The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are still perfect. Zach Collaros threw touchdown passes to Rasheed Bailey and Dalton Schoen and backup quarterback Dru Brown sealed the win with a three-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter as the Bombers defeated the Edmonton Elks 24-10 at Commonwealth Stadium and improved to 7-0 on the season.
Team Manitoba finished the round robin with a 1-3 record at Baseball Canada’s Women’s Invitational Championship at Quarry Park in Stonewall. Manitoba lost 8-4 to B.C. and then won its round robin finale in dramatic fashion Friday night. Team Manitoba plated five runs in the bottom of the seventh inning and rallied for an 8-7 victory over Saskatchewan.
Luis Ramirez allowed four hits over seven innings and struck out seven as the Winnipeg Goldeyes downed the Gary SouthShore RailCats 5-2. Ramirez retired 12 of the final 14 batter he faced. Justin Thompson homered for the Fish who are six games over .500.
Defending champion Braxton Kuntz of Breezy Bend is minus eight and leads 2020 champion Marco Trstenjak of Elmhurst by six shots heading into today’s final round of the Provincial Men's Amateur Golf Championship at Elmhurst. shots. Evan Nachtigall of Wheat City was (74-75) is in a tie for 12th place at plus seven. Ryan McKean of Wheat City was (77-75) is plus 10; Scott Miner of Brandon (75-80) is plus 13; Ross Sheard of Wheat City (80-76) is plus 14; Nolan Tutkaluk of Shilo (81-77) is plus 16 and Brad Pardy of Shilo (79-80) is plus 17. 61 players made the cut which was plus 18. Ryden Hargreaves of Shilo (79-82) was plus 19; Ross Sheard of Wheat City was 80; Nolan Tutkaluk of Shilo was 81; Trevor Dickie of Shilo (94-84) was plus 36 and Glen Ford of Glenboro (88-96) was plus 42.
Cala Korman of Killarney fired a final round 11-over par 84 and finished in 70th place at the 108th Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship at Westmount Golf& Country Club in Kitchener, Ontario. Monet Chun of Richmond Hill, Ontario was even par 73 on Friday and won the National Championship by two shots over Alissa Xu.
The Winnipeg Jets have signed forward Pierre-Luc Dubois to a one-year contract worth $6 million. The 24-year-old native of Ste-Agathe-Des-Monts, Quebec had 28 goals and 32 assists in 81 games with the Jets last season. Winnipeg also agreed to terms with defenseman Johnathan Kovacevic on a three-year contract with an average annual value in the NHL of $766,000 and signed forward Jeff Malott to a two-year contract with an average annual value in the NHL of $762,500.