Boissevain won Softball Manitoba's Provincial U11 A championship Sunday at Buhler Park in Winnipeg. Boissevain defeated the Altona Angels 11-4 in the gold medal game. Boissevain went 4-0 in pool play on Friday and Saturday and then reeled off four straight wins in the playoffs on Sunday. 53 teams competed in the Provincials. 

The defending South West Baseball League champion Boissevain Centennials scored two runs in the bottom of the six and two more in the seventh and beat the Virden Oilers 4-3 Sunday afternoon. Skylar Canada had three hits and three rbi for the Centennials. A few hours later the Oilers bounced back from that loss and outscored the Wawanesa Brewers 8-6. The Deloraine Royals won a pair of road games Sunday. Mitch Olson and Eric Sorenson drove in three runs each as Deloraine held on for a 9-8 victory over Hamiota. The Red Sox made it interesting thanks to a four-run seventh inning. Justin Knight had grand slam home run for Hamiota. Kyle Breemersch drove in two of the Royals three seventh inning runs as Deloraine shaded Oak River 3-2. The Rivers Comets plated six runs in the first inning and tacked on five more in the second en route to a 13-3 win over the Rockets in Reston. Braeden Clarke had three hits and four rbi for the Comets. 

The Winnipeg Goldeyes five-game losing skid came to an end Sunday afternoon at Blue Cross Park. Jake McMurray homered for the Fish. Winnipeg starter Landen Bourassa allowed two runs on six hits over six inning and struck out seven. Fellow Canadians Ben Onyshko and Nick Trogrlic-Iverson combined to keep the RedHawks off the board for the remainder of the game.The Goldeyes have the day off and will open a three-game series against the Dogs in Chicago on Tuesday. 

The National Hockey League's 2023-24 season will come to an end tonight in Sunrise, Florida as the Panthers meet the Edmonton Oilers in the seventh and deciding game of the Stanley Cup final. Florida won the first three games of the series. Edmonton staved off elimination by winning the next three. The 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs are the only team in NHL history to rally from an 0-3 series deficit and win the Stanley Cup.