Neepawa Titans forward Hayden Stocks is a Manitoba Junior Hockey League Star of the Week. The 19-year-old Edmonton native has been a big contributor to the Titans success as of late with the team closing within two points of the fourth and final playoff position in the West Division standings. Over his last 11 games, Stocks has scored eight goals and nine assists after recording just eight points in his first 18 games of the season.

Two Winnipeggers were selected to attend Hockey Canada's National Junior Team Selection Camp. Goaltender Tyler Brennan who plays for the Prince George Cougars and Winnipeg Ice defenseman Carson Lambos are among the 29 players who earned an invitation to the selection camp which will be held December 9th-12th in Moncton. 

Sturgeon Heights and Steinbach Regional captured the Provincial AAAA high school varsity volleyball championships Monday night at the University of Manitoba's Investors Group Athletic Centre in Winnipeg. The Huskies defeated the Vincent Massey Trojans 22-25, 12-25, 25-20, 25-18, 15-10 in the girls final. The Sabres beat the St. Paul's Crusaders 25-23, 25-20, 24-26, 23-25, 16-14 in the boys final. 

Matt Dunstone and Abby Ackland won the DEKALB Superspiel Monday at the Morris Curling Club. Dunstone, along with lead Ryan Harnden, second, Colton Lott and third BJ Neufeld defeated Reid Carruthers 7-2 in the men's final. Ackland, Meghan Walter, Sara Oliver and Mackenzie Elias downed Nancy Martin of Regina 7-3 in the women's final. 

Manitoba champions Randy Neufeld has a 2-0 record and Terry Ursel is 1-1 at the 2022 Canadian Senior Curling Championships in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. 

Toronto Blue Jays right-hander Alek Manoah was named to the all-MLB first team for his breakout sophomore campaign. Manoah posted a 16-and-7 record with a 2.24 earned run average, good for fourth in the majors as he led the Jays to the post-season. He was also a finalist for the American League Cy Young Award and played in the All-Star Game in Los Angeles this past season.