The Provincial Women's Amateur Golf Championship and the Provincial Men's Mid-Amateur Championship begin today at Granite Hills near Lac du Bonnet. There will be new champions crowned this week as 2021 winners Bobbi Uhl of Shilo and Todd Fanning of Niakwa are not in the field. Kate Gregoire of Quarry Oaks is competing in the Provincial Women's Amateur Championship. Jon Schroeder of Quarry Oaks, Paul Marsch of the Steinbach Fly-In golf club, Troy Kehler and Adam Guenther of Elmhurst, Cole Peters of Niakwa and Tyson Ehnes of Lorette are entered in the Mid-Am.

The Carillon Sultans gave up six runs in the first three innings and lost 6-2 to the St. James A's Tuesday night at A.D. Penner Park in Steinbach. Carillon starter Tyler Plett held the A's to just six hits but St. James took advantage of six Sultans errors. Meech Nadeau, Mason Hartung and Jon Esau were the only Carillon batters to get a hit off St. James starter Easton Grieve. The Sultans are 7-11 and will play doubleheaders with the Interlake Blue Jays Saturday at AD. Penner Park and the defending Manitoba Junior Baseball League champion Elmwood Giants Sunday at Koskie Field. 

The Winnipeg Goldeyes dropped a 4-2 decision to the American Association's West Division leading Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks at Newman Outdoor Field. Logan Hill homered for the Fish who have lost six of their last seven games. 

Winnipeg linebacker Kyrie Wilson suffered an achilles injury in the Blue Bombers 23-22 victory over the Toronto Argonauts Monday night at BMO Field. The 29-year-old Fresno, California native will be out of the lineup for an extended period of time. Wilson, who is in his fifth season with the Bombers and helped the football team win back-to-back Grey Cup titles in 2019 and 2021, has 17 defensive tackles, one special teams tackle, and one quarterback sack. The 4-0 Blue Bombers face the 3-0 B.C. Lions Saturday in Vancouver.