It’s day two of the Provincial A, AA & AAA High School Varsity Volleyball Championships. The AA boys championship is in Ile des Chenes. Boissevain lost to Major Pratt/St. Lazare.The Broncos will meet Elton, Landmark and Morris today. The Provincial A championships are in Fisher River. Deloraine girls defeated the host Hawks and Baldur/Cartwright. The Colts will face Glenboro and Reston. Wawanesa boys  lost to Hamiota and beat Glenboro. The Warriors will take on Frontier Mosakahiken and Elm Creek. The Provincial AAA championships are in Dauphin. Neelin girls lost to Linden Christian and will meet Dauphin and Westgate today. Neelin boys beat Garden Valley of Winkler and will face Springfield and Steinbach Christian.

The Winnipeg Jets gave up three third period goals and fell 3-1 to the Edmonton Oilers at Canada Life Centre. Cole Perfetti had the lone goal for the Jets who have lost three in a row for the second time this season. Leon Draisaitl scored the go-ahead goal on the power play for the Oilers with 2:13 remaining in the third period. Ryan McLeod sealed the deal with an empty netter with 20 seconds left. Edmonton has won four straight games. 

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers announced the signings of American quarterback Terry Wilson Jr., American receivers Bryce Mitchell and Ontaria Wilson, American defensive end Nate Givhan, and American defensive tackle Jamal Woods. The club also signed the following national players (draft choices) who previously returned to school, and they include defensive tackle Collin Kornelson (Manitoba); running back Jonathan Rosery (Alberta); defensive back Bret MacDougall (Windsor) and linebacker Max Charbonneau (Ottawa).

The Winnipeg Goldeyes are welcoming back a cornerstone piece to the 2024 roster with the signing of reigning American Association Rookie Position Player of the Year Dayson Croes. Croes hit .351, good for fourth in the league, led the league with 135 hits, and had 67 RBIs. The Fish begin the 2024 season on the road versus the Cleburne Railroaders on Thursday, May 9th. Winnipeg's home opener is scheduled for Tuesday, May 21st against the Chicago Dogs at Blue Cross Park.