Patrick Perrin of Elmhurst has the lead heading into the final round of the Provincial Men's Mid-Amateur Championship at the Pine Ridge Golf Club. Perrin was three-under par 69 Tuesday and has a 36-hole total of plus one. Drew Jones of Shilo is one shot back. Adam Guenther of Elmhurst was eight-over par 80 yesterday and is in a tie for 15th place at plus 12. Cole Peters of Niakwa was 73 and Jon Schroeder of Quarry Oaks was 78. Both are plus 14. Troy Kehler of Elmhurst was 80 and is plus 15. Tyson Ehnes of Lorette was 80 and Chris Warrack of Quarry Oaks was 82. Both are plus 21. Troy Blad of Quarry Oaks was 86 for the second day in a row and is plus 28. Kate Gregoire of Quarry Oaks is in a tie for third place heading into the final round of the Provincial Women's Amateur Championship. Gregoire was five-over par 77 yesterday at Pine Ridge and is six shots back of defending champion and second round leader Jeri Lafleche of Clear Lake.
The Manitoba Junior Baseball League's best-of-three quarterfinals begin tonight. The Carillon Sultans (15-9) meet the Winnipeg South Wolves (10-14) in Ile des Chenes; the St. Boniface Legionaires (13-11) host the Interlake Blue Jays (10-14) at Whittier Park; the St. James A's (15-9) face the Altona Bisons (10-14) at Optimist Park and the Elmwood Giants (16-8) take on the Pembina Valley Orioles (7-17) at Koskie Field.
The Winnipeg Goldeyes have won back-to-back games for the first time in almost two weeks. Goldeyes starter Joey Matulovich went 6 1/3 innings, allowed two runs, struck out six, and walked three as the Goldeyes downed the Cleburne Railroaders 5-2 in game one of their six-game series at Shaw Park. Andy Armstrong, Max Murphy and Najee Gaskins all had three-hit games for the Fish.
Following his record-breaking fifth Canadian men’s curling championship as skip earlier this year in London, Ontario, Brad Gushue and his team from St. John’s return to the 2024 Brier at the Brandt Centre in Regina as Team Canada. Curling Canada confirmed Team Brendan Bottcher of Calgary and Team Matt Dunstone of Winnipeg will also be part of the Brier as pre-qualified teams based on their 2022-23 Canadian Team Ranking System performances.
The Carillon Sultans face the Winnipeg South Wolves in round one of the Manitoba Junior Baseball League playoffs. Carillon coach Rick Penner will join Clayton Dreger on the Sultans Report which airs Wednesdays at 5:15 p.m. on AM 1250 Radio.