The Pembina Valley Orioles and Altona Bisons both play home games tonight. The Orioles will meet the Winnipeg South Wolves at Arctic Field in Winkler and the Bisons will take on the St. James A's at Access Field. Pembina Valley and Altona are tied with the defending Manitoba Junior Baseball League champions for fourth place. The Orioles, Bisons and Giants have 5-5 records. 

The Winnipeg Goldeyes six-game losing streak came to an end Tuesday night at Shaw Park. The Fish scored six runs in the second inning and held on for a 7-5 victory over the Chicago Dogs. Winnipeg right fielder Max Murphy drilled his team leading seventh home run of the season in the second. Goldeyes third baseman Dayson Croes had a single and double and extended his hitting streak to 19 games. Croes is 32-79 (.405) with a homer and 16 rbi during his hitting streak.

For the second straight season, Providence University College, with its ‘Pilot Initiative’ program, has earned the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Community Service Award. Providence has now won the award for 2022-23 and previously in 2021-22. The CCAA’s Community Service Award, presented annually since 2000, recognizes a member institution that has successfully developed and administered a community relations program. The ‘Pilot Initiative’ targets student-athletes to empower them to serve local communities in need, teach the next generations of athletes and impact people around them. Providence Athletics believes in building up the complete athlete and looks forward to continuing to expand this initiative in the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC).

The B.C. Lions have signed veteran running back Kienan LaFrance after he was released by the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The 32-year-old Winnipeg native had 91 yards on 18 carries and hauled in 14 receptions for 97 yards in 43 regular season games with the Riders. The Lions open the 2023 CFL season against the Calgary Stampeders at McMahon Stadium Thursday night.