The Cartwright Twins will meet the defending champion Pilot Mound Pilots in the Border Baseball League's West Division final after both teams swept their respective best-of-three opening round series in two straight. Cartwright defeated Clearwater 14-1 and Pilot Mound shaded the Baldur Regals 9-8. The Pilots scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh on a bases loaded walk. The Morden Mud Hens downed the Carman Cardinals 6-2 in the opening game of their East Division semifinal. Game two goes tonight (6 p.m.) in Carman. The Altona Bisons shutout the Winkler Whips 2-0 at Access Field. That series is tied at one and the deciding third game is set for Thursday night in Winkler.

The Winnipeg Goldeyes opened their six-game homestand with a 3-2 loss to the American Association's East Division leading Chicago Dogs. David Washington drilled his 20th home run of the season for the Fish. With Max Murphy having hit 22 home runs so far in 2022, it marks the third time in franchise history the Goldeyes have multiple 20-home run hitters in the same year (1998, 2007).

Clara Peake of Binscarth is in a tie for 39th place and is the low Manitoban heading into round two of the 67th Canadian Junior Girls Championship at The Marshes Golf Club in Ottawa. Peake was five-over par 77 on Tuesday and trails co-leaders Madelin Boyd of Oshawa, Lucy Lin of Vancouver, Myranda Quinton of Burlington and Amy Seung Hyun Lee & Erin Lee of Langley by seven shots. Manitoba champion Addison Kartusch of Winnipeg opened with an eight-over par 80. Jeri Lafleche of Winnipeg was 82; Cala Korman of Killarney was 84 and Crystal Zamzow of Swan River was 88.

Former Winnipeg Blue Bomber quarterback Chris Streveler has signed with the New York Jets after working out for the NFL team Monday. Streveler won a Grey Cup with Winnipeg in 2019 but has since spent time south of the border with the Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens, and Miami Dolphins before joining the Jets.

Some prominent Canadian track and field athletes will not compete at the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England. Sprint star Andre De Grasse, who anchored Canada's 4-by-100 relay team to a gold medal at last week's world championships, is out, as is world decathlon silver medalist Pierce LePage. Sprinters Aaron Brown and Jerome Blake have also dropped out.