Men's National Championship in Sydney. Ontario shutout Nova Scotia 3-0 in the gold medal game.

The Winnipeg Goldeyes gave up seven runs in the bottom of the first inning and lost 11-5 to the American Association's West Division leading Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks at Newman Outdoor Field. Logan Hill had three hits and drove in a pair of runs for the Fish who clinched a playoff spot on Saturday when they defeated the Redhawks 14-7 in the first game of a doubleheader. The Goldeyes will wrap up the regular season schedule with a seven-game homestand that begins tonight against the Kansas City Monarchs.

Marie-Philip Poulin had two goals and an assist in Canada's 9-0 victory over Japan at the 2022 World Women's Hockey Championship in Herning, Denmark. Victoria Bach, Emma Maltais, Blayre Turnbull, Ella Shelton, Sarah Potomak and Sarah Fillier also scored for Team Canada. Emerance Maschmeyer made five saves in recording the shutout. Canada has a 3-0 record and will play its final preliminary round game Tuesday against the United States.

Paula Reto fired a final round four-under par 67 Sunday at the Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club and captured the 2022 CP Women's Open by one shot over Nelly Korda and Hye-Jin Choi. The 32-year-old South African was minus 19 and won for the first time on the LPGA tour. Alena Sharp of Hamilton was the low Canadian as she finished in a tie for 17th place at minus 10. Maddie Szeryk of London was minus nine and 2018 champion Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls was minus five.