The Mitchell Expos defeated Brandon 13-5 in the gold medal game at Baseball Manitoba's Provincial 11U Tier Three championship Sunday in Boissevain. Host Reston lost 3-2 to Rock Lake in the 11U Tier Two final. Virden fell 8-6 to Dauphin in the 4 vs 4 pool playoff game. Host Mitchell outscored the Winkler Mariners 6-5 in the 11U Tier One gold medal game. Hartney lost 4-3 to Mitchell in the semifinals. 


Brandon C & E Locksmith outscored Strathclair 19-18 in the gold medal game at Softball Manitoba's Provincial U13 A championship in Portage la Prairie. Virden defeated Steinbach 9-2 in the bronze medal game. Wawanesa lost 16-9 to Morden in the opening round of the playoffs. The Winkler Wolves defeated KPIC Maintenance of Brandon 6-2 in the gold medal game of the Provincial U15 A championship in Steinbach.


The Boissevain Centennials have clinched first place in the South West Baseball League. The defending champion Centennials downed the Virden Oilers 13-5 Sunday and improved to 13-1 on the season. Kadin Nestibo tossed a complete game three-hitter as Deloraine blanked Elkhorn 7-0. Mitch Olson and Eric Sorenson both homered and drove in three runs for the Royals who are in third place with a 10-5 record, The second place Rivers Comets are 10-4. 


The Winnipeg Goldeyes dropped an 8-5 decision to the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks. Dayson Croews had three hits and an rbi for the Fish who stranded 11 base runners on Sunday. The Goldeyes have Monday off and will begin a three-game series against the defending American Association champion Kansas City Monarchs Tuesday at Blue Cross Park.  


Addison Kartusch of St. Charles captured Golf Manitoba's Provincial Women's Amateur Championship and Allan McDonald of Breezy Bend won the Provincial Men's Mid-Amateur championship at Minnedosa. Kartusch was plus four and finished six shots ahead of Jeri Lafleche of Niakwa. Cala Korman of Killarney finished fourth at plus 14. McDonald was minus 10 and two shots better than Drew Jones of Shilo. As for the other Shilo members - Jake Cullen was plus eight; Nolan Tutkaluk was plus nine; Braydon Nault and Brad Pardy were plus 10; Keaton Jameson and Chris Sitko were plus 21 and Trevor Dickie was plus 28. Ross Sheard of Brandon and Thomas Friesen of Wheat City were plus five. The final round of both the Women's Amateur and Men's Mid-Am were suspended Saturday due to bad weather and completed on Sunday.