The Provincial High School Baseball Championship begins today in Brandon. The Zone 4 champion Portage Collegiate Trojans will meet Birtle/Shoal Lake/Strathclair and William Morton of Gladstone. The Garden Valley Zodiacs, who got the wildcard spot for the Provincials, will face Steinbach Regional and Carberry/Cartwright/Baldur. The Stonewall Rams, Garden City Fighting Gophers and the Helen Betty Osborne Huskies are in Pool One while the host Vincent Massey Vikings, Boissevain/Wawanesa Broncos and McCreary/Ste. Rose Expos are in Pool Two. The top two teams in each pool advance to the quarterfinals. 

The Pilot Mound Pilots defeated the Virden Golden Bears 10-0 in Glenboro and qualified for the Provincial High School Fastpitch Championship that begins Friday in Brandon. The Carman/Miami Cougars are representing Zone 4.

The Pembina Valley Orioles suffered their first loss of the season Wednesday night in Morden. The defending Manitoba Junior Baseball League champion Elmwood Giants plated four runs in the top of the fourth inning and beat Pembina Valley 6-3. The Orioles are 3-1 and will play a doubleheader against the Carillon Sultans Sunday in Steinbach.

The Winnipeg Goldeyes swept a twinbill from the Cleburne Railroaders at Shaw Park. Logan Hill homered as the Fish won the opener 5-1. Winnipeg scored six runs in the bottom of the third inning and took the second game 10-6.

The Manitoba Men's Match Play Championship begins today at Quarry Oaks near Steinbach. Marco Trstenjak of Elmhurst, who won medalist honours at the qualifier in Carman this past Saturday, will meet Trent Robertson of Niakwa in the round of 32. The Women's and Senior Men's Match Play Championships begin Friday.

The University of Manitoba Bisons men's golf team is in a tie for 16th place after day one of the 2022 Canadian University/College Championships in Bromont, Quebec. The Bisons are 30 shots back of the first place University of British Columbia Thunderbirds. Stefan Lavallee was the low Bison as he fired an even par 72 and is 11th overall in the individual competition. Brent Ingram was 77, Connor Stewart was 80, Lachlan Allerton was 84 and Cole Peters was 85.